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USS Bismarck Sea (CVE 95) Crew List

The table below contains the names of sailors who served aboard the USS Bismarck Sea (CVE 95). 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 104 crew members registered for the USS Bismarck Sea (CVE 95).

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Edwards, Guy AlllenSEAMAN 1ST CLASS1945 – 1945My dad was a welder on board the USS Bismarck Sea and survived the sinking. He never spoke of the tragedies he witnessed the night of the sinking. Only once he mentioned the anguish in his heart as he was helping injured men board the raft.
Davis, Jane EcholsSEAMAN1945 – Feb 21, 1945My cousin, William Perry Echols, was lost at sea during the aerial attack off Iwo Jima on February 21, 1945. Jane Echols Davis, cousin
Bargi, AlfredENSIGN1945 – 1945this is my Great Uncle still tryin to find more information about him all i know is he is still on board
Parker, Hadleyunknown1945 – 1945unknownThis posting is for my uncle Hadley Parker, that served as a deck crew officer on the Bismark Sea (rank unknown by me) at the time of the sinking. He is now living in a retirement center in Red Oak, Iowa. Contact him!
Pitzner, HaroldRadarman 3rd class?1945 – 1945unknownMy grandfather served aboard CVE 95 and was leaving the bridge when the second plane impacted the elevator shaft. He and another sailor jumped from the flight deck and were rescued the next morning.
Stephenson, SherwoodSeaman 1C1945 – 1945Do not knowMy great uncle was among those killed when the ship was attacked. I am looking for more information about him.
Huston, Frank (Dee)unknown1945 – 1945unknownMy Uncle Frank was aboard the Bismarck when she was sunk. Although a strong swimmer he would have been unable to make it to the life raft without help. When he rested he swam out to help others make it to the raft.
Landriault, ArthurCarpenters Mate 21945 – 1945MemberMy Dad was a crew member when the USS Bismark Sea went down. He didn't talk much about it but did receive the Purple Heart from a wound in the leg from the straffing.
Leach, FrederickAviation Radioman First Class1945 – 1945??Posted for my father (died 1986)
Burl R Schaberg, Jr., Buzzunknown1945 –unknownMy fater was on leave at the time of the ship sinking. He lost many of his close friends, and always seemed to have trouble talking about the loss. I do not know his rank or how long he served on the ship, but he would probably best be remembered as th
Lindsey, Thomas B., ThomasRank unknown. He was a radarman and ship's editor.1945 –unknownThis is my father. I did not know him at all. He left for the Navy when I was just age two. At home he was owner and publisher of a small town newspaper. My mother took it over when he was declared lost at sea.
Potter, Charles profile icongunners mate1945 – Feb 22, 1945armament starboardChuck Potter was a gunnersmate on the starboard side of the ship. He recently passed away Mar. 9 2019. He had a varied military career in 3 services and even serving under astronaut John Gleen in Fla.. He will be missed.
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Gallion, PaulJan 10, 1945 –
Dacke, John HaroldSEAMAN FIRST CLASSFeb 1, 1945 – Feb 21, 1945my uncle served on the USS Bismarck Sea and was killed in actionwhen it was sunk at Iwo Jima in 1945. if anyone who served with him could give me more information about him, i would appreciate it.
Swanson, ChrisS2ND CLASSFeb 21, 1945 – Feb 21, 1945NavyMy Grand father Norman Swanson was on the DE 406 USS Edmonds. He was one of the crew who went over the side to rescue men.
Grabow, Robert L. (Bob)SEAMAN 1ST CLASSFeb 21, 1945 – Feb 21, 1945Posted for my uncle Bob, a survivor who lived on to treat his friends and family well. Bob passed on yesterday, Jan. 28th, 2009. He was loved by all, and will be missed.

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