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USS Sacramento (AOE 1) Crew List

The table below contains the names of sailors who served aboard the USS Sacramento (AOE 1). 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 1284 crew members registered for the USS Sacramento (AOE 1).

Select the period (starting by the reporting year): precomm – 1964 | 1965 – 1966 | 1967 – 1968 | 1969 | 1970 – 1971 | 1972 – 1973 | 1974 – 1975 | 1976 – 1977 | 1978 – 1980 | 1981 – 1982 | 1983 – 1984 | 1985 – 1986 | 1987 – 1988 | 1989 | 1990 – 1991 | 1992 – 1993 | 1994 | 1995 – 1996 | 1997 | 1998 – 1999 | 2000 | 2001 | 2002 – now

NameRank/RatePeriodDivisionRemarks/Photo
Feliciano (Felix), NelsonE-31972 – 1974I like to say hello to all my old shipmates.
Fortress, GeorgeSN1972 – 19741stGood time just didn't know it then. Good friend Swanstrom past on a couple years ago.
Short, TravisLieutenant CommanderJan 1972 – Jan 1, 1974Engineeringi served as Engineer Officer from January 1972 until September 1973. I also was First Lieutenant over the Deck Department from March 1973 until November 1973, heading both Deparmetns for nearly six months. .
Hunter, StanSAJan 1, 1972 – Dec 31, 1980DECEMBER 31, 1980GOOD TIMES
Smith, DanHM-2Mar 1, 1972 – Nov 1, 1973MedicalI still regard the time I spent on this ship as some of the best times I had in the Navy. Great guys, lots of fun drinkin' & chasin" women, wouldn't have missed it for the world! Looking for Norm - the EOD guy.
Kiper, James KiperBT-3Jul 14, 1972 – Apr 11, 1973B
Mahaney, JoeE-3Aug 1972 – Jul 25, 19751st Was also in 3rd in 72 Loved Olongipo,PI. Remember crossing the equator. I ran with Vance Evans alot. I remember the near collisions Bob Miller mentions. Air Craft lost steering control on their Bridge. I was port deck phone talker who warned Miller on the Bridge.
Jarrell, Clarence EdsnAug 1972 – Feb 19741st
Brant, JamesCWO - LTjgAug 1, 1972 – Jun 6, 1975Rase - Ships Bos'nUnder Capt James Service & Capt George Aitcheson this Ship & Crew were at the top of my 21 year Navy career. Thank you to all my fellow shipmates for your service and teamwork. What a great experience in life.
Mahaney, DaveE-3Aug 15, 1972 – Jul 25, 19751sttraveled across the equator, severed 2 tours off Vietnam.
Moore, KeithE-3 - BM-3Sep 1972 – Aug 19742nd Division - RASE DivisionSubic Bay, Olongapo, Bangkok, Hong Kong, Sasebo, good times,supply locker,winch operator. 2 West Pac Tours off Vietnam.Crossed the Equator, made some good friends, Dave Nulf, Dave Torinoto, Scott Fast to name a few
Orr III, JohnSNSep 4, 1972 – Apr 28, 1975cook
Harper, TimFNOct 1972 – Oct 1973BDon't know what ya got till it's gone! Did'nt have a clue.
Arends, RayMM2Oct 1972 – Dec 1974MAff Engineroom. Worked with Larry Billings and a whole bunch of other great guys. Does anyone know Dennis Boles or where he might be now. He worked the Aft Evaporators making great water. Great times while on board.
Siravo, Steve "Sas"FNOct 1972 – Sep 25, 1975A Gangmet some awesome guys, and had some great times. can't remember all their names, just a few: Neely , Phlug,Mitch, Basarab,Jonesie, Shakey,Mac,Palmer, just to name a few . the "SAC" was #1 in the fleet because of the men from '72-75
Melton, KenMM E-3Oct 15, 1972 – May 15, 1973engineeringLooking for someone who remembers the riots in Sasebo, Japan when the ship was blacked out and also who remembers the Shipmate who was medivaced due to a steam burn in route to PI. Call me at 2O8 5nine7 five7two3.
Mulhern, BradBM3Nov 1972 – Apr 19761st, RaseSubic Bay, Bangkok, Hong Kong, Sasebo, Karachi, Flo's pizza delivered by taxi, too much rain, good memories Paint locker, sail locker, spray painting, hanging over the side, not such good memories Made some good friends
Delong, DanielHM2-HM1Nov 20, 1972 – Oct 20, 1983HThis period of time were some of the most interesting in my Naval Carreer.
Cress, PhilFNNov 30, 1972 –M Dv Aft Engine RoomMet the Best Guys ever on the Sac, and The Aft Engine Room it was family there
Bonnett, PatrickMM3Dec 1972 – Jul 25, 1975MServed up forward in 'main control'. Came onboard in 1972 along with about 40 others at Subic. Participated in the Christmas bombings in 72 that brought an end to the Vietnam conflic. Had a great time. Met some of the best people.
Robarge, VictorSK3/E-4Dec 1972 – Apr 1973
Alfonso, RandySN1Dec 3, 1972 – Aug 29, 1974secondi miss the crew and the good times on the sac.wonder where osander is?
Jimmie, HawesE-4 HT3Dec 20, 1972 – Aug 31, 1975Carpenter ShopJoe Mahaney thanks for helping me out down in Tijuana, other buddies William Eulless, Randall Greason, Loman Evans, Vance Evans, Tim Summers, Cliff Jorgensen, and many others in 1st, 2nd, and R divisisons.
Sexton, RichardSM2Dec 26, 1972 – Jul 17, 1976OPERATIONSWAS ASSIGNED TO THE SAC JUST OUT OF A SCHOOL AND IT WAS ONE OF THE HIGHLIGHTS OF MY LIFE. I WILL AND DO REMEMBER IT ALWAYS AND STILL TALK ABOUT HER 30 YEARS LATER. SORRY SHE WENT AWAY BUT I AM SURE THAT THERE ARE BETTER THAT TOOK HER PLACE.
Gafford, TomBT31973 – 1977fire room 2just want to see what everyone is been up too.
Gafford, TomE41973 – 1977Bgreat times & bad times in the #2 fire room,I remember the Russians wanting the camera after my friend took a picture of the carrier killer, hosing down Chinese in HK,going to captains mast, wearing my whites in Japan, partying w/the shaw of Iran.
Davis, CharlieE21973 – 1975Machinest MateI didn't die at Puderest Sound! And 5 other guys did. I never did figure out who they were. Two best friends were Ken Wood (Denver) and Larry Billings (Portland). Joined up with Mark Adgesion (Died Motorcycle crash 77).
Morris, JoeMM21973 – 1976A Gang
Wood, KimFNMar 1973 – Sep 1976M/RASEIt was quite a ride
Hubbard, Jimmm3Apr 1973 – 1975A gang
Elkins, TerryBT2Apr 1, 1973 – Nov 13, 1976Bmy first ship.back when the navy was fun.i made second class and renlisted on there.nothing but good memories i wouldnt trade it for anything.
Olsen, TedBT3Apr 7, 1973 – May 30, 1974bits 2004 and just learned the uss sacramento is being retired by 2005. it was great to serve on her.
Degagne, JimBM3Apr 15, 1973 – Jul 13, 19751stmet my best friend and alot of other great people wish still be in touch made a man out of me would do it again in a heartbeat capt service god speed thankyou
Bush, JimBT2Apr 16, 1973 – Oct 27, 1976BThis July (2010) I will celebrate 32 years as a Boiler Inspector. I owe this wonderful career to the years I spent on the SAC. This ship is special and the places she took me during my youth are forever a part of me.
Noe, WilliamSEAMANJul 1973 – 19763rd DivisionBest duty I had am sorry to find out she went to rest.Would like to hear from some of you guys. noe_goals@live.com. 772-905-9728 772-341-2289
Reyes, EfrainFTG2Jul 9, 1973 – Jun 28, 1977weaponsI did two WEST PACS, sailed as far as IRAN/IRAG. Looking for old shipmates in Wep.Div.. I see a few other ship mates on the ship list. I retired from the U.S. Justice Dept. and ran across my old cruise book on my move to South Carolina.
St Pierre, Ernie / FrenchyBT2Jul 27, 1973 – May 22, 1975B #2 FireroomSome real Great times and memories! Would really like to hear from anyone who I served with!
Nicoll, Kevin, NickSeaman Apprentice/ Master At ArmsJul 31, 1973 – Jul 30, 1976X DivisionTo Bill Noe, I don't know if you remember me, but we hit the beach a few times in the PI and Hong Kong. I am now living on the top of a mountain in Upstate, NY and am retired from a water company. I am also a Grandfather
Nicoll, NickSK3Jul 31, 1973 – Jul 30, 1976S1SOME OF THE BEST TIMES P.I. HONG KONG SINGAPORE IRAN PAKISTAN  THREE WESPACS CROSSED EQUATOR 3 TIMES GOT TO SWIM AND DRINK  A FEW SAN  MIGUALS IN THE MIDDLE OF THE INDIAN OCEAN THANKS TO THE SNAKE GOOD MAN  (SKIPPER)
Miller, BobBMSNAug 3, 1973 – Dec 10, 19753rdShips photographer, looking for two WESTPAC cruisebooks.Have photo's of entire crew. Remember the Russians,near collisions, Hong Kong riots, balut. Endless UNREPS, Captain James Service (SNAKE) Looking for Steve Sarantakis?
Mahaney, HaneyE3Aug 28, 1973 – Jul 25, 19751st and 3rd divisionBojac, Evans, Bob, Mike, David Hammer, Hoff, Dixion, Rodreguiz, Chief Wo Wo, Castro, Pedigo, smokers with Oscar Banks, Swimming in the ocean. What memories to ponder. Thank you all for the great memories.
Decker, NolanBT2Sep 1973 – May 1977B-DivI enjoyed my time on the Sac... had a great time in #1 fireroom, Lots of good memeries
Castro, JuanBM2Oct 15, 1973 – Sep 20, 19781st, 2nd, RaseI retired in 1996 as a BMC after 22 years of service. It was good but none of my commands were as good as the Sac and no shipmates were as good as the ones on the Sac.
Bibeau, RobertE-4 CS3/MS3Nov 1973 – Nov 19761ST. S-1Started out as deck ape, Became CS/MS Great Crew. Looking to here from all the COOKS
Creel, Haskel (Doc)HM2Nov 1973 – Feb 13, 1975HI remember Olongapo, Subic Bay, 7Seas Club (Hong Kong) Singapore, crossing the equator as a polywog, ships party on that island in Subic Bay somewhere (two old retired navy Chiefs roasted pigs for us.

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Reunions

Point of ContactPlanned datePlanned locationRemarks
USS Sacramento AOE1 50th Anniversary ReunionSep 26, 2014Hawthorn Suites Hotel, Sacramento, CA50th anniversary reunion at the Hawthorn Suites Hotel in Sacramento, CA from Sept. 26 to Sept. 29, 2014 for all former crewmembers of the USS Sacramento AOE 1. Reservations: 916-441-1200 Contact: tonynaramore5344@att.net or 707-422-1775

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