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USS Iwo Jima (LPH 2) Crew List

The table below contains the names of sailors who served aboard the USS Iwo Jima (LPH 2). 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 829 crew members registered for the USS Iwo Jima (LPH 2).

Select the period (starting by the reporting year): precomm – 1962 | 1963 – 1965 | 1966 – 1967 | 1968 – 1969 | 1970 – 1972 | 1973 – 1974 | 1975 – 1976 | 1977 – 1979 | 1980 – 1981 | 1982 – 1983 | 1984 – 1985 | 1986 – 1987 | 1988 | 1989 | 1990 | 1991 – now

NameRank/RatePeriodDivisionRemarks/Photo
Mills, Anthony (Tony)RD-31963 – 1966OILOOKING FOR SHIPMATES THAT REMEMBER DISEMBARKING SHIP IN VIETNAM. NEED PROOF FOR MEDICAL REASONS. LOOKING FOR ED McCLOSKEY RD3 C WHITLOW RDSN, W A WARF RDC, AND JERRY HAUBER ETR2 OR ANYONE IN CIC GANG. GREAT MEMORIES OF THE IWO JIMA
Blanchard, GeraldRM 31963 – 1964FLAGGreat times on 2. The 4th of July in the sea of Japan, one of the most beautiful nights ever. Most scared was being chase up the Sea of Japan by a storm and hearing the expansion beams GROWN! Aboard in Norfolk fore scr
Bossick, GeorgeE3Jan 1963 – Apr 1966OIRemember the WesPac cruises and all the ports we visited and the good times in CIC
Shepherd, FrankGMG3Mar 1963 – Oct 1966Fox DivisionI was a kiddie cruiser on board the Iwo. I loved it. The people for the most part were great and the times I had were also. It made me grow up in a hurry. I miss her. And i agree Capt Scott was the BEST.
Wilson, ByronRDJul 1963 – Oct 1964OION THE FIRST WESTPAC CRUSE, LEFT A COUPLE OF GIFTS FOR OUR REPLACEMENT.
Oleksy, Thomas ( Ski )EM-2Aug 22, 1963 – Oct 15, 1967Electrical
Snell, RaymondRM2Oct 1963 – Oct 1963comphibgru onewas picked up in sigon vietnam and delivered to cubic bay philippines flew on board by helo off loaded by helo
Bunker, JohnE3Oct 18, 1963 – Jan 18, 19642Came aboard with my brother Richard (Dick) Bunker HM2.
Goodpaster, Robert [bob]PFCNov 1963 – Aug 1964Mortar Btry. 1st Batt. 12th MarinesTransferred over from LPH 5 [Princeton]. Did couple deployments off coast of Viet Nam and other places [?] in area. Great ship & crew. Would like to hear from others [navy or marine] that were on board during this time.
Kyte, James S.DM3Dec 1963 – Dec 20, 1965ExecI was the ships draftsman fro two years aboad the Iwo. made 2 wespac cruises.what an experience. those I served with were great guys. I'm very glad I did it!
Bruttig, SteveHM31964 – 1966HospitalIWO was my first ship. Made original amphib assaults at DaNang and Chu Lai. CAPT David A Scott was the Best CO in the Navy. If anyone knows what happened to HMC Harry Wills, let me know. Our crew was the best!!
Kelly, Hugh Aka PatABH-2 I was a AN when I reported in1964 – 1966V-1 I remember having what I believe were CH34s on board when we were in Nam. We also took along a bunch of hughies and their pilots. I enjoyed my tour on the IWO. Even if I did spend my first 3 months in the chiefs mess.
Foster, Howard???1964 – 1967???If any of you guys remember my dad, Howard Foster from Alabama, please contact me. He is battling Alzheimers. He can't remember the names of people he served with but needs proof for VA benefits. Thanks.
Zampino, BenE-3 SHIPSERVICEMANFeb 1964 – Aug 25, 1964I was transfered from the Valley Forge to pick up the Iwo in Subic to come back to the states till my discharge The Valley relieved the Iwo so I got to see most of the people I served with from 1960.Didn't know that many people on the Iwo
Constantine, JohnPN3Feb 1964 – Jan 1967ADMINISTRATIONGood memories!
Balch, Morgan L.ETCAApr 1964 – Jun 1965OEThe Iwo Jima was my last duty station--I gave 'em 10 years ('55 - '65). But, I had a great time, have nice memories, and met some really fine Americans. At the time, I think I was the 4th or 5th youngest chief in the Navy (depends upon birt
Ternes, Anthony Ie TonyAZ2May 8, 1964 – Jan 9, 1968v6i made 3 9 month deployments aboard iwo during the viet nam campain plus started a 4th turm
Swearingen, LarryATN-2Jul 1964 – Sep 9, 1967V-6
Swearingen, LarryJul 1964 – Sep 9, 1967V-6
Swearingen, LarryATN-2Jul 1964 – Sep 9, 1967V-6
McMaster, John (Jack)PH3Sep 1964 – Jul 1966OSWent on WestPac Cruse shortly after commin aboard. Flew on both Marine and our ships helo's. Captain David S Scott was out skipper.
Davis, Harold profile iconE-3Sep 1964 – Jun 14, 1967V-1I was there when we took the first huey's to Vietnam. Had alot of fun while on board in every port we went to.
Hutmaker, DarrelCYNSNSep 1, 1964 – Apr 10, 1965Comm
Banks, LeonardSM2Oct 25, 1964 – Feb 7, 1966Signal Gang - CommunicationsDuring this period, the Iwo served off the coast of Viet Nam and participated in several combat operations. Home Port - San Diego.
Scott, David A.COMMANDING OFFICERNov 10, 1964 – Dec 21, 1965Dad passed away a few years ago. He spoke with pride of his time on Iwo in his last days.
Gaines, RonnieABF3Dec 20, 1964 – Aug 17, 1967V4Great times aboard the old lady and lot's of great memories, bad ones too. She held the record while I was aboard for 12 combat missions in Nam. The best times were in Subic Bay.....aaaaaahhhhhh! I agree, Captain Scott was indeed the best!
Black, Thomas F.PC31965 – 1967EI was the post master for the ship during the three years aboard the Iwo. Our mail call were never delayed for any reason.
Scott, Michaele-31965 – 1967BridgeI was Captain Scott son, I was never in the Navy though both myself and brother served in Vietnam as Marines. Dad is gone now and I have the Familygrams and photos if anyone want to see them.
Hanson, RonaldE-3Jan 1965 – Mar 29, 1966BridgeMy name is Ronald J Hanson I departed the IWO JIMA LPH-2 bound for Pearl Harbor on April 11, 1965, I really enjoyed my tour over there and all the ports. Would be great to reminisce some good memories of Captain Scott
Agrecy, GeorgeABF3,ABFC,ABCS,CWO2Jan 1, 1965 – Dec 31, 1966V-4I GUESS YOU COULD SAY I REALLY ENJOYED THE IWO, I SPENT THREE TOURS ON HER BETWEEN 1965-1979
Hamma, WilliamE-3Jan 1, 1965 –Air My duties were all on working parties and carrying heavy supplies. I did mostly unskilled heavy manual labor, due to no skills and a bad attitude..I did a lot of the dreaded UNREPs.
Van Wagenen, JayRD 3Feb 15, 1965 – Mar 15, 1966Operations C.I.CWent on West Pac cruise in 1965. DaNang, Phu Bai, Hong Kong, Okinowa, Sasebo and Subic. Most memorable- Two choppers colliding off flight deck, and trip to Austrailia cancelled due to US ship running aground.
McCloskey, Ed (Mac)RD2Mar 10, 1965 – Dec 20, 1966OIWould love to hear from any of my shipmates.
Soza, PaulHM3Apr 1965 – Sep 1965HospitalI was 1 of 7 Corpsman on the Iwo Jima during Operation Starlite. I would like to connect with some of my old shipmates.
Smith, DonRM2Apr 1, 1965 – Nov 1, 1967Comm
Gallegos, John profile iconSpec 5 Army aviationApr 15, 1965 – May 2, 1965Transported Aviation Company with helicoptersI'm looking for anyone that can share pictures or any details of our trip from San Diego to Vung Tau, Apr - May 1965. John Gallegos, harleyryder@vzw.blackberry.net,, 916-204-7249.
Woolley, E.l. "duke" ABH-3May 10, 1965 – Jun 27, 1967 V-1 Flight deck. LSE (Yellow shirt) 2 tours. Transported the A4s on the deck and took the first D model Hueys in. H-34s. need help finding other V1 ers. theunionduke@aol.com
Edgett, DennisPH-2Jun 1965 – Aug 1968O/IOne hell of a place to grow up....But I enjoyed it...
Neal, James W.MM3Jun 10, 1965 – Sep 6, 1968A GangAre there any of the old crew of the mid to late 60's out there
Grame, FrankRD3Jul 1965 – Aug 25, 1967OperationI need proof of entering Danang Harbor on the Ashtabula . At that time,the Iwo Jima was moored to the adjacent pier. If i could locate photos/dates, along with the IwoJima. It would helpfull
Pinkerton, LarrySH3Aug 28, 1965 – Jul 7, 1967S-3I9 was one of very few swabbies not to view a flick going overseas,,I had to open the gedunk every night for 2,000 marines. I worked in the laundry with triplett,taylor, Williamson, love rice,,Larry Taylor aka budda
Carroll, RonYNSN / 3Sep 20, 1965 – Sep 20, 1968RadarHad great times! If you remember me, email me. Would like to hear from old friends.
Tucker, JohnnySN -SM2Sep 30, 1965 – Feb 3, 1967OPERATIONSWAS IN OPERATIONS DECKHOUSE 1-2 ,OPERATION STARLITE IN VIETNAM
Emery, LorenE-3Nov 1965 – May 1967Supply
Strang, John F /jbNov 1965 – Aug 1968
Darnell, JimSK3Nov 1965 – Aug 1967Supply
Darnell, Jimsk-3Nov 1965 – Jul 1967S-1I had the best time of my life on the Iwo.
Peters, DanRD3Nov 1965 – Aug 12, 1967OPERATIONS INTELLIGENCETrying to track down Skip Bayard, Deck Division
Darnell, Jimsk-3Nov 10, 1965 – Sep 1967S-1
Bush, LarryEM3Dec 1965 – Aug 1967etwo wespac cruises where you at mule
Holladay, TomPN3Dec 1965 – Sep 1968XI was a Personnelman on The Iwo Jima and also played in the Ship's band and other performing units.
Brunson, ThomasDec 15, 1965 – Mar 10, 1969v-1flight deck 1 po.

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