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USS Antietam (CV 36) Crew List

The table below contains the names of sailors who served aboard the USS Antietam (CV 36). 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 149 crew members registered for the USS Antietam (CV 36).

Select the period (starting by the reporting year): precomm – 1945 | 1946 – 1953 | 1954 – 1958 | 1959 – now

Crumpler, Julian HaroldSEAMAN SECOND CLASS1946 – 1946V1HBoarded USS Antietam in China in 1946, traveled the South Pacfic, and debarked in California
Parsons, Walter / WaltETM 31946 – Jan 7, 1948Electronics
Liepert, Willis A.Aviation Machinist mate 1st class1946 – 1948Aviation Machinistposted this for my Dad. When I started asking him questions about this a couple months ago (2009) I think he really liked reminiscing about it & showed me his sailor suits, etc. in the cedar chest.
Rosen, AlanQUARTERMASTER 1ST CLASS1946 – 1948NAVIGATIONI added this for my dad. Sorry if I screwed up :-)
Matal, HaroldFireman 1/cJan 1946 – Jul 1946firemanI am entering this for my father. He passed away in 2007, I am going through his military records and assignments. If anyone knew him I would like to hear any stories that you wish to share. Thank you. Monique Matal
Gallagher, RobertradiomanJan 4, 1946 – Sep 4, 1948radio
Melton, Dale MeltonF2May 18, 1946 – Nov 20, 1947Boiler Room
Colby, Robert profile iconFLJan 1947 – Feb 25, 1948FiremanThis is for my Grandfather, Robert Colby. I am looking for more information of pictures of him.
Tully, RobertYOEMANSep 1947 – Oct 1949V3I was the air officer's phone talker during flight operations.
Strauss, CarlSEAMAN APPRENTICE1948 –Radio Man StrikerServed on the Antietam, after leaving boot camp. Made training cruises for pilots from San Francisco to San Diego. Also used San Clemente Island for shelling practice. Left the ship at Hunter's Point when she received decommissioning orders.
Greenwood, Joseph C.GM31948 – Apr 1949gunnery
Ciriello, John1950 –
Pokorney, PorkyAB2Jul 1950 –V1Awas leading po in via div. during korean war.
Villani, JohnME3Jul 20, 1950 – Jun 15, 1953SRThis is my father. He worked as Machinist, Boiler Room, and Fireman
Thomsen, NormanFirst Class YN1COct 1950 – May 1952X Division
Farrell, JudiKenneth J. Farrell, Yeoman 2nd ClassOct 1950 – Aug 1954Operations OfficeMy late husband loved his entire four year hitch in the Navy aboard USS Antietam. Proud of his ship, his accomplishments while there and those with whom he was associated, the experience served him well.
Stoecklin, Roland (Johnny)PFC1951 – 1952S-3 Disbursing Office/PayrollDaughter posting for father. He's sure to love it if it would generate contact with old crewmates. He was in the Reserves & got called back again after serving in WW2.
Shubert, JackAT31951 – 1952I am very proud to have served.
Stanton, Robert Gregory1ST CLASS PETTY OFFICER1951 – 1952Aviation MachinistsThis is my father. Served in the Navy during WWII and Korea. His KSM has two battle statrs on it.
Stoecklin, RolandSEAMAN FIRST CLASS USNRJan 1951 – May 2, 1952Disbursing Office Payroll S-3Boarded the newly recommissioned USS Antietam in San Diego, being called up again from the USNR. Prior served in USNR in Subic Bay, Phillipines until discharge April, 1946. Went to San Francisco, during the dry dock prior to Sea of Japan.
Blickenstaff, RobertJan 1, 1951 – Jan 1, 1952282This was my father who passed away Aug. 2006 - unsure of the exact dates - But I do know he served during the Korean war on the USS Antietam.
Peterson, William J. Jr. (Bill)YN 3Jan 15, 1951 – Aug 5, 1954OAI served my full enlistment on this great carrier. Worked in the Operations Office. While in Korea my duty station was Air Plot. , I enjoyed my time -she was a great ship!
Kirchberg, Richard D KirchbergAVIATION BOATSWAIN MATE 3RD CLASS PETTY OFFICERJan 22, 1951 – Nov 10, 1952Arresting gear, flightdeckgood ship, good shipmates, good time
Ahrens, RichardFeb 1, 1951 – Dec 5, 1952Auxiliaryworked air conditioning and referigeration
Wills, LoranAT3Feb 8, 1951 – May 2, 1952VA728 SkyraidersDuty station on flight deck , living quaters aft just under the flight deck.a great bunch of guys Chief Burger was a good Leading Chief for giving liberty. Capt.Dufek skippered a good ship F9F crash on deck was bad ALL HANDS WELL DONE
Fleming, John H. 'donald Or Dick'FN OR F1CFeb 9, 1951 – Jun 9, 1952Dad (passed in 96) had Korean Ribbon 1star, UN Medal, & I believe qual'd 4 Nat'l Defense, ROK War Service Medal, & Cold War Era Certificate. Told stories of turning valves, burning hands and working below. WW2 CV6 also. Bro named Wert,
Tucker, RichardAK2Mar 24, 1951 – Aug 26, 1952S1Hello, to everyone.
Williams, William [bill] Or 2billsabanMay 1951 – Sep 1954V I HCame from boot to Alameda NAS then to Antietam. After the Korea situation we came around to the East coast.Most of the crew then went aboard the Shagrala, but about 20 stayed aboard.Ship mates Don [Buck] Biddulph died
Berryhill, Donald L.FC 2ND CLASSMay 15, 1951 – Jun 23, 1953Fox GunneryLearned to be a man -- responsible for my own behavior. Met and never forgot some of the best friends I've ever had. Boler--Deer --Ansberry- C Lee- J Kennedy Jimmy lee Hall. Fond Memories
Holliday, M.d (Tex)SH3Jul 15, 1951 – Aug 15, 1952SupplyPosted by his proud daughter and grandchildren, the stories that have been told to this day, by my father, will live on forever, thank you Daddy and to each of you who have served to protect us all.
Schwiesow, AugAO/2CAug 1, 1951 – Apr 30, 1952VA 728I am proud to have served our country in Naval Aviation and in VA 728 aboard the USS Antietam 1951 - 1952. I have many fond memories of our active duty time and friends made in CAG 15, particularly Lt. CMDR. Glen Geho, VA 72 and Jack Shubert, VF 713.
Osuyos, BasilioAk 2nd ClassDec 1, 1951 – Mar 1, 1952AK 2nd Class1952 - Korea duty off shore. Launching air assets.
Freer, CharlesAO21952 – 1956We are looking for anyone who knew Charles Freer and might have any stories, pictures, or memories of him. Please contact
Ray, RomaFireman 1st class1952 – Dec 1954Engineering Dept. A DivisionAdding this for my Dad to see if any crew members that he was with are on this list
Robert M Lister, BobAN 1ST CLASSJan 1952 – Mar 1954
Kohut, Andrew (Andy)PNSAJul 1952 – Jan 1954Admin My service number while stationed aboard the USS Antietam (CVS-36) was: 434 47 17 During my tour, I served in the Ship's Personnel Office.
Ervin, John W "Bill"AK2Jul 10, 1952 – Oct 15, 1954Aviation Supply
Middleton, RobertMR3Sep 12, 1952 – Jan 5, 1955"A" Division
Panebianco, LarryFLIGHT DECK CREW1953 – 1954
Frascella, Daniel/ DanAB 3Jun 27, 1953 – Jun 27, 1955Catapult/Arresting gear and GasolineOne of the best experience in my life. Was unofficial photographer. Glad to email photos to old shipmates. Like to contact old shipmates.
Pivoda, PeteSRNov 1953 – Sep 1954USS Antietam CVA 36I am his son looking to know crew that he knew he was a very accomplished artist, died when I was young (1970) Proud to know as much as I can thank you all.

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