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USS Mitscher (DDG 35) Crew List

The table below contains the names of sailors who served aboard the USS Mitscher (DDG 35). Please keep in mind that this list does only include records of people who submitted their information for publication on this website. If you also served aboard and you remember one of the people below you can click on the name to send an email to the respective sailor. Would you like to have such a crew list on your website?

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There are 189 crew members registered for the USS Mitscher (DDG 35).

Select the period (starting by the reporting year): precomm – 1968 | 1969 – 1971 | 1972 – 1974 | 1975 – now

NameRank/RatePeriodDivisionRemarks/Photo
Roslevich, Justin M. "Rosey"STG21975 – 19784thCame on in Civitaveccia, Italy and found a new Sounding & Security had flooded the forward sonar compt. w/ salt water. Took early decom cut when Skip dropped the "load" on the ASROC deck and I almost killed him.a week later.
Price, DonHM21975 – 1977MedicalGreat ship and crew. I remember HMC Johnson well. He made me paint Sick Bay red and yellow so he would feel like he was still a Marine Corp "Doc". Still chuckle over that.
McAdam, Jeffrey ''mac Bulba''BT3Jan 1975 – Mar 1978B -From high school to the Mighty Mitz...I hear there are no more BT'S..all gas turbine and nukes now. Drop me a line sometime! Old friends and new! ''MAC''
Taylor, David A.BT-2Jan 4, 1975 – Mar 21, 1978BMits was overseas when I received my orders, left the states outta High School, Went to the Med,Didn't Know anyone HATED IT! I met Jeff "The Bulba" McAdam, We became friends and still are! Along with all the rest !
Suydam, William BeanMM3Jan 5, 1975 – May 1, 1978mHello to all, saw this website and thought it might be interesting to see if some of my old shipmates would be on here...crazy memories of that time...
Abels, Kerwine2Feb 1, 1975 – Jul 1975BSI was a young crazy kid while on board an got into lots of mischief, sure enjoy the med cruise an hey how about that man overboard drill
Dow, TomCTOSNMay 1975 – Dec 1975DID THE '75 MED CRUISE AS A T.A.D. FROM CINCLANTFLT
Philip C Tucker, TuckCTR3May 1975 – Dec 1975NAVSECGRULooking for Old Shipmates
Durham, JosephETR3May 8, 1975 – Mar 9, 1978OEGot to see a different part of the world. Had many great, unforgettable experiences. Learned a lot.
Friday, DavidRM2Jun 1975 – Jun 1, 1978OC
Harrold, ClintonE2Jul 5, 1975 – Feb 13, 1977Navigation
Colboch, KimFTM3 FTM2 Jul 10, 1975 – Apr 28, 19783RDworked 48 radar with chuck davis blew ships whistle using shotline from 02 level cruising through devils triangle. steered many nights in after steering and was asroc rover.
Rutherford, Walter (Rut)MM3Jul 20, 1975 – Oct 20, 1977Engineering & A GangMiss the good ole days. The Jolly Roger Bar in Norfolk and getting my uniforms tailored at Marys on the strip. Bar fights with the Marines.....fun fun fun
Averill, TerryMMCSep 2, 1975 – Jan 2, 1977M-Div.worked in A-div and M-div
Walton, Robert EGMT1Oct 12, 1975 – Apr 28, 1976ASInteresting ship and a very brief but exciting tour of duty.
Burge, StephenETR2Oct 24, 1975 – Jul 1, 1978OE
Campbell, StevenE3Dec 1975 – Aug 19771st - Weapons
Campbell, StevenE3Dec 1975 – 19771sthey all
Jeffrey, DavidIC21976 – 1978EGreat Ship, Great Crew. Miss them all.
Morgan, James C.BM31976 – 1978Weapons-Deck ForceHello to my great friend Rod Shea.What a great ship the Mitscher was.I will always remember her and the friends i mqde there.
Oliver, DonnyIC21976 – 1978E
Irving, Johncttc1976 – 1977communications
Ciarlante, MichaelEM31976 – 1978Engineeringcontact me at MCiarlante@live.com
Frigillana, Pete MichaelEM11976 – 1978EGreat Ship . . . Wonderful crew!
Shea, RodericBM3Jan 1976 – Jun 1978Weapons 1stOnce my time was served and over with, did I realize it was a good time! Hello to Cheno Morgan, may the wind be at your back forever.
Matasic, ChuckLTFeb 1, 1976 – Feb 1, 1978Comm / NavigatorHello to all --- came across this and on the web and it brought back some nice memories. We had a lot more fun (than we thought we were having at the time) Best to all Mitcher Men
Tolbard, BlairMM2Mar 1976 – Aug 1978MGreat crew.
Johnson, RushHMCMay 1976 – Nov 1977Medical
Foster, WilliamMay 1, 1976 – Sep 1, 1978Deckneed to find an old shipmate Steve Campbell of Vermont
Frailing, RandallETN-2May 12, 1976 – Nov 9, 1977ET
Popiel, KevinE2/ MMJun 1976 – Feb 1977M Divisionhad a blast on the Med cruise If you remember me leave me a message at Harleydude997 @aol.com hope to.connect with some of my old shipmates
Carmean, James R.GMG2Jun 3, 1976 – May 30, 19782nd
Strickland, RandyMM2/MM1Jun 3, 1976 – Jun 1, 1978MWhen I first reported aboard, was assigned to EVAP Gang, stood watches in the Fire Rooms. Then was assigned to Bravo 4 (After Engine Room). Great times and a great crew!
Tatti, RonSeamen STG SonarJun 30, 1976 – Dec 21, 1977Weapons/Sonar?Asroc missilesStill looking for Jim Evans, already emailed Rosie Roslovich (must have moved on, no response) I try and see Mark Reynolds on a fairley regular basis. Tim Taylor , spoke to Ron Cockrill and Dave Markham. See Ya
Deffenbaugh, Dale "the Dif"FM2Aug 20, 1976 – Jul 29, 1977ElectriciansHey to all the souls that served on the Mitz. We had some good times. I had no idea the old ship was decomm'd the year after I left, was just thinking about her and decided to look it up. Best wishes to all, hope life has been good!!!!
Borges, RobertSONAR TECH 2Sep 1, 1976 – Feb 4, 1977sonarsonar tech.names remembered,rosy roslevich,lou bremmer,and dave from zansville ohio
Nikischer, FrankE4Nov 1976 – Jun 1978E DivisionMiss everyone. When is the next reunion?
Bridges, GeorgeEM2Dec 1976 – Jan 1978EMy second ship and the one I always remember as being the most fun. Great crew, especially the "Snipes"!!
Artis, Robert/bobFTM31977 – 1978weps48 radar
Norris, JosephETCS1977 – 1978OELong retired, living in Wyoming and loving it.
Foster, MarkBTFN1977 – 1978BI only served a short time before I was transferred due to decommisioning of the ship. First 90 days was spent on the mess decks. Remember the good times going to Ft. Lauderdale. E-mail is Free_Foster@yahoo.com.
Baker, RichardBT21977 – 1978B/ENG
Brady, JohnBTFNJan 1977 – Jun 1, 1978
Slater, CarltonBTFNFeb 1977 – Jun 1, 1977This was a great ship even though didn't spend much time before decommissioning her.
Backover, RobertOSSNFeb 15, 1977 – May 1978OIGood times on the Mitch. First ship assignment out of Greatlakes A School. Was in Yorktown for the ordinance unload and decom process.
Zbegner, DanFTM3Apr 30, 1977 – Jun 1, 19783RDAnybody heard from Mike Dumas, Ed Snyder, Tim Walker?
Galloway, RussellFireman ApprenticeAug 6, 1977 – May 1978R DivisionFrom boot camp to the Mitz, thanks to the whole crew for making me feel like family from day one. Had a great time what little there was before decommissioning. Loved every minute of it.
McKinney, ScottE2Sep 1977 – May 1978BM
Nikischer, FrankEM3Nov 1977 – Jun 1978EMiss all the guys and the good times we had....expecially once we hit port.
Casey, Paul profile iconRM1Nov 30, 1977 – Jun 1, 1978OCPart of de-commissioning crew, and the last man to berth on the ship, the night before the ceremony.
Greer, RickMMFNMar 11, 1978 – Mar 1, 1979EngineeringJust remembering a better time

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