If you know of a shipmate that does not have computer access, please let us know from the contact
page and we will be glad to mail hard copies of anything in this website.
A note from Carole: Sailors, if your email address changes, please resend it to me. You do not need to fill
out the whole registration form again, just resend your email address so I can update my lists. I have received notification
of a large number of bad addresses from my last mailing.
Happy Birthday to the US Navy, established on October 13th, 1775:
Quick news flashes!
Thank you, Nashville! You were warm and welcoming! So many amazing
things to see, so much good food and so little time!
2016 Jacksonville, FL around Veterans Day. The Adams Class ship/museum should be
in place and we are trying to be the first reunion organization aboard!
The "Sweat Shop" relocation to sunny dry Phoenix is finished
(wish I would have packed myself up in one of those boxes) and in the process of being updated. Our San Diego treasurer,
(and keeper of the checkbook) is busy shopping and planning new merchandise. Anything you would like to see in the shop?
Suggestions can be sent to Ted Waypa 66-69 at firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com.
done at the reunion will be updated shortly
Thank you for supporting your association
Gerry Arnett 61-62 Jupiter Robert Barone 64-66 John Bassolino 65-68 David Behrend
71-74 Dennis Benson 77-80 Bruce Bigari 67-68 Leo Biodrowski 71-75 James Bradfield 64-66 Carole Bryan family Thomas Carroll 67-70 James Cartlidge 77-80 Herm Chambers 66-68 Frank Chesla 63-66 Johnny Collins
69-73 Charles Colton 51-53 Jupiter Danilo Concepcion 73-75 Ed Denk 66-69 John Dishaw 65-68 Dennis Doyle 66-68 Wayne Ellington 65-67 Roger Evans 65-67 Wayne Fass 70-74 Helen Fulton/Judith
White 41-49 Jupiter Donald Funk 56-57 Jupiter Frank Goerig 64-67 Dannis Greene 66-69 Tom Grzywacz 68-69 Leon Hall 57-64 Jupiter Bill Halverson 71-74 Art Hansen 72-76 Daniel Hauschild family Robert Hechtman
81-83 James Heesch 72-74 Peter Hekman 75-76 Jim Hinton 67-70 Susan Hinton family Larry Icenogle
71-73 Marc Jacob 74-81 Jay Jansson 70-71 Milford Jarvis 65-69 Clifton Jensen 71-74 Bill Key 64-66 Lawrence Kindrick 80-81 Hank Koopman 66-69
Anna (Jim) Leapley 66-69 David Link 67-69 William Masewicz 82-83 Jim May 71-74 Walter McCandless 65-67 Stephen McPhillips 69-71 Harold Mueller 56-57 Jupiter Al Mullen 79-82 Kenneth Myer 69-71 Monty Newberry 64-65 Bill Newquist 64-65 Dave Nicholson 64-65 Kenneth O’Brien
67-70 Ken Ogawa 71-73 Dennis O'Leary 71-74 Phillip Ottato 72-75 Rich Palazzo 71-72 Joe Patz
64-67 Allen Peters 50-51 Jupiter Wyatt Ramsey 56-57 Jupiter John Richard 64-66 Mike Rigdon 62-64
Jupiter Jaime Rodriguez 74-76 Joe Romero 72-75 Harvey Rowe 64-67 Terry Ryan 66-67 Steve Sagaser
71-73 Marcus Saucier 64-67 Dave Saunders 66-72 James Saunders 64-66 Ron Schall 76-78 Gary Scheidt
57-58 Jupiter John Souza 72-76 Mark Spangenberg 69-71 Pete TaFoya 64-66 Marshall Tator 70-74 Robert
Thompson 71-75 Michael Tribble 69-70 Lou Turilli 68-69 Bob Vonspiegel 57-59 Jupiter Ted Waypa 66-69 Ray Willmott 65-69 Terry Worrell 68-72 Ron Zorn 64-67
updated 7-13-15 12:25 pm cst 88 sailors strong
Thanks, Matthew Kruzzette 85-91
Who dat sailor? Circa 1965
Might be a prize...
The Benjamin Stoddert was a great ship from the beginning
to the day that she sank in the Pacific and to this day (unlike so many other old ships) remains "underway with no way
CLASS - CHARLES F.
ADAMS As Built. Displacement 4526 Tons (Full), Dimensions, 437' (oa) x 47' x 15' (Max) Armament 2 x 5"/54
RF (2x1), Tartar SAM (1x1 Mk 13) ASROC ASW (1x8), 6 x 12.75" Mk 32 ASW TT (2x3). Machinery, 70,000 SHP; Geared Turbines,
2 screws Speed, 33 Knots, Range 4500 NM@ 20 Knots, Crew 333-350. Operational and Building Data Laid down by Puget Sound Bridge & Dredging, Seattle on June 11 1962. Launched January 8 1963 and commissioned September
12 1964. Decommissioned December 20 1991. Stricken November 20 1992. Fate Sank February 3
2001 in the Pacific Ocean while under tow for breaking up in Brownsville, Texas.