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USS John F. Kennedy (CV 67) Crew List

The table below contains the names of sailors who served aboard the USS John F. Kennedy (CV 67). 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 4663 crew members registered for the USS John F. Kennedy (CV 67).

Select the period (starting by the reporting year): precomm – 1967 | 1968 | 1969 | 1970 | 1971 | 1972 | 1973 | 1974 | 1975 | 1976 | 1977 | 1978 | 1979 | 1980 | 1981 | 1982 | 1983 | 1984 | 1985 | 1986 | 1987 | 1988 – 1988 | 1989 | 1990 | 1991 | 1992 | 1993 | 1994 | 1995 | 1996 | 1997 | 1998 | 1999 | 2000 | 2001 | 2002 | 2003 | 2004 | 2005 – now

NameRank/RatePeriodDivisionRemarks/Photo
Osterloh, Britt1988 – 1990G-3I'm looking for "Scooch" and "Rat"
McCright, ScottABE31988 – 1991V-2The Kennedy was my first and only ship that I served on. What a great ride! Such great people...I experienced things that only those who served will ever know. I was sorry to see her go to retirement. Hello to all my fellow shipmates..
McCain, FAN1988 – 1990V0 i had a great time saw the world, and loved it. Also miss the excitement so many years later.
McCain, FAN1988 – 1990Air V0 I worked in pri fly and in air office never found a job since that is as much fun. Worked with a small division of great personell. Capt Francisco "mad dog" I I still miss the traveling. The evevry day challanges I miss thanks.
Williamson, Todd/willyMM21988 – 1993M-DIV/4MMRENGINE ROOM MACHINIST MATES WERE THE HARDEST WORKING SAILORS ON THE SHIP. FIRST ONES ON THE SHIP AND THE LAST ONES TO LEAVE.
Elwell, VictorMM31988 – 1991A
Carter, Cary (Bones)ABE1988 – 1990V-2 Arresting GearGlad this site is here. Hello to all my gear rats! Hope all are well.
Lott, LeslieIC31988 – 1991E-Div
McKenzie, Shane(Mac)(pac-man)E-31988 – 1992v-2 Waist CatsCapt Chronograph here, Whats up V-2 Waist Cats . Whats up Hess, Hawkes, Zach, Law, Franklin,Nelson and the rest of from V-2.
Curtis, DavidCTR21988 – 1989OperationsIt was an honor to serve aboard the JFK and go on a 6-month Med Cruise!
Fisher, MarkHM31988 – 1989MedicalWorked a variety of areas in Medical, but if you ever received any vaccinations, more than likely I was the one giving them.
Stahurski, Rick profile iconO31988 – 1990S1I was first in S10 Supply Quality Control Officer then a as S1 Stick Control Officer.
Walsh, JefferyAT2Jan 1, 1988 – Aug 31, 1992IM3Worked in WC 610/660 as a Sonar Technician. Ran the TARPS shop during Desert Storm. Had a great time serving on board the Kennedy.
Brown, ThomasIC2Jan 2, 1988 – Jul 20, 1991EThis was my first command. I had a great tour on board. I have never been back in E-div. It has been Combat Systems. I am now an IC1 (SW) and I will retire May of 2007. Hello Cristofferson and Lott.
Lewis, JohnSNJan 3, 1988 – Apr 2, 19881stWas only on a short time, but I will remember how big she is always!!
James, OsborneABH3 OSBORNEJan 4, 1988 – Aug 17, 1991V3Looking for my lost buddies. You can find me on Facebook Jim Osborne. It would be great to hear from you guys!!!
Parker, BillOS3Jan 13, 1988 – Jul 14, 1991oiwhat fun we had ?
Frahm, JamesAE3Jan 15, 1988 – Feb 23, 1991AIMD SEAOPDETMET ALOT OF GREAT GUYS THERE SAD TO HEAR THERE DECOMMISIONING HER NEXT WEEK WISH I WOULD HAVE KNOWN WOULD HAVE LIKED TO GO. I WAS BORN IN 1967 SAME YEAR SHE WAS LAUNCHED ITS PRETTY SAD TO SEE HER GO
Martin, ReggieFC2 (SW/AW)Feb 1988 – Jul 1993SAM/OEMNothing like the time spent on the Big John.
Frey, JamesAZ3Feb 1988 – Mar 1991IM-1I have many fond memories of "Big John",and the crew members with which I served. Tried to get on board for a walk down memory lane while the boat was recently in Norfolk, but alas it didn't come to fruition. Fair winds and following sea
Jenkins, David (Jinx)DP3Feb 1988 – May 1990S7Proud to have served! I have a lot of great memories and had a blast on the Med cruise.
Chieco, JonathanAT2(AW/SW)Feb 1988 – Sep 1991AIMD /IM-5USS JFK CV-67 was the best carrier in the fleet. Served in AIMD CAL LAB 670 & Repair Locker 1FOX. Great crew ! Lybian shoot down 1/3/89 and Desert Shield/Storm . Many ports of call, many good friends & memories.
Bennett, Roger DocHM2(AW/FMF)Feb 1988 – Dec 1988VMA(AW)533/Medical Dept/HMed Cruise 1988
Carter, CharlesE 4Feb 4, 1988 – Oct 12, 1991VAW 126
Monroe, BrianRM2Feb 5, 1988 – Sep 4, 1991CRLooking for the following shipmates: Mike Belcher, Doug Ash, Scott Thornberry, or anyone who served on Big J from 1988-1991 send me a email
Commisso, PaulABEC RetiredFeb 5, 1988 – Oct 1991V-2 Bow Gear MS
Taylor, VictorE-3Feb 13, 1988 – Apr 15, 1989FlagThe Best Time of my Life!!! Some of my shipmates may remember me as the "flag" whistler...I always whistled. I also got accepted to BOOST and went to San Diego for the program.
Blackmon, KennethRM2Feb 28, 1988 – Jul 16, 1992CR
Riggs, BrianADANMar 1988 – Mar 1991Jet ShopI was there for Desert Storm in the jet shop with a great group of guys. I miss Ping Pong on the plywood on top of the tool boxes. And our own Laundry facilities.
Spencer, MikeE-3Mar 1988 – Mar 1991X-1I'm extremely proud to be able to call myself a "Big John" sailor. Not a day goes by, that I don't think about, and miss, my time aboard "Big John." Great Times, Great Friends, and Great Experiences.
Immel, Phillip(Joe)WT2Mar 1988 – Jun 1991WBest time of my lifed
Smith, JerryE-4Mar 1, 1988 – May 8, 1992I-M3Desert Storm Vet- The Good Gulf War
Blask, MarkMS3Mar 10, 1988 – Mar 7, 1991Supply S-53 carriers later and Big John is still the best of the lot. 2 Meds, Lauderdale, Boston and NYC for Fleetweek. I showed up an MSSR without a clue and left with a foundation to build a career on. Spanky, Pete, Big Will, Patterson, Buddy J: holla.
Cayetano, DennisABE3Mar 15, 1988 – Mar 10, 1991V-2Looking for my Gear Rat and for my catapult buddies
Rushton, EddieLtjgMar 15, 1988 – Jul 23, 1990Security
McCallum, GaryE-5/AZ2Mar 26, 1988 – Mar 3, 1992IM-2I served in the IM-2 Division Office.
Davis, Derrick (Double D)AQ/AT2Mar 28, 1988 – Mar 31, 2001AIMD/IM3 SEAOPDET
Henrichson, SteveABH2Apr 1988 – Jun 1990V-1 Crash and SalvageI will never forget the time I spent onboard or the Things we did just because we were the JFK
Casper, ChrisHM3Apr 1988 – Apr 1990MedicalI learned so much from my shipmates there. I remember Tryon and Kennedy. Fort Lauderdale and the rescue of the training submarine. The Med Cruise and Palma. The medical department took over a bar.
Cotterell, ButchBT3Apr 1988 – Apr 26, 1991B DivisionDang these were some good times. Sure wish I could get together with some of the guys I used to hang out with then.
Rhett, TimE-4Apr 1, 1988 – Mar 1, 1992V4Loved working below decks as a Pump Room Operator especially during desert storm.
Dyer, RandyAGCSApr 1, 1988 – Apr 30, 1990OA
Fabian, MikeEM2Apr 3, 1988 – Apr 12, 1993E
Dobson, BradleyE2Apr 5, 1988 – Mar 1, 1991Airman
Sage, DavidBT2Apr 10, 1988 – May 20, 1991B Division/S-9 Division
Henrichson, StevenABH2Apr 20, 1988 – Jun 24, 1990V-1Served in Crash and Salvage until I made E-5 then worked in supply until I transfered to Meridian Ms.
Martinez, Alberto (Marty)ADAN / AD3May 1988 – Jul 1991HS-71988 med cruise,desert shield/storm cruise.One ofthe best times of my life.Made a lot of friends and was part of history on a good ship. I have the great privilege of having one of the last flags in my shadow box and very proud of it!!.
Oost, JamesDP1May 5, 1988 – Oct 12, 1989OXIt was a heck of a trip. Miss you guys. Anyone still out there? Give me a shout. Darn screwed up back.
Smearman, Michaele-4May 16, 1988 – May 17, 1988shjohn halstead and Rodney huffman
Gammon, ChuckAMS3May 20, 1988 – Mar 20, 1991AIMD AirframesAIMD Structure Mechanic SEAOPDET from NAS Oceana. Greetings to any of the "Breakfast Bretheren."
Barron, JoeCorporalJun 1988 – Jun 1990Marine Detachment
Sawicki, David W. SsawickiBTC (SW)Jun 5, 1988 – Aug 15, 1991Primary: BLCPO For #'s 2 & 3 MMRs / Steam Generating Plant Inspector and LCPO of the Boiler Repair and Automatic Boiler Controls Shop. TAD as Chief Mess Decks Master at Arms - Everybody's Boogey Man, the guy you love to hate
Walker, Big Time Walkerms3Jun 8, 1988 – Nov 15, 1990s2
Nelson, LynSMSNJun 10, 1988 – Oct 26, 1989nav
Borelli, MikeE-4Jun 16, 1988 – Sep 19, 1992G-3 Aviation Ordnance "Magrats" 'IYAOYAS'I want to talk 2the guys I partied with & worked side by side with during an amazing time in my life. Only you guys know what we went through and the amazing accomplishments we made.To email me (mborelli2010@gmail.com)
Norman, StevenE4Jun 20, 1988 – Oct 19, 1992BI really enjoyed my time on the Kennedy and met alot of great people. Would be great to hear from some of my old crew mates from the ship.
Costa, MikeBT3Jun 25, 1988 – May 15, 1991B-Div 2MMRMade 2 cruises on Big John. Had some great times!! Leaving Phil Bargman passed out drunk in that cave in Toulon was fun! A shout out to all my fellow snipes!! I'll never forget all the good times I had with you guys!!
Piotrowski, LeonardSGTJul 1988 – Feb 1989IM-3/VMA(AW)-533Work Center 64D
Jackson, BrianPC2Jul 1988 – Mar 1992X-3
Hodgeman, RodneyMmFnJul 1988 – Aug 10, 1990Engineering
Cline, ScottEM3Jul 4, 1988 – Mar 5, 1993E-DivisionLooking back on the times I had in E-division with the men that I am so proud to say that I know. God Bless you all
Fatiga, Bobame3Jul 8, 1988 – Jul 1, 1991va-75 sundaypunches seat shop/line div final checker
Kelly, Pearbodybt3Jul 13, 1988 – Aug 14, 1990b divisiongood times , ended w a thud . but fun
Kern, NickHT2Jul 15, 1988 – Nov 15, 1991R
Maine, BobRMC(SW)Aug 1988 – Jan 1, 1991CRFound memories of a great crew and ship.
Bastin, JohnnyE-4Aug 1988 – Feb 1989VMA-533 USMC AviationI saved the young shipmate at Antalia Beach, Turkey. He had his leg crushed in an accident and I'm the Marine that got him back to the ship.
Kyle, ChuckAQ3Aug 1988 – Apr 1991AIMD 65P VASTSEAOPDET NAS Cecil Field FL
Daniels, RodneyBM2Aug 1988 – Jul 19902ND/3RDMy time on the big john was some of the best time I spent in the navy. I have been out 26 years and I still miss it, I use my navy skills everyday. where are all the guys from deck dept?
Montgomery, MarkAT3Aug 1988 – Feb 1989AIMDAIMD, SeaOpDet, from Norfolk Va. My 2nd Med Cruise on the JFK. I was in the Comm/Nav, 610, shop in AIMD.
Kitchen, Jeffat2Aug 2, 1988 – Jan 11, 1993im3
Wulff, TodCorporal E-4Aug 2, 1988 – Feb 1, 1989VMA(AW)-533 Fire Control W/C 260
Crader, HomerQM3Aug 4, 1988 – Apr 15, 1988Navigation - NNQuite possibly the best times of my life...I wish I would have known at the time. I made wonderful friends such as COWBOY, LIPPER, OPIE, and David L. and many more..Dr. Strange, Ted Allen W. I will never forget any of you guys..ever!
Filler, RobertMSSNAug 8, 1988 – Dec 29, 1990S-2
Dinatale, NicolasAT2Aug 9, 1988 – Jul 16, 1994VA-75Two med cruises on the Kennedy including Desert Shield/Storm. Dedicated a site to VA-75, www.sundaypunchers.com
Mielke, ChadABH3Sep 1988 – Aug 1991VO=PRIFLYNever thought I would find myself saying this but this was the best time of my younger years, great guys to work with and for.
Lindsey, JonathanDP3Sep 1988 – Sep 1991s-7just saying hello for now.. i was flown onto the ship in the med in sept 1988, was in desert shield/storm and left the ship in sept 1991 for ctw-1 meridian, mississippi.. i had many great times on big john
Lawson, RobertCTM2(AW)Sep 3, 1988 – Aug 1, 1991OS (SSES)Best of times and the worst of times. The most memorable 3 years of my life. I attended the decom ceremony on March 23, 2007, and it was a very bitter-sweet event. Big John will live forever in memories. Here's to ya Big John.
Blinick, WilliamMMFA-MM3Oct 1988 – Mar 1992M Div 3MMR
McMillan, PatrickE3Oct 5, 1988 – Oct 1, 1992AN/, V-0,V-1 Division
Brown, Paul EMM3Oct 7, 1988 – Jan 19, 1992MJust looking to reunite with old shipmates.
Stupca, KenHMCS/HMCMOct 10, 1988 – Jul 10, 1991MEDICALABSOLUTELY PROUD OF MY FELLOW CORPSMAN I HAD THE PLEASURE OF SERVING WITH (BLUE M IN 1990). MED. 88 AND DESERT SHIELD/STORM.
Weigelt, MarkATANOct 10, 1988 – Nov 27, 1989WC 610I worked in the COM NAV center shop 610. I loved my time on the Kennedy. I miss the Ocean!
Smearman, MichaelSH3Oct 14, 1988 – May 17, 1992S-3Had a great time. Med was great. The freinds I made doing my time on Big John were great and we had a great time together........
Blinick, BillMM3Oct 15, 1988 – Oct 15, 19923MMRTo bad the navy let the ship fall from what it was to what it became. Many fond memories of the Big John from fleetweek to Boston and through the Gulf War. Made some great friends and miss seeing the "portrait" in the AMR.
Henslee, Randymm1Oct 25, 1988 – Sep 28, 1992G-4
Dunbar, TyroneE5/MMOct 30, 1988 – Apr 5, 1992ENG / 4MMR "BIG JOHN" was my first ship and back then and still today in my book will always be the best in the fleet. If your ever in my area call me up (757)513-6155
Mullins, RayAQ1Nov 1988 – 1992IM-3Ships's company. My last and favorite ship.
Humphrey, MichaelE2 airmanNov 15, 1988 – Nov 22, 1991Flight deckI really enjoyed my time abroad I seen I lot of different countries and served my country proudly both my grandfather died while I was serving they both were in the navy in ww2
Frahm, JamesCV 67Nov 16, 1988 – Feb 23, 1991im3was a part of seaopdet work in im 3 690 cable/connector and micro minatrue repair
Trevino, EnriqueBM3Nov 20, 1988 – Jul 16, 1992Deck3rd Division
Rivera, Anibal Nickname JoeyPH3 TO PH2Nov 22, 1988 – Nov 27, 1991OPS/OP PHOTOWhat a ride!
Beck, RandyABFANDec 1988 – Jul 1992V4First ship of many. Still in the Navy and currently a Chief. Still married with two daughters.
Sullivan, EdwardMS2Dec 1988 – Dec 1990S-2
Taylor, WilliamE4Dec 10, 1988 – Feb 14, 1991BOILERROOM/ #1 MAIN SPACE

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