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USS America (CV 66) Crew List

The table below contains the names of sailors who served aboard the USS America (CV 66). 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 2719 crew members registered for the USS America (CV 66).

Select the period (starting by the reporting year): precomm – 1964 | 1965 | 1966 | 1967 | 1968 | 1969 – 1969 | 1970 | 1971 | 1972 | 1973 | 1974 | 1975 | 1976 | 1977 | 1978 | 1979 | 1980 | 1981 | 1982 | 1983 | 1984 | 1985 | 1986 | 1987 | 1988 | 1989 | 1990 | 1991 | 1992 | 1993 | 1994 | 1995 – now

NameRank/RatePeriodDivisionRemarks/Photo
Ubbink, Donald H.FN1969 – 1973
Bassett, SteveBM31969 – May 19715thGitmo, Virgin Islands, 1970 WesPac cruise
Chalek, RickE-41969 – Aug 1970forgot the (gunner's mate)Just a note to Steve Zimmerman's son: I remember your dad. Good, though casual, friend. I remember when he died at home on leave. He loved racing around in cars. sorry it caught him. We had some good times.
Simmons, AlDATA PROCESSING TECH 3RD CLASS1969 – 1970
Mockensturm, DennyMM31969 – 1971A3I had a lot of good times on AMERICA and made some great friends. God bless all who served on board.Our memories of AMERICA will last forever.
Book, EdET21969 – 1970OEHowdy
Swinehart, Rihard/dickE-31969 – 1971engeneringtonkon gulf yacht club. where is Mockensterm, Wazniac,Fabrico,Crazy Cavelier and the guy,s? did a lot of growing up on that ship.
Campbell, DaveHM-2 (headed for Vietnam)1969 – 1969RVAH - 13It took me years (too long), to discover this site. As I saw the pictures there were too many memories and laughs, but most of all...too many tears...My prayers go out to the surviving and deceased sailors of the AMERICA
Palmer, Calvin Or Seapop profile iconAMS11969 – 1970VF-96
Brown, EdE2 Boatswain's Mate1969 – 19711stLooking for any crew members & petty officers.
Bureker, Robert J.CWO1969 – 1970EODRemember your EOD team? Gunner Bureker here.
Parrish, RobRD31969 – 1972OI
Tortorea, PaulE51969 – Dec 1970AMC CALIBRATION LABLooking for any guys I served with on the USS America from 1969 to 1970.
Cole, James profile iconET21969 – 1972OEET RADAR gang, Will respond to all emails.
Deacon, Robert (Deac Or Bob)ADJ2Jan 1969 – Jan 14, 1973VA 82Served in the Navy at Cecil Field in VA174 1969/1971 - transferred to VA82 in 1971/1972. 2 tours - 1 Med 1971 and 1 Wespac 1972 - flight deck trouble shooter '72. memorable/difficult time whole ship went with everything to save pilot and couldn
Spina, Robertli3Jan 2, 1969 – Mar 20, 1973xi like the navy
Clickner, PhilDNJan 3, 1969 – Dec 28, 1970DentalAround The World In 322 Days , A great crew, a fantastic Cruise. Captain McWhorter DD A great man to work for. Dr G. Dr McMahn Chief Akins, Dt Bill Dodge, Dn Doug Statler, Henrey Stilley.Phil Burr,Gene McNaulty.Sorry If I Forgot Anyone.
Spina, RobertLI3Jan 16, 1969 – Aug 19, 1971X
Moore, Gregory W.RM2Feb 1969 – Dec 1970CR
Scritchfield, RogerABH 3Feb 1969 – Nov 1971V 1 REP 8 CRASH AND SALVAGE
Welch, StephenMR3Feb 1969 – Aug 1972A DivisionWorked in machine shop next to electrical shop and metal fab shop
Schelp, RaymondDP3Feb 1, 1969 – Mar 1, 1971SupplyLike to hear from George Rousek, Earl Bush, or any of crew from Electro Mechanical Machine dept within Supply division from the 1970 Vietnam cruise.
Philip, LeslieEN3Feb 21, 1969 – Jan 29, 1970A-5 Boat ShopResponsible for the liberty launches, Captain's gig and the number 2 aux. diesel room. Did see my ENC Chief at a golf course in Florida. He didn't remember me when I was the one who always got him his temprin hydrate from sickbay.Great crew!!
Stanton, CraigABEMar 1969 – Dec 1970V-2Bow Cats (1)
Baker, StevenEN3Mar 7, 1969 – May 8, 1971a3
Goodwin III, JamesBM2Mar 7, 1969 – Sep 28, 19701STWILL GLADY RETURN ALL E-MAILS.
Carter, MikeETR-3Apr 1969 – Sep 1969OEMy first ship! Got to touch every extreme of her while in drydock. watched the lunar landing on the ET shop TV. (Post is straight)
Stemm Sr, DavidSEAMAN APPRENTICEApr 1969 – Aug 1, 1969mess cook
Robison, RichardRD2Apr 1969 – Dec 1970OIAssigned to the USS America while already in the Tonkin Gulf in 68, but did not actually board until spring of 69 after shore leave and computer school at Dam Deck, VA. Sad to think of her at the bottom. Lot of great guys while I served.
Blackwell, KenDS2Apr 3, 1969 – Nov 3, 1972OETwo WESPAC cruises
Knoblauch, RandolphE4 PR3May 21, 1969 – Dec 22, 1970Ships companyran day shift in O2 shop parachute rigger Great time should have stayed in.
Thibadeau, Bill PATN3Jun 1969 – Nov 1970AIMDI am a retired structural engineer that worked mostly for the US Army Corps of Engineers as a civilian. The more time I spend on FB USS America group discussions, the more I miss my Navy sea time on WestPAC.
Lawler, LarryE3Jul 1969 – Sep 1970SupplyWas the best of my time in the Navy, aboard the U.S.S. America CVA 66. Sure wish was around, just to go back and see her one more time.
Doss, RandyANJul 12, 1969 – Feb 14, 1973v2great time looking for old shipmates
Dunlap, LouisQMJul 15, 1969 – Dec 15, 1972Navigation
Nebinger, RobertE3Jul 28, 1969 – Dec 31, 1972NavyNot sure with dates or rank looking for anyone who knew Robert Nebinger (Nebs) from time on the USS America from 1969 until return to US. Trying to help get VA benefits. Please email irishlwcc7@yahoo.com with any info.
Gould, AlETR2Aug 1969 – Jul 1972OE
Drinan, JohnDK3Aug 1969 – Jul 1971S-4My first ship in a 25 year career. Always a special spot after the 1970 Around the World cruise.
McNulty, Lee (Mack)BM3Sep 1969 – Mar 24, 19735th & 1stGood Ship Great Times Great Friends Proud to have Served What A Shame My Ship Wasn't Allowed To Become A Museum After all she was OUR NATIONS FLAG SHIP So much for politicians, Dept of the Navy & NAVSEA who purposely destroyed he
Uhler, GarySK3Sep 1969 – Jul 1973S-1AMany good memories , lot of hard work and long days.
Hepburn, Thomas (Scotty)QM2Sep 15, 1969 – Jun 30, 1973NAVBEST DUTY STA . IN THE world!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Rocha, Garye-3Sep 15, 1969 – Feb 7, 1971xo'shad a great time in rio,manila,tokeyo,hong kong,and sydney with the wild bunch,barboza, stafford, andrea.if anyone sees this, i've retired to south carolina from florida.
Lynch, LarryYN3Sep 29, 1969 – Apr 29, 19733RDServed in the lST LT Office as Yeoman
Malphrus, JimETN3Oct 1969 – Dec 1973Served in Ops ET Shop 1.
Shoemaker, HenryABE3Oct 1969 – Apr 1971Air Department
Allen, TimIC3Oct 1969 – Jun 1973Ewhat a way to spend 4 yrs of my youth
Malphrus, JimETN3Oct 8, 1969 – Dec 23, 1973OperationsET Shop 1 03 level forward, port side. Westpac 1970, Med 1971, Westpac 1972-1973. Great time to be young and single.
Brown, Francis H. "frank"EM2Nov 1969 – Dec 1972EVietNam 1970, Mediterranean 1971, VietNam 1972
Price, Donald "Don"HMC (SW)Nov 1969 –Go Navy!
Richard Conry, Rtao3Nov 1969 – Nov 1971G2I was aboard for 70 Wespac and 71 Med cruises. Met a lot of good guys and made a lot of memories.
Catanese, RobertAMNov 5, 1969 – Nov 1971V-2flew out on the cod to meet the ship after she left the yards in 69. i did the 1970 westpac and the 71 med cruise and every thing in between . i was with the waist cat crew . it was the best two years of my life. who can ever forget ALONGAPO CITY.
Gregory, BobEM-2Nov 11, 1969 – Jul 26, 1973E Division C&E ShopWas saddened by the sinking of the America, but the good time onboard we quite eye opening. Was a fun ride. I remember Joe Satiro and his car
Hutcherson, MarkEM2Nov 15, 1969 – Dec 21, 1970E-DivisionOn-board for over-haul @ Norfolk Naval Shipyard and West-Pac cruise. Did a lot of growing up on the "BIG DAWG" and in "Po City". Great times on a great ship with a great crew!
Sommer, Raymond L.E-3Dec 1969 – Jan 1971RepairServed with many fine men-Charlie Fazio-Joseph Green-Bill M-GallodayChief Roy Emery( finest Chief to serve under) Married Apr. 8 1970 2 days for Nam cruise.
Zimmerman, Steven D.AOANDec 1969 – May 1969Aviation OrdanceThis is my fathers information. He was killed in MVA when home on leave. Proud that he served on CVA-66
Bergquist, DonnieRM3Dec 1969 – May 1972CRI was know as Donnie. I mostly worked in Radio Central. I did a shakedown, Carribean, WestPac, and a Med. I was surely glad to get off of her. Can be contacted at dbergquist2@sbcglobal.net anytime. Love to hear from ya. DB
Bergquist, DonnieRMSNDec 1969 – May 2020CRHi guys, I served on her from 69 - 72. Yup, did a shakedown, carribean, westpac, and a med. Truly, enough !! Contact me for a copy of the poem I wrote while on watch in Radio Central. Take care, Donnie
Zukovsky, RobertSNDec 1969 – Apr 1971Deck Department
Stadter, DougDT2Dec 18, 1969 – Jan 15, 1972DentalMade a West Pac (70) and Med (71)cruise on the America. Sorry to see her go down.
Jones, William (Corky)AQB3Dec 26, 1969 – Mar 1973AIMDI am a retired Nuclear Electrical Inspection specialist, Proud of the time I spent aboard USS America
Stinson, MarkAO3Dec 31, 1969 – Mar 24, 1973G-2Some of the best years of my life. Proud to have served on such a proud lady.
Vine, Robert / BobET 1Dec 31, 1969 – Mar 1, 1971OE
Stinson, MarkAO3Dec 31, 1969 – Mar 24, 1973G2

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