The table below contains the names of sailors who served aboard the USS Cocopa (ATF 101). 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 27 crew members registered for the USS Cocopa (ATF 101).
|Liechti, Robert, Sparky||RM/1C||Jul 5, 1943 – Apr 10, 1946||3rd||Member of first crew.|
|Fenning, Thomas||SM 1/C||1944 – 1945||Bridge gang||Served aboard first crew and left ship in 1945|
|Barnes, Ed||CEM (P.A.)||Mar 27, 1944 – 1948||Black Gang (engineering)||anyone serving with me please contact me at the email address I have provided or write me at 501 Bremen Road, Waldoboro, Maine 04572|
|Gallimore, Claris (Clay)||CS3||Apr 1946 – Jun 1949||3rd|
|White, Ferrill||SK2||1952 – 1954||Went aboard as seaman right out of Storekeeper School and let the ship as SK2 in 1954|
|Johnson, Dale Yogi||ET2||1952 – 1955||Navy||I served on the USS Cocopa during the Korean service and operation Castle. I would like to hear from anyone who served at that time.|
|Trost, Terry N.||QM3||Feb 1955 – Jul 1955||Bridge||I was aboard for about four months in 1955. I remember letting the Japanese target practice on a tow target. When the shells began getting too close Captain 0rdered the target cut loose and we left at full speed.|
|Barnard,jr., William (Bill)||RM2||Feb 1958 – Dec 1961||deck||Anybody who server at this time will remember me..|
|Nicol, Bob||RM3||1959 – 1962||Operations||Radioman|
|Rash, Bernard||ENS.||Jul 4, 1960 – Dec 10, 1961||Ops.||Retired and living the good life in Hawaii. Aloha and best regards to all my shipmates. A special aloha to RM2 Barnard. Yes, I remember. God bless. I'm sad to report that our shipmate Bob Nicol passed away 9/01/2009|
|Hunt, Joe||EM2||Aug 1960 – Oct 1962||Electrician||I just finished a book(Last of the tin can sailors) which brought back many Cocopa memories.Would love to hear from former shipmates|
|Russ, Phillip||QM3||Nov 16, 1963 – Jul 4, 1965||Operations||This was really an experience for a young man, that had never been 200 miles from his home. It was a privilege to have served aboard this ship.|
|Schorfheide, Robert (Bob)||EM2||Feb 15, 1965 – Sep 15, 1967||ENGINEERING||Went aboard straight out of EMA school...Left as EM2 to USS MARS AFS1. Look forward to finding old shipmates.|
|Gauthier, Donald||ETN4||1966 – 1969||repair|
|Perkins, Dan||RD3||Aug 1, 1967 – Aug 15, 1969||Operations|
|Bouffard, Ray||EN3||Aug 1, 1967 – Oct 7, 1970||snipe||ALMOST any can contact me at the Em add, firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Smith, Charles||ETN5||Jan 1969 – Jul 1969||Operations|
|Johnson, James||radioman sn rmsn||Jan 1969 – Sep 1969||communications||my first ship in my last year in the navy and i loved it. she was the consumate in rock&roll but we hit some outa sight ports.capt. was walter wilson ltjg, i think,i gave him the conga drum i bought in the P.I.|
|Palapo, Erasmo (Rusty)||E-5||Jul 1, 1969 – Mar 30, 1970||OR(Radio)||Fun experience...Rough but always Ready...especially during rough seas. A lifetime experience.....|
|Hawes, William Jr||EN2||Oct 25, 1969 – Jan 31, 1973||Engineering||Interested in catching up with other shipmates on board during same period.|
|Herbert, William||EN3||1971 – 1972||engineering||came on board when ship was in drydock , fresh from VIETNAM first cruse to Alaska. Saw the world on this ship and loved every minute. Love to hear from any shipmate especially William Hawyes. Smooth sailing!!|
|Arnold, John NEW||CWO||1972 – 1976||DECK/WEAPONS||Ships Bos'n until I retired in '76 - great times and memories|
|Rugenstein, Warren||EN2||Mar 1972 – Mar 1972||Engineroom||Spent only 2 weeks on the Cocopa after Engineman C School, then swapped with a guy to go to the USS Sioux, ATF 75 with GM engines. Love those ALCO's, though!|
|Karoly, Steven||CS3||Apr 1972 – Mar 1973||Supply||Worked under CS1 George Rooney. CS3 Steven Bartow, CS3 David Staken and CS3 Jim Atherton were my galley mates.|
|Zamora, Necito||EMC(SS)||1974 – 1976||Electrical|
|Landon, Mike||ETN2||Feb 1975 – Feb 1977||operations|
|Lacolla, Bob||RM||1976 – 1978||rm|
There are currently no planned reunions.