The table below contains the names of sailors who served aboard the USS President Jackson (APA 18). 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 9 crew members registered for the USS President Jackson (APA 18).
|Gauci, Antonio||1942 – 1945||this is my great grandfather.i just found out about him being on this ship i would like to learn more about him from anyone who may have known him|
|Ford, Wallace M.||SEAMAN FIRST CLASS||Jan 1942 – 1943||Deck||Later served aboard the USS Hamlin AV-15|
|Zapata, Frank||1 class||1943 – 1945||Unknown||I am the granddaughter of Frank Zapata who served onboard the USS President Jackson from 1942 - 1944. I have some old photos of him. One photo has a group dated 1944. Has listed names of "Joe"and "Willie"|
|Newbauer, William (Bill, Willie)||fireman first class||1944 – 1945||small boats||I started out serving as a boilerman but switched to small boats. I was a boat engineer on an lcvp. Iwo Jima was the most memorable part of the time I spent aboard the PJ.|
|Wilson, Elba / Pound / Lb||S1C||1944 – 1945||Barber||I am Debbie Wilson Baize, the daughter of S1C Elba I Wilson who served aboard the USS President Jackson as Ship's Barber. Would love to exchange pictures and stories with other family members.|
|Falcon, Joe Sr.||Seaman First Class||Feb 19, 1944 – 1945||Amphibious Force||I'm the proud son of Joe L Falcon Sr.,who served on USS President Jackson during the battle of Iwo Jima in 1945. I have 2 letters (citations) from my dad's Commanding Officer's recognizing my dad for his contributions.|
|Decker, William Dawse NEW||BM1||Jan 4, 1946 – Mar 26, 1947||unknown||My Grandpa never talked about his time in the war. Only thing we know is that he fought in the Aleutian islands around Dutch Harbor. Sunk 4 subs (1 confirmed?) and escorted the Indianapolis CA-35|
|Moore, Harry B.||FN||Apr 1949 – Jun 1950||? ? Refridgeration|
|Wood, Homer||mm3||Oct 1949 – Jun 1951||M div.|
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