The table below contains the names of sailors who served aboard the USS Currituck (AV 7). 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 13 crew members registered for the USS Currituck (AV 7).
|Lauzau, Ronald||Seaman First Class||Feb 14, 1952 – Sep 18, 1954||Seaman||departed Norfolk 23 August 1952 for a cruise which included visits to Thoneim, [[Norway]], and [[Leith|Leith, Scotland]], returning to her home port 17 October. After local operations and a brief voyage to [[Bermuda]], she sailed again from Norfolk 24 Au|
|Johnson, Raymond G. ( Butch)||1954 – 1958||looking for anyone that might have served with my father, or knows where to get information on this ship USS CURRITUCK, he served in and around 1954 to1958, he was a fireman's apprentice, and other positions. contact me email@example.com|
|Gasior, Edward "Eddie"||Aviation Electrician Mate 3rd class petty officer||1954 – 1956||US 6th Fleet|
|De Costerd, Fredric||ET3||1954 – 1955||Operations|
|Dunlap, Paul||GMG3 (DV)||1964 – 1965||G||Served in both "F" and "G" divisions while aboard. Was also one of ship's divers. Was aboard when at Cam Ranh, VN. Really enjoyed my time aboard the Currituck. She was a fine ship with a great crew.|
|Jones, Fred||MM3||1965 – 1967||M Division||Great ship. I was saddened when I learned it was cut up for scrap.|
|Anderson, Terry||AB||1965 – Jun 1967||V-1||Good times aboard the Currituck. Great liberty ports and old friends. I was the AFT Crane Operator. ( AIRDALE ) Sometimes worked the boats when the crane was not in use.|
|Zerillo, William||e3||1966 – 1967||v1|
|Zerillo, William||E-3||1966 – 1966||V1|
|Miller, Ken||LI-3||Jan 1966 – 1967||X|
|Krushe, Ronald||QM2||Jun 15, 1966 – May 15, 1968||NAVIGATION||I really liked my time on Currituck, it was the drinkingest crew I ever served with. I was drunk for 10 months I think. Lots of laughs I can remember when I think back on those days. I retired in January 1982 as a QMC. Burt Ware where are U|
|Prado, Thomas||ET3||Aug 1966 –||Operations||Had alot of good times with friends and shipmates during our 1966-67 Wes-Pac cruise. Sad to steam the old gal up to Vallejo for decommisioning.|
|Rudd, Charles||HM3||Dec 1966 – 1967||Sick Bay||Served as corpsman. Enjoyed the different ports of call and Okinawa. After decommission in Vallejo went to DaNang for one year.|
There are currently no planned reunions.