The table below contains the names of sailors who served aboard the USS Maryland (BB 46). 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 7 crew members registered for the USS Maryland (BB 46).
|Vann, Madison||GM2||1940 – 1946||Weapons 3||I am the son of Madison Brewer Vann Jr. GM2 Turret 3 I believe. Dad died in 1967, anything you can tell me about him and what his job was in firing the 16 in. gun. He was on ship on Dec. 7th. Thank you Steven Vann.|
|Zenni, Martin||Seaman E3||Mar 30, 1940 – Aug 10, 1941||Second||Best wishes to any survivors of the Maryland and the vicious attack on Pearl. I left by chance for the Naval Academy Prep School Aug 10 1941 after 18 months on the "Mary" then spent 37 wonderful year in the Navy.|
|Sammons, Chuck||S1c||May 24, 1941 – Dec 31, 1945||ukn||I am Son of Bennie O Sammons. He was received on board May 5, 1941 and was on the ship when in Pearl Harbor December 7, 1941.|
|Laizure, James Robert||3rd class||1942 – 1944||20 mm gun crew||I would like to have any information about Bob and anyone who may have known him. I am preparing to take him on a "Tour of Honor" to Washington DC with Honor Flight Southland to see the war memorials there. Thanks Tony|
|Hillyer, James||Machinist 2nd class||1942 – 1945||M||My dad was 17 when he joined the Navy, the same year when Pearl Harbor was bombed. He was a machinist the whole time. Today he is 95 and lives in Discovery Bay, CA. He is probably one of the few still alive.|
|McClain, George||Seaman 1st Class||1944 – 1944||USS Maryland||I served on the USS Maryland during 1944. I was on board ship during the Battle of Leyte Gulf until the ship was hit my a kamikaze. After that I was assigned as a guard on Guam.|
|Ryman, Phillip||Seaman 2nd Class||1944 – 1944||M||My uncle, Gordon Odell Ryman was killed onboard the USS Maryland, Nov. 29, 1944 at Leyte Gulf. I am a retired teacher who collects just the envelopes of sailor's mailings from the ship.Please send to Phil G. Ryman,|
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