US Navy Crew List

– Reunite with old Navy Buddies –

342686 entries available online. Add yours!
1 user currently logged in and 77 visitors active.

USS Leyte (CV 32) Crew List

The table below contains the names of sailors who served aboard the USS Leyte (CV 32). 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?

Looking for US Navy memorabilia? Try the Ship's Store.



There are 140 crew members registered for the USS Leyte (CV 32).

Select the period (starting by the reporting year): precomm – 1949 | 1950 – 1952 | 1953 – 1957 | 1958 – now

NameRank/RatePeriodDivisionRemarks/Photo
Deyo, H. B.ELECTRICIAN 3RD CLASS1950 – 1953ELiving in Ann Arbor Michigan. Moved from Benhill Ga.
Weltlich, Duane1950 –I have made this entry on behalf of my dad, Duane Weltlich. I know that he proudly served on the USS Leyte in the early 1950's.
Garland, RobertAD2Jan 1950 – Jun 1951vf32, CAG3
Perry, VincentBT3Feb 1950 – Mar 1952BI enjoyed my time aboard, great ship, great shipmates.
Burk, GeorgeFA-FNApr 1950 – Mar 1951BFirst permenant duty ship, served in #2 fireroom would like to hear from BT2 Davis
Simpson, EdwardQMS3Apr 1950 – Jan 1952OS
Rock, JamesNot KnownMay 1, 1950 – Feb 5, 1951Not KnownPlaced aboard as a member of this ship in honor of his service to this ship during the Korean War by his family .
Elliot, EdwardBT2Oct 20, 1950 – Jul 1954B-DivisionWas on board @ the time of the explosion in Boston, Oct 16, 1953. Loved my service for our country on this carrier.
Peters, DavidBT3Nov 1950 – May 1954BOne fine ride.
Bordner, Richard "doc"RD3Dec 1950 – Apr 1953O-ICAME ABOARD IN A MAIL SACK VIA HIGHLINE OFF ULLUNG DO, KOREA
Seidel, FredADE3Dec 24, 1950 – Aug 20, 1952V2During tour in Korea was TAD to Squadron VC-4
Bramble, BaylusAO21951 – Jun 25, 1955Aviation Ordance
Mavrelis, PerrySN1951 – 1955
Winters, JohnCpo1951 –?My father never spoke about his time in the Navy. Would love to hear from someone who knew him. He passed away in 1977 at age 47.
Abbott, Alan3rd class (I think)1951 – 1955MetalsmithMy father, Alan Stuart Abbott, was on board the USS Leyte for 4 years. He was a great father, a great man, and he was very proud to have served on this ship.
Swarts, WilburMM3Jan 5, 1951 – Nov 9, 1954MServed in the Aft engine room on the USS Leyte, from Aug 1951-Nov. 1954. Was aboard during the fire in Boston, MA
Piana, A.j.SeamanMar 1, 1951 – Feb 1, 19534th divisionIt was a long time ago
Noreen, ElwoodEM3Mar 5, 1951 – Nov 30, 1954EEnjoyed the the lady. Two Med trips. Got the word to put it in mothballs, (decommision) then the word came down put it back into commision. Blew up in Boston and killed 38. Went to the Leyte reunion in Boston and dedicated the memorial.
Pelle, J. L. (John) (jack)unknownJun 23, 1951 – 1954BMy dad Jack never talks much about his time in the Navy but did mention being taken to hospital with pneumonia only days before an explosion that would have took place in the area he would have been working. Alive
Smid, LeonardSNJun 28, 1951 – Jun 28, 19557th
Hall, Charles R BobADANJul 1951 – 1952V-1I enjoyed my short time abord the Leyte and made a lot of new friends. She was built in my home town of Newport News Va. She was a great ship and I'm sorry she is not around today
Tampone, MichaelSEAMANSep 9, 1951 – Mar 5, 1954Seventh ? Fox "NOW HEAR THIS" The Leyte is gone. I my mind she will always be sailing
Tampone, MichaelSNSep 20, 1951 – Mar 10, 1954Seventh then Fox NOW HEAR THIS The best years of my life.A great ship, a great crew. Lots of found memorys.
Roediger, RobertLt. JGOct 11, 1951 – Oct 3, 1953SecondReleased from active duty two weeks prior to the explosion.
Harris, JamesFNDec 21, 1951 – Jul 10, 1955M DIV. #2 ENGINE ROOM3 YRS 6 MONTHS OF MY 4 YEARS IN THE NAVY WAS ABOARD THE LEADING LEYTE. IN THE #2 ENGINE ROOM WITH A GREAT BUNCH OF GUYS.
Schreefer, Karl W.AG31952 – 1952
Dodson, CarlFIREMAN1952 – 1956ENGINEROOMliving in ohio. hello to all i served with.
Carey, RobertAF-21952 – Dec 1952OPERATIONS INTELLEGENCE (PHOTO LAB)
Martin, AaronHM21952 – 1954OperationsAboard during the Catapult fire in So. Boston. Also part of the original ships volunteer band. Left before the Med Trip. Many fond memories
Clark, Patrick A. ClarkEM-2Feb 19, 1952 – Jan 19, 1956R-A great Ship and Brave crew
Yumet, Anthony (Tony)SeamanMar 1952 – Jan 19551 stI was taught respect. It changed my life. I miss the Sunday Steak and eggs.
Ainsworth, TomMM3Apr 1952 – Jun 1954M-Aft Engine RoomI was on board during conversion and during fire in Boston. Was transferred in 1954 to the USS Hornet to serve in the Pacific towards the end of Korean conflict. Would love to do it all over again.
Hall, RcAD3Apr 1952 – Sep 4, 1954V-1I served on the flight deck in Repair 8, the "Crash Crew" Wish I could go back in time for a week or so and be a part of flight quarters again. My proudest moment and the most tragic moment was the fire and explosion in the port cat.
Mitchell, John(jack)SNMay 1952 – Feb 1955Fox/4thThose intrested in information about the ship and the association, our web site is: www.ussleytecv32.com
Hack, RandallCWO2 USMCRJun 5, 1952 – Jun 20, 1952TAD From VMF(N)513 To VC-4/MAG-26 in Oct 1955I First came aboard the Lady as an AIO during Korea- MAG-26 has a plaque which reads:-THE ETERNAL GRATITUDE OF THE PEOPLE OF TAMPICO, MEX. TO ALL NAVY/MARINE CORPS MEMBERS WHO PARTICITATED IN HURRICANE&FLOOD RESCUE- Great Crew-Well Done-
Winter, John W.ltLT JGJun 15, 1952 – Jun 12, 1955ElectronicsLots of great memories and many friends. Saw the world!
Silva, PaulAB3Aug 1952 – Feb 1953V1This is dedication to my father who made a Med. Cruise and who is now deceased. I am his daughter and I too was in the Navy stationed in NAS Lemoore Ca. Petty Officer 3rd Class Charlette R. Silva. Please contact me with any info about my dad.
Quigley, TomET/2Aug 21, 1952 – May 5, 1955ER/OEA lot of good times and good friends
Tampone, MichaelSeamenSep 4, 1952 – Mar 24, 19547th & FoxTo me the U.S.S Leyte CV-32 Was a ship that served our country well. Visiting my countrysides and ports.I met some of my best friends in my years aboard (1951 to 1954)
Montion, MauriceFIREMAN 1ST- MM2COct 2, 1952 – Dec 10, 1955Mwent aboard in Gibraltor,was in fwd engine room during the fire in boston and was seperated at Quanset point,RI in Jan 1956.I still wear my Leyte hat and still run into people who served aboard or know the ship.Id like to do it again

Register and add yourself to the Crew List of the USS Leyte (CV 32).

Report an offensive or inappropriate entry.

Select the period (starting by the reporting year): precomm – 1949 | 1950 – 1952 | 1953 – 1957 | 1958 – now

↑ To top of page | ↓ To bottom of page

Reunions

There are currently no planned reunions.

Add a reunion information.



↑ To top of page | ↓ To bottom of page