The table below contains the names of sailors who served aboard the USS Hamul (AD 20). 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 29 crew members registered for the USS Hamul (AD 20).
|Lorentz, Roy||FC||1941 – 1943||ON BOARD COMMISSIONING THROUGH BERMUDA,WAS FIREMAN,LEFT SHIP AS BGMSTR 3RD CLASS|
|Servis, Robert, Bobby, Bob||Feb 1, 1943 –||Bob was a gunner mate on the USS Hamul during WW II. I want to let his shipmate know that he peacfully passed away on 2-26-07.|
|Snyder, Benjamin F.||Lieutenant||May 7, 1944 – Feb 6, 1946||USS Task Force, commander service div 104 pac fleet||My dad served on the Hamul from May '44 through Jan '46. He spoke about typhoons, POWS, officers, enlisted men, He also served on the Mackinac in '43-'44 . His name is Benjamin F. Snyder|
|Boustead, Chuck||TM/2||Jul 1944 – Apr 1946||6||Joined the Hamul in Bermuda '44. Left Hamul from Jacksonville FLA. '46|
|Hedrick, Fred||S1C||1945 – 1946||My father served on the Hamul. He passed away in 1982 from ALS. He did not talk much about his service. He did tell one story about spending a night in a cave on Okinawa during a typhoon|
|McIntyre, Harvey D. "Tex"||MM 3rd Class||Jan 1, 1945 – Feb 1946||6||My dad left Gravesend Bay NY went thru Panama Canal to Pearl Harbor. His diary list all the ships serviced during WWII and their Number. He also has a daily account of events until Nov. 1945 in Okinawa. He died in 1976.|
|Small, Arthur||PHM 3||Jan 1947 – Aug 1949||H|
|Peterson, Dale||Radioman||1948 – 1952||Radio Room\Codes||Was working in radio room when news of the outbreak of Korean War was received.|
|Wilson, Cecil Edward||DECK HAND||1949 – 1951||I'm Cecil's neice and found this website and thought I'd let his shipmates know that he passed away in 1983|
|Wootton, William||ET 2||Nov 1950 – Feb 1983||Repair||I went aboard as a seaman & left as an ET 2..very good experiances..specialized on fire control radar.|
|McNaught, Dennis "mac"||MM 2 SALVAGE DIVER||1954 – 1957|
|Fister, Richard||Seaman first class||1954 – 1956||idk|
|Cox, Donald G||EMFN||Oct 1954 – Nov 1957||ship electricion|
|Connolly, Bernie||SK2||Oct 15, 1955 – Dec 29, 1956||S Division||Looking for any shipmate on the Hamul Ad20 from 1955-1557|
|Marquitz, Anthony (Tony)||RMSN||1956 – 1957|
|McCauley, John||RM3||1956 – 1956||OPERATIONS||ENJOYED MY TIME ABOARD HAMUL. I WAS SENT THERE TO LONG BEACH CA TO AWAIT DISCHARGE FROM NAVAL RADIO STATION GUAM, MI WHICH I HAD FINISHED 18 MONTHS THERE. NICE RADIO GANG AND ONLY SPENT 6 MONTHS AND WAS DISCARGED.|
|Patrick, Pat||DM1||Jun 1956 – Apr 1958||R-2||I worked in the blueprint shop. Division Officer was CWO Reece I was a DM3 at the time. When I left the Hamul I bought Mr Reece's 49 Chevy and drove it to Pensacola for shore duty.|
|Bach, Jake||ML2||Oct 12, 1956 – Oct 20, 1957||Repair 5||transfered to the Hamul from the Bryce Canyon. Would really like to hear from any of the guys in the foundry.|
|Ball, Billy||E-3||1957 – Sep 1960||R-2||I left the Hamul as a MR2 and returned to the Navy retiring in 1978 as MRCM. I have many fond memories of the Hamul and had the pleasure of serving again with some of the old crew. Captain Combs was my best CO I had.|
|Drye, Tim||IC-2||Jun 18, 1958 – Jun 9, 1962||E Division||Served on the Hamul from !959-1962 in the IC room.|
|Andrew, Jackson||TEYN2||1959 – 1959||Admin||Postal Clerk.|
|Eno, Bill||1959 – 1961||M||Hello to all.|
|Campbell, Murry Reid||1960 – Jun 9, 1962||Seaman||Went to the Hamul from Boot Camp. When the Hamul was decommisioned I went to the Uss Isle Royale and stayed until I was discharged in 1964.|
|Perham, Don (Nub)||E5||1960 – 1962||IC||Decommissioned Hamul and went to USS Isle Royal. Discharged in 1963|
|Olvera, Albert||RD3||1960 – 1961||OI||Good Old ship|
|Collins, James Martin||SEAMAN||Nov 15, 1960 – Sep 20, 1962||Personnel--Deck Hand||I was on the Hamul when it was decommissioned and the Isle Royale(AD29) replaced her. My service was over on Mar. 25, 1964|
|Brown, Henry||BT2||Feb 15, 1961 – Jun 15, 1962||B||I help decommission this ship|
|Lacheney, Curley||SN||Mar 1961 – Jun 9, 1962||1st||HAMUL WAS MY FIRST SHIP. I ENDED UP SPENDING 31 YEARS IN THE USN AND SHE WAS QUITE AN EXPERIENCE. I HELPED DECOMMISSION HER AND COMMISSION THE ISLE ROYALE.|
|Ray, Harry The Fox||Seaman||Apr 20, 1961 – Aug 23, 1962||First||I Went to Hamul from boot camp help put isle royale AD 29|
There are currently no planned reunions.