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USS Constellation (CV 64) Crew List

The table below contains the names of sailors who served aboard the USS Constellation (CV 64). 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 3199 crew members registered for the USS Constellation (CV 64).

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NameRank/RatePeriodDivisionRemarks/Photo
Anglin, Carroll A. , Jr.FTM31963 – 1964FMade two WestPac tours and was onboard during the Gulf of Tonkin Incident.
Matlock, BillMT-31963 – 19666th (Missile battery)Found my seabag in the attic, it's held up a lot better than I have.
Farino, Richard1963 – 1965V-4
Burkhart, CliffABE-AN1963 – 1964V2Westpac
Mikolajczak, LeoE 31963 – 1964vf 143
Klumb, Keith profile iconADJ-31963 – 1965V-1 HOT SUIT-crash crewWEST PAC cruise-Gulf of Tonkin incident FLIGHT DECK HOT SUIT EVERY LAUNCH AND RECOVERY AND IN BETWEEN
Hudson, Sherrie N. Jr. (Sonny)E31963 – 19663rd DivisionI'm a retired pipefitter and owner-broker of Sonny Hudson Real Estate, Inc. I served aboard the Connie during Vietnam (64-65) and am looking for shipmates. Does anyone know of a Joe Annunziata from Ozone Park, NY?
Stratton, LonHM31963 – 1965HLooking for information re:death of a V2 flight deck crew member who was sucked into the jet intake of a Crusader during operations in Viet Nam area 69/70. He was Brian Ligthart, /ABE3//I am married to his sister Nancy.
Taitaiau, Aioleogee601963 – 1969chefIm retired. Im living in Pearl City Hawaii with my wife.This ship is my favorite.I really miss it..
Avery, GeraldAKAN1963 – 1964USS constellation
MacKenzie, AlexLTJG1963 – 1966OIThree remarkable years !
Klumb, Keithadj31963 – 1965v1served as flight deck Hot Suit man , on flight deck ,when we went in the yards , i was transfered to v6 untill dicharge . i still have a place in my heart for the ship and men , i served with .
Evans, Herbert(Herb)FTM31963 – Jun 1965FoxAboard Connies first two West Pac Cruises 1963-1965. FTM during Gulf of Tonkin Incedent. Played on ships Basketball and fast pitch Softball teams. Connie was a great ship. Great shipmates and lifetime Brothers.
Dominguez, Albert Leo (Leo)E-31963 – 1967enlistedLeo was my fatherNlaw. I know he was stationed in San Diego /Coronado in 1964-65. He passed in May 87 so none of his grandchildren were able to meet him. If you served with him/have stories/pictures we would feel blessed
Demott, KeithEM31963 – Aug 1966E DivisionWorked in the POWER Shop, but remember a lot of my E div. shipmates. Please drop me an email: kdemott@gmail.com
Thompson, EricJan 1963 – 1965Radio disc jockeyI'm looking for friends of my fathers during his time on the Connie! Please email. His call sign on the radio was wild red on board ship. He was a disc Jockey
Neal, TomEM3Jan 1963 – Sep 4, 1966E- DivisionTwo west pack cruises, and a year in Bremerton dry dock, can never forget Olongapo, good times.
Kirkpatrick, StephenAO3Feb 1963 – Mar 1965G Div. Flt. Dk. CrewI spent almost 27 years in service with many commands. None stand out like my first ship the Connie.
Greenwalt, Richard E. GreenwaltAQB-3 {E-4}Feb 21, 1963 – May 5, 1965VAH-10Proud to have served on the greatest war ship. CVA-64
Smith, Terence profile iconBM E3Feb 23, 1963 – Jun 10, 19655thTerence L. Smith aka: "TL"
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Linn, Dennis W.MM2Mar 1963 – Jul 20, 1965A-2Great memories of two WestPac cruises and many friends.
Hockenberry, Orville HucksnApr 1, 1963 – Nov 28, 1964w and g divisionlooking for old friends
Canada, EddieE3Apr 2, 1963 – Jul 25, 1966V2worked on number one cat during my entire tour
Waide, Douglase-3, FTMApr 7, 1963 – Mar 7, 1964Fox DivisionReported aboard the Connie at Yokosuka, Japan on her maiden voyage to WesPac. Made third class P.O. on mess deck tour and was transferred to a special bomb test project in the Pacific.
Hultgren, HenryABE 3May 1963 – Aug 20, 1966V2Reported aboard in '63 was thereAug 64 thru Aug 66 many many long days and short nights no rest for forward cat crews
Gordon, MarkE4May 1963 – Dec 1966AMainly in A-6 O2N2 but also got to be in hydralics in steering & elevators.
Steckel, KerryAE3May 1963 – Dec 1964V6TWO TOURS SOUTH CHINA SEA COAST OF VIET NAM FLIGHT DECK
Butler, Ken K OPo2nd class metalsmithMay 1963 – Mar 1967RMy time aboard the Connie was some of the best of my life
Hague, PaulIC2May 1963 – Sep 1966E/V2Served on Connie '63-'66. In charge of PLAT/FLOLS. Was present Gulf of Tonkin, 1st launch of strikes Vietnam.
Rogers, TimothyANMay 5, 1963 – Aug 17, 1964V-1 Rep. 8 Also Hot suitHad more fun and heart than a person should have. Also lost some great friends
Daugherty, Jaye-3May 5, 1963 – Dec 26, 1966v-4
McClelland, KenAQB 3May 15, 1963 – Mar 15, 1965Heavy Attack Squadron 10I'll always remember the good times in Subic, Yokosuka, and Hong Kong. Sitting out on the flight deck at night and watching the storms was great. I was aboard the Connie at N. Island in 1999. Good memories. Too bad she has been dry docked.
Coons, DouglasABE-3May 20, 1963 – Aug 20, 1966V-2Came aboard May 1963 V-2 Div In the Gear, went Pri-Fly,great duty,made E-3,went to Engie RMs, worked in all three,then crew leader for maintainance crew.Was one of 55 that took Connie from Philly to Mayport in 1993
Holroyd, BillAME3Jun 1963 – Mar 27, 1964v-6looking for anybody from the v-6 division who served on first west pac
Holroyd, BillAME3Jun 1963 – Mar 7, 1964v-6
Van Emelen, LarryADJ 3Jun 1963 – 1965V-6 DIVISION
Samples, Richard ( Speedy )E-3Jun 1963 – Jun 19653 rdI ran liberty boat's & loved it
Sabiniano, Diego BCS1Jun 12, 1963 – Sep 8, 1966S-2Remarkable Ship. Great Biggggg CVA.... Proud to have served on board. Dedicated Navy Men.... Great and Memorable Experiences.... Outstanding Leaders on Board..
Medak, WaltRM2Jun 15, 1963 – Mar 1, 1964RadioA short but eventful assignment with some of the best people I've ever been associated with...... any "Sparkys" out there that served during the same time???
Lobach, James/jimMM2Jun 30, 1963 – Apr 27, 1967MRemember the ship and some of my shipmates fondly. Was there on the night that the Gulf of Tonkin incident occurred. It was a great time to be in the US Navy and I look back on my service with pride. Anyone who served with me in M Div. feel free t
Thompson, Eric Wild RedE3Jul 1963 – Jul 1965Supply
Semple, RichardAVIATION BOATSWAINS MATE 3RD CLASSJul 1963 – Feb 14, 1967V1, Crash Crew
Pennington, DaleAVIATION ELECTRICIAN 3RD CLASSJul 13, 1963 – Sep 17, 1963VF 51First cruise around the horn to San Diego. I remember my air conditioned bunk, After the Ticonderoga it was heaven. I served as plane captain and electrician on brand new 1 million dollar F8U aircraft. Good times for sure. Show boat.
Lobach, JamesMM2Aug 1, 1963 – Apr 10, 1967M DivisionServed aboard the "Connie" for my entire enlistment in 'M" Division and came aboard as a Seaman Apprentice and left just under four years later as a Machinist Mate 2nd. Class. Many found memories of friends & shipmates.
Holmes, William T.MM3Sep 1963 – Dec 16, 1966MServed in 2MMR and 2AUX. Was in the ships generator gang in 1966. I made 2 deployments during the Vietnam era. I still have contact with a number of my old Div. buddies. Enjoyed the reunion at the decom. Aug.03. She will be missed but not forgotten.
Vigil, Roger "vig"IC 3Sep 1963 – Jan 1967E
Swain, RichardFTM2Sep 1963 – Aug 1966WGreat time on two WestPak cruises - spent lots of time on Yankee Station! Enjoyed Olongapo and Hong Kong. I mostly took care of Radar 4.
Arthur, CurtAO3Sep 1963 – Jan 18, 1966G divWas aboard when the Maddox and Turner Joy were attacked and we steamed for the Gulf of Tonkin. On station a loooong time. Lots of good people
Holden, Leonard/lenan-abh3Sep 29, 1963 – Feb 1965v-3I was a plane handler on hanger deck, elevator operator and plane director.
Morales, CarlosBMSN E3Oct 1963 – Oct 19655 th
Martello, TomAG3 - Aerographer's MateOct 1963 – Mar 1966OM - Operations Meteorology(WestPac Cruise from 2/63 - 9/63) (WestPac & Vietnam Combat Cruise from 5/64 - 2/65)
Mascarenas, HermanBM3Oct 10, 1963 – Apr 27, 19674th divisionI enjoyed my time on the Connie. I regreted not stayin on active duty so I did the next best thing. I retired fron the USNR after 30 years active and reserve service as a BMC.
Fuqua, PaulANOct 22, 1963 – Apr 20, 1967S6
York, KennySN3 special servicesOct 30, 1963 – Jul 30, 1965X DivsionI was in Special Services did a little bit of everything, Marine Detachment, radio operator for Captain Brashard,Flight Deck Radio Operator, weapon/bomb Coordinator, special operations, in Okinawa,Philippines,Viet Nam
York, KennySNOct 31, 1963 – Jul 31, 1965EXEC"Those summer nights in Olongapo" are hard to ever forget!!!!!
Williams, WillieE-3Nov 19, 1963 – Feb 19, 19666th Divison terrier missle BatteryI am retired after two lucrative occupations. I will never forget 2nd Class Billy Ray Thompson my lead Petty Officer and another Petty officer named Ben. My foot was crushed in the Port Missile Launcher.
Thornton, JamesMM3Nov 23, 1963 – Mar 1966A
Kilcrease, Daniel (Jack)SM2Nov 23, 1963 – Apr 16, 1968Communications (CS)I would like to see all you guys on this list join the CVA/CV-64 Association. We have reunions every yesr. Contact me 21-599-3408 or jackkilcrease@yahoo.com. We have a great time at these reunions.
Callicrate, JohnSK3Dec 1, 1963 – Nov 15, 1965s6Started in H Div, then to Storekeeping. Fond memories. Loved Phillipines and Hong Kong. Loved the sea.
Boysel, JerryABE 2Dec 9, 1963 – Sep 19, 1964V-2 Arresting GearServed with one of the best crew in arresting gear
Pollock, LarryABE3Dec 25, 1963 – Apr 17, 1967V2Two Vietnam tours including Tonkin Gulf affair.Survived the flight deck fire of about 1966 which severly injured several friends on the "cat" crew.Lots of long days and nights on the "cats".
Beck, Robert(Bob)MM3Dec 27, 1963 – Jul 31, 1967MWorked in both MMR1 and MMR3 looking for anyone form the yard period in 1965 that has been diagnosed with asbestos related illness. BT or MM. I know of several shipmates that died but don't know the causes.
Beck, Robert (Bob)MM3Dec 27, 1963 – Aug 1967Mworked 3MMR lower level feed pumps.

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