The table below contains the names of sailors who served aboard the USS Yorktown (CV 10). 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 195 crew members registered for the USS Yorktown (CV 10).
|Schaffer, William (Schaff)||EM1||1968 – 1970||E||Started out in A&O shop then went to rewind. Most memorable character was K.P. in the tool room. Decom. crew in Boston.|
|Horne, Dennis||NON-RATED E-2||Jan 1968 – Jul 1968||E||started in mess decks, worked 1st class lounge, went into E division in motor rewind shop with Fascio, Horne brothers, willy farnsworth, great bunch of guys...|
|Shontz, Thomas||AX-3||Jan 1, 1968 – Jul 5, 1968||AIMD FROM VS-25||I was the "MAD MAN" on the 1968 WESTPAC. Enjoy stopping by to see her at Patriots Point.|
|Sanders, Sandy||SN||Feb 1968 – Apr 1, 1970||NAVATION||Great time Remember seeing Russian BEAR fly right down the flight deck.|
|Wilhite, Ted||e3||Feb 2, 1968 – Dec 13, 1969||s-1||looking for anyone in s-1 division (1969) time frame.|
|Perrin, Robert||po 3||Mar 1968 – 1970||s3||worked in the laundry, ran vending machines,ran the ships hobby store|
|Lammert, Gerry||E-5||Mar 1, 1968 – Jul 1, 1969||supply||Gerry died May 21,2013 of AO lung cancer. Do you remember 55 gallon drums with orange stripes that we took off cargo ships and stored in the paint locker and that they often leaked all over the crew?|
|Butler, John||ET1||Mar 13, 1968 – Jul 16, 1969||OE||I went aboard as Division Petty Officer. During my time aboard I was on a Vietnam tour, Apollo 8 recovery, making of Tora Tora movie, and a round the horn cruise where I visited Rio. Best times were in foreign ports.|
|Barker, Warren||ADR 3||Mar 25, 1968 – Mar 1969||AIMD IM-2||Served ship's company in recip engine shop and on ship's COD (Carrier Onboard Delivery C1-A Aircraft) crew. Wespac '68 Apollo 8 recovery Dec. '68. Cruise around the Horn to Norfolk. Jan-Mar '69|
|Jarreau, Vernon||SK3||May 1968 – Jun 24, 1970||Supply|
|Kramer, John||rd3||Jul 1968 – Jul 1969||radar CIC||Apollo8|
|Ceballos, Dale/cebo||AIRMEN||Oct 1, 1968 – Oct 9, 1972||VAW-121|
|Perry, Douglas||AE3||Oct 16, 1968 – 1972||IM1 Division||Im Leslie Perry Dougs wife need to know if the ship carried any agent orange did any planes fly over the ship that sprayed the pesticide or did the crew take any supplies and pick up any cargo during this time|
|Perry, Doug||ae3||Oct 16, 1968 – Jan 30, 1970||navy||Hi, I am Douglas Perrys wife. I was online a while ago applying for benefits for Doug, due to exposure to Agent Orange. Was told the USS Yorktown was to large to be in the canals of Vietnam.|
|Ticknor, Dan||E-3 l/cpl||Dec 15, 1968 – Dec 15, 1969||7th Marine|
|Penn, Gene||e1||1969 – 1970||s2m||still love the yorktown went back to visit 2010 they screwed up a lot of things and never saw any jets from 69 70 cruise but did find my old compartment|
|Cleland, Lynn R.||SN||1969 – 1970||X Division||Picked up in Long Beach after she came back from Apollo 8 and I was with her until the last man off in Boston. I chipped a lot of paint... Still looking for anyone from X Division.|
|Didonna, Al||ET3||Jan 1969 – Jun 1970||OE||Brings back many memories thinking of her. I remember ETC West.|
|Bonelli, Stephen||E-4/ PH||Jan 1, 1969 – Dec 31, 1969||VS-27||I served as air squadron and ship's photographer for VS-27.|
|Woitowitz, Samuel||AA||Jan 10, 1969 – Dec 16, 1969||V3||CAME ABORD IN 69 , WAS TRANSFERED FROM CVS 15. THERE WAS A BUNCH OF US WHO FLEW FROM SOUTH WEYMOUTH MAASSTO PUERTO RICO|
|Booker, Mozart||Cs3||Feb 1, 1969 – Feb 1, 1971||S-2||Would like to hear from all commissary man that served until decommission in south Boston shipyard|
|Bush, David R.||E-2||Mar 3, 1969 – Jun 27, 1970||A|
|Megrenne, Joe||Airman||Jul 1969 – Nov 1969||VSF-1 Line||My first cruise in the Navy, had a great time and great friends. Will never forget the Russian Bears flying overhead, that's something not too many people get to see. Hope to get to Patriot's Point someday for a visit.|
|Harris, Mike||DP3||Sep 1969 – Jun 1970||Supply Division (Data Processing)||Joined the ship just before her last cruise and Operation Sparkplug. I was part of the decommissioning crew in Boston and was discharged one week before the Yorktown was decommissioned as part of a reduction in force.|
|Romond, Charles||Cs-3||Nov 1969 – 1970||S-2|
There are currently no planned reunions.