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USS Carl Vinson (CVN 70) Crew List

The table below contains the names of sailors who served aboard the USS Carl Vinson (CVN 70). 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 1349 crew members registered for the USS Carl Vinson (CVN 70).

Select the period (starting by the reporting year): precomm – 1980 | 1981 | 1982 | 1983 | 1984 – 1984 | 1985 | 1986 | 1987 | 1988 – 1989 | 1990 – 1991 | 1992 | 1993 | 1994 | 1995 – 1996 | 1997 – 1998 | 1999 – 2000 | 2001 – 2002 | 2003 – 2005 | 2006 – now

Voyer, PhilipHT21984 – 1987Repair
Ritter, Thomas AE-41984 – 1985Marine DetachmentWest-pac 84-85 Best group of Marines and Sailors in History!!
Luna, JesseE3/AB1984 – 1985V1 AirThis was the greatest time of my life!
Ritter, ThomasE-41984 – 1985MARDETSemper Fi !!!
Richey, LaurinAME21984 – 1987VA-52Va-52 ame shop and troubleshooter
Mayse, Roy DavidAME21984 – 1987VA52WORKED IN SEAT SHOP/PLANE CAPTAIN 1987-1991 AIMD 800 DIV. SEAT SHOP.
McKinney, AndyAO31984 – 1986G-2/WepsA lot of great memories, not the least of which was the soda mess we ran out of the shop near the rear mess deck.
Stanley, Alvin StanleySGT1984 – 1986MARDET It was great two years aboard the greatest ship in the Navy. WesPac 84-85 was the best time I had in my intire time in the Marines.
Nosbisch, MooseAQ31984 – 1987VA-52
Gallagher, MichaelSK3 1984 – 1986S-1 Stock ControlI started working in stock control then was assigned as dept yeoman for Capt. R.M.Mitchell
Carrick, JcABH11984 – 1993V1
Woodward, Edward (Woody) profile iconen31984 – Mar 25, 1988A-gangEA04 AC&R, EA02 Steam Heat, and EA05 Emergency Diesels
Howe, Mark profile iconAQ21984 – 1989AIMDSpent a long 5 years as ships company in Avionics shop7. I remember a conversation with the Command Master chief that it was OK to shave WOGS...just don't paint them. Best memories of my life.
Swanton, Greg. SwannyABE 31984 – 1988V2
Jacks, HerbertMAC1984 – 1988X-4
Doherty, MichaelMM31984 – 1988Hydraulics
Felix, LloydAC2Jan 1984 – Dec 1986OCProud member of CATCC Church.
Schmidt, PaulMM3 - NUCJan 1984 – Feb 1985Reactor Forward PlantHad a great time.
Finney, MikeHT3Jan 1984 – May 1986Eng R DivWould love to go on one more cruise, been retired for 7 yrs. Everything good that happen to me was because of the Navy
Zeve, VictorDP1Jan 1984 – Jul 1985OZ
Rick, SparrowABE AAJan 1, 1984 – Nov 29, 1985V2man i had a blast on that wes pac and worked on cat 3.whats up spanky
Wolfe, KevinRMSN/RM3Jan 1, 1984 – Oct 1, 1987CR Div/Comm DeptGood Times/Good Shipmates
Hammond, JeffreyE-5Jan 2, 1984 – Sep 1, 1987M-DivBest day of my life was September 1, 1987 - terminal leave and the beginning of the rest of my life!
Nelson, MitchellASE3Jan 10, 1984 – Mar 12, 1985IM4HAD SOME GOOD TIMES ON THE VINSON
Cooper, AnthonyET1Jan 14, 1984 – Dec 21, 1989RCThe job was great, the rules were intolerable.
Modlin, CharlesE7 retiredJan 30, 1984 – Feb 10, 1986OERadar and navaids EMO FT's in operations instead of weapons. Retired to work at Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, left on Friday started work at LLNL on Monday.
Harris, LeeFeb 1984 – Jan 1986V-1Looking for James Gardner
Reed, HenryMMCSFeb 10, 1984 – Apr 20, 1987RMMy job was in Rx but the memories are bigger. I moved to the Philippines after I retired so I live The Crew lifestyle every day .... it's great!! Holla if you're in my neck of the woods
Batie, MichaelMM2Mar 1984 – Jun 1989RM807 Baby! Heard from one of my long lost crew & decided to update: Do ya think any one found the Hustler and bottle of whiskey left in the RC pad-eye?
Hogan, DialloLCPL / E-3Mar 1984 – Mar 1986MarDet.Great times serving with the mardet. We were all a band of brothers, sometimes bandits! I most cherished the memories of the close friends I made. Shout out to Gill,Moya,Somera,Sheppard,Kersch,Helsel,and everyone else .
Ramos, LuisE4 / ABH3Mar 1984 – Nov 1987V3 (Hangar Bay 2)Worked as a yellow shirt and forklift driver. This was the greatest adventure one could ever wish for, at a young age. I still remember many of you. Thank you all for your friendship, and the good memories.
Linarez, CoreyABE3Mar 1, 1984 – Apr 5, 1988v-2ray and skip. whats up.ive been looking for you two for a while.
Kuehnle, DonLCDRMar 6, 1984 – Mar 4, 1986WeaponsAdventure of a lifetime
Bustos, AlbertoSN E-3Mar 8, 1984 – Feb 4, 1986S-9HI Gonzo, Krasnecky, Alexis,
Grabman, MichaelHM3Mar 10, 1984 – Mar 20, 1988Medical
Montileaux, WesleyABE-3Mar 11, 1984 – Mar 11, 1988Worked in the Air Dept. Arresting Gear for 2 years. then worked in the V-5 Tower as a spotter.
Sheppard, Ricardo (Rick)E-2 MARDETMar 16, 1984 – Apr 1986MardetTwo great years. I came on board after the world cruise and did the West Pac. 107 Days at sea. Sgt Triveno, Cpl Shamel, Capt Johnson. There was also a cook Moyd who realy look out for hungry marines.
Ziegler, JamesE6 MM1Apr 1984 – Aug 1986Eng
Brinich, John (Wennie Head)E-5Apr 1984 – May 1988RMRM-12, Unit # 1 was superior to Unit # 2 and probably still is. "The Crue" is still alive -- we actually made it out alive. The Vinson memories are outstanding. 2 West Pac, highest ORSE marks ever at the time. Loved PI and Perth. Chuckie V
Gailes, CarlSgtApr 1984 – Apr 1986Marine Detachmentgreat time, shout out to carrier(where's paitence), Burns (i.m into new wave now,Sterner (call me billy idol) byrnes (long live the irish Hymes (look out arnold) Palmer (i am clint eastwood stunt double Sulivan
Fox, Anthony ( Tony)E-3 AirmenApr 1984 – Apr 1986V-1Worlked in Fly2 and 3 Blue shirt- was on deck when the filmed TOP GUN. Worked with ABH-Scoty Watkins and Airmen Savage, And Todd Rybicki and all of the Other great V-1 Crew. Had a great time.
Abduk-khaliq, AmynE-4/DP3Apr 1984 – Oct 1985Shipboard Non-Tactical Automated Data Processing - SNAP
Chrestoff, ChristopherABHApr 1, 1984 –C-3
Silvey, LarryET3Apr 6, 1984 – Jun 26, 1987Reactor Controls2 RIMPACs, 2 WESTPACs, 2 trips to Australia!! IW on "excellent" '87 ORSE, left during Hunter's Point overhaul. Work at Intel in Santa Clara now. NAS Alameda ia awfully quiet now...
Storbakken, StormyMM2 FROCKED MM1Apr 6, 1984 – Jun 6, 1988RTReally liked the power plant, did not like the USN at all. ETCM Renehan truly rocked an extraordinary man and leader.
Brown, JimMM2May 1984 – May 1986A
Brown, RobertCTO3May 1984 – Apr 1987OSWhat a great time we had.
Holt, GkABE-2May 1984 – Feb 1987V-2 Cat 3/4: D/CWonderful experience I would not trade for anything! Worked with some crazy dudes... Worked Console/Waterbrakes/ICCS Ran Weight board.. Teach High School History Techology in Arkansas.. Miss the smell of the open sea...
Cummings, MaddogFC3May 1984 – May 1988OEMI had fun on borad the Carl Vinson i miss my old friends and those D&D game now it only world of war craft , i hope life has been good to them my name on wow is nighthawkone
Pires, JohnAMH2May 1, 1984 – Jan 22, 1988AIMD Hydraulics ShopStarted out a grape, ended up a bubble chaser. One of the best decisions was the NAVY & the Chucky V! Looking for some pictures if there out there.
Sparrow, RickabeaaMay 1, 1984 – Nov 30, 1986v2
Sparrow, Ricke2May 15, 1984 – Nov 29, 1985v2
Garcia, Ray D.AO2Jun 1984 – Apr 1988G1-Flight DeckNo Regrets with the Navy
Phillips, ScottMM2Jun 1984 – May 1988RM807
Campbell, JohnABF3Jun 1984 – Mar 26, 1988V-4Worked Flight Deck and QA Lab '84-'88 Best of Times
Luallen, Robert H. ( The Louie) Or (lu)ABh 3Jun 15, 1984 – Jan 22, 1988V -3I miss the good buddies I had .Every morn Iwake up missing the fleet., we cannot change our life gone by. Never forgot the wave missing me by inches,or holding Chrestoffs hand with MCNair .I loved the traveling .
Shea, BrianABH3Jun 20, 1984 – Mar 19, 1987V1We had some great times both onboard & onshore. Working on the flight deck as a 19-22 yr old kid was as exciting as you can imagine, and the port stops even more! Good luck to all my former shipmates!!!
Thorndycraft, TomEM2Jul 1984 – Feb 1, 1990E-3 (Fresh Air Snipe)Greetings, Yes, there were some good times onboard the "Chuckie V"! I often went by the nickname "T-Bird". Write when you can, fellow crew members!
Garden, DavidDC2Jul 12, 1984 – Apr 23, 1988repairI had a great time during my service on the "Chuck." I still have contact with several of my shipmates but would like to find others.
Betts, JeffreyAC2Aug 1984 – Dec 1989OCProud member of Church of CATCC
Smith, ByronEM2Aug 1, 1984 – Jun 9, 1988REMy fondest memories are Captain Duck, the B*+@h Bood in #1 Reactor Plant and 807 Baby.... Look me up if you are interested and hope your memories are as fond as mine!
Albrecht, ThomasMS2Aug 10, 1984 – Feb 1988Supply / S-2Hardest damn tour in my career, but by far the most memorable & satisfying! 107 days in "IO", X-mas in PI, America's cup in Perth, Tiger Cruises & "Steel Beach" picnics with Dad! Food Service NEY Award winner!!
Scaggs, SteveMM2Aug 19, 1984 – Oct 1, 1987MFirst tour on the Vinson was assigned to 1MMR . Did second tour from 9/08/90 to 10/20/92 was RM div in 1RAR then left as LPO
Pineiro Jr, Israel profile iconAD2Sep 1984 – Feb 1988AIMDThe best time I had was spending X-mas and New Years in Subic, PI.
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Stover, EricMS3Sep 5, 1984 – Mar 6, 1988S-2Aft galley, nights. Bake shop, nights. Missin the guys. Brazil, Crump,Smitty, Albright, Turner, Foster, Thompson, Janachek, Mehaan, Halpen, Lefty, Sides. SKID ROW and Jack. Spades King w/ Lowry. Whats up w/ your hand?
Barthelow, Richard (Dirk)MM3 NUCLEAR POWERSep 7, 1984 – Oct 17, 1988RM Reactor Mechanical4 years 2+ WestPACs Great experience. Great friends.
Monn, StanleyABF3Sep 17, 1984 – Apr 22, 1987V - 4Had alot of good times on the "Chucky V"! Remember slapping spades with my tag team partner Stu! V-4 was a good division with alot of good people! GRAPES RULE!
Tomassi, Ron "taco"ADANOct 1984 – Oct 1988AIR V/O - AIMD IM2 JET SHOPGreat time, great people, GREAT EXPERIENCE!!!
Sundquist, Daneabf2Oct 1984 – Jul 19, 1987v4Two West Packs and a life time of memories. not a day goes by that i do not remember something about my time in the Navy
Soza, Joseph "Joey"YN3Oct 1, 1984 – Apr 1, 1988V-2
Williams Chris, Willie WillAIRMANOct 12, 1984 – Jun 15, 1987V1Elevator Operator, Fight Deck Control.
Tomassi, RonaldADANOct 13, 1984 – Oct 1988AIMD/IM2
MacHado, MikeMM1Nov 10, 1984 – Nov 10, 1988reactorWas assigned to #1 plant in engineering/reactor dept. Made 3 west pack deployments. We received the only superior rating for ORSE inspection for a carrier at that time.
Kelly, MikeAirman/DP3Nov 22, 1984 – Nov 17, 1987V3/Mngmtworked hangar 3 F-14 tomcats. Shellbacks rule
Barak, David "slo-mo"AW2Dec 1984 – Feb 1987VS-29AW2 in S3s, remember my buds, still in contact with a few.
Bellamy, Layne Aka Big BMS2Dec 1984 – 1989S-2 S-5107 days in the IO, Ney Award, The Bearing Sea Bandits, You name it I did it. The Chuckie V, kept the crew fed. (LOL) Some of the best times of my life and some of the worst. Woulden't trade it for the world. My the wind be at our backs!
Andersen, KirkPN3Dec 1984 – Jan 1986Personnel
Heck, KellyDS2Dec 1984 – Feb 1989OEDWorked out of CIC maintenance. Did 3 WEST PACS good thing I was young then. Still in Calif. Bay Area, married 17 years, 2 daughters and 2 grand daughters.
Havens, PeteHt3Dec 4, 1984 – Sep 8, 1987RepairHad a great time. When I was in. Made lots of good friends. Wish I would have taken it more seriously at the time. All in all it was a great experience!
Arruda, BobAT3Dec 7, 1984 – Jun 7, 1988AIMD IM3Honorably Discharged :)
Yates, Jerry WMs2Dec 7, 1984 – Aug 1, 1989S-2Best 5 years spent it’s a shame I let my wife talk me getting out
Pierce, RussAO2Dec 31, 1984 – Aug 23, 1984G-3 ELEVATORS Had alot of fun but also alot of work. Would not want to do it again but no regrets at all . Besides i could not go that long away from riding bike

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