The table below contains the names of sailors who served aboard the USS Alfred A. Cunningham (DD 752). 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 20 crew members registered for the USS Alfred A. Cunningham (DD 752).
|Clayton, Bert||SN||Nov 22, 1948 – Mar 11, 1949||1st division||I am Bert's daughter, he passed away in 1990. I just wanted to know if anyone remembered him and any stories you could share.|
|Gray, Earl W||YN 3||Oct 25, 1950 – Mar 25, 1954||Engineering||Served approximately 9 months in Deck Force under Frank Burns and stood watches on Bridge. Transferred to Engineering Log Room for the remainder of time on board Cunningham DD 752.|
|Gilleland, Donald||GMG2||1955 – Sep 9, 1963||2nd|
|Knisely (Nicely), Glen||FP2||Jun 25, 1957 – Sep 24, 1957||R||Came aboard from DDR 808 A.A. Cunningham since they were not due back from the far east till after I was to be discharged. 8/19 went to sea for the shooting of the Burial At Sea of the movie "The Enemy Below".|
|Cheever, Jim||RADIOMAN||1961 – 1962||Operations||Radioman class A to the Cunningham.. transferred to COMCRUDESPAC Staff...on to Pensacola then to Spain..discharged with disability sustained in auto crash... 65 and still going..|
|Robertson, Dave||RM2||Jan 1961 – Dec 1963||C|
|Harris, Perry||fn||Oct 15, 1961 – Aug 19, 1964||B||spent over 3 years in forward fire room as a snipe. tough duty but satisfying overall. taught me what real work was. 50 years later no regrets|
|Robinson, Richard ( Robbie )||FN shipfitter||Nov 20, 1961 – Nov 20, 1963||R division shipfitter shop||I started out on the A.A. as a deck hand but soon transferred to the Ship fitter shop under Chief Sypel and stayed there for the rest of my tour in the Navy. I became close to the other guys and became real friends|
|Smith, David||ETR3||Mar 1962 – Aug 1963||O||Anyone remember when we went into dry dock after coming back from wespac in the summer of 63|
|Keeler, Kenneth (Wheels)||QM3||Mar 1963 – 1964||C div||Has anyone ever heard from Ambito? The chief QM|
|Gentile, John||etr2||Nov 1965 – Sep 1967||O||Great Ship. Great Crew. Remembering the late, great Mike Tappan.|
|Pickens, Jim||Seaman||1966 – 1968||1st and 3rd||Hello, Trying to find any Navy personnel that may have served during 66-1968, on the USS Cunningham w/ Jim Pickens. Sadly, Mr. Pickens lost his battle w/ cancer on 5/5/2002). ANY Information would be greatly appreciated.|
|Crockett, David||seaman||Jun 1966 – Jan 1967||1ST AND 3RD||LOOKING FOR JIM PICKENS AND OTHER CREW MEMBERS|
|Hicks, Michael||QM 3||Dec 25, 1968 – Jul 15, 1971||Operations||I just finished up my Bachelors of Art in Cultural Anthropology. I was on the 40 year fast track|
|Robles, Rey||seaman||Dec 28, 1968 – Feb 20, 1971||1ST DIV.||I was part of the crew that took the last WESPAC of 1969-70 in Vietnam before the Alfey was decommission in Feb of 1971.It would be nice to hear from the old gang.Fire for effect (1) ard of E-mail to me & lets chat.|
|White, James||FN||1969 – 1971||M||WORKED IN AFT ENGINE ROOM|
|Hanson, Alan||SA||Apr 1969 – Apr 1971||Boatswain Mate|
|Turner, Jim||stg/seaman||Oct 1969 – Oct 1969||weapons sonar||I was a young blonde sonarman that came aboard for the last westpac & stayed through decomissioning. Am living in seattle wa usa. Would love to say hi to anyone.|
|Cantwell, David (Chunky)||ICFN||1970 – Feb 1971||R Div||Served on board during the Midshipman's cruise.|
|Seagondollar, Mark||ETN3||1970 – 1971||Electronics|
There are currently no planned reunions.