The table below contains the names of sailors who served aboard the USS Mindoro (CVE 120). 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 17 crew members registered for the USS Mindoro (CVE 120).
|?, Jack, John ?||Looking for family or crew memeber||Jan 1, 1900 –||Not sure||I bought a 22 rifle and found under the buttplate of it the name Jack with ships Antietam 36, Leyte 32 and Mindoro 120 written down. Also the it says jack & Dianne 6-27-1959 with hearts and U.S. navy. big 3 j's|
|Warner, Merlin (Mern)||First Class||1944 – 1946||Second||Live in Tawas, Michigan Email: firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Giacobbe, Andrew (Andy)||FIREMAN 1ST CLASS||Jul 30, 1946 – Sep 1, 1946||Engineering|
|Kennedy, Robert||ABM 2||Nov 1948 – Apr 1952||V1||I was aboard the Mighty Minie in 1948 to 1952. I am looking for a fellow shipmate or his where abouts, Gordon Foresberg.|
|Gydesen, Bob||ET 2||Sep 1949 – Aug 1951||ER||Made A lot of interesting ports|
|Frazer, Ken||SK2||Sep 1949 – Jan 1953||Supply||I worked in the Supply office for over three years. My email address (captkef) has nothing at all to do with the USN.|
|Donovan E. Hendrick, Don||S1||1950 – 1951||Gunnery Office Yeoman||Was on board to med carrying 40 planes to Brindisi, Italy VilleFrance, Monaco when Earl Flynn was married in Monte Carlo. Flynn, I think, broke a leg on his boat and was brought aboard for Navy Doctor to fix.|
|Bower, Jack||AN||Feb 1950 – Nov 1950||V3 & H||Cruised St. Lawrence River to Quebec then New York City (4 July 1950) on the way back to Norfolk. In Aug 1950 went to the Med transporting about 40 aircraft to Brindisi Italy.|
|Pudwill, James||MM3||Apr 1, 1950 – Aug 1, 1952||Engine Room||It's been 60 years now, and not many guys are signed in. Just for the heck of it, I decided to add my name in case someone from the engine room is still curious enough to check it out|
|Costello, John Costello||AKAN||Nov 14, 1950 – Jul 1953||S-1|
|Costello, John Costello||AKAN||Nov 14, 1950 – Jul 1953|
|Jacobs, Joe ( Jake||ABM3||May 15, 1951 – Apr 10, 1954||V-1||Because of my size, I was assigned as a "hook" man in arresting gear..eventually transferred to the H-2 Cat group. Have many fond memories of my time 0n the Mighty Minnie.|
|Durrence, Gene||ET2||Aug 15, 1951 – Nov 15, 1953||ER and later OE|
|Michel, Vernon||Stewart||1952 – 1956||Stewart Division||Vernon Michel is looking for anyone who remembers when he was on the USS Mindoro in 1952-1956.|
|Goldsmith, James R"Goldie"||AB2||Jan 1952 – Jan 5, 1954||V-1 Rep 1 baker||Worked as Blue shirt couple of months made AB3,yellow shirt Fly 3 then AB2 Rep 1, H-2 Cat couple of months,NAS Jaksonville AB1 April 54, Coral Sea 56-57. Then USAF next 12 yrs, MSgt retired|
|Tampone, Michael||SM||Apr 1952 – Sep 1952||Deck force||I was assigned to the Mindoro after completion of Boot camp at Newport, RI... While on the Minee, I re-call working the paint locker, I made the Getmo, Port of Prence. In Sept of 52 I was transfered to the USS Leyte CV|
|Hammell, Jack H.||Nov 13, 1954 – May 22, 1955||Disbursing office||I was a 3th Class Petty Officer in the Disbursing Office. I sail a few trip to the Carib and one sailing to the Med.|
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