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USS Midway (CV 41) Crew List

The table below contains the names of sailors who served aboard the USS Midway (CV 41). 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 2071 crew members registered for the USS Midway (CV 41).

Select the period (starting by the reporting year): precomm – 1951 | 1952 – 1954 | 1957 | 1958 – 1959 | 1960 – 1961 | 1962 – 1963 | 1964 – 1968 | 1969 | 1970 | 1971 | 1972 | 1973 | 1974 – 1974 | 1975 | 1976 | 1977 | 1978 | 1979 | 1980 | 1981 | 1982 | 1983 | 1984 | 1985 | 1986 | 1987 | 1988 | 1989 | 1990 | 1991 – now

NameRank/RatePeriodDivisionRemarks/Photo
Warren, KevinJO11974 – 1976XEdited the Cruise Book and worked at KMID and KWAY as an on-air personality.
Koffler, MichaelYN11974 – 1976X & embarked Desron 15Operation Frequent Wind was not only history making, but a special event for me. I feel proud to have been a part of it.
Timmerman, GuinnYN21974 – 1975VFP 63 Det 3Served in the Air Wing while she was homeported in Yokosuka
Leazer, DaleBT31974 – 1976
Wagner, Rogere31974 –repair
Hensley, Kenneth profile iconAO31974 – 1976GThe best shipmates ever. Lots of fun growing up together.
King, DaveHTJan 1974 – Sep 1975RIt's been over 30 years,made some good friends and had a lot of good times.Allmost seems like a dream now ,wouldn't trade it for nothing.
Moore, NormanFNJan 1974 – Nov 1974B-Div1-charley fire room. BT1 Whittington was our lead PO. Learned a lot working in that fire room. Hated the rate at first then a good career as a boiler operator.
Kort, RobertHTFNJan 1974 – Sep 1976R
Scott Alias (Scotty), David L.E-4/YN3Jan 10, 1974 – Jan 15, 1976XO's OfficeStation aboard Midway was the best experience of my young life, Glad to be part of Operation Frequent Wind, April 28-29 1975. Love to hear from you guys from X-Division, I know your still out there somewhere. Scotty.
Guthrie, Gordon/arloMM3Jan 10, 1974 – Feb 1, 1976A Gang O2N2 PlantLived when in port in Kiti-Kamakura and went flying (Private) out of Atsugi Joint Navy base. Met Frank Sinatra on the train for his USO show on board. Lived through Op Freq Wind mess cooking and serving ref's till Quam
Valentine, DanFTG2Jan 20, 1974 – Jan 1977FoxServed in Fox Division from Jan 1974 to May 1976, transitioned in Jan 1975, then transferred officially to Admin/ Executive Dept to serve as Drug Abuse Counselor. Set up first Counseling & Assistance Center onboard ship.
Galvan, JuanABCMJan 22, 1974 – Sep 22, 1976V-1/ V-3I came onboard in Jan 1974 left Sep 1976 came back in April 1982 left in April 1986 came back in May 1989 left for the last time Oct 1991. I came as young sailor fresh out of bootcamp. I left as an ABHCS
Kocinski, MichaelAQ3Feb 1974 – Feb 1977VF-161, Rock RiversJoin the Navy to see the world........April 1975 was the most fun......EVAC
Moore, Clark [mona]ABH-3Feb 10, 1974 – Jan 24, 1976V-1CRASH AND SALVAGE CREW AND FORWARD GEAR LOCKER. CHIEF HACKETT WAS IN CRASH THEN. BUT WENT TO CUBE POINT. I WENT INTO PI WHEN I TRANSFERED TO THE ENTERPRISE. I SAW HIM, HE WANTED ME TO REINLIST FOR PI BUT I WANTED OUT.
Deleonard, MickFTGSNMar 1974 – Oct 1977FOXSome of the best times of my life happened on that barge.
Williams, Rodney HAZAN Rodney H WilliamsMar 1974 – Apr 1976VAW-115This was my best time in the navy. The USS Midway was unlike any other Carrier in the fleet
Johnston, Jerry "Jj"AC1Mar 16, 1974 – Mar 16, 1977OCWorked in Air Operation/CATCC, was aboard during Frequent Wind.
Maldonado, Dennis (Shorty)AMH3Mar 16, 1974 – Mar 20, 1976VF161She way one hell of a ride. It way great to see her in SanDiego.
Keith, ReeseETR3Mar 23, 1974 – Mar 23, 1976OEWhat a ship for my first. I arrived on board just after the change of homeport to Japan. I throughly enjoyed my 2 year tour and OPERATION FREQUENT WIND. I remember MIDWAY and the crew I served with fondly.
Lopez, JessieRMSNApr 8, 1974 – May 30, 1977CRMidway Magic - My first command and could not beleive the impression it made on me- Even visiting the old girl in San Diego brought back many memories - Operation Frequent Wind - Need I say more
Walecki, RobertAO3May 1974 – Aug 1976G DivisionAlways be my favorite carrier out of 7 that I cruised on. Good crew and good ports!
Fish, BradleyAO3May 15, 1974 – Jan 14, 1976G Division
Massingill, Clif (Buff)CV 41Jun 10, 1974 – May 10, 1976V-1crash & salvage
Lapuh, Randye3Jun 24, 1974 – Oct 18, 1976v1aboard during frequent wind and crossed to be a shellback on nov 1st 1975
Chase, DavidCTR3Jul 1974 – Mar 1975OSI was on TAD to the Midway on two separate trips for about 13 months total. I ended up on 4 differect carriers in my career but nothing quite compared to "Midway Magic".
Kin, Oscar Raymond JrE-4Jul 1974 – Aug 1976VF-161
Mondary, MikeCPL-SGT, AE2-AE1Jul 15, 1974 – Jul 30, 1975vmcj-1,vmaq-2, va-115I was a Marine with vmcj-1 74-75, vmaq-2 77-78. Joined the Navy in 80' returned to Midway with va-115 from 80-83. There is no finer ship or crew.
Edwards, Robert ( Eddie )BT3Jul 15, 1974 – Mar 1, 1976b 1 baker fire room
Bennett, CharlesRM3Aug 15, 1974 – Aug 15, 1976CR
Cross, BrianAE 2Sep 1974 – Jan 1976VA 56 Electricians shop
Burton, GregoryE3Sep 10, 1974 – Jul 1, 1976va56 ordancelooking for any of my buddies
Schenk, Gerard/ JerryE2 ABEOSep 15, 1974 – Dec 1, 1977V2I will always treasure my time on the Midway and working in catapults and arresting gear ( still one of the most dangerous jobs in the Navy). I became a Shellback on her and participated in Operation Frequent Wind.
Galbreath, BarryABH-1Sep 20, 1974 – May 20, 1978V-3These dates are the first time I was on the Midway. Also aboard Oct. 79- Dec. 82.
Antley, DougSN/BM3Sep 24, 1974 – Jun 17, 19783rd/4thdo'nt know if anyone remembers me, ahd a few close friends in 3rd division, SN Kohne,BM3 swamp rat
Hodges, NormanRM-3Sep 26, 1974 – Aug 1, 1977COMMUNICATIONIT WAS A GREAT EXPERIENCE AND A PLEASURE TO SERVE ABOARD . I ENJOYED EVERY MOMENT
Cook, CarrollAK2Oct 1974 – Oct 1976V2/S6On board during Operation Frequent Wind and Mayaquez Incident. Became a Shellback during the time onboard with 3500 others including the skipper. What a great experience!
Koffler, MichaelJO3Oct 1, 1974 – Sep 30, 1976XKMID TV and KWAY radio broadcaster. Worked with JO2 Warren, JO1 Pinzon.
Hodges, JohnABH 3Oct 15, 1974 – Jul 1976V 1Tractors & V-1 Supply
Timothy, FishburneE-3Oct 15, 1974 – Jul 6, 1976BServed in the lab, then went to the hole. Served under Captain Chambers.
Wahl, MarkPN3Dec 14, 1974 – Dec 1976VAW 115First command. Subic Bay, Operation Frequent Wind, Shellback, KWAY DJ "Big Apple Show", made E3 and E4 twice! Soccer team goalie. Fond but very distant memories!

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