The table below contains the names of sailors who served aboard the USS Lexington (CV 2). 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 19 crew members registered for the USS Lexington (CV 2).
|Fortney, Tyrus Raymond||chief petty officer||1922 – May 8, 1942||navy||if anyone knew of him please contact me. he is now deceased and was my father.|
|Barlow, Jack||bugler 1st cl||1927 – 1929||quartermaster||My dad did boot camp at Great Lakes, then to Bugler Schl in San Diego, then to the old Lex. He was on it for sea runs to Pearl.|
|Garner, Homer||unk||1928 –||unk||Homer Raymond Garner(1908-1975), my father, served aboard, reporting for duty on Jan. 10, 1928 while the Lex was in dry dock at Boston. That is all I know.|
|Tablett, Harold||QM2||Mar 1, 1929 – Aug 20, 1930||Quartermaster||This is my grandfather. I would like to here from any relatives of others who served aboard the USS Lexington CV-2 during this same time period.|
|Clemons, Leroy||May 20, 1936 –||For my Dad|
|Collins, Henry||AMM1||May 21, 1936 – Jun 1, 1939||VB and VS 3B Squardrons and the VB-4 Squadron||My grandfather was an Aviation Structural Mechanic on the USS Lexington (CV-2) at various times starting on 9/30/30 as an AMM3 through 6/1/39 as an AMM1 on the Lady Lex. He was also stationed on her 9/1930 to 12/1932.|
|Martens, Frederick "Two Beer"||s1st c||May 1, 1937 – Jun 1939||3 rd||I live in Ft. Myers,Fl. I am looking for CV-2 shipmates from the late 1930's who live in south Florida or others with whom I might correspond.|
|Wynn, Dale "Bud"||AMM1||1940 – May 8, 1942||M Division||Dale was my stepfather and served on LEXINGTON, SARATOGA AND ENTERPRISE. He was onboard during the Coral Sea Battle. He is now deceased and buried in Satellite Beach Florida. I am entering this information on his beh|
|Kelley, Ann||Corpman||1940 – 1942||5th||On behalf of my father, Bob McCoy, he talked very fondly of his time in the Navy. He was on the Lexington when it sunk.|
|Trotta, Frank||GUNNERS MATE||Jan 9, 1940 – Jan 9, 1944||pacific theater|
|Cannon, Julian (Dude)||Chief Petty Officer||1941 –||Aircraft mech||He was my father and was aboard "The Lexington" when she was sunk at Coral Sea. He passed away 6/81. I am proud to be his son.|
|McCue, Dennis||My Father Botsuns mate||1941 – 1941||dont know|
|Anderson, Harold C. Andy Vb-2||seaman||1941 – May 8, 1942||air division||still alive at 93 would like to meet with any other survivors.|
|Chase, Fred||Chief Aerographer||Mar 1941 – Aug 1941||Navy, Aerographers||For my dad who served on CV-2|
|Krebs, Melvin||Petty Officer 1st class||Dec 1941 – Feb 1942||Cant remember.||I was on the Lexington and was moved to the George F Elliot which was then sunk at Midway. I almost died on the George F Elliot from a Kamikaze hit to the ship. i will never forget the Lexington and all my lost friends|
|Archibald, Robert "Archie"||SFM3||May 6, 1958 – Jun 6, 1961||Repair||My First ship in my 23 year 4 mos Navy Career. What a great time I had with a lot of wonderful young shipmates, times that can never be relived again. The Lex remains one of the best, if not the best amid all the ships|
|Frohlich, Fred||FN||Aug 1959 – Aug 1962||A||One best time of my life, I enjoyed our ports. Went from Steam Heat to Air Compressors, where I wanted to be. If anyone remembers me (besides getting my nose broken in a boxing match:)) I need verification I went ashore|
|Black, Charles||E3||1968 – 1969||V4||Looking for crew members in V4 fuel 1968-1969.|
|Flournoy, Billy||ABE3||Nov 1971 – Jun 1975||V2 Catapults||I worked in the R&T engine room and as Safety P.O. on the flight deck. I had some great friends during my tour and I think about them often.|
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