The table below contains the names of sailors who served aboard the USS Hancock (CV 19). 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 512 crew members registered for the USS Hancock (CV 19).
|Wilson, Steve||E 3||1975 – Jan 1976||V 2 Plat/ Flols|
|Gonzalez, Roberto||MM3||1975 – 1976||engineering||I was assinged to the aft engine room & was petty officer in charge of the aft generators|
|Callis, Terry||AG3||1975 – Jan 1976||OA||I served aboard the USS Hancock on her final Westpac deployment in 1975. I served as an Aerographer's Mate in the weather office and part of OA Div. I would like to hear from anyone who served in the OA Div.|
|Shipley, Bill||HM1||Jan 1, 1975 – Sep 1, 1975||I was a Corpman Striker on the Hancock in 1975. I went to Corp School in late 1975 and ended up in Millington, Tenn.. Got off Active Duty in 1978 and stayed in the Naval Reserves until 1992.|
|Grass, William||RM3 CR Div.||Jan 17, 1975 – Nov 30, 1975||CR Div.||Great division for a bird farm.|
|Tanner, Bruce||AOAN||Feb 1, 1975 – Feb 1, 1976||G-Div.||I would like to hear from anyone who remembers me.|
|Wright, Gary||AOAN||Feb 9, 1975 – Nov 20, 1975||AIMD Ordnance|
|Ward, Robert||RMSN||Mar 1975 – Dec 1975||Retired after 20 years. Hancock was my first ship, my first cruise, and was the BEST assignment I ever had.|
|Ashburn, Ritchie||YNSN||Mar 15, 1975 – Jan 3, 1976|
|Fenzl, Chris||HN||Mar 24, 1975 – Dec 24, 1975||Medical||Came onboard in Pearl a day or so after my 19th birthday and was awestruck by the size of this vessel.I remember all of the corpsmen from that final West-Pac and wish them nothing but the best.|
|Hawks, Thomas||BTFN||Mar 30, 1975 – Dec 19, 1975||Engineering #3 Fireroom||The Fireroom was dark, dirty and hot. Six hours on and Six hours off seems like the entire time I was there. I did see Hong Kong. I enjoyed being on Smoke Watch on the 07 level of the superstructure. Watched flight ops.|
|Homan, David R.||BTFA||Apr 1975 – Dec 1975||B 2 Fireroom||I'd like to hear from Bobby Hutton, Arnufo Gonzales, Phil Pulcanio and a few others. This tub was the worst experience of my 22 years of active duty!|
|Titmus, Michael||EM3||Apr 1975 – Dec 1975||Engineering|
|Smyers, Daniel||SMSA||Apr 1975 – Dec 1975||Signals||Old ship, great shipmates.|
|Tuttle, Howard||FA||May 1975 – Nov 1975||BT #2 Fireroom||Made her last cruise. Some of the toughest duty in the service down in those firerooms. Anyone remember me just contact me.|
|Masters, Carlos||E-3||May 6, 1975 – Feb 7, 1976||V-3|
|Willis, Steven||Jul 1975 – Jan 1976||OZ||Joined final cruise out of boot. ALameda fog was somthing special. Ens Obie, Mike Reynolds, Fred Ingram, Rusty? ISC Paul ___ , YN1 Stan Pinkner. LCDR Wilkinson-IO, Cdr Ira Lewy-OPS and of course Capt "Field Day" Freddie Fellows!|
|Flores, Dan||EN3||Jul 1975 – Jan 1976||Engineering||Great duty wish I would have made the whole West Pac cruise. I think about it often.|
|Grant, Joe||BT2||Jul 15, 1975 – Dec 15, 1975||BOILERS||I WAS FRESH OUT OF B SCHOOL ,TOOK AN OUT OF COMISSION # 4 F/R AND GOI IT GOING. WORST ARGOUS DUTY OF MY LIFE, LOST 40 LB,S . WENT ON TO COMPLETE 22 YRS OF SERVICE. RET FEB 91, AS A BTCM SGPI INSPECTOR .|
There are currently no planned reunions.