The table below contains the names of sailors who served aboard the USS New (DD 818). 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 26 crew members registered for the USS New (DD 818).
|Howard, Maurice [mc]||s/m1st class||Apr 4, 1948 – Apr 1, 1952||2nd. div.deck force|
|Massery, Richard||STOREKEEPER 3RD.||Feb 1951 – Sep 1953||Supply|
|Cook, Jim||RADIOMAN||Jan 1, 1960 – Sep 11, 1961|
|Collins, Jim||CS2||Jun 9, 1960 – Feb 6, 1965||Supply||Came aboard in time to leave for Cuba on deck force, ended being sent to messcooking , ended up in Galley , never left except to go to shore duty in 1965, Loved every minute aboard if I could have I would have stayed 20|
|Haynes, Gus E Haynes||QM1||Aug 15, 1960 – Sep 10, 1961||OC Leading Quartermaster||Was sent aboard especially for the Solant Amity II cruise,but I enjoyed evry minute I was on board.Would likr to know the whereabouts of SM1 Flocken,SM3 James Monroe Ingrham.If anyone knows them .|
|Deer, John Or Jack||rm2||Feb 14, 1961 – Feb 23, 1963||communications||enjoyed my two years on new. many good friends and always at sea.|
|Gordon, Jr, Vernon||SH 3||Mar 1, 1964 – Aug 18, 1964||SUPPLY||I MADE THE NORTH ATLATIC CRUISE IN THE SUMMER OF "64. HOLLAND, GERMANY, NORWAY AND ENGLAND. GREAT EXPERIENCE.|
|Nash, Larry||IC3||Aug 25, 1964 – Feb 8, 1966||E||Best day of my life when my enlistment was up and I walked off this ship as a civilian again.|
|Wolfe, Robert||EM3||Jun 7, 1965 – Jun 17, 1967||R|
|Smith, Ervin||Seaman||1966 – 1969||idk|
|Breen, Robert F./the Flying Hippie||BOILERMAN3||Aug 12, 1966 – Oct 30, 1969|
|Lombardi, John/lom||E4 BM||Oct 10, 1970 – Jul 10, 1971|
|New, Jim||MM3||Nov 10, 1970 –||M Division||The "Newboat" was a special experience that I wouldn't trade for the world but would never do it again. There were special friendships formed that will never be forgotten. We crossed into the Arctic circle on August 3.|
|Bainter, Bruce||MR3 to MR2 (Turned down MR2)||Dec 31, 1971 – Jan 26, 1973||Machine / Electrical Shop||I cant remember which ship I was on when liberty was canciled in St. John or St. Thomas and we were sent to Vietnam. Also would like the date we crossed the Artic Circle on a North Atlantic cruise towars the end of 72-73|
|Rudolph, Nolan / "rudy"||E-5 / ELECTRICIAN\'S MATE||1972 – Jan 1976|
|Callagy, Tom||E-3||May 1, 1972 – 1974||Sonar||The best friends in the world, the worst possible boat. Saw some great places though. Loved the fantail at night. A billion stars & great laughs.|
|Cheatwood, Stephen||QM3||Jun 1972 – Dec 1975||NX|
|Paris, Kenneth||smsn||Jun 1972 – Aug 1975||signalmen|
|Nelson, Leo (Mickey)||Bt3||Oct 30, 1972 – Jul 30, 1976||Boilers||One of the best ships in my storied career|
|Coleman, Jim||BM3||Feb 1973 – Oct 1975||1st Division|
|Krech, Jesse||mr2||Dec 1973 – Feb 1975||engr and hull group||love it...stayed at sea all the time|
|Vandel, Richard||machinest mate||Jan 29, 1974 – Jan 29, 1976||bravo 4|
|Dreps, Jack||ETN3||Oct 1974 – Jul 1976||OE||Decomm Crew|
|Anstey, Garry||EMFN||Feb 1975 – Jul 1976||Engineering||My best memories were the Golden shellback initiation and the Monsoon storm in the Indian Ocean.|
|Fortman, Ed||e3||Feb 1976 – Jun 1976||a gang||wasnt on long then ship was decommisioned|
|Shackford, Stephen (Shack)||BTFA||Apr 1976 – Aug 1976||#2 BOILER ROOM|
There are currently no planned reunions.