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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

NameRank/RatePeriodDivisionRemarks/Photo
Utter, PatrickMM E3Jan 1969 – Dec 1969A
Pelletier, DavidICFNJan 9, 1969 – Apr 29, 1969ICIt was a four month stint. We provided support off the coast of Da Nang. Then I was transferred to the USS Halsey DLG 23 at Subic Bay.
Carr, LincolnBM3Mar 8, 1969 – Oct 1, 1969Boatswainmate - Holystone CrewOff the shores of Vietnam in the Tonkin Gulf running with the night train. Taking on scrapnel and giving 'em hell. If you were a G.I. in the bush you loved us. Boom Boom!!
McKay, EdSeamanMay 1969 – Dec 19695thWhere was the New Jersey on July 20th,1969?
Laskowski, MarkSeamanMay 1969 – Dec 1969OI
Ebey, RonaldSAMay 1969 – Sep 19693rdThe New Jersey was my 1st ship out of boot camp. I started in the Deck section of 3rd Div and was changed to the Gun Gang of Turret 3 later. Retired USN as RMC. Email rmcrlebey@aol.com
Barnhart, Charles (Barney)GMG3May 1969 – Dec 12, 19692nd Division Turret 2Trying to locate Thomas Gallucci if anyone has contact information, please let me know. Thanks
Herrero, RichardSH2May 5, 1969 – Dec 17, 1969Ship ServiceWorked in Crews Barber Shop
Antrim, C.l.Mid'n 2/cJun 1, 1969 – Aug 1, 1969MidshipmenThe New Jersey was flagship of the 1969 midshipmen training squadron.
Bomm, PeterMM FAJul 1969 – Nov 1969AOne of the biggest disappointments of my life was when they cancelled the Wes/Pac Cruise and announced the decommissioning.
Buffo, Dominic Jr.FTSNAug 1969 – Dec 17, 1969FA
Hester, CalvinS-2Aug 1, 1969 –ServiceHistorically, I was the youngest service man on board the USS New Jersey BB-62
Whitlock, JonE2Aug 7, 1969 – Jul 28, 1970MateThis was the best duty I ever had.
Whitcomb, MichaelYNC/E-7Jun 28, 1977 – Dec 31, 1995X1First Yeoman on board 1981 - Hello to Rusty, Scrivy & you too Martin !
Amado, PaulBM 2Feb 1, 1980 – Dec 24, 19841st.Everyday was a Holiday and every meal a Banquet. 1st. Division was the only Division to run an Officer off, AWOL They found him in down town Long Beach walking around in his under wear? I use to hang out with Dan Kellergreen 2nd Divison,
Holmes, MichaelLT - LCDRDec 1980 – Jun 1984Repair Officer
Ralston, FredFC3/21981 – 1984FMWhat a beast BB 62>> Nice ride though.
Bain, Mark (Beaner)ht31981 – 1985r-div
Cleveland, TimothyMM31981 – 1984ADoes anybody ever get together? Would love to get in contact. MM3 Cleveland says we are now damn near as old as some of those old WWII Gunners Mates that were brought on board to fire up the guns.
Wamble, Combat CarlLT1981 – 1984G-4 5 INCH 38 BATTERY29 MONTHS 12 DAYS AND 9 HOURS
Millemon, William (Ralph)GMC1981 – 1984G-2Good times + Bad times = Best of times
Schwartz, DavidCWO41981 – 1983S2I was one of the Supply officers -Went aboard in Long Beach Naval Shipyard and helped put the Jersey back in commission. Enjoyed my years aboard.
Camasso, MichaelMR11981 – 1984ARe-Comm crew. Best ship I served on and best shop I worked in
Williams III, Wallace (Carl) profile iconRM2Jan 1981 – Jul 14, 1984CommsWas a great privilege to served on such a decorated battle wagon.
Jones, TerryGMG3Jan 1, 1981 – Jan 1, 1982Turret 2I was a Pain in the butt when I served with a lot of good men.Sorry fellas! Im better now that its 2009.Welder turned school bus driver.
Davis, RogerEN2Jan 15, 1981 – 1985ALots of long hours but a Battleship sailor stood out against a non-Battleship sailor. Pride was so obvious!!
Tellez, HectorFTG2Jan 27, 1981 – Jan 26, 1985FA
Paddock, Patrick/padsLCDRMar 18, 1981 – Aug 30, 1983OELoved my time on the Big J... Was one of the sideboys for President Reagan during the 1982 recommissioning.
Baardseth, GeraldBT2Jun 15, 1981 – Jun 15, 1984B-Div
Sinclair, ScottBM2Jun 22, 1981 – Nov 28, 19854th
Slinsen, Jim / Sluggo profile iconHT2Jun 26, 1981 – Jun 8, 1985R-DIV
Garner, StevenAug 1981 – Mar 1984B
Kretz, TomET2Aug 1981 – Aug 1984OENew Jersey was by far my best command.
Whited, CorvanE4 ENAug 4, 1981 – Oct 10, 1981A-GANGThe best thing i ever could have done! Now im trying to find some of my navy buddies.
Howard, Robert (Rawdogg)BT2Aug 6, 1981 – Aug 4, 1985B-DivJust trying to contact old shipmates.
Frost, Steve profile iconE4 / EN3Aug 24, 1981 – Aug 25, 1985A-Division
Garner, StevenBT3Sep 1981 – Mar 1983
Diaz, EnriquePN2Sep 1, 1981 – Jun 10, 1984PersonnelIt was a great experience, working with Lt. McCarthy, Senior Chief Crist, Munnerlyn, and Combs.
Clairmont, DanFTG 1ST CLASSSep 21, 1981 – Jan 1, 1985FMRan Indoctrination Classes with Master Chief Gamboa and was LPO of FM Division
Lyons, WalterMS3Sep 22, 1981 – May 24, 1985S-2Loved my time on this ship...and how can you beat a Pre-comm Unit?
Combs, Jeffey APN2Oct 1981 – Feb 20, 1984PersonnelI was one of the first to arrive. Worked like a slave checking in over 1100 shipmates in 90 days. Mike Munnerlyn, Rick Diaz and myself worked under Master Chief Dick Crist.
Curtis, DonMM2Oct 1981 – 1984MWas Beirut fun or what?And how bout that 3 month "shakedown" cruise?I'd like to hear from the "Survivors" to see how thier doing after all this time.
Hart, MattOS2Oct 1, 1981 – Jul 1, 1985Operations OI
Foggy, RonnieE-3Oct 15, 1981 – Jul 15, 1983Main Control #3 Engine Rm
Nagel, CalvinMMFNOct 26, 1981 – Jun 18, 1985M EMO4The Proudest years of my life.
Blair, JeffreySH3Nov 1981 – Sep 1984S-3I MISS THE DAYS IN THE BARBERSHOP DURING GQ OFF THE COAST OF BEIRUT IN 83-84.
Riley, Kevin profile iconSK 2Nov 1981 – Jul 1984S-1I was a SKSA aboard USS NEW JERSEY. Having been apart of her 4th Commissioning Crew. The 3 month shake down, which turned into an 11 month tour of duty in Beriut, Lebenon will be something I shall not ever forget
Blair, JeffSH3Nov 1, 1981 – Sep 23, 1984S-3 Supply
Spero, JohnFTG2Nov 30, 1981 – Feb 17, 1985FAProud to have served with my brother and best friend Nicky, who I miss every day.
Young, RobertE-4Dec 1981 – Jul 25, 1985EngineeringProud to serve on this ship.
Farmer, RustyMS2Dec 15, 1981 – Jul 15, 1985S2Greatest tour of duty my whole Navy Career. Will always remember the 90 day shakedown cruise that lasted 11 months. All good memories
Gallagher, DonaldENFNDec 18, 1981 – May 16, 1984MADE ALOT OF MISTAKES DUE TO DRINKING,LOST MY CROW AND ALOT OF FRIENDS ALONG WITH MY CARREER
Conklin, KenLCDRDec 28, 1981 – Jul 15, 1984FCO
Payne, Fred (Ferd)HT2/E5Dec 28, 1981 – Feb 4, 1984R DivisionGreat memories in the AFFF an Ship fitter shop. Went aboard her in Camden in 2010. A few more wrinkles but still a lady. Some of the best times I had in the 21 years I played Navy.

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