The table below contains the names of sailors who served aboard the USS Tutuila (ARG 4). 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 Tutuila (ARG 4).
|Moatz, Wayne||seaman||Aug 1, 1959 – Dec 20, 1961||deck division|
|Hampton, Charles||Seaman Appr. Left Navy 1964 as 2nd Class ET||Nov 1960 – Jul 1961||Deck||Was aboard for 8 months waiting to go to Great Lakes for ET School.|
|Johnston, Jim (John)||SF3/DV2||1962 – 1964||R||First duty station out of SFM A School. Went to Diving school during my tour.|
|Tripi, Francis||RM3||Jan 1962 – Sep 1962||Radio Shack||I served 8 months waiting for RMA school in Norfolk. Would like to connect with shipmates. A BM2nd suggested I change my name to Frank!|
|Burtchell, Rosemarie||EM 3||Aug 21, 1964 – Mar 21, 1967||navy||George passed on April 1, 2000-Would like to speak with any of his shipmates who remember him..His next command was USS Rowan 67/68..Contact email@example.com|
|King, Robert, Larry||ph3||Sep 1964 – Jul 1967||photography||photo lab|
|Herr, Don||MR3||Apr 1966 – Dec 1967||R-2||First started working in Outside Repair, transferred to Machine Shop when I made MR3. Steamed her from Norfolk to Vietnam, An Thoi and Vung Tau|
|Anderson, Ed (Andy)||SKSN||Apr 4, 1966 – Apr 10, 1967||S-1 Stores||I was told she was welded to Pier 2 in Norfolk. Reported on board and she'd already been cut loose. Left May 9, 1966. Rode from Norfolk to Phu Quoc Island, South Viet Nam, relieving the Krishna APL-28 on 19 July, 1966.|
|Lockridge, Richard||LI3||May 1966 – Jan 1970||also on AS-34|
|Hestnes, Arthur||SeamenE3||Mar 1967 – Mar 1968||BT||Hoping to find some buddies from the past..|
|McClave, Brian||EN2||Jan 15, 1968 – Jan 8, 1969||Engineering||Assigned to Tut's Generator Room as an E-2. On board while in Vung Tau, An Thoi and sailed to Youkuska to begin a well needed overhaul/upkeep. After attending schools was assigned to a minesweeper. Left as a EN-2 (4 yrs)|
|Walker, Allen||EM1||Mar 1968 – May 1969||E DIVISION|
|Schneider, Hank||PH2||1969 – 1970||R3|
|Glazner, Glaz||EN2||1969 – 1970||Repair/Engine Shop|
|Gurnard, James||HM2||Feb 28, 1969 – Jan 15, 1970||Corpsman||Remembering An Thoi, Hong Kong, repairs in Japan, and time at Nha Bai before heading off to Subic. Good ol' Vertical Replenishments, hot dogs on the dry docks, bad beer, and treating a lot of guys with VD. Write me !!|
|Curran, Frank||DC3||Mar 19, 1969 – Dec 5, 1970||R Division|
|Swartz, Gerald||HTC||May 1969 – May 1970||R1||Chief in charge of Weld Shop . Great hard workers and crew. Remember the battery operated MIG welder? Larry Welch you out there? Like to hear from anyone.|
|Renshaw, William ( Bill/ Lurch)||EM3||Jul 1969 – Jul 1970||R3||Never worked so many hours in my life. Became a Shellback on Singapore Trip. The water skiing was great. I wish "Merrill the Preacher" would get in touch with me.|
|Cortez, Ira||CWO3||Jul 1969 – Aug 1970||R3||Would like to correspond with some old shipmates|
|Garland, John||IC2||Oct 1969 – Oct 1970||R-3||Assigned to after gyro / IC repair shop.|
|Osborne, Roger||BM 3||Dec 15, 1969 – Feb 18, 1971||Deck|
|Nielsen, Roy||E-3/SHIPFITTER||Feb 1970 – Feb 1971||R-1||Ahoy Mates, Weld Shop Shipfitters can weld up everything but the crack of dawn, and they have the ability to mend a broken heart. Ancohrs Aweigh you Salty Dogs.|
|Brahosky, James||HN||Oct 1970 – 1971||Medical|
|Fooshee, Thomas||R||1971 – 1972|
|Katzenstein, John||dc2||Mar 26, 1971 – Feb 21, 1972||repair||steve, hammer where you guys?|
|Jones, Richard L.||SFM2||Jul 1971 – Dec 1971||R||Any ship company Shipfitters out there? Hey, I'm over 50, can't remember names anymore! But have great memories.|
|James, Edward||fn||Aug 29, 1971 – 1972||A-division|
There are currently no planned reunions.