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USS Intrepid (CV 11) Crew List

The table below contains the names of sailors who served aboard the USS Intrepid (CV 11). 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 509 crew members registered for the USS Intrepid (CV 11).

Select the period (starting by the reporting year): precomm – 1952 | 1954 – 1957 | 1958 – 1960 | 1961 – 1962 | 1963 – 1964 | 1965 – 1966 | 1967 – 1968 | 1969 – 1970 | 1971 – now

NameRank/RatePeriodDivisionRemarks/Photo
Gamm, JamesEM-2Aug 17, 1664 – Mar 31, 1967ELoved my time on board.
Brown, Belfordboat mate 2ndApr 15, 1926 – Apr 15, 19474thone helluva fight
Anderson, Harold1942 – 1944Aviation MetalsmithThis is my Dad, he served on this ship during the war and was later transfered to the USS Antietam. He has passed away but I would love to here from anyone who knew him.
Morales, JohnUnknownJun 23, 1942 – Jun 23, 1945USS IntrepidI am looking for anyone that may have known my dad during ww2 on the USS Intrepid.,or maybe have any photos that he may be in.he past away last year 5/14/2015.Well it would be nice.(619)850-4759 Thank You
Wilkinson, William (Bill)RADIOMAN 3/C1943 – 1945Communication ( K )plank holder of CV11 served until 1945 transfered to USS Midway CVB 41 until my discharge 1945
McDonnell, Donald1943 – 1945Dud torpedo lodged in compartment next to mine (Leyte Gulf); otherwise no more Mr. McDonnell; survived 4 Kamikazes
Hartman, Elmer3RD CLASS AVIATION MACHINIST MATE1943 – Oct 1946v6
Harvell, JamesAOC1943 – 1943V-7Plank Owner--part of pre-comissioning and comissioning crew
Davis, William B. "billy" Or "dave"CM3C1943 – 1945This is my father. He was a member of the commissioning crew, though I can find no evidence of him being a plank owner. I recently found some photos of him and some buddies. Interest? contact me.
Crowe, VernonChief (CRM)1943 – 1945Fleet CommunicationsThis is my father. He served as Chief Radio Operator from 1943 until the end of WWII. Prior to this assignment he served on the USS Ranger in the Atlantic. He passed away in 1971. I would love to hear from anyone who knew him.
McGlaun, Willie Frank (Bill Dad) profile iconSEAMAN1943 – Jul 3, 1945GUNNERS MATETHIS IS MY UNCLE WHO PASSED AWAY ON APRIL 8, 2011. WOULD LOVE TO HEAR FROM ANY SHIPMATES WHO REMEMBER HIM. HE LOST VISION IN HIS RIGHT EYE. IN HIS PROFESSIONAL LIFE HE WAS A PROFESSIONAL COUNTRY WESTERN FIDDLE PLAYER.
Barnes, Dale (Barney)Unknown1943 –UnknownDale Barnes is my father in law. He is still alive but in a nursing home. Looking for any friends or someone with more information about his service. I believe he flew in the TBM-3's. Dale had 10 children.
Faw, Ernestseaman 1st classApr 1943 – Dec 1945Flight deck crewPre-commissioned at Newport News, VA He enlisted at 17. Honorable discharge Got off in Osaki, Japan 6574188 I think that was his service number. Still living in North Carolina
Mann, Harold BuddySEAMAN 3RD CLASSApr 26, 1943 – Aug 15, 1945TOW TRACTOR OPPERATORI AM WRITING FOR MY GREAT UNCLE HARROLD BUDDY MANN. HE WENT ABORD INTREPID FOR SHAKEDOWN CRUISE,AND ACTION IN SOUTH PACIFIC. HE WAS A TOW TRACTOR OPPERATOR. ANYONE INTERESTED IN HIS ADDRESS, WRITE ME AN E MAIL, AND I WILL SEND
Toft, Robert(Bob)Aviation Machinist's Mate P (Aviation Propeller Mechanic) 3rd Class AMMP3cApr 26, 1943 – Mar 16, 1944AvaitonDad was a plank holder and was on the shake down cruise. Remember a story of the panama canal and how the ship scrapped through. Prop mechanic, and fire fighter. Left the ship in San Fran due to burst ear from kamikaze.
Palomaa, Edward RayRadarman 3/cMay 14, 1943 – Apr 1946Division 3This is my father. He passed away 10/02 His best buddies were George Neuwald &Thom Ruben. I would love to hear from them or anyone who remembers him. I Read Raymond Stone's wonderful book & would love his contact info
Smith, James / JimmySEAMAN 1ST CLASSMay 18, 1943 – Feb 27, 1946SV 6This is my father. He died 1976
Clemmer, LeslieLT JGAug 1, 1943 – Oct 30, 1945K2
Barry, JosephRM 1CAug 16, 1943 – Jan 15, 1946K1Plank owner. Have visited ship many times in New York, where she is now a musium with great displays about her service.
Hudson, Melvin profile iconBM2C USNAug 16, 1943 – Dec 19453B Division and 2nd DivisionPlank-owner; shake-down cruise to Trinadad, director operator quad of 40mm guns. Looking for shipmates (or family of) "the Dooley brothers" from northern California; and any family of Rhett Jones of Malvern, AL (killed in action 2/16/44)
Duke, John RobertRADIOMAN SECOND CLASSAug 16, 1943 – 1945CANNOT FINDThis is my dad. He passed away Sept 27, 2005. He was very proud to have served his country. He saved paperword from his time aboard the USS INTREPID. He had a copy of her commissioning ceremony program.
Schmidt, Frederick C.AMM 1Sep 12, 1943 – Jun 22, 1945Shakedown cruise, transit thru the Panama Canal, and Pacific Campaign 44-45. Fred Schmidt, my father, has passed on. I am writing this entry in hope that someone on the Intrepid that knew him is able to respond and possibly share a story.
Capwell, LesterSLCSep 21, 1943 –
Knutson, Bernell (Bernie)PETTY OFFICER 3RD CLASS1944 –CommunicationsI was temporarily assigned as the radio operator on Intrepid (to replace radio crew killed?).
Zweck, KennethSeaman 1st1944 – 1946DeckThis is for my uncle Kenny. We are honoring him Sept 28th - Oct 2, 2011 at the USS Newport Reunion in Norfolk, VA. Kenny lives in South Milwaukee, WI He is on facebook and is a retired truck driver. 414-301-4276
Williams, John G. "Bud"LT1944 –VT-18This is my father-in-law, deceased in 1955. Avenger pilot with VT-18 during the Battle for Leyte Gulf. Awarded Navy Cross and two Distinguished Flying Crosses. In 1945 became XO of VT-18.
Goetz, WayneMachinist Mate Third Class1944 – 1946Task Force 38Would enjoy hearing from any one who served on the ship during 1944 to 1946. At this writing I am 97 years old and in April 2013 was flown by the Indy Honor flight to see our WWII Memorial -- awesome! 2768 C Club,47331
Stoner, GeorgeE1944 – 1946ElectLucky
Eads, JamesGunner1944 –Quad 40sMy father, James E. Eads (RIP) as a gunner, earned his Purple Heart 18 March 1945 at the Battle of Okinawa. Shrapnel from an exploding kamikaze betty.
Bolles, EdgarF3CJan 6, 1944 – Mar 1944UKNMy Grandfather: Boarded 6Jan44, SanFrancisco CA
Tiffany, RobertSeaman 1st classJan 20, 1944 – Feb 3, 1946V 6Retired thinking about the old ship.
Stockman, HomerS1cJan 24, 1944 – Oct 25, 1945NavyHomer Allen Stockman is my husbands grand father. Recently, Mr. Stockman's family donated his uniform, letters, and books to the Intrepid Museum in New York City.
Morris, JesseFireman First ClassFeb 1944 – May 1946Bserved all 2 years on ship
Gonzales, RalphRADIOMAN 3RD CLASSDec 28, 1944 – Apr 20, 1946Communication (K1)I am Searching for Paul Zimmerman from New York. I can be reached at (956)689-2704 in 171 East Sunset Raymondville, Texas 78580
Lorge, BudRM21945 – 1946Radioman. I was a Radioman. Served on the USS Intrepid
Landry, Burke J.S1STFeb 23, 1945 – Apr 20, 1946V6I enlisted in Houston,TX having lived in Pasadena,TX. Pulled boot camp at San Diego, company 577-58-34. First assignment was Naval Hospital, Shoemaker, CA. Boarded ship at Hunter's Point. Left ship at H P around April for home.
Tufft, ErniePHM3CNov 1945 – Jun 4, 1946MedicalI was an Operating Room Technician.
Fulk, Vaits Jr.Jul 10, 1946 –V 6my father past away in 1973. But i have every letter that he wrote to his parent while serving in the US Navy.In this letter he is talking about being in the flight div. All motor mach were frozen.He couldn't go on leave.
Hayes, Raymond RoyFiremanJan 1, 1952 – Dec 31, 1952MI boarded the ship in Norfork,Virginia and was in "M" division in 52. I helped put the USS Intrepid in commission while working in the engine room. We left and traveled through the Panama Canal to California in late 52
Horvath, MichaelMR2Feb 1952 – Mar 1952WAS IN THE MACHINE SHOP, STOOD WATCH IN ENGINE ROOM
Berry, Travenus WoodruffSNAug 7, 1952 – Aug 7, 1955COMMANDANT EIGHT

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