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|Hamill, Leo||Assault Craft Unit 1 (ACU 1)||BM 3||Fall of 1968||1966 – Sep 15, 1968||Served out of Coronado, CA to the Subic Bay, Philippines and then in Vietnam. With a Lt. Physer|
|Hastings, Joe||Assault Craft Unit 1 (ACU 1)||EN1||LCU||1993 – 1996||Same here looking for some of our crew members, and people I worked with to get in contact with. Lost touch with alot of people over the years.Ya still here in San Diego|
|Hastings, Joe||Assault Craft Unit 1 (ACU 1)||EN1||LCU||1985 – 1989||Ya looking for some of our crew members and people I worked with to get in contact with. Lost touch with alot of people over the years.We had a great crew!! Ya still here in San Diego 1635!!|
|Henderson, James||Assault Craft Unit 1 (ACU 1)||RMSN/E3||Lighterage Danang Annex||Sep 30, 1968 – Nov 30, 1968||LCU 1622 Radioman (and deckhand when needed) also painted the boat when needed. Everyone did most of the other rates when on watch.|
|Hill, Rich||Assault Craft Unit 1 (ACU 1)||GMG3||LCU - 1628 -1632 - 1635||1971 – Sep 1972||Great duty.......|
|Hill, Rich||Assault Craft Unit 1 (ACU 1)||GMG 3||1628, 1635||Sep 1971 – Sep 7, 1972||Looking for crew who served with me. Deployed to White Beach, Okinawa. Under Chief Donald S Hackler|
|Hines, Robert||Assault Craft Unit 1 (ACU 1)||RM2 Robert Hines||LCU 1666||Dec 7, 1984 – Apr 11, 1988||I am looking for QM3 George Clarke any one have any contact with him?|
|Hall, Manuel||Assault Craft Unit 2 (ACU 2)||Bmc||Lcu||Jan 2, 1961 – May 1, 1967||One of the best times during my career.was on the 1469,1468 & the 1608.|
|Harding, Mike||Assault Craft Unit 2 (ACU 2)||HT3||Desert Cove HT Shop||Jan 11, 1985 – Jan 11, 1987||this was a great first duty station|
|Harris, Kevin (Harryo)||Assault Craft Unit 2 (ACU 2)||EN3||LCM8-6 LCU1645||Dec 1981 – Apr 1984||Hey it's HarryO just searching for some people i served with!! and see what everyone has been up to.|
|Hart, Greg (Boats)||Assault Craft Unit 2 (ACU 2)||BM1(sw) - BMC(sw)||LCU 1645||Apr 1990 – 1994||Craftmaster. BMC(sw) Ret.|
|Harte, Oliver||Assault Craft Unit 2 (ACU 2)||E2 / EM2 (SW)||LCU||Mar 14, 2004 – Jun 25, 2005||Served as electrician aboard several landing crafts whiled stationed at ACU2|
|Hartke, Jason||Assault Craft Unit 2 (ACU 2)||EN3(SW)||LCU||1993 – 1997||First boat 1657, brought 1649 back from cuba,|
|Hawkins, James||Assault Craft Unit 2 (ACU 2)||GMG3||Armory||Jun 15, 1983 – Jun 16, 1985||I will never forget Chief Suarez, he is alive and well as can be expected.|
|Hier, Thomas||Assault Craft Unit 2 (ACU 2)||BM3||Lcm8||1987 – 1988|
|Howard, Lacy||Assault Craft Unit 2 (ACU 2)||BM3||Assault Craft Unit 2||Aug 1972 – May 29, 1975||I would like to connect with anyone I served with.|
|Huehn, Robert||Assault Craft Unit 2 (ACU 2)||EM2||Assault Craft||Dec 14, 1984 – Jun 1, 1986||Great Place to work and learn your trade and then some|
|Hynes, Rachel||Assault Craft Unit 2 (ACU 2)||YN3||Landing Craft||Jan 1981 – Sep 1985|
|Hanson, Chris||Assault Craft Unit 4 (ACU 4)||GSM3||Engineering||Jun 1, 1996 – Jun 1, 1999|
|Harper, Christopher||Assault Craft Unit 4 (ACU 4)||GSM2||MP||Dec 17, 2004 – Dec 17, 2007||Since i've been gone for awhile really miss the cowpens and the old crew. I hope all are doing well!!!|
|Hernandez, Daniel||Assault Craft Unit 4 (ACU 4)||HTFN||Maintenance (Bag Shop )||May 1988 – May 1993||To the crew of ACU 4 thanks for all the good times we had in 1988-1994.Stay strong & God Bless u All.From HTFN D. Hernandez. ( bag magots )|
|Hilmar, Shaun||Assault Craft Unit 4 (ACU 4)||GSM3||LCAC 11, 41||Jun 7, 1993 – Jun 7, 1997|
|Harper, Brooke||Assault Craft Unit 5 (ACU 5)||HT1||R-1||May 1988 – Oct 1990||Just missed ACU-5's Pre-Com by 2 weeks. All we had was 5 LCACs and one hangar. I was lucky to be a welder / sheetmetal monkey and not be assigned as a "Bag Maggot" sorry guys thats what they wanted to be called in the Bag shop. BZ to ACU-5|
|Hale, Thurman "buck" Or "t.d."||USS Dobbin (AD 3)||SF3RD||1944 –||I put this on for my father, who passed away. I only know he was on this ship during WW II.|
|Henry, Austin||USS Dobbin (AD 3)||seaman||baker||1934 –||My uncle was on this ship in the early 1930's. He went UA in Cuba and spent time at the Portsmouth Naval Prison. That's all I know about his service. He died in 1975.|
|Houts, Ernest Guy||USS Dobbin (AD 3)||Jun 30, 1941 – Mar 31, 1946||entered this entry for my grandfather, he passed away this past March.|
|Hale, Robert||USS Dixie (AD 14)||MLFN/ E3||ENGINEERING||Jan 24, 1961 – Sep 29, 1964|
|Hamel, Eugene W.||USS Dixie (AD 14)||Boatswain's Mate||destroyer tender||1941 – 1945|
|Hansen, James||USS Dixie (AD 14)||PO2 FT||7th fleet||May 1, 1942 – May 1, 1945||For Dad, 1941-1945 U S Navy, mostly serving on USS Dixie. Afterwards Chicago Police Sergeant! Loved the Navy, especially grateful to the Australians for their kindness. He never forgot. Led by example. Quite a guy!|
|Hanson, Carl||USS Dixie (AD 14)||Boiler Tender 2nd Class||Engineering||Oct 1948 – Oct 1952||Looking for Robert Flitner Boiler Tender 1st Class Looking for Steve Gatie Firemen|
|Hardy, Thomas||USS Dixie (AD 14)||Midshipman||Navy||1943 – 1945||This is my father.|
|Harold Judson Ward, Jud||USS Dixie (AD 14)||PO3 machinemate||R2 division||Apr 1965 – Oct 25, 1968||I will always remember the DIXIE, the guy's in repair division, the guys in the engine room forward and after engine room.Andrew Gee, Thomas Thrift, James Oakman, And the guys who lost their lives in the engine room.|
|Harris, Tony||USS Dixie (AD 14)||HT3||R-1||1978 – 1979||Hail to those who served,including fellow "Dixie Dirtbags"! Couldn't wait to muster out, but, always knew it was a great place to grow up. Many fond memories of good friends.|
|Hatton, Milton||USS Dixie (AD 14)||MS||s2||Jan 28, 1980 – Jun 20, 1982||25yrs later and still my mind drifts back to the days of hogan's burger flippers. mike,pete,kev,don and freddy i've got lots of pics from that time! - miss G sorry " it was me " that made the mess. to all of you.... THANKYOU !!!|
|Hatty, Joe||USS Dixie (AD 14)||LISN||COMCRUDESPAC||Dec 16, 1966 – Oct 10, 1968||Two of the best years of my life! I complained all the time I was in and cried when I left. I met a lot of great people, and learned a lot of great life lessons. I served on five differernt ships in less than two years with COMCRUDESPAC|
|Head, Brian||USS Dixie (AD 14)||STG 2||R-5||Jan 2, 1977 – Sep 1980|
|Heatherly, Harold||USS Dixie (AD 14)||seaman||Navy Tender||1952 – 1955||This is for my grandfather I wish I had known about this before he passed 11/6/15. If you served with Harold Heatherly Please contact me I would love to hear stories of him. Thank you|
|Henderson, Harry||USS Dixie (AD 14)||Lt||Medical||Jul 1976 – Jul 1977||I have fond memories of my year as the Dixie medical officer...interesting Wespac with great shipmates.|
|Hendricks, Dean||USS Dixie (AD 14)||RM2||Ops||Jun 1, 1958 – Jan 31, 1962||Hello fellow shipmates. The Dixie was a fun boat to be associated with. I made two cruises to westpac, and enjoyed being with my shipmates. There are great memories with the ship and crew.|
|Henry, Michael||USS Dixie (AD 14)||OM3||R-5||Nov 1967 – Nov 1970||I really like the times we spent at sea traveling between San Diego, Pearl Harbor, Subic bay, Yakuska, Japan, with a great week of R&R in Hong Kong. Also remember watching movies under the stars. But we worked hard in the Optical shop.|