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USS Wisconsin (BB 64) Crew List

The table below contains the names of sailors who served aboard the USS Wisconsin (BB 64). 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 235 crew members registered for the USS Wisconsin (BB 64).

Select the period (starting by the reporting year): precomm – 1951 | 1952 – 1957 | 1987 | 1988 | 1989 – now

NameRank/RatePeriodDivisionRemarks/Photo
Byrne, Dougmm31989 – Jul 1991mengine room #2 anyone out there?
Figliano, BasilFC31989 – 1992FMIt was a very memorable time of my life. And had the privilege to work with great people
Dickens, RoyHTFN1989 – 1991R Division
Portis, RafaelMM31989 – 1991A/GangGreat memories serving aboard. Last visited Old Wiskey July 2018 on summer vacation along the east coast. Looking forward to another trip soon. All fellow mates Gods Speed Ahead!
Cook, JohnSN1989 – 19916th
Stallard, JerryE5 / FT2Feb 4, 1989 – Aug 28, 1989WEPSI spent 6 months stationed onboard the USS Wisconsin while on active duty with the US Coast Guard. PCS orders due to shipboard training because the Coast Guard was obtaining CIWS weapons for their cutters.
Frick, DavidBM3Apr 10, 1989 – Apr 10, 1992ThirdSome of the best times in my life were aboard the finest ship in the Navy.
Castle, CliffordE5May 1989 – Mar 30, 1992MER04 Throttleman
Kennedy Jr., George E.SNMay 1, 1989 – Aug 10, 1991T2
Carter, AlbertE-5 RM/ITMay 15, 1989 – Jul 9, 1991OC As I look back as an older man, I marvel at the beauty and the prominence of my first ship! I became a warrior and turned 21 aboard this lady and had plenty of fun serving! All I can feel is proud! On Wisconsin, Forward!
Botard, JimFC3Jun 15, 1989 – Aug 15, 1991FM
Paige, AlanBMSNAug 2, 1989 – Mar 31, 19925THHAD THE TIME OF MY LIFE WOULD DO IT AGAIN.
Breckenridge, MarkFN/E3Sep 21, 1989 – Feb 24, 1992A-GANG Those years onboard her,i will NEVER forget.The last day i saw her was in philly,decom. crew.Can't wait to see her again!! It brings chills to just think of the time i will get the chance to step foot on her decks!
Collins, Sean (Cool-c)snOct 1989 – May 1991TURRET 3BEST TWO YEARS OF MY LIFE RECENTLY TOOK MY FAMILY TO SEE HER IN NORFOLK AND LET ME TELL YOU AS I WALKED THE DECKS I GOT SERIOUS CHILLS BIG SHOUT OUT TO ALL WHO REMEMBER ME FOWARD FOR FREEDOM BB-64
Holmes, BrendanOS2Oct 1989 – Jul 1991OIOS2 assigned to the Tomahawk Weapons Control System in Strike Warfare during Operation Desert Shield & Operation Desert Storm.
Ortman, EdwardSNOct 1, 1989 – Apr 26, 1991Deck divisionBoy this is a tough site to join, keeps sending me back, I am guessing maybe I have to have something written in here to proceed, would be handy if they pointed out what they want you to change...
Farris, TimothyMSSNNov 1989 – Oct 1991
Mitchell, PatrickGMG3Nov 10, 1989 – May 10, 1991G2LOOKING FOR SOME OF THE PEOPLE HOW REMEMBER ME FROM THE SHIP.
Bostic, TomE-4Dec 5, 1989 – 19914thThe WHISKEY, Staten Island, summer of 91, keys to New York city? Oooooh what a night!
Falkenberg, DonYNSNDec 7, 1989 – Sep 30, 1991Captain's/Admin Office
Elder, RobE-4/BMDec 12, 1989 – Oct 10, 1992DECK 6THTHE USS WISCONSIN WAS THE GREATEST EXPERIENCE ANYONE COULD ASK FOR IN THE NAVY. I AM LOOKING FORWARD TO AN ALUMNI GATHERING WITH OUR GREAT CREW SOME DAY. GOD BLESS AND SAFE SAILING.. BE SAFE.
Eoff, TerryOSSN1990 – 1991
McClintock, MacFCCS(SW)1990 – 1991Weapons, 16 inch main batteryLCPO FM Division. What more could a sailor ask for. On a Battleship, at war, in the Persian Gulf, Firing 16 guns at the enemy. Sounds good but their is a price to pay for misplaced tosterone.
Jolly, RickGMG31990 –Unfortunatley I never made it this Battlewagon but i did attend the last 16inch Gun school held and at the end I had to get different orders.
Simons, ShawnFC31990 –FM
Moore, MichaelSN1990 – 19915th Div. Deck DeptJoined just in time to meet up with the ship in the gulf, hang out for a few months, and then come back to Norfolk to see her decom'd. Had some great friends while I was there.
Hayes, Frank (Boats)BMSN1990 – 19913rdAny old shipmates that would like to catch up, email me at, hayes887@yahoo.com, BMSN Hayes, Frank
Hamilton, JoeE-21990 – 1991Stinger Detbest ship and best tour of duty ( war excluded ). proud to have been a part of it.
Fair, FredrickoE-31990 – 1992MThe Wisconsin was the best ship out there! Enjoyed the cookouts on the fantail. The best crew anyone could ever ask for.
Trujillo, JasonE21990 – 1991Deck Sieman
Burch, WayneE31990 – 19911stStill have goosebumps on how the USS WISCONSIN heightened my Naval career, not too many people can say that they were stationed on a battleship, that participated in war (Desert Shield & Storm). Thanks for the memories!
Crummitt, MatthewEMFNJan 1990 – Feb 24, 1992
Rifenbury, WilliamMS-2Jan 1990 – Jul 1991S-2Greatest ship I had the pleasure of being on. Never will forget it.
Thompson, BrianAG3Jan 1990 – Sep 1991OA
Holloway, LonnieFN/Machinist MateJan 2, 1990 – Nov 27, 1991M-Division
Fowler, StevenFC3Jan 15, 1990 – Jul 1, 1991FMWe should have shot more rounds at the BEACH. This was the best SHIP in the navy fleet. Will remember that time I spent on-board forever!
Rubottom, Ernie "Ruby"E-3Feb 1990 – Aug 19911st DeckWow, what a massive ship she was. I am proud to have served her. I made many good friends and will forever remember the good and bad times shared on her decks.
Newman, DaveBT2Feb 15, 1990 – Jan 3, 1991BMy most memorable ship. A proud lady and powerful symbol of naval power. I was fortunate to have my commissioning ceremony onboard. It's a shame she'll never see service again because I'd love to steam her.
Truelock, Wadebm3Feb 20, 1990 – Aug 15, 1991deck,1st divisionIloved this ship.hated leaving her when the decision to decom. was made.I was sent to a rust bucket and got out of the navy .If the wisconsin would not have been decommed,I probably would have stayed in.
Patcyk, EricE-4Mar 1990 – Jun 1991S-2The Finest Vessell in the fleet..what an experience to have served aboard here...Just want to say hi to ms2 Rifenbury i remember serving with you...
Bolger, NormanBMCMar 1990 – Dec 19914th
Beasley, RandallGMCMar 1, 1990 – Sep 30, 1991T2FROM T2 CHIEF, DESERT STORM. THE WISCONSIN WAS THE 6TH SHIP I SERVED ON DURING MY 22YRS. I 'AM STILL AMAZED AND HONORED THAT I WAS THERE!!! THERE WILL NEVER BE ANY THING ELSE TO COMPARE. GOOD HEALTH TO ALL, KEEP STEAMIN
Bertulfo, Roberto profile iconE5/EM2Apr 19, 1990 –E-division
Clancy, TimGMCApr 23, 1990 – Sep 30, 1991T-2IT WAS A PRIVILEGE TO SERVE AMONG THE MANY GREAT ONES ON THIS SHIP.
Jurgens, MarkMS2Jun 1990 – Jul 1991S - 2One of the best ships that I served on.
Self, TravisMM3Jun 7, 1990 – Aug 5, 1991MBest command ever. Brothers for life were met here. Proud to have served this beautiful ship.
Redden, BradleyBTFNAug 1990 – Aug 1991B-DivThis was the beginning of a very exciting tour of Naval Service.
Thomas, RodneyE-2Aug 7, 1990 – Apr 28, 1991Stinger Missile
Smith, BobbyGMG3Aug 9, 1990 – Jun 1, 1992WeaponsJust wanted to say Hi to any old friends who was in the gulf war. I miss being out on the water and watching those sunsets and partying with friends around the world.
Kiyabu, AaronOS3Aug 10, 1990 – Jul 6, 1991Operations
Redden, BradleyFNSep 1990 – Mar 1992
Mognet, Scott (Little Pick)MM3Sep 1990 – Aug 1991M Division #1 Engine roomI'll never forget my time on board.
Phillips, PatrickE-4Sep 1, 1990 – Jun 14, 1992deckI served on board the Wisky punch during Operation Desert Storm
Moore, HenryDC3Sep 12, 1990 – Jun 5, 1991ENGINEERINGI REALLY ENJOY SERVING ON BOARD THE BIG WHISKEY AND THE FRIENDS I HAD,TIME SPENT OVERSEAS AND TO BE APART OF THE LIBERATIONS OF KUWAIT AT THAT TIME,THE BEST COMMAND AFLOAT AT THAT TIME
Christensen, JimFC2(SW)Sep 17, 1990 – Mar 29, 1992FAServing in Wisconsin during the Gulf War was a highlight of my life. I was one of the last decom crewmembers to walk off her brow The last I saw her was from a plane over the Philly Shipyard. Now she's getting the attention she deserves. Great
Key, TerranceE-3Nov 4, 1990 – Aug 10, 1991DECKBEST SHIP AND FRIENDS IN THE WORLD
Brown, JamesSN (RETIRED IS1(SW/AW)Nov 19, 1990 – Oct 1, 19916TH
Tittle, PatrickBMSNNov 25, 1990 – May 1, 19915th
Purnell, SeanRM3Dec 1990 – Aug 1991OCFirst ship after shore duty.
Krembs, TedSNDec 6, 1990 – Mar 19921st DeckChanged my life for the better. I wish I kept in touch with so many fine shipmates.
Scheanwald, MatthewOSSN1991 – 1992OIMet her when she got back from Desert Storm, Earle, Fleet Week, then Decom. Short time but still sad to leave. I would have stayed on as long as they'd let me.
Woodall, Patrick L.MMFN1991 – 1992A DivisionWorked in A-Gang in the “Steam Heat” shop. Transferred to USS John F. Kennedy (CV67) after decommissioned.
Stern, MikeSNJan 1991 – Jun 19911st
Glover, DerrekSH3Jan 1991 –S-3I recently visited the ship with my wife and four children. It was an amazing experience. So much I forgot about came rushing back in. My children were amazed that we used to sleep in those coffin racks. Wow!
Husten, Mike (Huey)SN, now FC1Jan 19, 1991 – Jul 2, 19912ndFirst ship, shortest tour, best ship I was ever on.
Dawson, Jason profile iconSeaman ApprenticeMar 1991 – Sep 1991Mailroom Clerk

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