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|Daniels, Dale||Assault Craft Unit 1 (ACU 1)||RM2||LCU & Staff||Jun 1970 – Feb 1973||Initially assigned to LCU-1633, BMC Broyles was Chief of Boat, EN1 Zobel engineman, QM2 Beckstrom navigator. Staff radioman Coronado then 6- month deployment to Subic Bay as barracks Master at Arms. Public Affairs PO.|
|Danley, John||Assault Craft Unit 1 (ACU 1)||Bm3||Acu 1 great lakes||Apr 1985 – 1990|
|Dean Jr, Douglas||Assault Craft Unit 1 (ACU 1)||EN3||Assault Crarft Unit 1||Jul 22, 1969 – Feb 1, 1971||I came aboard in July 69 from the LST's operating in Vietnam and was assigned to the engine shop for a few months while I was going through a series of hearing tests. Next stop Barracks Master-At-Arms Great outfit!|
|Dohr, Donald||Assault Craft Unit 1 (ACU 1)||RMC||Landing Craft Utillity||Apr 1, 1980 – Jun 1983||I completed two WestPac Tours. 1633, and 1652. I retired as RMC in 1999 from NavResCen Rochester, NY. I got into Information Systems Technology. Serving at ACU-1 was the best tour of my career.|
|Dougherty, Lance||Assault Craft Unit 1 (ACU 1)||E-5/BM2||LCU-1624, 1632||Jan 1995 – Oct 1998||Chief Van, BM1 Jeff Buckner. Had a great time serving with you and the crews of the boats. Look forward to talking with you guys.|
|Dudkowski, Michael/ski||Assault Craft Unit 1 (ACU 1)||qmsn||Landing Craft||Aug 1976 – Apr 1978|
|Da Silva, James||Assault Craft Unit 2 (ACU 2)||SM2 (SW/AW) - SM1 (SW/AW)||LCU-1649, LCU-1653||Sep 1998 – Jun 2001||Signalman - Went on 2 deployments with the Nassau ARG during this time frame. Part of Operation Allied Force, Joint Forge, and KFOR.|
|Davenport, David||Assault Craft Unit 2 (ACU 2)||PN3||X-DIV||Jun 1965 – Aug 1966||Looking to connect with old shipmates.|
|Davis, Dan||Assault Craft Unit 2 (ACU 2)||rm3||acu-2 lcu 1658||1971 – 1973||I was the radioman on lcu 1658 in 72 and 73,|
|Deitz, Emerson||Assault Craft Unit 2 (ACU 2)||QM3||Ops: Navigation - Radio - Signaling||Nov 1, 1979 – Jan 1, 1982||LCU 1643 and others. Great duty station.|
|Demeyer, Jerry||Assault Craft Unit 2 (ACU 2)||RM2||OPS||Sep 19, 1972 – Sep 21, 1973||Best duty statiion I was ever stationed at. Had the best boat Captain Chief Hollowell|
|Dereda, Tommy||Assault Craft Unit 2 (ACU 2)||BMSN||LCM-8'S #22||Sep 15, 1974 – Aug 18, 1977||Made a couple of med cruises while stationed there , just looking to see how many of my friends are still here , living|
|Derossett, John||Assault Craft Unit 2 (ACU 2)||ENFN||LCU||Mar 15, 1985 – Dec 15, 1988||I was at ACUS from about March 1985 through December 1988. I was in the LCU division, and then CHENG on the 8 boats. LCU's were 1661, 1643 and 1654.|
|Dirting, Darin||Assault Craft Unit 4 (ACU 4)||YN1||ADMIN||1999 – 2000|
|Day, Roger||Assault Craft Unit 5 (ACU 5)||EN2 (SW)||Ops||Dec 1984 – Apr 15, 1988||Moved the unit from panama city, fl to camp Pendleton then Det Alpha west pac 87. changed patches from Go Gator Express to Swift Intruders in 86. lol and missed AALC days by 2 weeks|
|Deberry, Bill||USS Dobbin (AD 3)||SHIPFITTER||Dec 7, 1941 –||Entered on behalf of our Dad who died on January 8. 1996. He was our hero! Janet and Carol Ann DeBerry|
|Dodge, Jesse K.||USS Dobbin (AD 3)||CDM||Engineering Officer||1941 – 1943||This is added for my dad who was on the USS Dobbin on the morning of Dec 7th. This is in rememberance of him. I have a copy of the Dobbin-eye ships newspaper from Dec 6th. He passed away in 1967 in Seattle at the age of 67.|
|Doud, Richard||USS Dobbin (AD 3)||COX||seaman||Nov 1, 1945 – Oct 1, 1946||I am Richard's daughter. I would like to know any information about the time he served aboard the USS Dobbin.|
|Drane, Tom||USS Dobbin (AD 3)||Radioman||Unknown||Dec 7, 1941 –||Posted On behalf of Don Drane, Radioman, onbord on 12/7/41. He passed on a while ago.|
|Dahlke, Ted||USS Dixie (AD 14)||Machinist Mate 3rd Class||M Division||Sep 1949 – Feb 19, 1953||Wouldn't mind getting a hold of those aboard from 1949 to 1953.|
|Dale, Ernie||USS Dixie (AD 14)||MM3||M-Div Fwd Engine Room / Evaporators / A-Gang||1965 – 1967||Was in the Fwd. Engine Room when the DA tank exploded and we lost some great shipmates my they RIP. Had a lot of interesting times and learned a lot about life for being a kid under the age of 21. TJ Mexico - a blast!|
|Daniels, Ned||USS Dixie (AD 14)||R5||1976 – 1980||Just re-registering|
|Darby, Bruce||USS Dixie (AD 14)||E2||2nd Div||May 1976 – Jan 1978||Step aboard the Dixie a month before a West PAC and went to Japan, Hong Kong and the Philippines. Made a stop in Guam to clean up the mess from Hurricane Pamela. Enjoyed my time on the Dixie with great friends.|
|David, Kelly||USS Dixie (AD 14)||MM2||M||May 8, 1968 – Aug 5, 1972||Great time in my life. Ologapo City RPI. Made 3 WestPacs. Worked down in the forward hole (#1 Engine Room).|
|Davis, Paul||USS Dixie (AD 14)||HTFM||R2||Jun 1973 – Nov 24, 1976||I spent my time aboard in the Pipe Shop. Some of you may know me as Fruit Loops, a name given to me by Robert Cuba (also known as Buba).|
|Dawson, Jim||USS Dixie (AD 14)||HT1(DV)||R-1 Sheetmail Shop Shop / Diving Locker||1966 – 1969||E-4 to E-6, Diving School, the enjoyable years in the Diving Locker. 3 WESTPAC's What more can I say!|
|Day, Terry||USS Dixie (AD 14)||MR2||Valve Shop||May 1, 1973 – Mar 6, 1974||Great memories from San Diego|
|Deaton, Stephen||USS Dixie (AD 14)||DP2||S-6||Mar 1976 – Sep 5, 1979||I was pleased to see that a few others from S-6 were already on the crews list. The west-PAC in 76 was the time of my life, thanks to the friends and members on board. I truly miss those days.|
|Deaton, Joseph||USS Dixie (AD 14)||HT1||R1 Weld Shop||1980 – 1982||Many times I wish I have stayed in touch with all my friends. too many memories. being a shell back was Great.|
|Deitzler, Ed (Deitz)||USS Dixie (AD 14)||GMT3 / GMT2||W-1||Dec 1962 – Dec 1963||This was my first ship on the west coast and my last being associated with the tin can Navy. After this it was all bird farms.|
|Dejesus, Rafael Aka Dj||USS Dixie (AD 14)||SK3||Supply Department||May 1975 – Oct 17, 1977||It was great duty while onboard. Had to stop in Guam for hurricane relief while heading on our West pack tour.|
|DeKemper, Carl||USS Dixie (AD 14)||PM3||R-1, Pattern Shop, 64A||Nov 1979 – Dec 1980||Swapped onto the Dixie in Pearl harbor from the Bryce Canyon, AD-36. Fond memories of WESTPAC and working long hours while at Diego Garcia.|
|Delozier, Norman||USS Dixie (AD 14)||MMFN||R-2||Mar 1973 – Aug 1977||I was in the valve shop but spent a lot of time in the pipe shop with HTFN Parker I think his nickname was Pappy and I do remember a lot of people from that ship loved the west-packs.|
|Deming, Brian Deming||USS Dixie (AD 14)||BM3||DECK 2ND||Mar 9, 1966 – Jun 3, 1968||HEY SWABBYS' HAD GREAT TIMES WELL MOST OF THE TIME/ STILL HAVE DIXIES PIC ON WALL. IF CHUCK COATS OR RICH LONG OUT THERE DROP A LINE ALSO TOM OR ANY ONE LOVE TO HERE FROM PAUL LANE AND HIS WIFE SHERRY FROM ENG ROOM OUR NIEBOR CHULA VISTA.|
|Denes, James||USS Dixie (AD 14)||E4||Sheet metal shop||1976 – 1978|
|Derryberry, Jerry||USS Dixie (AD 14)||MMFN||M Division||1963 – 1963||Doug Nelson from ?Jordan? Montana|
|Desiano, Philip||USS Dixie (AD 14)||Hull Tech (HT) 3rd & 2nd Class Petty Officer||R-1||Mar 6, 1973 – Apr 7, 1977||The 4yrs 4 months and 7days I spent on Dixie were the best experience in my life. The friends I made during that time will always be remember for life. Thanks for the memories.|
|Dickerman, Jerrold||USS Dixie (AD 14)||po3||R2||1972 – 1974||served 1970/1974 on board AD14 Looking for Bob Smithers or anyone associated with IM's or OM's|
|Dinwiddie, Chester||USS Dixie (AD 14)||GMG3||1st division||1963 – 1966|
|Dobbs Jr, Billy||USS Dixie (AD 14)||MM3||A Div then Evaporator||Aug 1973 – May 1975||Had a Great WesPac tour with a Great bunch of Sailors|