The table below contains the names of sailors who served aboard the USS Tidewater (AD 31). 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 28 crew members registered for the USS Tidewater (AD 31).
|Webb, Howard||ICFN||Nov 1955 – Jul 1959||E|
|Funk, Dave||FT2, passed FT1 tests||1956 – Jan 31, 1959||R-5||Except for those I trained before I left, I was the only one on the East Coast (outside of the shipyards) for repairing of the Power Drive Amplifiers, .|
|Snyder, William (Bill)||Seaman first class||Feb 1956 – Aug 15, 1956||Yeoman||List of crew members requestedwwho was the gunnery officer - a former CPO beforewar|
|Romano, Robert (Bob)||DC 3rd class||1957 – May 1, 1959||R Division|
|Gimlich, Earl||YN3||1957 – Nov 1958||Captain 's Office||Med. cruise|
|Binns, Joe||ET 2||1959 – 1962||R-3|
|Rocap, Barry||sn||Dec 27, 1959 – Mar 19, 1960||ships service||Assigned to tidewater right out of bootcamp. Transfered to Portsmouth naval hospital with appendicitis in march 1960 and missed the med cruise|
|Richard, Clarence "rich"||E4||Jan 1960 – Sep 5, 1963||R2||Worked in light and heavy machine shop. Made the 1960 and 1962 Med Cruises.|
|Worrall, Phil||ETN3||Sep 3, 1961 – May 15, 1963||R-3||I would like to determine the complete deployment history (dates for departures and arrivals, port destinations, etc.) during my tour aboard, particularly the various huricane, Caribbean and Florida deployments.|
|Sherwood, Bob||ETR2||Dec 30, 1962 – Jul 15, 1965||R4|
|Miller, David||TM3||1963 – 1963||Torpedo Shop||Transfered to school command after re-enlistment.|
|Turner, Gary||ICFN||1963 – 1964||E||My first ship whick I got out of mess cooking by playing on the ships softball team!|
|Mishock, John||E4||1963 – 1967||deck force..boat shop|
|Seabold, Charles||LCDR ret.||1963 – 1965||M div||After boot camp, MM "A" school and Nuclear Power school in Bainbridge, Md assigned to USS Tidewater as FN, made two Med cruises, departed as a MM3 assigned to NAVCOMSTA, Puerto Rico AC&R shop.|
|Spencer, James||E4||1964 – 1968||Navy|
|Basten, Louis||PO3||Sep 1964 – Jan 1967||R-5||Looking for Mike Crawford (Crawdaddy) R-5 Division, 1967.Family Home Nashville TN.|
|Finley, James(jim)||ETR2||Nov 4, 1964 – Mar 13, 1969||R4|
|Tooley, Jim||SN||Mar 1965 – 1971||!st.||SN|
|Kordes, Bob||FTG3||Dec 5, 1965 – Sep 22, 1967||R-5||I spent 3 months on the deck force. In Feb of 66 I went to FT school and reported back to the Tidewater in August of 66. I would like to hear from R-5/FT guys. Rick, Steve, Moe, Guyette, Dilley.|
|Philhower, Tom (Phil)||OM2||Jul 10, 1966 – Oct 1, 1969||R-5||On board in Baltimore in the ship Yard. Made the 1967 Med. Cruise and the 68-69 Med Cruise. Life Member of USS Tidewater Assoc. http://www.usstidewater.org/|
|Frank, Bernie||W-1>LTJG||Oct 1966 – Sep 1968||Supply||Started off as Food sevice Officer(6 mos) then assigned to Ship Service.(end of tour). I remember the 67 cruise to Naples and Suda Bay,Crete. The Ship made a lot of money for MWR because the other ships never rec'd mdse.|
|Shewell, Dennis||EM3||Oct 1967 – Sep 1968||R-3 Motor Rewind Shop||Wasn't the newest ship in the Navy but we made the best of it.|
|Pastre, Robert (Bob)||SFC||Nov 1967 – Jan 1970||R1||Anyone in R1 Division at this time, please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org.|
|Thomas, Piepenhagen||SN/OM2||Feb 13, 1968 – Nov 30, 1970||R5||she still holds fond memories|
|Hall, Robert||MM3||Apr 21, 1968 – Jan 21, 1971||Ship's Company Engineering M Division||Hello, I am the Ship's historian. The Tidewater Association Website is www.usstidewater.org. You can reach me by e-mail, email@example.com We are always looking for photos and documents.|
|McCune, Larry (Mack)||BM-3||Jul 1, 1968 – Oct 1, 1969||R division Sail locker||Worked in ships sail locker with BM2 Martin Reberger and SN Rosie Flowers. I also served as the liberty launch Coxwain while in naples italy 68-69 med cruise.|
|Johnson, Ron||fireman||Feb 1969 – Aug 1971||eingine room||would like to touch bases with anybody who served with me|
|Pryor, Robert||HT2/DV2||Jul 1969 – Aug 1970||R Div|
There are currently no planned reunions.