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USS Lexington (CV 16) Crew List

The table below contains the names of sailors who served aboard the USS Lexington (CV 16). 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 589 crew members registered for the USS Lexington (CV 16).

Select the period (starting by the reporting year): precomm – 1957 | 1958 – 1961 | 1962 – 1967 | 1968 – 1970 | 1971 – 1973 | 1974 – 1976 | 1977 – 1979 | 1980 – 1981 | 1982 – 1984 | 1985 – 1986 | 1987 – 1988 | 1989 – now

NameRank/RatePeriodDivisionRemarks/Photo
Miller, BobBT1974 – 1978I have connected with a few old friends, and we are looking to have a reunion. If you knew me, please email. We have found Gator, Frank, and a couple girls we used to know. Rick Hodges, if you see this, get in touch!
Chadwick, ThomasE61974 – 1978Haul TechFor all of Tom's Lexington buddies. Tom passed away suddenly, at his home in Virginia Beach, August 5, 2010. Tom retired after 22 years of service, as a SCPO. Burial with Honors, will be at Arlington, October 5, 2010.
Lehn, KarlBM31974 – 1975Second
Sell, RickMM31974 – 1976M Division
Sakowich, John3rd class petty officer shipfitter1974 – Mar 5, 1976Damage controlLiving in tn. now. Would like to find people I served with
Peters, AlanMM2Jan 1974 – Dec 1974MMy first time as an LPO. Assigned to the aft engine room.
Moyer, RoymmfnFeb 1974 – 1976mI'm still kickin boys, not in prison either.....Jerry Wright, Tom Dexter, Sam Mconnell (radar) where are you? Havin a cold one as I write this!
Sakowich, JohnHT 3Feb 1974 – Mar 1976Damage ControlServed on the Lex and had a good time. Made lots of great friends and it was not a bad duty. Two weeks in and two weeks out. Always looking for people I served with to see who is still alive
Redding, TracyBT3Mar 1974 – Oct 1977BAfter Mess Cooking in Mobile Ship Yard went to B Div. Oil Shack
Coley, RobertEM1(SS) - IC1(SS) Retied as LTApr 1974 – Sep 1975E Div/IC DivChanged rate from EM to IC
Lamar, DexterAMH-3Apr 19, 1974 – Aug 30, 1976V-6Served on flight deck as" aircraft start " and Liquid Oxygen on board Crew with AMS-3 Randy Gifford, AMH-I T.V. Allen, Airman Larry D. Stokes, Airman Roy Garrett, ASM-2 Robert Miller, YN-3 Henry Griggs, M. Benoit
Cotten, EddieMM4Jun 26, 1974 – Sep 18, 1975MAft engine room 'TOP WATCH' Priceless experience for work or play. Grandfather now with 2 grandsons and still the same loving wife for 36 years. Truly blessed. Would like to hear from anyone that may remember a skinny Alabama boy.
Phillis, Arnold D profile iconAviation Boatswains Mate 3rd ClassJul 1974 – May 1977V-2 Cats
Watson, Michael/ Dr. WatsonHT3Jul 15, 1974 – Feb 14, 1978Repair divisionWithout a doubt, the most fantastic time of my life! While at sea, we were all profesional and dedicated and worked very hard. Enough cannot be said of Capt. Eugene "RED" McDaniel. A true american HERO!
Wilson, MikeLTSep 1974 – Aug 1977OPS then M Div
Travis, TerryHT3Oct 1974 – Feb 1976repair/habibility
Kudela, James (Jim) profile iconQMSNOct 21, 1974 – Nov 26, 1977NavigationDrop me a line. Remember, Mascot "Charlie" the seal? Quarter deck watch, forecastle toking, Smokers @ sea. After steering watch OMG, Mid Rats, 4-on 8-off / 24, Cuba, Midway, oil rig bodies, Trader Jon's, "THE BARRELS" !
Mickey, Don profile iconE4Nov 1, 1974 – Feb 1, 1977E DIVISION
Kunik, ChrisBT1975 – 1976B
Lehn, KarlBM31975 – 1976Second
Freeman, SteveEM2Jan 1975 – Apr 1977E
Wendell, DouglasPHANJan 1975 – Dec 15, 1976OPCame right from PH school and served 3 months as a "reefer Rat". Made some lifelong friends and had some very interesting experiences
Sherman, BruceHT3Feb 6, 1975 – Jul 15, 1978R divIt was a great experience, to be on. Ship of that caliber. I retired in Nov 1994 as a DCC
Winchell, MichaelEMFNMar 1975 – Oct 1978E-DivisionWe have a E-Div reunion every year e-mail me for more information. Lighting shop,power shop and distribution shop.
Kelly, TerryABF 3Mar 30, 1975 – Dec 8, 1978V4somebody besides myself has got to be searching the internet to discuss some of our good times aboard the USS LEXINGTON
Moses, Roger profile iconAK2Apr 1, 1975 – Aug 12, 1975Master At ArmsGreat Ship Enjoyed being there the short period I was there.
Mitchell, James (Jim)OS2May 1975 – Apr 1978CICEasy duty for a newly married guy. Loved Pensacola and the surrounding beaches. Served with a great bunch of guys.
Kelly, TerryABF3Jun 1, 1975 – Dec 20, 1978V4Looking for crew members and old friends
Reagan, Philip profile iconMMCSJun 5, 1975 – May 5, 1985MTwo tours on the lady lex 1975-1980 and 1983 -1985. I Retired in 2001 and live in Pensacola, FL. Would love to see or hear anyone from the Lady lex.
Gauci, Anthony / TonyBM3Sep 1975 – Mar 1979Deck Dept 1st div then in 77 side crew 4th div.I remember you all well, its just the names that elude me.
Blum, DavidQm3Dec 27, 1975 – Sep 1978NavigationThis was my first command, started out in 3rd div (deck) left the ship as an QM. remeber going to Galveston Tx all the time and also when we had to pick up those people from the oil rig collapse
Cosby, TerryABH-31976 – Jun 27, 1977Flight DeckWow, I had some great times back then. I miss Pensacola and the Lady Lex. Full speed ahead.
Fitts, Jeffreyelectrician mate 2nd class1976 – 1979e divi was a member of this shjp
Czertok, JosephE-31976 – 1977x.oif anyone from the p.a.o office (Rodney) ltjg bonjurno Dave. Bushard , Felix from the t.v studio from 76,/77 contact. me to say hello. Be well and god bless all who served
Britton, David (Drifty) profile iconE3 MM1976 – 1977MAIN CONTROLOne big party, best time of my life. Will always remember the Lex. I painted a huge eagle on a bulkhead down in main control in 1976 in honor of 200th independence day!
Killion, JonAG3 / E-4 (BTFN / E-3)1976 – 1979OA Division (Transfered from B Division)Made a lot of good friends and had memorable times. Started in B Div. Boiler Room #4, the best and worst of times, LOL. Miss these guys. Transferred to OA Div., Weather, awesome group of friends, miss these guys as well.
Richard, SavoieBmsn/bm3/bm21976 – 19811st/2nd/3rdMost favorite memory was Chief Montgomery also calling everyone a candy a**. Smokers . Working with BM1 Richard Jones and many others. I am currently BM1 retired. Enjoyed reading Captain Eugene B McDaniels book
Chritensen, Richarde3 fn1976 –a-x
Boyle, Patrick (Pat)ASHANFeb 14, 1976 – Oct 22, 1979V1 and V6V1 division on the flight deck with crash and salvage was a great experience. Had some fun times with some of the guys while dry docked in NJ. Enjoyed crossing over to hydraulics in V6 later in my tour.
Lamarche, ThomasFIREMANMar 1976 – May 1977Best Duty, Loved it
Jones, RichardBM1Apr 1, 1976 – Apr 16, 19792nd div,Safety, 1st Div.I worked for BM1 Montgomery to start off with and when he made Chief I was assigned to work center WK01 in charge of Life Rafts; I also was in charge of painting the Stack; some of my fondest memories, Fight, worst recov
Spaunburg, Peter (Detroit )BT4May 1976 – Sep 1977B DIV. #4 fireroomi am very proud to say that i served on the Lex. the best times of my life were being out to sea with my shipmates. wish i could do them again!!!
Thornton, Jack profile iconBTMay 2, 1976 – Jun 6, 1979BI was Known as Smilin Jack I was a BT was in a lot of trouble the captain acctuaaly opened the Brig on her three of us served 3 days bread and water first to be in there since the Japan war
McCoy, WillyEN3Jun 1976 – Jun 1978ADiesel Gang on Forward Emergency Diesel mostly
Davis, Bryan (Boo-boo)bm3Jul 1976 – Oct 19801st div
Regina, JohnOS2Jul 24, 1976 – Jun 10, 1977OIEnjoyed ship very much and Pensacola. Stayed in navy for 31 years finishing as OSCM and now sailing as a second officer in the British Merchant Marine aboard an LNG Tanker. Would love to hear from old shipmates.
Lockett, DennisBM3Aug 6, 1976 – Jan 22, 19793rd DivisionHey, shipmates you probably don't remember me right off however, I was working on the mess decks when I had that doggen wrench fight. I was still a 90 day wonder! Lockett I remember dry dock in Jersey, I remember Orleans
Cross, William(Bill) profile iconBM3Aug 26, 1976 – Aug 26, 19803rd DivisionI had a great time during my duty on the Lex would love to hear from anyone
Mosby, TroyAR / AA / SA / SN / YNSN / YN3Oct 1976 – Jul 1979LegalMy first ship... A lot of good times on board and in downtown Pensacola. Went to the yards in Bayonne, New Jersey. A really good time in New Jersey and New York. I remember hearing rumors about women will soon be stationed on Lex.
Mosby, TroyYNSNOct 1, 1976 – Aug 26, 1979XA - LegalFinally retired as YNC(SW) in February 1997... Great times were had by all....
Coon, PaulSNOct 10, 1976 – Jun 30, 19791stWould like to hear from fellow shipmates of 1st Div. Anyone knowing what happen to Brian Davis, contact me. I retired as a BM1 in 1994 and live near JAX, Fl.
Marlow, MichaelETR2Nov 1976 – Nov 1978OE
Kromko, Mike (Rocky)Bm3Nov 1976 – Apr 19793rdHey mates remember the good times Bm3 Kromko says hello she was a good ole girl had lots of fun in Pensacola where is everyone Any one can make rate only GOD could make a BOATSWAIN. MATE. 3RD Div. Rocked. Rocky & Kathy
Robinson, Henry DetroitCVT 16Nov 10, 1976 – Oct 1, 1980

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