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USS Proteus (AS 19) Crew List

The table below contains the names of sailors who served aboard the USS Proteus (AS 19). 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 1302 crew members registered for the USS Proteus (AS 19).

Select the period (starting by the reporting year): precomm – 1945 | 1946 – 1960 | 1961 – 1962 | 1963 – 1964 | 1965 – 1966 | 1967 | 1968 | 1969 | 1970 – 1971 | 1972 – 1973 | 1974 – 1975 | 1976 – 1977 | 1978 – 1979 | 1980 – 1981 | 1982 – 1983 | 1984 – 1985 | 1986 | 1987 – 1988 | 1989 | 1990 | 1991 – now

NameRank/RatePeriodDivisionRemarks/Photo
Foster, David1942 –my grandfather recently died i dont know much about his time in the navy would love to know more if anyone has info my e mail is plumplumber63@yahoo.com
Ezell, KenLCDR1943 – 1945Dental CorpsSubmitted by his children. Our father passed away in 1995. He was very proud of his service on the Proteus.
Forrester, CarlF11943 – 1945Enter by his son. I heard many stories over the years about my dads service on the USS Proteus. He was proud to have served on this ship! My dad passed away in 2004.
Atkins, HarryCEM1943 – 1945Entered by his son, John. My Father loved his service with the Navy and his association with the Proteus. He died in 1974. His family is very proud of him and continues to remember his contributions in World War II.
Wilson, Colonel (Gene)TP31943 – 1945
Smith, Dale--nickname "Irish"EM3/C1943 – 1945Electrical 12e
Dickman, CharlesMotormac1943 – 1946navyEntry by son.....Serving our country via the Navy was something my Dad was very proud of. I was fortunate to have met some of his WWII shipmates. What a terriffic generation of men. My dad passed away in 2008
Gouzie, Philip JMOMM 2c1943 – 1945EngineI would love to hear from anyone who served on the Proteus during my term of service from 1943 to 1945
Trahan, Lovelace JosephSM1943 –LaundryWas on deck for the surrender at Japan.
Anderson, JoeTORPEDOMAN TM2Aug 1, 1943 – Dec 15, 1945Can't recallPlaced by son. Dad served with honor. Went on to serve 26+ years in the Air Force retiring 1976 as an Air Force Lt. Col. Now lives in Sacramento CA. Listed in phone book.
Faletti, AlbertS/1ST CLASSAug 3, 1943 – Dec 1945Entered by family. Attended the US Naval Training Station in Farragut, ID in August of 1943 - Company 457-43, Regiment 3, Battalion 9. He was assigned to the ship's optical room and served until 1945 and was present at the surrender.
Eckel, CarlSep 23, 1943 – Apr 6, 1946Dad passed away Jan 4, 2007. He was very proud of his time in the navy. He spoke often about the uss proteus and her crew.
Ray, Norman "Skip"Seaman, First ClassSep 30, 1943 –770
Tucker, WallyTM 2Oct 22, 1943 – Aug 25, 1945i live in effingham,il
Kibby, DarrellRDM3/CNov 1943 – Dec 1945On board with 12 other radar operators prior to commissioning. At Guam worked on subs with rtm's in repair crew. January 1945 assigned to USS Raton SS270 at New London, Ct. Retired as LCDR Supply Corps December 1968.
Sharp, Murray (Red) (razor)S1/CBKRNov 15, 1943 – Sep 1, 1946Bakery/Shipfitter/2nd yeomanDid not want to be a baker but had class A school in record could not get out of rate. I was one of first group assigned to Proteus while she was still in builder's yard at Oakland. Moved aboard to load stores in December 1946.
Johnson, Robert O.Robert O. Johnson, SK1cDec 1943 – Dec 1945Supply Dept.I was a plank owner in Oakland in 1943 ?(or 1942) I left the USS Proteus in December 1945 from Japan after the signing
Snyder, Robert Glenn profile iconMOMM3/cDec 18, 1943 – Dec 19, 1945Engine RoomI entered this for my Grandpa, don't know alot about his time but i have some of the holiday meal program flyers and other things. Not many of this great generation left but hoping someone has a comment or memories
Sliger, JohnMOMM3C1944 – 1948Rear engine room
Marshall, Robert1944 –I am Robert's grandson, trying to keep his memory alive
Pelly, WillfordSHIP FITTER1944 – 1946
Rodriguez, Kenneth "rod"SEAMAN FIRST CLASS1944 – 1946SubPac CoxswainLiving in Fullerton, CA.
Pearce, Paulmetalsmith 3rd class1944 – 194512looking for old shipmates
Knobbe, UrbanRM2CJan 1944 – Dec 1945Cummunications2115 Northwest St. Carroll, IA 51401
Asbury, RussellS1CJan 31, 1944 – Nov 15, 1945
Hubbard, AaronskJan 31, 1944 – Jun 8, 1945NavyMy uncle is now deceased but would love to know if anyone remembers him or anything about the elevator accident on September 30, 1944.
Walther, James A, Jr.LtApr 13, 1944 – Nov 1, 1945PacificDad was a Chaplain and stayed in the Reserves until 1974, retiring as a Commander. He was proud of his service and of his shipmates. He was my friend and mentor. Dad died 29 December 2005.
La Fontaine, Richard "dick"SN BOATSWAINS MATEMay 1944 – May 1946BMEntered by friend. Live in Las Vegas, NV. Retired Construction engineer. Race car driver and pilot. Just turned 80. Have two adult children, Jan and Richard with two grandkids. Wife +Pearl.
Coleman, JohnQuartermaster 2nd class1945 –unsureMy grandfather, John Coleman, was aboard the Proteus in 1945 when the Japanese subs I-14 or I-401 were captured in August 1945. Looking for pictures or any further information for this time period.
Dallas, DolanMOMM1CJun 12, 1945 – Oct 12, 1947Forward Engine room (In Charge of the Watch)I came from three years on Submarines. USSHaddock, USS Pogy, and USS Kete to the USS Fulton AS11. Then to the Proteus AS19 in Guam about 3 months before going to Tokyo.To East Coast Dec '45 till Discharged from Navy.Trip to Argentia, Virgin Island
Lacey, ThomasSEAMAN1STJul 10, 1945 – Jul 15, 19461st
Lacey, ThomasSEAMAN1STJul 10, 1945 – Jul 15, 19461st
Lacey, ThomasSEAMAN1STJul 10, 1945 – Jul 15, 19461stIwas the bow hook on the the 50 foot motor lanuch
Lacey, ThomasSEAMAN 1TSJul 14, 1945 – Jul 16, 19461ST
Lacey, ThomasSEAMAN 1STJul 14, 1945 – Jul 17, 1946!st
Lacey, ThomasSEAMAN 1STJul 14, 1945 – Jul 17, 1946!st
Lacey, ThomasSEAMAN 1STJul 14, 1945 – Jul 17, 1946!stI was bow hook on50 ft motor lanuch
Lacey, ThomasSEAMAN 1STJul 14, 1945 – Jul 17, 1946!stI was bow hook on50 ft motor lanuch
Miller, Blaine F.SEAMAN 2 COOK STRIKERAug 1, 1945 – Feb 23, 194610THBOARDED IN GUAM 'S APRA HARBOR. AFTER JAPANS SURRENDER WE DEPARTED FOR YOKASUKA NAVAL BASE . JAP SUBS I-400 I-401 I-14 TIED UP PORT SIDE .THEY CARRIED 3 PLANES AND WERE SNOKEL EQUIPED DEPARTED FOR USA 11/1/45. ARRIVED NEW LONDON 12/16/45
Stonex, WalterS1Aug 8, 1945 – Oct 17, 19473rd DivCoxswain Officers motorboat.Crain operater.Sent to boat school in Norfork Va.From Portsmuth N.H. At my own expence.Mar.1946, US Navy has never reimbursed me to this day,Where's my money plus interest.

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