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USS New Jersey (BB 62) Crew List

The table below contains the names of sailors who served aboard the USS New Jersey (BB 62). 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 437 crew members registered for the USS New Jersey (BB 62).

Select the period (starting by the reporting year): precomm – 1956 | 1957 – 1968 | 1969 – 1981 | 1982 | 1983 – 1984 | 1985 – 1986 | 1987 – 1988 | 1989 – now

Newsted, MarkBT10000 – Oct 21, 1991B Division / #1 Boilerroom
Scullin, KevinGMGSNMar 15, 0985 – Feb 2, 1986G1Oh, how I miss climbing through gun barrels!
Marin, FrankieBM3Aug 1087 – Feb 19912ND TO NONEBEST BATTLESHIP
Trimmel, Andrew3rd class1942 – 1945gunnery crewMy Dad, Andrew Ttrimmel died in 2011, but his love for the New Jersey was so great he built a replica of the ship from scratch by blue prints. He proudly spoke of the big 16 inch guns he was a powder man.
Walls, WilliamGMMar 1, 1942 – Nov 30, 1945navyMy father was on the maiden voyage of the New Jersey serving in Turret #1 as a Gunners Mate 1st Class He just celebrated his 87th birthday this past March.
Miller, J. CharlesPetty OfficerMay 1942 – Aug 1945Second DivisionGreatest experience of my life on the best ship in the Navy. I am proud to be a Plank owner from the original crew. Proud of the ship's distinguished history. Encourage your family & friends to visit the ship in Camden.
Fargo, MikeFIRE CONTROL1943 – 1945My dad remembered
Sola, Gus1943 –
Salmon, Paulseaman1943 – Jan 1, 1946GunneryFor my pap. He just turned 87 he was a loader for a 20mm AA gun on the aft deck if anybody remembers him please contact me.
McKenzie, CoraWTFCJan 1, 1943 – Mar 16, 1946BMy Dad, Malcolm McKenzie is looking to speak or email with anyone from WWII era from B Division Fire Room 3 or any other other Fire rooms. Please email to: Thank you.
Canaday, Richard "D", Jr.PFCMay 1943 – Aug 19449th USMC DetachmentI've proudly listed my father who served from here; God willing, he will celebrate his 82 b/day this May as a proud member of BB62's GLORIOUS HISTORY! Following BB62 service assigned to 6th Marine Div; 22nd Battalion; Fox Co.; 45 Okinawa
Robbins, PaulGUNNERS MATE 3RD CLASSMay 23, 1943 – Feb 10, 19464th (Mount #10)Commissioned the ship May 23, 1943, the same day my mother was sent my High School Diploma.Graduated from High School and commisioned a battleship on the same day!
Lawrence, JohnMachinist Mate 1st ClassMay 23, 1943 – Jun 30, 1948M
Ghione, Eugene P Sr.BM2Aug 1, 1943 – May 1, 19454thMy Dad...remembered.
Ryan, William E.Nov 1, 1943 – Nov 30, 1945FM
Schmidt, Theodore L3RD.CLASS PO1944 – 1945electrical
Hosick, JosephFire Controlman 3rd classJan 1944 – May 1945FMI'm looking for anyone that was int he FM division from 1944 through 1945. Especially interested in "Blackie" Hagerman, Swede Anderson, Don Combs, and Sugar Cain. also looking for Spira Dainka.
Altizer, WilliamMachinist's Mate 3rd ClassJan 1, 1944 – Apr 22, 1946M DivisionMy father passed away in 2017, age 95. He was a plankowner of the New Jersey and took great pride in serving aboard her. Never stepped out of the house without his New Jersey cap on his head!
South, EdwardE-2Jan 1, 1944 – Sep 18, 1945gunneryOperations :IWO JIMA 2-10 to 3-5-45,tokyo and nagoya 2-16,Okinawa , Ryuku Islands 3-1-45,Okinawa Gunto 3-14 to 4-16-45,Saipan 6-11 to 6-24-44, Battle of the Philipines sea 6-19 to 6-20-44,Guam 7-12 to 8-2-44, Palau,Yap,
Hempel, RudolfElectronic Technicians Mate1945 – 1946?
Sullivan, JamesStorekeeper 2nd class1950 –Storekeeper 2nd ClassJames Ady Sullivan is my grandfather. Looking for anyone who may have pictures of him or any stories they could tell!! He passed away in 2001 from lung cancer. 1928-2001 RIP Grandpa aka Sully
Jacobus, Charles (Jake)BM3/CApr 7, 1950 – May 15, 19537thBest ship I served aboard
Buckley, HenryBOSENJun 25, 1950 – Jun 1, 19545th
Bland, RonaldBM3Sep 1950 – Sep 19532nd DivisionI was on board during the Korean War. Stationed with the 2nd Division. Any one still kicking I would like to communicate with you. Write back to this site and my son will forward the information.
Andrews, Fred (Andy)DC 2Oct 8, 1950 – Jun 10, 19543rd & RI would like to reacquaint with Korean War shipmates,with which I served.Will answer all correspondence.
Fry, HaroldET2Dec 19, 1950 – Mar 15, 1953ElectronicsI went aboard shortly after BB62 had been recommisioned the second time. Our quarters were midships below the main deck until we headed for Korea. Every division was split fore and aft. My bunk was under #1turret muzzles
Johnson, Conrad PeteYN2Sep 1951 – Mar 1955"Q" Division, Operations Office
Randall, David1952 – 1953Navy
Ferrante, AngeloE31952 – 1956BOILER TECH
Laderwager, MatthewSN1952 – 1954serving on the NJ was a very exciting time. Visited places i never dreamed of going. Made many good friends.
Roberts, Kennethseaman 1st class1952 – 1954Able Div.Looking for Browne RE Floral Park, New York Retired 1993 living in Lake Havasu City Arizona
Suiter, JimHM2Nov 18, 1952 – Aug 12, 1955hloved the duty, hindsight
Tallman, Allen DonaldPH1C1953 – 1953STAFFPhotographer for VADM J. J. Clark Was aboard New Jersey until Ship went back to the States and the staff went aboard the Wisconson.
Lynch, William PriceLTJG1953 – 1956C, Q & EXI reported aboard in 1953 at Long Beach when the ship was headed to Korea. I left the ship in 1956 (Feb. 1 believe) when the ship was in dry dock at portsmouth, VA
Petrola, James -peteRADIOMAN THIRD CLASSJan 27, 1953 – May 1955C
Alberti, Samuel Or NickGMSNFeb 22, 1953 – Nov 1, 19555thanyone in the 5th div 40 mm guns
Svegliato, MichaelFT21955 – Sep 1957FAI was assigned to the 40s then the Mk56 systems. Hope all the guys in FA and the gunner's mates we worked with enjoyed good lives. . Thanks guys.
Dier, BillEM2Jan 20, 1955 – Jun 6, 1956EMy Navy years were the most formidable years of my life. I met many, many good people aboard the NJ. If you can, go to Philadelphia, then go to Camden, NJ and go aboard. I did in 2006. Wonderful memories, wonderful ship.
Chiappi, BillEM3Mar 1956 – Sep 1957E DivisionElectrical Officer
Scanlon, TomBT3Apr 13, 1956 – Jul 18, 1957BWith all 8 boilers on the line at full power, that baby could sure move! I believe it was 33.5 knots with a huge rooster-tail.
Dutton, Richard E.FIREMANMay 15, 1956 – Jun 1957What a great ship and crew. Got know some really great people. My first duty after basic.Can anyone supply a roster for M division for those years. had one but came up missing.
Martin, Edward/edFT 3Oct 1956 – Aug 21, 1957FAOn the night of "The Moth Ball" I think Aug 8, 1957, the captain and crew were all at the ball. My division officer was the only officer on duty. He asked me to stand-by for him while he went to the ball, so I was in charge of the BB 62 that ni

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