The table below contains the names of sailors who served aboard the USS Wasp (CV 18). 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 458 crew members registered for the USS Wasp (CV 18).
|Michael, Black||BM3||1971 – 1972||m||c. garcia victory texas e-mail me. i have your seabag.. email@example.com|
|Milazzo, Sal||SN||1971 – 1972||YN||Served in the Print Shop with George Miller, Bernie Lenart, and First Class Petty Officer Ingram|
|Davis, Daniel||DS2||1971 – 1972||Electronics||Looking for Stu Seehafer.|
|Annear, Bruce||MM3||1971 – 1972||M Division||I worked in Main Control, Manning the "Go Fast" Wheels. The Wasp was my Duty Station while I waited for Nuclear Power School.|
|Harder, Jay NEW||RMSN||1971 – 1972||Radio 1||I had a very close friendship with Rich S from the Electrical Power shop. Rich was from Jersey City, NJ, If he sees this, I'd love to hear from him.|
|Barr, Danny||sn||Apr 1971 – Jul 1, 1972||2 nd||Served with many a good friend and I am looking for Dave Clark or underdog.|
|Silvasi, Joe||e-3||Apr 9, 1971 – May 20, 1972||v-2||Came on board early 1971. Remember going dead in the water as we passed through the Hampton tunnel in 71. Anyone know if Rick Rezendez or Les Apple is to be heard from?|
|Skinner, Tony||e-3||Apr 25, 1971 –||aviation|
|Pettit, Richard (George)||GMG-3||May 1, 1971 – Jul 1, 1972||I had Pictures of the Blue Angles water ditch in 72' was the trainer on mt 52 when we lost control and almost hit the tow tug - What fun!|
|Bottoni, Gene||CV18||May 10, 1971 – Jul 1, 1972||OP||PH-2 on the admirals staff, than transfered to USS Intrepid CV-11|
|McClure, Marvin [mack]||abhc||Jun 1971 – 1972||air dept. leading chief||I was in charge of putting air dept. out of commission. What a job. Cdr Entwhistle and I had some times.|
|Woodsmall, William(Woody)||EM3||Aug 1971 – Feb 1972||E Lighting Shop||Member of her last crew, left as the decommissioning began.|
|Miller, William (Bill)||DS3||Aug 1, 1971 – Jul 1, 1972||S-7 Data Processing||Maintained the computer system. Worked with Jeff. Packed it up with all spare parts and sent it off to the Saratoga.|
|Young, Sheri||dependent||Aug 23, 1971 – Apr 21, 1972||dependent||Looking for ship-mates of my father's. ( E-5 Fireman Larry Bee Young) Diagnosed with stage 4 cancer and would like to try to re-unite him with some old friends before he goes. Served aboard from 1971 thru decom.|
|Kegley, Leroy||E3||Sep 1971 – Jul 1972||Exec||I was on Quarterdeck duty the day of the decommission ceremony. I think that I was next to the last one off the ship, was a Lt. on duty with me.|
|Mathews, Marvin||E3||Oct 1, 1971 – Aug 6, 1972||NX||I was onboard until decommissioning. Barracks ship was not that great. Hated to leave a great ship and crew.|
|Findley, John||AA||Oct 2, 1971 – Jun 1, 1972||S2M||I had mess cook duites the entire time onboard. Met somke great guys and also went to New Bedford, Mass.|
|Clyburn, Dennis NEW||E2||Nov 1971 – 1972||mess cook||Seen entry on Larry Bee Young from his daughter and wish to hear from her about him.|
|White, Rickey||AIRMAN||Dec 15, 1971 – Jul 1, 1972||V4||Looking for photo of the decommisioning ceremony|
There are currently no planned reunions.