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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 632 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 – 1978 | 1979 – 1980 | 1981 – 1983 | 1984 – 1986 | 1987 – 1988 | 1989 – now

Medina, WilliamAN-ABE21984 – 1988V-2 Catapuls/ Arresting Gear/RehabI live in Ohio. Spent 10 years in California. Last duty stationed was in Bremerton, Washington. Previous command was Guam, Virginia Beach, San Diego, Japan. Pensacola was my first duty station.
Covington, AnthonyBM3Jan 1984 – Aug 1987Deck
McCarty, KevinSM3Jan 23, 1984 – Jan 14, 1986CommI have some of the best memories from being on that ship and in Florida during the mid 80's !!!!!
Warren, StevenBTFN-BT2Feb 8, 1984 – Jul 15, 1989B-DivisionI was assigned to Boiler room #1 and was the divisional yeoman for B-Division. I had the experience of flying to the ship while it was out to sea my first day on board and flying off the ship when i transferred from Lex
Smith, ThomasEN3Mar 10, 1984 – Nov 28, 1986AC+R
Gulyas, DavidABH3May 1984 – Feb 1989V-1Worked Crash & Salvage
Smith, Ed ( Smitty)BT3 TO BT2May 15, 1984 – Mar 16, 1990# 1 Fire RoomFirst command out of A school Loved P-Cola and the Lex wasn't too bad Glad i got a taste of Stick shift steaming it helped me later in life Retired after 20 and finally grew my hair back
Henry, JimSH3May 15, 1984 – May 15, 1986S-3
Jasinski, Jamesbm3Jun 1984 – Apr 19872nd div
Orris, PaulFR - EN2Jul 1984 – Jun 1988A/C&R ShopTimes were so good back in the day. Retiring 09/30 24.5 years and going home!
Hawthorne, DaveABE2Jul 20, 1984 – Mar 31, 1988V-2 Catapults
Jackson, EllaMS3Sep 11, 1984 – Feb 3, 1987S-5BEST SHIP EVER
Burton, BillieABE2Nov 1, 1984 – Apr 1, 1988V-2 Catapults
Peate, James M.E-4 HT3Nov 14, 1984 – Nov 14, 1988R DIVISION(ERO-3) Pipeshop/CHT/PurchasingServed under the direction of chief David Peters aboard the lady lex. She was one of my proudest moments in my life. RIP to those who were lost through the yrs. I say hi to my comrads who served with me..
Collins, LarryE5 ( EN2 )1985 – 1990AWorked Hydraulics, Diesel shop mostly. Loved the Lady Lex!
Coons, ChadABE31985 – 1989catapults
River, DeniseBM1985 – 1988
River, DeniseBM1985 – 1988
Southard, JayE-5 / EM21985 – 1988E-Division
Beltman, KeithAbf21985 – 1989V4
McDaniel, SteveBM31985 – 1989Deck 4th division
(Hermann) Norman, LanaFNJan 2, 1985 – Apr 1, 1988R Division YeomanR Division Carpenter Shop then as Yeoman with DCCM Samples. Lots of great memories aboard the Lady Lex. Met my husband HT1 Norman, thanks to Cheryl Cloud for playing match maker. 30 years and still going strong!
Davoli, RobertICFNFeb 1, 1985 – Feb 1, 1986E division
Yohe, James D. (Jim) profile iconHT3-HT1Mar 1985 – Nov 1990R DIVWorked in the pipe shop 4955 welder
Peters, Dave/petedccsMar 15, 1985 – Mar 15, 1990repairgood ship tested your skills maintaining that old steam plant
Abbott, LarryETCApr 1985 – Aug 1989
Latting, Briane3Jul 15, 1985 – Sep 5, 1985Orlando, Fl
Thornton, DavidMS2Aug 1985 – Sep 1990S5Served as S2 Watch Captain, Records keeper, S5 Staff and Supply Department Yeoman
Villanueva (Married Morris), Laura ( profile iconABH2Aug 29, 1985 – Aug 21, 1991V-3 and V1Was the lady that was run over by the spotting dolly on the hanger bay. Never got to thank the crew for saving me!! I was on board the Lex when the T-2 crashed. Lost some dear friends. I just walked off the flight deck!
Prignano, Ken Aka "benson"ABE2Sep 1, 1985 – Jun 29, 1989V2 Cats
Hunt, JeffreyHT2Oct 1, 1985 – Jul 24, 1990hull/repairit was the best ship i was ever on and still in my mind it will always be the best. no matter where i go and what i do , ill always think of her as MY SHIP. i hope to one day tell my grand kids about the great times i had on her. hope to see yall.
Plante, Greg (Aka "airman!!")ACANNov 1985 – Mar 1987OCDid lots of backward writing on stat boards, not much air controlling (most ops were VFR and handled by PriFly/, so I also became MR. PMS Extraordinaire. Overall had a blast with a great bunch of people. Best Nav memories are from Lex days.
Plante, Greg (Aka "airman!!")ACANNov 25, 1985 – Mar 27, 1987
Taylor, GaryOS31986 – 1990OI
White, JamesBT21986 – 1990
Owsley, Dan profile iconE-6 / EM11986 – 1989E-Div. Power ShopI retired from the Navy in May 2002. I now live in Linden, Mi.
Carr (Taylor), DonnieAN1986 – 1990V-5
Parham, JackIC31986 – 1989Engineering (E)
Miller, James(Jc)LI2Jan 1986 – Oct 1988X-1 Print shopPrint shop. Retired LI1 1999 reserves.
Vernon, MarkE-1 - QM2Jan 26, 1986 – Oct 31, 1990Deck and NavigationI started as a mess crank in Chief's mess, then went to 2nd Div. From there I went to 4th Div. (The Barge Crew). After spending nearly 3 years in deck Dept. I struck out to become a Quartermaster. I was on the Bridge during the 89' cras
Gross, JeffreyLI2Feb 1986 – Sep 4, 19892nd, AdminThis was the finest ship I served on and the finest ship in the Navy with the greatest crew
Trevino, Alfonso ( Trevo)ABE3Feb 26, 1986 – Jun 26, 1990V-2 CatsI was on the flight deck on 10/89 lost some good friends.
O'Dell, ShawnABE2Mar 1986 – Sep 1990V2Worked in both Cats and Gear last year spent in the maintenance office.
Russell, John H.RM2Mar 28, 1986 – Feb 16, 1988Ops/Radio
Stricklin, Charles StrickMS 2Apr 9, 1986 – Jun 22, 1991S 2I was mess deck master at arm and cook while on the Lex. The Lexington was the best duty station that I had, much love to P -cola
Rivera, Alfred GABH3May 1, 1986 – Dec 17, 1989V-1I first was on the deck crew and later decide that I wanted to work on the flight deck. I was in the tower with the Airbosn for a while and later down on the flight deck. I was on the 89 crash.
Jones, DennisABF3May 12, 1986 – Dec 10, 1989v-4
Bennett, TimE5/MM2May 15, 1986 – 1990M division generator shopBest sea duty in my navy career.
Tranumn, AnthonyABH3May 27, 1986 – Jan 30, 1990V-1RIP KILGORE, GOUROUTTE, MAYO
Embry, CyrusABE2Jun 1986 – Jun 1987V2 Cats
Christensen, Jackmr2Jun 1986 – Jun 1990machine shopi miss the heck out of those days best time of my life
Harrell, Jeffrey profile iconYN3Jun 1986 – Sep 1988CO / Legal / PAO / CMC / Supply
Stephens, CarlBTFA-BT2Jun 12, 1986 – May 30, 1991B divisionI really miss the Lexington. After 26 years I still work in a round about way for the Navy but nothing has replaced the Lexington or the people. It was a sad day when we shut the boilers down for good. 1 & 2 firerooms
Gonzalez, Jose Aka (Gonzo)ABH-2Jun 18, 1986 – Feb 3, 1990V-3had great times, and memories, with great friends......
Hill, JohnRM2Jun 30, 1986 – Jan 13, 1990CR
Pedro, DaveABF 3rd classJul 1, 1986 – Jul 1, 1990V 4Worked the flight deck.
Jones, EdmondMM2Jul 7, 1986 – Oct 10, 1988Master-at-Arms USS LexingtonLooking for Deborah Gray
Clark, KeithQM2Aug 1986 – Apr 1990Navigation
Stricklin, Charles StrickMS2Aug 9, 1986 – Jun 12, 1990S2
Burkhart, Patrick (Bulkhead)ABE2Aug 17, 1986 – Jun 20, 1990V-2 CATSwas shooting planes day of the crash !!!! Bad day on the lady wont forget....
Woodworth, GaleIc2Aug 30, 1986 – Sep 30, 1988Electrical EE05
Dunning, Maria (Zoe)LTSep 1986 – Jun 1989S-1, S-2, S-3
Fogerty, GlennE-3Sep 1986 – Dec 19872ndMany memories on the Lex. Ft. Lauderdale stop, New Orleans and living it up on Bourbon Street. Was youngest on board in Oct. 86 party with oldest who was XO.
Morrison, KennyEM-3Sep 1, 1986 – Oct 10, 1990E Division/ Lighting shop, Power shop, DistributionGreat time onboard the "Lady Lex" Great memories!
Hogfoss, Barry "Hog"ABH1Sep 6, 1986 – Sep 6, 1991v-1we were a tight crew, we worked hard and played hard, and found out what it really meant to be shipmates and life long friends.
Johnson, Oscar Big JE-4 / DC3Sep 17, 1986 – Jul 26, 1989R DIV
Waterman, BillMM 3Sep 29, 1986 – Mar 16, 1990EngineeringWhat an awesome time I had when I was onboard 'the lex' commanding off. at the time Capt. Logan - great bunch of guys throughout the engineering dept. worked in just about all the eng rooms as I was in generator div.
Bettis, ArthurMM3/E4Oct 25, 1986 – Sep 1991Engineering / M DivWork in the generator shop and aft engine room. Stood watched from forward auxiliary room to aft engine room. Looking for Troy Marshall, Wardell, Jody, Hawk, Greg Zanatell,
Connolly, AlBT3Oct 31, 1986 – May 19, 1990B DivisionLady Lex set the foundation for my future. Learned so much about life. #2 Fireroom & Oil Shack
Cowart, JoeMM2Nov 1986 – Dec 1990M division I worked in the valve shop and stood evaporator watch in both forward and aft auxiliary rooms. I also worked in main engine rooms and stood throttle watch. I was also the training PO for the division for a while.
Ringer, ToddABF3Dec 1986 – Sep 1990V-4worked both the flight deck and pumprooms below decks
Duvall, BryanMM3Dec 27, 1986 – Sep 4, 1990MI worked in Evaps forward aux. waterman stood watch on gen deck above me let me know if u remember me. Setting here with Wardell trying to remember everybody. I am from kentucky. R u on Facebook
Valentine, MichaelSnDec 30, 1986 – Jun 25, 19891st 2nd 3rd Hab S2M

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