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USS Hancock (CV 19) Crew List

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 500 crew members registered for the USS Hancock (CV 19).

Select the period (starting by the reporting year): precomm – 1954 | 1955 – 1960 | 1961 – 1963 | 1964 – 1965 | 1966 – 1967 | 1968 – 1969 | 1970 – 1971 | 1972 | 1973 – 1974 | 1975 – now

NameRank/RatePeriodDivisionRemarks/Photo
Pacey, BillPH21966 – 1970OPSpent allot of great times with allot of great shipmates.
McGinnis, FrankBT31966 – 1967B DIVMy first ship and a experience I will never forget. I was in #2 fireroom and lived for launching aircraft. CMDR Coles was the MPA and always got me to volunteer for the worst jobs. Punching tubes was a real joy. Miss my black oil coffee
Davis, RobertE31966 – 1967VF-51I am Deneena Davis, the daughter and only child of Robert N Davis. I am looking for anyone who served with him. He passed away 10-16-10 and he is dearly missed.
McElhaney, Alabe2Jan 3, 1966 – Jan 10, 1970v-2 cats
Parsons, PatrickPN3Feb 20, 1966 – Feb 4, 1968X
Holien, TerrySNMar 1966 – Sep 19682nd My best time in the Navy was when I was aboard the Hancock. We had a good crew and I was in a good Div. I wish I had a change to go back and do somethings over again. Somethings that I would do different.
Hunkins, Jr., Francis/ FrankMM FNApr 1966 – Sep 1967MMy husband passed away 4 yrs. ago. He was stationed in the 'aft engine room'. I would like to contact anyone who knew him. Thank you.
Congemi, LouisBT-3Apr 16, 1966 – Dec 18, 1968BAssigned to #1 fireroom and worked for Mcknight BT-1 Shipmates I remember: Chief Parsons, WO Bunch, BT3 Smith. Dry docked in Hunters point.
Percival, David (Percy)E4Apr 17, 1966 – Mar 3, 1970V1 Fly 2An experience of a lifetime. I would love to hear from anyone who worked the Flight Deck on the carrier. I see on the listing Alan Silva--did we call you Freddie?
Patrick, BillE-5Jun 1966 – Oct 1967V6Fighting Hannah! May she live in our memories forever. Some of my best times were spent aboard the Hancock. Long days, very Hot cruises. An ice cream machine that NEVER worked. Great friends, pictures galore of P.I, J-pan, Hawaii, Hong Kong, Frisco.
Congermi, LouisBT-3Jun 16, 1966 – Dec 15, 1968Assigned to number one fireroom and number four evaporator.
Michel, Robert (Bob)AZ2Jun 16, 1966 – Jan 1970V-6/AIMDRetired now. Attempting to recall past experiences on board the Fighting Hanna during four cruises on Yankee/Dixie Stations Viet Nam.
Wright, James L.PH2Jul 5, 1966 – Dec 12, 1967OPGreat ship--Great crew!
Vaughn, PhilABH3Aug 1966 – Apr 1970V-1Blue shirt, Elevator operator, Phone talker, Flight deck control (weejee board), Yellow shirt (director), FLY 1 PO
Whitman, William BillAIRMAM E3Aug 2, 1966 –V1Looking for flight deck elevator operators last name vaughn &j johnsey ( SONNEY) west pak 1966 1967 1968
Cardoza, LarryETN3Aug 10, 1966 – Oct 3, 1969OEThose were good years on board the Hanna
Peterson, DanE-3Sep 28, 1966 – Mar 28, 1970S-7
Bodden, FrankAZ3Dec 1966 – Aug 1967VFP-63, Ari wing.My first WestPac cruise. Great experience, ports of call and friendships. A whole new world to a 19 year old kid. I'd love to make contact with anyone from my squadron. I still live in the San Diego area in Carlsbad.
Johnson, DonaldATNANDec 1966 – Jun 1967VA94Had a lot of fun on the ship
Brenner, MikeAMS3Dec 1966 – Aug 1967VFP-63What a Great Experience, plus all of the ports-of-all that we hit. A great time with my friends from VFP-63..
Pendergrass, RoyYNSNDec 2, 1966 – Sep 17, 1967VA-115I served as a Yeoman for VA-115
Dye, LarryAKDec 19, 1966 – Sep 27, 1969S-6 Aviation StoresI would like to contact any S-6 Div. members 1966-1969. Ships company or TAD Squadron AK's or strikers. Nick R., Jimmy R., Mohammed (Big Dog) M., Chuck M.(step &1/2). Any S-6 animals.
Kelso, Les1967 –
Bleakney, Paul (Duck)ANJan 4, 1967 – Jan 1968V-4Looking for the people I served with ran JP5 pump rooms
Heitzmann Jr., Joseph (Joe)SENIOR CHEIF AVIATION BOATSWAINS MATEFeb 4, 1967 – Jun 24, 1967flight deckthis is honor of my father Joseph Roy Heitzmann jr. who received commendation for design,construction and use of a towbar cart, any pics out there plese let me know
Atkins, DougABH-2Feb 12, 1967 – Aug 30, 1970V3Trying to reach out to old, and now they are old shipmates.
Egilske, Joseph Joeabh 3Mar 12, 1967 – Oct 1970V 3looking to get intouch with old shipmates from 47 plus years ago joe egilske
Gagnon, LawrenceABE 3Apr 1967 – Oct 1970V-2 Cats
Gibbs, Joseph (Joe) Jr.RD2Jun 20, 1967 – Jun 20, 1971CIC Radar operatorWhat memories this brings back! great group of guys and those WESTPAC liberty ports! how'd I survive??
Melito, Kenneth J. (Mic)RM3Jul 1967 – Mar 3, 1969communicationsI would like to hear from someone that I served with.
Sanderson, Vancil (Sandy)RMSNJul 1967 – May 1968RadioLooking for anyone involved in the drydocking in 1967 and 68 at San Francisco.
Lee, RobRM2Jul 22, 1967 – Dec 22, 1969CRhttp://www.usshancock.org
Christensen, JamesGMG3Aug 6, 1967 – Sep 29, 1969First DivisionAs Medicare get closer memories are founder.
Kline, Louis/crazyMM3Sep 1967 – Aug 1971The toughest carrier the Navy ever had!
Marcus, DavePH2Sep 1967 – Aug 1970Op
Strait, PhilipE4Sep 4, 1967 – Jun 30, 1971Ship ServicemanWorked in Laundry upon arrival of duty. Transferred to ship stores. Originated out of Gladwin Michigan.
Sullivan, GregoryAK3Sep 6, 1967 – Sep 6, 1968Aviation Stores S6Looking for anyone in S6 division 67-68
Neidringhaus, Mauricee3Sep 20, 1967 – May 6, 1971ENGINEERING
Hitchcock, Hitchaz3Oct 1967 – Jun 1968AIMDIn drydock almost the entire time; lived in barracks. Put to sea to sail up and down the coast for a time. Was launched via catapault on the C1. Drove the CO a couple of times. worked at Master at Arms for a few weeks.
Parrish, Randye-3Oct 14, 1967 – Jun 6, 1971fox/5th divisioni made 3 wespac cruises , crossed the equator 2 times i'm a shellback! i was a gunner's mate guns loved it , mis my old shipmates. had great fun in ports especially olongapo p.i. mis ole fightin hanna...
Lund, John (Jd)MM2Nov 1967 – Jun 2, 1971M - DivsionServed in aft-eng-rm, a lot of memories. Recently published a book "Vietnam 1967-1971" about my three deployment to Vietnam aboard the Hancock. Check out my website for a preview. Purchase on Amazon.
Douberly, KenAO3Nov 1, 1967 – Aug 29, 1970GI worked on the flight with the bomb crew and also worked with Ordnance Disposal I kept track of ordance that left and returned to the Hancock. Great memories from the WestPac cruises and time in the U.S docked at Alameda.
Tippie, JamesADJ3Dec 1967 – Sep 1968AIMDSLICK DICK AND MAZKATEER, R U OUT THERE

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