The table below contains the names of sailors who served aboard the USS Salerno Bay (CVE 110). 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 9 crew members registered for the USS Salerno Bay (CVE 110).
|Wegwart, Wayne||EM 2/c||1944 – 1946||Electrical||Came aboard as a plank owner, frantically rewired some circuits stuffed in boxes to become operational while being guided down the Portland river by tugs into Puget Sound over to Bremerton...to China..to Norfolk..out '46|
|Osuyos, Basilio||Seaman||Jun 1, 1945 – Dec 1, 1945||3rd Deck||Reenlisted Apr 10 1947. Aviation store keeper. Airframes and engine storage. It was a good ride. I enjoyed it.|
|Krakowski, Janie||S2||1946 – 1948||unk||SWETT, Gene Carroll Researching for Grandfather who served.|
|Cripe, Dale (Odie)||AN||1951 – 1953||Hangar Deck||Came out of boot camp, Great Lakes with 4 others. I had a friend Jim Kennedy from Lowell, Ma. Anyone know of his where abouts?|
|Vanderberg, Willis ( Bud)||AD3||Apr 1, 1951 – Jan 1953||V1||I played guitar in the dance band. Also played country music. Built and flew control linE airplanes on the flight deck. I was in the Captains and the admirals honor guard Along with George Dan, Allen Dietz, Leo Ament,|
|Luquer, Robert E. Bob/luke||Quartermaster 3cl.||Apr 18, 1951 – 1954||Navagation||My fisrt ship right out of boot camp,Newport, RI. there was a group of us all from the same company reporte at the same time to the South Boston , naval shipyard for duty aboard the Sa lerno Bay.|
|Rizzo, Alexander||TM2||Jun 1951 – Nov 1955||F||Hi , I enjoyed playing guitar during happy hour on the hanger deck . Looking to hear from Joe Lewis and/or " Bench " who played the guitar with me .|
|Stover, Paul (Smokey)||Seaman||Oct 1951 – 1953||B Division Boiler Tenders||Hello to all of my fellow Navy Buddies..............and To All serving In our Military Today.|
|Dobbins, Ed||A03||1952 – 1954||aviation ordinance||A hello to all my poker playing buddies aboard in the "ARMY" deck|
There are currently no planned reunions.