The table below contains the names of sailors who served aboard the USS Biddle (DLG 34). 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 410 crew members registered for the USS Biddle (DLG 34).
|Killen, Chad||ET3||1991 – 1993|
|Chalfant, Wes||BT3||1991 – 1993||Served as BTOW in Aft fireroom.Anybody else remember Med cruise2-92 or Cartagena,Colombia?|
|Kessinger, David||ET1/E6||1991 – 1993||CSE||Biddle was great. Med 2-92 was the best cruise I have ever been on. Wasn't this the "BE FLEXIBLE" Cruise Ha-Ha.|
|Garza, Nick||ossn||1991 – 1992||OI||This was the first and only ship that I was on and I miss everyone on that damn bucket. Thank you everyone for the great times, Randy, Jackie,Brian, Biddle,Otto, and everybody who fought os1 best? I forgot but so funny!|
|Leonard, Roderick||EW3 (SW)||1991 – May 1992||OW|
|Marsland, Jeff/doc||HM3||Jan 1991 – Nov 1993||1st|
|Siers, George||FC(SW)2||Jan 1, 1991 – Apr 20, 1993||Weapons|
|Langlitz, Bill||CTA2||Jan 3, 1991 –||OT|
|Haehl, Kenneth||btfn||Mar 1991 – Jul 1993||Fireroom 2||Anione remember me?|
|Hardy, John||QM3||Apr 1991 – Nov 30, 1993||Nav||if ou have a Facebook page, join the USS Biddle CG-34 group. 133 members as of 12/4/09. i am looking for as many shipmates as possible!|
|Komorous, David||seaman||Apr 1991 – Feb 1993||1st|
|Bailey, Don||gmg2||May 25, 1991 – Jun 10, 1993||combat|
|Perez, Chris||GMG2||Sep 10, 1991 – Nov 30, 1993||CSG|
|Middlebrook, Troy "Shorty"||E3/DCFN||Oct 17, 1991 – Oct 3, 1993||R||Your first ship is ALWAYS your best ship in some regards.... BIDDLE was a good ship all the way around! Plus, they had the best barber onboard .. ME!|
|Allmon, Robert "chris"||FCCS(SW)||Nov 1, 1991 – Nov 30, 1993||FOX||Great ship and great crew.|
|Scott, Morris||GM2||1992 –||CGO1||TO ALL GM"S, FWD AND AFT...MISS THOSE DAYS|
|Seddon, Jeff||BM2||1992 – 1993||First||I was in first division, petty officer in charge of the flight deck and hangar, hazmat.|
|Baskette, Kevin||IC3/E4||1992 – Nov 30, 1993||CSE||Not only was it a great ship, but an awsome crew as well as great skipper! CAPT Gionet. Yes I do remember Coulmbia, Perito Rico, and that damn Panama Canal. Not to mention those of us who became SHELLBACKS!! Good luck!|
|Keith, Jeff||BM1 (sw/cm)||Mar 1992 – Sep 1993||1st||Checked on board with less then 3 weeks before Med cruise 92. One of two ships I will always remember.|
|Guyer, Michael||GMG1(SW)||Apr 16, 1992 – Nov 30, 1993||CG||Decommissioned|
|Johnson, Robert||BT2(SW)||May 15, 1992 –||boilers|
|Roman, Nelson||FC2||Jul 26, 1992 – Jan 30, 1994||2nd||Had a great time onboard, all things considered. Great Skipper, Great Crew.|
|Cox, Christopher||BT3||Nov 6, 1992 – Nov 30, 1993||B||Not one of my favorite commands, never felt like I fit in. Back to back crack pacs were pretty brutal but we hit some nice ports and I earned my shellback. Definitely a character building tour!|
|Burnett, William||SK1||Dec 1, 1992 – Nov 30, 1993||S-1||Hard to believe it's been 18 years since we decomissioned her.|
|Cardona, Saul||LT (O-3)||1993 – 1993||Senior Chaplain||Last ship's chaplain.|
|Tetreault, Allan||E6||Dec 16, 1993 – Nov 13, 1994||CM||Gunner's Mate MK 10|
There are currently no planned reunions.