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USS Hancock (CV 19) Crew List

The table below contains the names of sailors who served aboard the USS Hancock (CV 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 539 crew members registered for the USS Hancock (CV 19).

Select the period (starting by the reporting year): precomm – 1954 | 1955 – 1960 | 1961 – 1963 | 1964 – 1965 | 1966 – 1967 | 1968 – 1969 | 1970 – 1971 | 1972 – 1972 | 1973 – 1974 | 1975 – now

Van Hoy, Charles1972 – 1975
Stolle, RobertHT11972 – Mar 17, 1975Repair Good Ship /Good Friends - Just wished I would of keep track of more
Alwine, Michael1972 – 1974OIASSIGNED AS EW3 IN OI DIVISION
Wilson, Larryaa1972 – 1973v4
Nordhaug, OlieDTG11972 –DentalAny HM or DT serving @ that time, feel free to contact me.
Decrane, EdFn1972 – 1975RLooking to connect with shipmate friends
Morrow, GregoryETR-31972 – 1976OE
Johnson, LuciousE11972 – 1973BoatmateHello everyone the short time I had on the ship was wonderful. However I was young and dumb, and didn't realize a great opportunity. Sorry for letting you're guys down. Presently working for t - dot Memphis, Tenn .
Garino, ArturoBM21972 – Oct 19751st divisionUSS Hancock. 1st div. 3 westpac tours. I was a helmsman & Lee helmsman on the ship. Was master at arms shack 6 mon. Last tour was evacuation of Saigon. Find shipmates. Daniel Sierra, Abraham Mera & others.
Ott, Larryabh 31972 – 1974v1divWorked on flight deck in v1 div. Had as great time with a lot of good friendc
Hoaglund, RockySA E31972 – 1973VA 55 WarhorseLooking for anyone from the westpac in 72 to Vietnam who remembers Rocklin C. Hoaglund on the USS Hancock, or Warhorse 55 Attack Squadron.
Flynn, RichardE41972 – 1975MS/CookLooking for old buddies. Looking for Jack Adams - E2-E3 was a BT or BM; met you while you were mess cook. While in Japan, we were gonna get a matching tattoos at Pinkies Tattoo Parlor and you backed out; you were from TX
Johnson, BradHM31972 – 1973MedicalReported onboard just before she got underway for wespac. Learned a lot on that shipspent a lot of time on the line off of Vietnam Nam.
Bordas, JcABE 31972 – 1975V-2 Port CatThank you Uncle Sam for the experience of a lifetime. Met people from all over, and that was just on the ship. Hit the West Pack Ports. Alameda and Frisco were always good for that state side pause between cruises.
Jackson, JohnYN3Jan 1972 – Jan 1975WeaponsI was the Weapons Office Yeoman. I remember some great times and great buddies like Greg (Newww Man, Tru Blue) and Bobbie Holland. I wonder where they are. It would be good to reconnect.
Marriott, Tyler profile iconAT2Jan 1, 1972 – Jun 5, 1972VFP-63I was connected with Det 1, VFP-63 on the Westpac Cruise starting in Jan 1972. My Navy tour was up in June. I left the boat in the Phillipines and flew back to the States.
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Farrand, AllenEM3Jan 1, 1972 – Oct 15, 1974EWorked first in Lighting, then moved to Movie Projector repair and finished my time in Distribution. Looking for shipmates who served in E-Division 72', 73' Westpacs.
Tate, Darryl TateAKANJan 7, 1972 – May 23, 1974S-6 SupplyGot to see the world. Best experience of my life.
Bardsley, DennisE-3Jan 12, 1972 – Apr 26, 1975AMIDToday at 61 I still think of all the guys I met and had a great life changeing experience with at 20. Some fun we had love west pac.
Knowles, JefferPH-3Feb 13, 1972 – Sep 9, 1975OP/Photo LabI worked in the Hancock Photo Lab, from 72-75. Flight Deck was battle station. Shot many photos from helos ,07 level of superstructure,and flight deck. Also shot all types of shipboard activities also. Enjoyed cruises.
Fritz, DougRM2Mar 1972 – Aug 1975CR
Bishop, ScottE2Mar 1972 – Aug 1973B - #4 FireroomOlongapo City..... Lot's of fun for an 18 year old. I remember thd "Ghost" of a Chief PO was suppose to haunt #4. Cold Iron watch was scarry (in Pearl) waiting to see him.
Lindstrom, EdwardEM2Apr 1972 – Jul 1974EWill always remember friends and the time I spent aboard 'Hanna'
Garcia, Michael "Mike"E-3 ABApr 1, 1972 – Feb 1, 1975V-1Blue shirt/Yellow shirt "Tractor King" 72,-75
Newman, Greg "Tru Blu Nuu"e-3Apr 9, 1972 – Jun 13, 19752ndlooking for Bobby Holland of Washington D.C. John Jackson of Reno, Nv Last heard was in Seattle. Skedda Davis and Donald Holly have passed. Haven't seen Deano, Jeff or Ron "Smokie in years
Golling, DanEM2Apr 19, 1972 – Jan 26, 1976"She may be Old, but she still puts out", was her motto (1972)She always took on others commitments. Does anyone remember her boiler plates? They were the USS Ticonderoga's, when she came out of the yards.
Pearsall, David (Cowboy)HT-3May 1972 – Apr 1974R Division
Petrocelli, John/countryE3May 11, 1972 – Sep 14, 1974Personnel Officei meet the ship in the Philippines after re-enlisting in 1971. when i reported to personnel to report in the personnel officer read my jacket and realized i had re-enlisted and ask what i wanted to do this time around.
Lum, BillETN-3Jun 1972 – Jun 1974OEFond memories of my bunk thirty inches or so below the flight deck around the third arresting cable during flight ops off Vietnam and the plastic tarp/milk container spigot solution to the monsoon leaks from the flight deck.
Dollison, David (Deacon) profile iconE4Jun 1, 1972 – Nov 8, 1974AIMD IM3
Beckett, Clark RE2Jun 15, 1972 – Mar 17, 1975V3 DivisionSpotting Dolly,Eleavator Operator,Conflag,Hangar Bay Blue &Yellow Shirt,
Arvin, JeffEM3Jun 15, 1972 – Jun 10, 1975EIf only I would have known then what I do now. Would like to hear from any one in e-div
Prince, RonaldASM3Jun 28, 1972 – Sep 1973AIMD GSE
Johnson (First Contact)), Jeffery (Jj)AAJul 1972 – Dec 1973V1V1 DIvision, Blue Shirt and Yellow Shirt. Retired in 2002 after converting to Master-At-Arms from ABH1 and then being selected to the Mustang Program.
Redemann, BarryPN3Aug 1972 – Mar 1974XI worked in E&T and then was a DJ, Barney da gaffer during the cruise.
Jennings, Aaron (Ajax)ABHAN E-3Aug 3, 1972 – Jul 22, 1975V-1
Arteaga, AdrianE-3 ABHANAug 15, 1972 – Mar 15, 1975V-1I was a blue Shirt, a tractor driver, yellow shirt, I also played on the ships baseball team from 72, to 75.
Dawkins, William / ButchYN-3Aug 28, 1972 – Aug 1, 1975Personnel OfficeAlso trained in Nuclear Weapons loading and firefighter. Made 2 cruises "73-74 / 75". When not onboard ship I was stationed at NAS Lemoore.
Guida, MichaelABF3Sep 1972 – Feb 1975V-4
Jaynes, EarlBTFNSep 1972 – Feb 1975B/A1#1 fireroom and Hydraulics gang. Lots of hard work.Lots of fun. Great bunch of guys. Retired in 94 as ENC. Hannah was the best experience.
Hopper, SteveEW1Sep 1972 – Jun 1975OINothing like a cold San Miguel after a couple of weeks on Yankee Station. This is not a drill....
Blevins, Dennis/ Mad Dog BlevinsE4Sep 1972 – 1974V 1
Zawacki, DavidMR3 E-4Sep 1, 1972 – Mar 15, 1975A-4
Knepshield, DaleMM-3Sep 7, 1972 – May 17, 1975O2N2
Jackson, Charles V.OS3Sep 9, 1972 – Sep 9, 1975CIC (OI)It was Unforgettable ! Here is the web link for another fighting Hanna CV/CVA 19 Web site
Boyd, Chandler "Denny"RM3Oct 1972 – Mar 1976CR
Miley, DallasAT1Oct 15, 1972 – Sep 30, 1975VF-24I would just as soon forget having to evacuate South Vietnam, that was the low point of my career. Being with the ship and crew that were able to it so efficiently had to be the most memorable. I treasure the friends I made during that time.
Sabiniano, Diego BCSCOct 20, 1972 – Mar 3, 1975S-2I will always treasure the time I served aboard this great ship. And all the servicemen I came to know and serve with. MABUHAY!!!!!!!
Lauchlan, IanAIRMANNov 1972 – Jul 1975AIMDI did 2 Westpacks, 2nd one was during the fall of Siagon.
Peters, BrianYNNov 1972 – 1973NavigationHanna was my 1st duty at age 18, Next was USS Juneau LPD-10 and last was USS Sterett CG-31 before Discharge in 1976. Hanna was the best. Loved Carrier Duty!
Rea, KevinE3Nov 1972 – Jan 1974Det 2
Rafus, William / RufETR3Nov 1, 1972 – Apr 23, 1976OEParty now or party later or both
Dauphinee (Aka Novak), KerrySNNov 2, 1972 – May 15, 1975S-3Served also on: USS Guam LPH-9 USS Barbey FF 1088 US NAVCOMSTA Harold E. Holt, Exmouth Australia
Anderson, MikeSNNov 4, 1972 – Jul 20, 19755th WeaponsServed on Hanna for three years, Met some great guys and had some of the best times ever. Proud to say I served in the US Navy aboard the Hancock
Kleinknecht, Al / KlinkABF-3Dec 1972 – Jan 1976V-4Worked Below decks, Flight Deck. Looking for past shipmates from V-4 who enjoyed the same experiences.
Marriott, BradABH3Dec 1972 – Dec 1975V3
Borcher, DaveET2Dec 1972 – Mar 1975OESPA-8's... SPS-4... OE berthing... Endless days in the Arabian Gulf in 1973... My week aboard the USS Gray trying to fix their SPS 10. Haze gray and underway, me buckos.
Andrews, StephenOS3Dec 1, 1972 – Aug 1975OIGreat Site.Would like to hear from shipmates. Thanks
Lowery, MichaelFNDec 15, 1972 – Jun 22, 1975RepairWorked in the pipe shop, carpenter shop, and the dc shop.
Strohm, IvanE 2Dec 15, 1972 – Feb 18, 1975G Division worked with petty officer Edwards (elavator skid maintenace) any body in G div.out there!!
Frint, TimothyABH3Dec 23, 1972 – Aug 1975V-1 Division Crash & Salvage

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