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USS Enterprise (CVN 65) Crew List

The table below contains the names of sailors who served aboard the USS Enterprise (CVN 65). 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 2470 crew members registered for the USS Enterprise (CVN 65).

Select the period (starting by the reporting year): precomm – 1961 | 1962 | 1963 | 1964 – 1965 | 1966 | 1967 | 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 | 1992 – 1993 | 1994 | 1995 – 1996 | 1997 – 1998 | 1999 – 2000 | 2001 – 2002 | 2003 – 2004 | 2005 – 2007 | 2008 – now

NameRank/RatePeriodDivisionRemarks/Photo
Lonergan, Tim1974 – 1975V-4
Thompson, KenAQ21974 – 1983AIMD-IM3Toured on both the Old "E" and the refitted "E". Remember my TAD from Va22 to the E that became permanent, and the Grande Island parties. If any of the family is looking, check me out at: ken1658@yahoo.com. Never thought I'd miss
Piersons, PeteETR21974 – 1976reactor 1any nukes out there?
Retzlaff, BobAQ1974 –
Lamont, DavidEM21974 – 1975EWorked in the EE-10 Lighting Shop. Stood switchgear watches. GQ station was Primary Flight Control. Remember Olongapo, Hong Kong, Singapore, Mombasa, Mauritius and ALAMEDA! Onboard for Operation Frequent Wind.
Felkins, LinderYN31974 – 1975One West-Pac -worked in Captain's Office and Safety Office. Enjoyed playing music with shipmates
Thames, Bernie (Max)AE21974 – 1975VF-202 (Superheats)Need info re: Agent Orange and any shipmates that served aboard ship from 74-75 and particularly during "Frequent Wind" the night Saigon fell. I believed that the "E" was close enough to see rocket attacks on the city.
Devine, JohnE-31974 – 1976HS-2What a great deployment. Some busy times. I sure enjoyed the great times in Olongapo from what I can remember. It's hard to believe it's been that long ago.
Bjerken, Steve (Bj)HTFN1974 – 1977engineeringworked in pipe shop, and lightwater shop
Ferski, MikeMMFN1974 – 1977A-6So many crazy guys back then, such as: Big Si, JC, Ricky Joe, Prickly Heat, Fluffy,Good ol'Willy, Mike Burke & tons more. Enjoyed working with all of them.
Leonard, DanADJ31974 –VA-196
Kruppstadt, JohnSN1974 –CommunicationsI started the 1975-1975 cruise and was transfered while in Hong Kong. I was flown off the flight deck after being promoted to DM3 and transfered to Moffit Field, Ca. where I served until Nov. 1975.
Harris, RichardMM21974 – Jul 1978RMWorked in One plant after training on the first cruise, (I got picked up in Hawaii) then in the RM office on the second Westpac.
Scott, Cliff profile iconHT-31974 – 1977R DivisionSaying goodbye to the old girl here in Puget Sound Naval Shipyard and Intermediate Maintenance Facility sometime mid/late 2015. I do have fond memories.
Vogt, GeraldMM11974 – 1978RM11Looking for MMC Keith Ritchie. Finest man I ever worked for. I spent over 15 years in the Navy and shipyard working on CVAN-65 all over the world. I also worked on all west coast nuclear surface ships and Tridents.
Laney, JoelE 021974 –SA
Peltier, BrianE31974 – 19753rdBoatsmans 1974 WestPac Indian Ocean. April 1975 Operation Frequent Wind ( Vietnam). 1975 Hurricane in Maurtius Islands . Feb 1975 Shellback Initiation. Mombasa Africa, Singapore, Phillipines,Hawaii, Japan, San Fransisco .
Yeager, Robin  NEWAE21974 – 1977Aviation CAG14 VF-1Looking for VF-1 fellow airdales. Living the life - retired in sunny Florida
Divin, Robert (Rags)ABEJan 1974 – Sep 1978v2 waist catsWorked waist cats and had a ball. Hardest work ever done but met a lot of great brothers.. Timberlake moondog miss you guys
Reid, JimMM2Jan 1974 – Feb 1976Reactor 2Looking for some of the guys that were assigned to 2 plant reactor division. Mark Vroman, Larry Stubben?
Achaki, Adisa - Bennie ClarkE-3Jan 4, 1974 – Apr 26, 19761st DivisionThe sentiments I knew then, the end of the Vietnam War, remain strong today. Where are some of my great buddies? Conrad Arndt, Hector Candelario, others? Hey, you guys: I hope life has been good to you since those days.
Brooker, GlennFTM 3Jan 15, 1974 – Jan 8, 1978SAMI made two WestPacs and worked in CIC. Was in charge of STBD fire control system. Is there anyone from SAM Division here. I was the VD and Party Petty Officer. I had a great time from what I remember. Get ahold of me and let's tell some sea storie
Sparks, John "Mike"AO3-AO2Feb 1974 – Feb 1977G-3First command. Had some bumps in the road but some great memories.
Noel, Clifton L.Feb 1, 1974 – Jul 1, 1978
Ayres, GeorgeICFA - IC2Feb 20, 1974 – May 17, 1977V2 Plat/LensLooking for EM3 Steve Burns from the Movie Booth. Also ABE3 Donnell. Many memories, 2 long 9 month cruises. Anyone in V2 at that time, love to hear from you. Also visit me at togetherweserved.com.
Trumble, DavidDS1Mar 1974 – Jun 1978OE-2
Vega, ZeferinoMR2Mar 15, 1974 – Nov 29, 1977A & R DivisionsWould like inforation on the decomisioning ceremony. Would like to hear from any one in the MR shop and welding across our shop. Great memories and good friends.
Engman, BrianMM3/MM2Mar 24, 1974 – Jan 6, 1977Machinery 2One of the original 2 plant Hammer Mechanics. Operation Frequent Wind, trips to PI and all the other places we went. WesPacs really SUCK.
Mullis, FrederickAO3Mar 29, 1974 – Dec 1, 1975GMAnyone from the GM division please look me up. Hell of a time on board, visited her a few months ago, she is still the finest in the fleet. Was on board the Nimitz for a cruise, did not hold a candle to the Big E.
Killip, BradAT2Apr 1974 – Mar 1977VS-29 S3AAAWe did the bi-centenial 1976 deployment We were also the first West Pac Deployent with the new S3AAA Antisubmarine warfare plane. Great time Honolulu, PI, Hong Kong, Mombasa Kenya. And we went back for Edi Amin to release americans.
Lamont, DavidEM2Apr 1974 – Nov 1975EElectrician in lighting shop.
Sawyer, DuaneETN2-1Apr 1, 1974 – Jul 15, 1977OE-017/42 I was the first sailor to go England to train on the SCOT1 Satellite communication system 7/75. The plan was for three sailors to maintain the equipment. for various reasons there was only myself & ET2 McGufee
Tudor, Michael TootE4Apr 14, 1974 – Oct 21, 1977V-1Looking for former deckhands that served with me...
Tudor, Michael (Toot)PO 3Apr 16, 1974 – Oct 22, 1977V-1Would love to hear from someone who served with me.
Trahan, CharlesETN3Apr 22, 1974 – Apr 21, 1977ElectronicsServed with a great bunch of guys ET Shop 1 74-77. Just found this site by accident today. Greetings to anyone left out there.
Senior, EdwinAT-2May 1974 – May 1975VAQ-137, TAD to AIMD W/C 642 (VANS)First cruise, and it was a long one! I remember well Mombasa, the Yankee Station "detour" and Operation Frequent Wind.
Crews, RickAO3May 1974 – Mar 1975G I came to the Big "E" after 2 cruises on the Coral Sea with VAQ-135. What a difference in ships ! I was in forward bomb assembly for the duration.Hey to all the guys I served with.
Aylstock, FredETR3-2May 1, 1974 – Jan 6, 1979OEWorked in the island on one of the fixed array radars. Made 3 WestPAC's.
Pierce, FrankBM1Jun 1974 – Sep 1976EXEC
Laforte, CraigAT2Jun 15, 1974 – Jun 15, 1977Great deployments.
Gaddy, KermitAMS3Jun 27, 1974 – Jun 20, 1975SQUADRON VA97
Gallion, James(Jake)MS3/PN3Jul 1974 – Jun 1977S-2/VA196First cruise, ships company in S-2 division, worked in the storerooms. Then transferred to VA-196 changed rate to PN.
Fraser, DaleHMCSJul 10, 1974 – Aug 10, 1977H (Medical)Picked up E-7 while onboard. Was the Preventive Medicine Technician. Made 2 WestPac cruises. Enjoyed every minute onboard. The C.O., C.C. Smith, was the greatest.
Kilvert, CoryPTANJul 12, 1974 – Jan 6, 1978oz
Gaddy, KermitAMS3Jul 25, 1974 – Jun 25, 1975squardron VA97
Newbury, EdABF2Aug 1974 – Mar 1978V-42 wespacs, like to hear from anyone air dept from 74' to 78'
Mestre, Hector L.CS2Aug 1974 – Aug 1975S2
Shipley, BarryE3Aug 1, 1974 – Dec 10, 1975V3What an experience. I was 19 years old. Now 54 and still the biggest impact of my life. The First ever F14's. 18 hr days. The guys, the ports, the P.I. still in my dreams. I wish I could go back then.
Bendokas, TimAMS3Sep 1974 – May 1975VAQ-137Can't believe it's been 30 years since WestPac 74-75! Love to hear from anyone in my squadron & trade old stories!
Stephanski, CharlesMMCMSep 1974 – Jun 1977E-3Served as senior Master Chief in charge of Habitiility Services, and Damage Control Instructor.
Humphries, AllenAE2 / AE1Sep 1974 – Apr 1977AIMD WC620TAD from VF2 to AIMD WC620 Made two cruises on Big E - 74-75 & 76-77
Barton, Robert LeeMM1Sep 1, 1974 – Jun 20, 1978Reactor RM-1
Richards, PaulABF2Sep 7, 1974 – Apr 17, 1978V-4 DivisionWithout any doubt...My years and travels while on-board the Enterprise have given me my fondest memories as I go through this life.
Hume, RickAK-2Sep 11, 1974 – Feb 1978S- 6 divisionRemember the long line periods, relieving the oil burners and the Craziness when Saigon fell in April 75. Bobby Mikko saved my life and flying as part of the COD Crew was the best. no liberty boats when you could Helo
Cooley, TommyCorporalSep 17, 1974 – Jun 10, 1976Marine Detachment
Gary, DuffinE4/MACHENIST MATESep 30, 1974 – Sep 29, 1977M
Wolf, JoeE-4Oct 11, 1974 – Jun 14, 1977V4GREAT BUNCH OF GUYS
Olsen, Charles ( Chuck )HM3Oct 15, 1974 – Dec 5, 1976Medical Dept.Worked alot on the flight deck BDS,med records,X-Ray ER, Had a great time all in all have alot of good and bad memorys. Would like to get together with some of my shipmates.
Roldan, Robert B.SH2Oct 15, 1974 – Apr 4, 1978S-3During these years we're in the West Pac, Philippines, South China sea, mombasa Africa, Singapore, hongkong,Tasmania, and crossed equator 2 times. Captain was Carol Smith. 1974 we're rescuing some of the Vietnamese refug
Brumfield, JamesAms2Nov 1974 – Feb 1975Chopper fleet
Slunski, MartinE-4Nov 9, 1974 – Nov 20, 1978M-23Bones, where ya be - Hang the MASTER!
Ryback, JimPLANE CAPTAINNov 15, 1974 – Oct 22, 1978VF-2I was proud to serve on her. Made 3 west-pacs
Robideau, Joe ( Rubberduck )ETR - 3Dec 1974 – Mar 1977OE - ELECTRONIC SHOP 3I ENJOYED MY TIME ON HER VERY MUCH AND HAVE ALOT OF FOND MEMORIES OF OUR PORTS OF CALL AND THE MONTHS AT SEA
Combs III, Gene / Butch profile iconABF-4Dec 1, 1974 – Jan 22, 1981V-4 Fuels Repair I tell you what that was some of the best times of my life remumber james boil, mike hackney,and how about boo boo boy did we have some fun back then boy wish i could go back to those good old days
Graham, RichardMM2Dec 9, 1974 – Aug 3, 1976REA 4
Schaefer, WilliamMM2Dec 12, 1974 – Sep 27, 1978A-gang (Cryogenics Plants)All or part of 3 WestPacs.
Mike, LaboiAC 1Dec 22, 1974 – Jun 1, 1976AIR OpsLong Hours But we had a Ball. Captain CC Smith was awesome
Wesolowski, Briane-4Dec 27, 1974 – Aug 25, 1978air mechi am looking for football team and softball team . 1975 1978

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