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USS Windham Bay (CVE 92) Crew List

The table below contains the names of sailors who served aboard the USS Windham Bay (CVE 92). 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 74 crew members registered for the USS Windham Bay (CVE 92).

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Scarcella, Sam (Tex)SN to ET3Mar 1952 – Nov 1953CommunicationsHelped organize a band called "The Windy Riders" to entertain the crew with country/western music. I would love to hear from other members of that band. I have a newspaper photo of us playing at Oak Knoll Hospital in Oakland,CA ... Tex
Plummer, James F.SNSep 1, 1952 – Nov 1, 19541st.
Brown, Dale R.RM2Nov 1952 – Mar 1956CommunicationsServed onboard Nov 1952 thru 1953 & 1955 till end of enlistment in Mar 1956. Sailed thru typhoon & ship suffered considerable damage. Major ports of call: Yokosuka, Honolulu, Manila & various other Pacific ports. A good ship and crew.
Peterson, Robert :"Pete" profile iconEM3Nov 1, 1952 – Nov 30, 1954EngineeringWould welcome word from anyone who served on Board the USS Windhambay during the timeframe of November 1952 thru October 1954. Please feel free to contact me at anytime at 502-749-6331 Robert "Pete" Peterson
Nugent, Edward E.AB-1 RET CTC1953 – Mar 1954AirLast Ship before changing to Crpto rating
Hill, Robert Or "Rr" /sparkyCHIEF WARRANT OFFICER/ELECTRICIAN1953 – 1956For my father. We used to wait for him to come in to Alameda and watch him come down the gangplank, his Navy Blues. Many trips to Japan..Retired in San Franciscso. He would be 89.
Gates, EdwardHM2May 2, 1953 – Aug 21, 1954MedicalHIghlights were the trip to Saigon with F4F's and F4U's along w/ a couple of helicopters for the French. Remember flyby's by the Phillipino's as we were bringing them more Mustangs. Must not forget the hull crack that got us a nice s
Curtis, JimHM31954 – 1958HHung a Hosp. rack from the overhead to ride out the typhons...ship had a round bottom. Did we receive any French medals for this period?
Luksich, JohnELECTRICIAN MATE 2ND CLASSFeb 1954 – Jan 1955EMy first trip was to Yokosuke, Manila and Saigon, French Indochina, Hawaii and back to Alameda. We made 9 round trips to Japan in the year I was on board. Then we made a trip to Anchorage, AK. We were in a typhoon in Jan, 1955. Lots of damage to ship
Schaefer, LesMM2Jun 1, 1954 – Dec 1, 1954#1 Engine RoomI was a short timer and lived in Richmond Ca. I was very happy to get off and be dishcharged Jan.15 1955.
Citty, HaskellBM3Aug 1954 – Feb 1955
Hodge, BobBM SEAMAN 1ST CLASSAug 1954 – Mar 1955navel dist. com17Folksel
Donough, Thomas McMM3Aug 1, 1954 – Mar 25, 1956ASteamed her for 12 trips across Pacific..Worked 12-16 hour days at sea for 2 years..In port 5 days in Frisco,,3 days in Japan..3 section liberty..Some liberties were only 6 hours. I earned my pay..
Matthews, KirbyFP3Oct 1954 – May 1958A/R
Spurlin, DonRM1Dec 29, 1954 – May 20, 1957ComunicationsI enjoyed my time on a grand ol ship. Met some great guys. Made many trips across the Pacific and other places.
Moya, Pat1955 – Jul 1956I made several trips to Japan and recall the storm on our return from Alaska to San Francisco. Seams on ship were seperated and we had to go into dry dock I was assigned to Engineering Oddice with LtCmdr Grigsby.
Eaton, R. BruceMM3Apr 1955 – Dec 1956M
Pearrell, EmersonApr 17, 1955 – May 29, 1956supplywould like to hear from anyone who served aboard this ship during this time.
Carter, WilliamMM2P1Jun 1, 1955 – Dec 1, 1959I was the last person aboard at Hunter's Point when she was decommissioned. I was an MM2P1 in the engine room. Once we hit a huge storm and all the gun-tubs were all tore off or damaged. People in the US said they saw flying saucers overhead.
Sheffield, GeraldEn2Oct 1955 – May 1957EngineeringWe ( Evelyn and I ) and live in Warner Robins, GA
Rasbury, John HFR1956 – 1958
Coffey, Charles/potFP3Dec 2, 1956 – Jun 23, 1958A&R13 trips; including to;Yokouska,Japan; Pearl Harbor, Hawaii; Midway Is; Manila,Phillippnes; Hongkong; San Diego,CA.; Iwakuni,Japan; Subic Bay, Phillippnes; Sagion,Vietnam; Bangkok,Thailand; Bikini,Is. Catch the Goonies!
Frick, BobF/NApr 1957 – 1958Engineering
Gulbranson, Ron/popDC3May 1957 – Oct 1958A&RMade about 12 trips across from Alemeda, CA to Yokasuka, Japan, via Hawaii. Great ship. Made many friends
Webster, RobertBM3/FT3 (CROSS TRAINED)Oct 5, 1957 – Sep 3, 1958Deckwas at Marshall Islands when Jane Mansfield was filming. Seven trips to Japan via Hawaii. Rode Typhon to Okinawa. Left in Sept to attend sub school in Groton Conn.
Tow, HarveyDK3Jan 1958 – Sep 1958Victor and DisbursingI came aboard assigned to Victor division and then transferred to Disbursing because I could type. Lucky me!

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