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USS America (CV 66) Crew List

The table below contains the names of sailors who served aboard the USS America (CV 66). 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 2356 crew members registered for the USS America (CV 66).

Select the period (starting by the reporting year): precomm – 1964 | 1965 | 1966 | 1967 – 1967 | 1968 | 1969 | 1970 | 1971 | 1972 | 1973 | 1974 | 1975 | 1976 | 1977 | 1978 | 1979 | 1980 | 1981 | 1982 | 1983 | 1984 | 1985 | 1986 | 1987 | 1988 | 1989 | 1990 | 1991 | 1992 | 1993 | 1994 | 1995 – now

NameRank/RatePeriodDivisionRemarks/Photo
Carrington, WarrenQM31967 – 1968Nav
Adamo, JohnnyPC31967 – 1968X
Jones, George D.LTJG1967 – Mar 1967VF-33, VF-102I'm actually George's son, my father died in March 1967 while serving on the USS America. I would love to hear from anyone that knew my dad - I was 11 months old in 1967.
Pochron, Ron (Captn' Crunch)ABH2 / E-51967 – May 1971V1Two around the world, Yankee Station, the rest is history
Wallace, DonaldE-31967 – 1970V-4Proud of all those before,during and after my service on the best of the best.
Reichert, BillRD21967 – 1970CIC
O'neill, DennisBM3 & BM21967 – 19697th & 1stPick her up just before cruise (13 Month) around the world. One of the best ships I've served on. Would like to hear from old shipmates. You can contact me at mamajanaok@cox.net.
Frasier, Darryl AMM31967 – Dec 10, 1970a-2
Brown, DonRM31967 – 1968CR
Mandala, Stephen J.E51967 – Nov 1968Fighter Squadron 33My dad was on the USS America the year before i was born. He was 29 when he died of testicular cancer in 1976. He was responsible for inspecting the F-4j Phantom II jets prelaunch and post recovery.
Bowman, GaryABE 21967 – 1970V2At the time of my service aboard the America I thought alot about when I would get out and get back to civilian life. I now think back to what a great time in my life this was. I had two world tours and two Vietnam tours
Glass, BobIC3Jan 1967 – Aug 1967EI was in the radio and telivision studio during the '67 Med cruise.
Reed, Charles (Chuck)AE-3Jan 10, 1967 – Sep 20, 1967VF-102Served onboard with VF-102 as Flight deck crew.
Arieno, JoeAMS3Jan 10, 1967 – Sep 18, 1967VAW 33 DET 66anyone out there fron vaw33 det 66 med cruise 1967
Jones, DavidBT3Feb 1967 – Nov 1968Boiler RoomServing on the USS America was some the best years of my life. Hell of a good ride!
Larry, NetoteaAO3Feb 1967 – Dec 1968AM divisonGot to see the world....Thanks America
Vaughn, Arch D.ASCFeb 15, 1967 – Jan 10, 1969IM-4/V-6 GSELPO made Chief on first Nam/World Cruise 1968, had best division on the ship. Have numberous photo's and 8mm on VHS now of first shell back etc.
Parsons, BruceAE2Mar 1967 – Dec 1968VF102
Johnson, Willie. WillETN-4Mar 1, 1967 – Dec 16, 1968E- Division
Lavoie, ChipBMSNMar 15, 1967 – May 31, 1968firstAssigned to foc'sl crew and number one refueling sponson. Great ship. Too bad she's gone.
Parsons, BruceAE 2Apr 1967 – Dec 1968squadron
Tatu, ButchETN2Apr 15, 1967 – Dec 15, 1969OEWhen I think of my days in the Navy, my thoughts always go back to my time aboard the America. I am proud to have served aboard her and am proud of the men who dedicated their time to serve their country. Thank you all.
Hiddema, RogerE4May 1967 – Aug 8, 1969V1Crash Crew - You crash - we dash- You burn- we learn!
Dileo, AnthonyANMay 1967 – Dec 1970V-1
Lance, LarryBT 3May 17, 1967 – Dec 21, 1970B Division 1 MMR, and the Aft Catapult CrewWorked in the aft cats most of the time and enjoyed all the shipmates I worked with.
Turner, JamesRD2Jun 1967 – Nov 11, 1969OI
Frasier, DarrylMM3Jun 3, 1967 – Dec 10, 1970a-2Did the first two westpac cruises. Served proudly on the best ship any sailor would ever want
Frasier, Darryl AMM3Jun 10, 1967 – Dec 10, 1970A-2Best ship in the fleet 2 westpac cruises around the world and around the horn . Would do it again in a minute,sorry to see her go like she did. GOD BLESS AMERICA
Tompkins, SkipABH3Jul 4, 1967 – Dec 18, 1968V3What a Lady she was - greatest Navy ship to ever sail the seas. The Lady made men out of a lot of boys. Serving on the America was the greatest time of my life, mand I would not trade it for anything.
Martin, BobRM3Sep 1967 – Dec 1968CROne of the greatest experiences of my life -- the Ship, Tonkin Gulf, Rio (twice), Subic, Japan, Hong Kong, Sidney, Wellington.
Flood, DexterSA2Sep 1967 – Dec 19681
Flood, DexterSA 2 / BM 2Sep 1967 – Dec 19681stlooking for my buddy : Gerry Epstein, from Dewitt, NY GOOD experience!
Schneider, RonMM3Sep 1967 – Dec 1968A3 DivisionTime I will never foget
Short, BillEM3Sep 1967 – Apr 1970E-2FIRST SHIP.
Duncan, RichardYN3Sep 1, 1967 – Feb 1, 1969As the years have passed I have realized what a great experience serving about AMERICA was. Went around the world with her on her Vietnam cruise.
Citrano, Bill,cidE3Sep 9, 1967 – Jan 9, 19695THTHE BEST TIME OF MY LIFE I MISS TAKING EVERY ONE TO THE BEACH ON MY 50 FT UTILITY BOAT
Bartlett, Robert / BobE3 AIRMANSep 16, 1967 – Mar 19, 1968V 1
Dunn, Gary/dunnerBM3Sep 17, 1967 – Mar 19, 19713rd and 4thGreat ship and great shipmates
Parker, EdgarABE-3Sep 20, 1967 – Jun 29, 1970V-2Work on Cat-1
Halsey, Steven (Mouse)ABE3Sep 21, 1967 – Dec 21, 1970V2Free steak and beer over on Grandy Island Saturday. Hope your sorry butt doesn't have duty that day. Greetings to all my waist cat shipmates.
Carballar, Roberto / CarburatorABH-3Oct 1967 – Oct 1970V-1 DIVISIONI had the greatest expereances ever plus having to work on the flight deck, learned alot about life growing up in the navy ,worked for me.Plus the greates people from all over the U.S. you get to meet an work with .
McDermott, GeoffreyDS1/E-6Oct 1, 1967 – Sep 15, 1971OP, OZ, OEMet ship on Yankee station, served on second NAM cruise in 1970, and a 1971 MED cruise. Too bad the ship wasn't life entended, but since McNamara made it conventional instead of nuclear, I understand why it's mothballed.
Robinson, FrankRD2Oct 10, 1967 – Jan 10, 1971OIServed aboard this proud ship for over 3 years. Made two Vietnam Deploymenst (Round the world Cruises) and visited many foreign ports. Left the Navy shortly after leaving the America, and joined over 10 years later, now a Master Chief and CVA member.
Mattice, DonLTJGNov 1967 – Nov 1969
Hill, John "jack"EM3Nov 1967 – Aug 1969EPower Rewind Shop/Flight Deck C&E Shop... Spent many happy days about the America, Long may she live. Retired from the US Army (Sergeant Major) August 1, 2006.
Cox, Charles E / CharliePT2/PT!Nov 15, 1967 – May 14, 1969OP/IOICGreat ship. Made first 'Round the World'/WestPac cruise
Longworth, JimBT2Nov 15, 1967 – Oct 1971B DivisionI was in B division assigned to 2 MMR and was on 2 west PAC cruises.
Vandiford, Wesley3rd class abh petty officierDec 8, 1967 – Jul 1, 1971v1I did two west pack cruises in 1968 and 1970 tonking gulf Vietnam flight deck operations. Flight deck support fire fighter rescue man and also grounds support supervisor and flight deck ops.
Walsh, Gerard/gerryEM3Dec 24, 1967 – Jul 1, 1971E Safety2 World cruises and experiences that made a boy into a man that can take alot of ****. Thanks to My Navy and my ship. Hello to my old shipmates, we did a good job.
Walsh, GerryEM3Dec 24, 1967 – Jul 1, 1971E-1 Electrical Safety Shop Proud squid and I was proud to serve on the America Great Lakes started a boy into a man, after those years spent on MY SHIP, I left a MAN that could handle anything.

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