USS Robison (DDG-12) Areas With Asbestos Exposure

The USS Robison (DDG-12), a Charles F. Adams-class guided-missile destroyer named for Rear Admiral Samuel S. Robison was laid down on April 28, 1959, and launched on April 27, the following year. It was commissioned on December 9, 1961, under Comdr. D. V. Cox’s command with the hull number DDG-12 and served in the US Navy for 30 years until it was decommissioned on October 1, 1991. During its activity, the ship carried a complement of 354 people on board and had its main missions in Clipperton Islands, Seal Beach, San Diego, Pearl Harbor, Guam, Midway Island, Yokosuka, Vietnam, and the Philippines. After the decommissioning, the ship was struck from the Navy List on November 20, 1992 and sold to Consolidated Metals for scrapping in 1994. For the services brought to the country during the Vietnam War, the USS Robison (DDG-12) received 7 battle stars. Veterans who have served the U.S. Navy aboard this ship and have developed an asbestos-related illness can recover their rightful compensation from VA claims as well as asbestos trust funds. We are here to help you learn about how veterans have been exposed to asbestos while serving on the USS Robison (DDG-12).

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Shipmates on USS Robison (DDG-12)

gregory p. alabado

timothy michael ahern

henry snowden

david allen iii

joseph d. bowden

primo camacho

brant michael carter

bertrand b. cassels jr.

dennis samuel curry

eric martin dahinden

john hewitt forbes

enoch hardy jr.

william e. jones

philip martin king

robert l. lage

thomas w. mcnamara

gary allen nelson

junior lee reynolds

charles jacob smith

jay michael standring

robert g. wagner

lewis j. witherspoon

robert w. teague

stephen mark mathias

randy c. mitchell

charles bobbitt