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USS Missouri (BB 63) Crew List

The table below contains the names of sailors who served aboard the USS Missouri (BB 63). 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 456 crew members registered for the USS Missouri (BB 63).

Select the period (starting by the reporting year): precomm – 1944 | 1945 – 1950 | 1951 – 1984 | 1985 | 1986 | 1987 – 1988 | 1989 | 1990 | 1991 – now

Campbell, Paul DavidS1C1945 –My father is now 80 and he served aboard the Mighty Mo. He talks proudly of his time in the Navy. I thought he deserved to have his name added.
Gangloff, JosephCHIEF BUGLEMASTER1945 –N NavigationMy father, Chief Buglemaster Joseph Gangloff was present 02 September, 1945 at the signing of the Instruments of Surrender aboard the USS Missouri. A graduate of Buglemaster School in San Diago, he knew 250 bugle calls.
Fullerton, CecilS1C1945 – 1945I am entering my uncles name to your list.I am very proud of his service and proud of the Missouri and her crew.
Denby, William R1945 –My father who died in 1999 was in Okinawa during WWII received a victory medal and a star but we have no clue what and why?
Braal, PeterLieutenant1945 – 1946Public AffairsMy Great Uncle. Was in charge of the ship's photographers and publicity for the ship.
Bihler, Eugene HenryF1c1945 – 1945FM2Posthumous for Gene Bihler who served on the USS Missour when it came under kamikaze attack as well as when Japen surrendered. He was layed to rest in the Ohio Western Reserve National Cemetery on 10/11/13 88 yrs old
Hawkins, RoyBR11945 –UnknownI entered as much information about my grandfather as I knew. He was serving and on deck for the September 2nd surrender of Japan in 1945. I am very proud of my grandfather and his service to our country!
Bridges, RobertGunner's Mate1945 – 1945UnknownI had to add my father. He was 16 when he enrolled and kept a pretty extensive diary during the war. He was present at the surrender. God Bless You All.
Lee, Joshuaunknown1945 –unknownI'm Martha Lee, daughter of Joshua A Lee (Rocky Ford, GA), machinist in 1945. Dad passed away in Feb. 2017 at the age of 92. Please write to me if you remember him. I can update you on his colorful life since the war.
Pizzillo, PasqualeAviation Metalsmith Second Class1945 – May 1946RepairMy father Pasquale Pizzillo served on the Might Mo. He was on the Med Cruise 1946 when the ship returned the deceased Turkish Ambassador, Mehmet Ehtegun back to Turkey. My dad passed in 2012 age 92. He enjoyed the Navy
Avitabile, Alextbd1945 –tbdMy grandfather was very proud to be on this ship. I heard many stories growing up. He passed away today at the age of 99. He was loved by many and will be sorely missed.
Hicks, EugeneC3SMLJan 2, 1945 – Dec 23, 1945Ships StoreMy Grandfather was at the Japanese Surrender. He worked his magic to get assigned to this ship because he knew it would play an important role in the war. He was the Sr Chief over the ships store, laundry and hair cuts
Novak, RobertPrivate First ClassJan 17, 1945 – Jul 31, 1946MarinesMy father, Robert George Novak was aboard the Mighty Mo when the peace treaty was signed. I would love to know if any of his buddies are still out there. Dad would be 89 if alive today. He was from PeEll Washington.
Schmuckler, IrwinS1CFeb 1945 – Feb 1946RadioMy dad witnessed the signing of the surrender; as a kid I used to ask him about the ship all the time. I had the priviledge to go on board on 9/2/95 in Bremerton. Dad is now 80 and in good health.
Orban, FrankCOXMay 1945 –PACIFIC FLEETI added my father's name as he served on the USS Missouri the day of the surrender signing 9/2/45. He was attached to Admiral Halsey's detail. He was very proud to have been a part of history on that day ending WWII.
Cagle, UnknownSep 2, 1945 – 1945Entered the last name of my wifes grandfather who served on her during the signing. she does not know his first name. am currently looking for a crew list for the ship the day of the signing.any help would be greatly appreciated.
Provitola, PatFIREMAN 3RD CLASSDec 1945 – Jul 1947Engine RoomHello to Jerry Brumley!
Yates, Walter W (Bill)STOREKEEPER1946 – 1947Adding my father's name to the list. I took him to Pearl Harbor Oct. 2006 to see his ship again. Impressive vessel! Pics at marcdyatessr
Seymour, MonteSeaman 11946 – 1947Ships companyI am registering my father ( Clyde W Seymour ) who served on the Missouri in 1946 and 1947 and was qualified on 5'' 54 and as a helmsman on a whaleboat used to recover the deck launched airplanes.
Gregory, MichaelPHM3/CFeb 1946 – Aug 1946H
Kuzmicz, NormanBT3Apr 1, 1946 – Jun 1, 1949BLooking for anyone from the oil shack,or #3 fire room!
McMahon, Mac TalmageFIRMAN 1CApr 6, 1946 – Dec 16, 1947i was in e-divison elect. in the lighting shop,was on bord when star shell frome the little rock hit us.made trip to brizeil .and was one of the movie projectes.would to hear from this time frame.
Ewing, Sylvester E.S1SMJun 6, 1946 – Feb 9, 1948SignalmanSailed with Pres. Harry Truman to Rio in 1947
Rockett, CharlesLCDRJun 1, 1947 – Jun 1, 1950Unknown- LCDR Charles "Chuck" W. Rockett, USN, (Ret.), was relieved of watch on Thursday, May 12, 2011. He was born December 25, 1925 in New York City. Chuck served on the USS Missouri BB-63 1947 to 1950
Banks, WilliamRM3/CSep 9, 1947 – Jul 28, 1951Radio Operator
Wyatt, ReeseCS3Oct 1948 – Oct 1950S1Im posting this on my dads behalf. He would like ny information regarding upcoming reunions. Anyone with information regarding reunions can email me at
Kasan, EdwardMU3Oct 13, 1948 – Oct 13, 1952
Breviglieri, RobertET2Dec 1948 – Sep 1949T
Weeks, RudolphSD21949 – 1951UKI am adding my fathers name who passed in 1987. I was aboard her as a 5 year old dependent and again as active duty member in 1989 While stationed with 7th Special Forces Group (A) Fort Davis, Panama. SFC Rudolph N. Week
Andrews, EdV-6 SeamanJan 9, 1949 – 1950i dont rememberi dont remember all of my information its been a long time. Also I am using my grandson's E-Mail
Hussey, RobertBM31950 – 19537th
Muldowney, RaymondUNKNOWN1950 – 1953Mr. Muldowney is my uncle. He served on the Missouri during the Korean war. He currently resides in Fairless Hills, PA.
Hartless, AndersonGUNNERS MATE1950 – 1953
Fisher, CarlPFC1950 – 1952Marine Detachment
Walkenbach, BobSN1950 – 1954DeckMy grandpa served on board the Mighty Mo and spoke very highly of her. I enlisted in the Navy based off the sea stories he used to share. He passed away 14NOV2009. Would love to hear from anyone who new him.
Moross, GeorgePFCJan 1, 1950 – Jun 1, 1952USMCGeorge M. MOROSS died December 2010 in Battle Creek, MI.
Hoffecker, ReyburnEM3Feb 28, 1950 – Nov 27, 1953ELECTRICAL DIVISION-USS MISSOURIuss missouri task force 58, 7th fleet korean war
Hughes, HenrySNNAug 1950 – Feb 20, 1954First DivisionMy dad is looking for old buddies, I am his daughter and will forward any information to him. Please let me hear from anyone who's command was the USS Missouri from 1950 -1954.
Maloney, PhilipFire Control Director MK-38Aug 5, 1950 – Oct 18, 1951UnknownThis is my dad who passed away suddenly on 12/16/11. He always talked of the Missouri and how he was proud to be a part of it. I would love to hear from those who served with my dad
Pangalos A/k/a Pangelis, ChristosAug 14, 1950 – Nov 24, 19534thhad good memories,espcially when in the brig.would like to hear from shipmates.
Wolfe, LeonardSA-SN-EN/SN-EN3-EN2Aug 15, 1950 – Apr 19543rd DIV. / A Div.They say your last duty station is always your best but my first and last was for me. I stayed for 20 and retired as FTMC.
Outland, BrooksFCSNAug 18, 1950 – 1952FA DivisionGQ Sta 40MM Director Tub, Fantail Port. Retired YNCS Nov 1973 as Enlisted Personal Aide to RADM. Currently living Oahu, Hawaii. Volunteer Supervisor aboard the Mo.
Siddon, GeorgeOct 1950 – 1954FAMy husband died in Aug.2000. He cherished his memories of his fellow crew. Would like to hear from them

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