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|Schmidt, John||USS Dixie (AD 14)||IC3||R2||Apr 1973 – Apr 1976|
|Schroeder, Jim||USS Dixie (AD 14)||ETN3||OE||Feb 1968 – Jun 1969||Great WestPac cruise to Subic and Hong Kong. Transferred to the USS Trucrun, DLGN-35 in June'69.|
|Scofield, Neal||USS Dixie (AD 14)||DK3||ASupply S-2||Sep 1955 – Jul 1957||Came aboard from Class "A" school as DKSA. Made WestPac cruise Jan`56 to Sept `56. Great ship, wish I could have served on her longer. I met several shipmates later at different duty stations.|
|Scoggins, Donald||USS Dixie (AD 14)||Mm3||Engineer Room||1964 – 1965||I was in the boiler room that exploded. I barely survived but By the grace of God. I have fond memories of some of my Service time|
|Seamands, Ed||USS Dixie (AD 14)||MR2||R2||Apr 1969 – Jan 1973||Looking for information on Dixie reunion?|
|Seamands, Ed||USS Dixie (AD 14)||MR2||R2||May 25, 1969 – Jan 25, 1973||Good times on the Dixie. Ran the grind shop for three years. Looking forward to the next Dixie reunion.|
|Shaffer, Preston||USS Dixie (AD 14)||IC2||Engineering||Jul 1967 – Jul 1970||Times, people, and places to remember, others to be forgotten.|
|Sheridan, Rick||USS Dixie (AD 14)||MM3||M division||Apr 1, 1965 – Jun 26, 1969||Had some good times, and some bad...Trying to reconnect with shipmates. Anyone heard from Robert Hansen MR3?|
|Shipman, Billy||USS Dixie (AD 14)||po3||S-1 supply||Mar 1, 1979 – Sep 10, 1981||i worked and had alot of fun with the men onboard the Dixie. Australia was wild!|
|Short, Tom||USS Dixie (AD 14)||SFM3||R1||Sep 10, 1970 – Apr 26, 1973||Spent 2 1/2 years aboard. Played soft ball for R1 and bowled in Subic bay for the Dixie. Had a great time aboard and we were in apan when the our conflict ended. Never forget the ramming of the Hong Kong Express.|
|Sibillia, Jim/stella||USS Dixie (AD 14)||GMGSN||3rd division||Jan 19, 1961 – Mar 1, 1963|
|Slabaugh, Darryl||USS Dixie (AD 14)||IM2||R5||Dec 23, 1968 – Oct 6, 1972||Many fond memories of WestPac cruises; the Typewriter Repair Shop; MIRCS Lab; The Watch Shop; The Optical Shop.|
|Sleipnes, Guy||USS Dixie (AD 14)||HM2||Medical||Jun 14, 1966 – Aug 6, 1968||I was on 1967 West Pac Cruise on Dixie. Medical Records tech and Pharmacy Tech.|
|Smith, Montgomery (Monty)||USS Dixie (AD 14)||OM3||R-5||Aug 1977 – Dec 1980||I remember the 8 and a half month deployment with 14 days of liberty (not counting Diego Garcia). And the yards in Long Beach grinding the deck and laying terrazo, what fun. I think I still have socks with tar in them. Cheers!|
|Smith, Denton / Smitty||USS Dixie (AD 14)||GMT-3||W-1||1962 – 1964||Made WesPac cruise , returned to states, sent to USNAF Okinawa until discharge 8/65|
|Smith, Ron||USS Dixie (AD 14)||EN/2||'A' Boat Shop||Oct 1971 – Feb 6, 1973|
|Smith, Robert||USS Dixie (AD 14)||mlfn||repair||Jul 1, 1978 – Feb 1, 1981||foundry, and P&E office. golden shellback, deago garcia, Marishass, the Aussies, long beach and Todd ship yard.|
|Smith, Ronald||USS Dixie (AD 14)||IC2||E||1954 – May 8, 1957||Would like to contact Orr, Stoddart, Adams, Matranga, Dennis|
|Smith, Douglas D||USS Dixie (AD 14)||SN||R3||Sep 1, 1956 – Apr 15, 1957||Hoping to touch base with any of the R3 gang|
|Smith, Richard||USS Dixie (AD 14)||PO2//DC||RI||Sep 15, 1967 – 1968|
|Smith, Tim||USS Dixie (AD 14)||HT3||R-1 11a/ 26a||Feb 1979 – Jun 1981|
|Smith Jr, Charles||USS Dixie (AD 14)||E-4||Supply||Nov 1977 – Dec 1980||Baker on board for a year and then I wasn't on board for the rest of time|
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|Snyder, Pete||USS Dixie (AD 14)||SEAMAN||supply||0000 – May 1968||Had a good time on the dixie good dixie burgers|
|Snyder, Gail||USS Dixie (AD 14)||SCPO EN||Repair||Sep 15, 1961 – Jan 31, 1962|
|Sovereign, Tom||USS Dixie (AD 14)||BT 3||B||Oct 1970 – Jul 12, 1974||Any BT's or MM's who were on the Big "D" , 1970 to 1974 give a shout. There are a few of us who still keep in contact. And yes it is true, Tim Cremeans is my brother in law!|
|Spang, Robert||USS Dixie (AD 14)||MR 3||R 2||Aug 27, 1972 –|
|Spooner, Keith||USS Dixie (AD 14)||DP3||S-6||Jun 20, 1980 – Jul 28, 1982||Loved the boat, didn't wanna leave her, had a great bunch of shipmates in our Div., And our Chief was the tops (Chief R. Sutton). Wish the government could have made her a floating museum, would have visited her atleast once a year. still miss her|
|Stafford, Everette||USS Dixie (AD 14)||Seaman 1st||2nd||1954 – 1955|
|Stahl, George||USS Dixie (AD 14)||BT2-E5||Engineering||Sep 15, 1959 – Jul 23, 1963||Boiler Operator Pacific Fleet San Diego Ca|
|Stephensn, Jerry||USS Dixie (AD 14)||BT2||B Division||1962 – 1963||Great Duty before being drafted to Nuke School. Worked in after hole. Remember, Stahl, Darby, Hoyt, Richards MM2. Would be great to hear from anyone. Retired BTC 1979, 12 active 10 Reserve|
|Stewart, Elmer||USS Dixie (AD 14)||PN3||Administration||Aug 1972 – May 1975|
|Storlie, Alton (Bill)||USS Dixie (AD 14)||EM1c(T)||V3||Jan 2, 1942 – 1945||This entry is my Father, who went by "Bill." He was a school teacher from S.D. when he enlisted in 1941. In the Navy, he was trained as an electrician and hired by Bonneville Power Administration when he left the Navy.|
|Stramella, Anthony||USS Dixie (AD 14)||ht||eng||Feb 4, 1975 –|
|Strand, Ralph (Redneck||USS Dixie (AD 14)||BTFN||Boiler Tech. aft fireroom||1973 –|
|Stromberg, Chris||USS Dixie (AD 14)||E5||R-1||1975 – 1979||Got out HT2 diver. Worked in sheetmetal and pipe shops. Ended up in dive locker working for Chiefs steve Miller and Lazinski. Don Harmon, Frito,Jeff Freemantle, Chip LeBlanc, Randy Curtis where r u guys? Westpac in 76, good times,great guys|
|Struckoff, Dean (STRUCK)||USS Dixie (AD 14)||HTFN||R-1 Sheetmetal 17A||Feb 1, 1981 – Jun 1, 1982|
|Sullivan, Ronold||USS Dixie (AD 14)||Fireman/e3||Boat Division||Nov 10, 1959 – Jan 6, 1961||I started out on the deck gang and became a boat coxswain and ran the liberty launches and the officers gig and switched to a fireman/engineman striker and then worked on the boats as a engineman...discharged as a E-5|
|Swann, Lee||USS Dixie (AD 14)||DC3||Engineering||Apr 15, 1952 – Sep 30, 1956||Re-enlisted on Dixie in Sasebo, Japan|
|Swann, Lee||USS Dixie (AD 14)||DC3||Engineering||Apr 15, 1952 – Sep 30, 1956||Looking for Dixie sailors 1952-1956|
|Sylvia, Rob||USS Dixie (AD 14)||LI 3||R-5||Oct 1977 – Jun 1980||Hey everyone! Good to see this site. Remember Diego Garcia? How many of you still have pieces of the wooden deck they gave away after overhaul in Long Beach?|