The table below contains the names of sailors who served aboard the USS Savannah (AOR 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 238 crew members registered for the USS Savannah (AOR 4).
|Helms, Sven||SK2||1993 – 1995||S-1||Best time I've had to date.|
|Bowne, Brian||SN||1993 – 1994|
|Thompson, Brian||SN||1993 – 1995||Deck||Had a great time and made alot of good friends, still remember spending Christmas in Toulon,France, even though we where in the bars most of the time or on the phone calling home. I never forget my time on the Savannah.|
|Butterfield, Jeffrey||SN||1993 – 1995||2nd Deck Division||HAD A BLAST AND WORKED HARD.|
|Crutchfield, Raymond||E-3||Jan 5, 1993 – Jun 30, 1993||Deck Division||Deck division was a wild bunch, I've had some memorable moments with the guys there. My most memorable, was when we were on our way to Guantanamo Bay(Gitmo), ship's power had went out, it was chaotic "General Quarters"!|
|Joshua, David||LCDR||Mar 1, 1993 – Jul 28, 1995||Chief Engineer|
|Lokey, Brian||EMFN||Apr 1993 – Aug 1995||E||I had a blast on this ship. Engineering had some crazy guys. Had a blast beating people down wrestling.|
|Martin, Scott / Nickname 'Axl'||SN||Jun 1993 – Jul 28, 1995||!st Deck||I had the time of my life on this ship. The people I met were the best. It was here that I became a 'Shellback" and it was an experience I will never forget. I miss my shipmates and I won't forget all the fun from the 'Med' cru|
|Baltar, Stanley "skip"||ENFN||Jun 1993 – Jun 1995||A-Gang||What a great first duty station.|
|Olcott, Tony||OS2||Jul 1993 – Jun 1994||OI||Made the 93-94 Cruise and had a lot of fun, especially in Mombasa. I won't ever forget being stuck ashore as part of Shore Patrol in Trieste. I hung with Bob Marvicka (SM3) and Todd Hodges (EW3). If you guys see this, holla at me.|
|Strass, Steven||E3||Sep 1993 – Apr 1995||Deck 2nd||One of the best experiences of my life. Enjoyed Europe, Africa, and those St. Patricks Days in Savannah. Best wishes to Butterfield, Sotelo, Sr. Chief Frasier, Carter, Cordova, BM1 Boyd, Morton wherever you are!|
|Glade, Marty||E-3/SN||Sep 1, 1993 – Apr 16, 1995||1st/Div|
|Feinstein, Chuck||FCC||Oct 1993 – Jul 1995||CS||Lots of time in Mombasa and Toulon. How can I forget the roving Shore Patrol in Toulon, in the rain, on Christmas Day for 12 hours? Decommissioning ceremony was very moving. I retired 9/30/98 as an FCC from SIMA Norfolk.|
|Gidaro, Al||QMC(SW)||Oct 1993 – Jul 1996||Navigation|
|Dupee, John||BM1||Nov 19, 1993 – Aug 25, 1995||Third||Not my favorite but certainly best run. First and Bos'n kept things interesting.....|
|Espinoza, Gabriel||SN||Dec 1993 – Sep 1995||3rd|
|Cox, Christopher||BT3||Dec 28, 1993 – Mar 27, 1995||B||One of the best commands by far! We had a very tight knit group of sailors. We worked hard and played hard! Miss a lot of my old buds and would love to hear from them! Swim call off Haiti, remember that? Much fun!|
|Beier, Jim||LT (JG)||Feb 4, 1994 – Jul 28, 1995||M||My first tour. Memories of CHENG, Capt Besal, MM2 Thompson, ENS Makee, and Chaps. And we had a tough as nails Warrant Officer and Bos'n who played dominos until well past Midrats. Got EOOW (didn't deserve it) but not OOD/SWO there.|
|Warren, Edward||BT2||Apr 1, 1994 – Jul 28, 1995||Boilers||This was the very best Ship I ever Steamed! The crew worked hard and played hard! You could not travel throughout the Ship at night alone without being jumped by Deck Dept. But the Engineers would always get even!|
|Clarkson, Keith||BM||1995 – 1995||Deck|
There are currently no planned reunions.