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USS Midway (CV 41) Crew List

The table below contains the names of sailors who served aboard the USS Midway (CV 41). 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 1980 crew members registered for the USS Midway (CV 41).

Select the period (starting by the reporting year): precomm – 1951 | 1952 – 1954 | 1957 | 1958 – 1959 | 1960 – 1961 | 1962 – 1963 | 1964 – 1969 | 1970 – 1970 | 1971 | 1972 | 1973 | 1974 – 1975 | 1976 | 1977 | 1978 | 1979 | 1980 | 1981 | 1982 | 1983 | 1984 | 1985 | 1986 | 1987 | 1988 | 1989 | 1990 | 1991 – now

NameRank/RatePeriodDivisionRemarks/Photo
Truman, LaurenMARINE MECHANIC1970 – 1972I am looking for anyone who might have known my father, RAYMOND E. TRUMAN, while on the Midway. I am researching his life and would appreciate any information.
Steinmetz, Steven / LilleboCS31970 – 1971Galley
Butler, JimE 31970 – 1972A Gang 03
Smith, JerryFireman Apprentice1970 –M DivisionLooking for anyone that was on the recommissioning crew for the Midway in 1970. Anybody remember the sailors that were burned by steam in #2 engine room? I was one of the four guys that was burned.
Bruce, Lawrence profile iconHM21970 – Jun 1972Medical
Queen, ThomasHM21970 – 1971Medical Dept
Brown, JamesA K 11970 – 1974AIMD IM-1It was with PRIDE to have served on the USS Midway. I worked for & with some Great Shipmates. I am now retired and disabled 60 % and have to use a Rolling Walker. I try to visit the Midway Museum, every year.
Crouch, Paulht31970 – 1973RWould like any shipmates that were friends to contact me
Ziegler, SteveMR 31970 – 1972MI remember the great times working in the machine shop especially when we had to help another ship with its repairs out on the line
Mattson, MarvinDC31970 – Jul 21, 1973REnjoyed returning to Midway & telling stories. Now days 4wheeling in Nevada desert or driving hot rods with my wife. I can still fit into my white hat.
Shelley, JoeE31970 – 1972V3Looking to catch up with some old pals
Foster, ArthurAE1Jan 1970 – Aug 1972AIMD
Vaughn, Charles ( Trainwreck )AN3Jan 1970 – Nov 1971CATCCI became ships crew by picked her up in Hunter ligget outside of San Francisco in Jan of 1970. I was first a a fire watch for the welders as they pre-paired her for sea duty.( The old USS Never float) and finally we set sail on our west Pac cruise.
Skelton, JerryHM2Jan 1970 – Jan 1973MedicalIf any one remembers me, drop me an email and I will get back to you as soon as I can.
Davis, MickeyE-4Jan 1970 – 1975Photo
Clarke, DouglasATN3Jan 1970 – Aug 1971AIMD/AM3Remember helping the welders on the pre-recommissioning. Sailing down to San Diego with the hanger bay full of cars. WESPAC. Michael B. Shipley.
Vander Warf, Dick / VwRD3Jan 1970 – Oct 1971OI DivisionA time that stayed with me forever. Met some of the best friends of my life.
Crowe, RichardSN e-3Jan 1970 – Apr 15, 1971NavationOn the bridge and helm for sea trials outside San Francisco Bay. Did the sea training off San Diego. My green 1964 VW bus went back on the hanger deck from San Diego to San Francisco.
Spry, Ric profile iconE-3Jan 1970 – 1972B Div I able fire roomWas One of the first 150 on Recommissioning Crew any One remember James A Hewitt he cut the Cake with Capt Carrol was the youngest At the Recommissioning He was My Best Friend We we're straight Out of boot camp
Meyer, Johnsn3Jan 1970 – Aug 1971OII had some good times while serving aboard the Midway. Westpac cruise was a time in my life that will live forever. OI division guys were a hell-of- alot of fun, taking 3 day trips to Mexico and northern California LOL
Baldeschwiler, Tom (Baldy)ABE2Jan 1970 – Mar 1973V-2USS Midway CVA-41 Plankowner Jan70-Mar73 V-2 Div Catapults Flightdeck AC bridle hook-up and holdback Port Cat Console Operator Full WesPac Cruise 1971 and 1972 NAS Cubi Point Runway Support 'MOREST' Crew May 68 - Nov 69
Stanley, JerryBT3Jan 1, 1970 – Aug 28, 1973B DivisionServed in 2-Baker 4-Charlie Boilerrooms, also Water Evaporators. Would like to hear from anyone there during my tour. "Wouldn't give a nickel to do it again, but wouldn't take a million dollars for my experience."
Ferri, MikeEn3Jan 1, 1970 – Sep 3, 1973A DivsionStarted in Deck div., Focssil. took Fn test went to AO3 then to AO5. LT. Remmers, Great Leader. Had a great time,learned alot seen a lot. seen MidWay in Oakland went board during transfer, seen Her two times, in S.D. .
Epps, TerrillAT3Jan 1, 1970 – Aug 17, 1972AIMDPlank Owner - Jan 31st 1970 AIMD Ships Company O2 level birthing and work spaces - 2 WestPAC cruises '71 & '72 - Where is George Brown and Dennis the Air Wing Guys? Steve Cuneo from the Photo Lab? Good times...
Brewster, TimothyABH3Jan 1, 1970 – Apr 23, 1973V-3
Waterman, PaulHT3Jan 2, 1970 – Aug 28, 1972RWould like to reconnect with the guys that I Got to know really well. Made many memories. Dinizia, "Diz", Wilson, Fleshman, "Flash" So many more.
Wilkinson, Robert "Wilkie"EW3Jan 10, 1970 – Feb 10, 1973Electronics WarfarePlank-owner. Being on the Midway was a good experience. I had great buds, which made the cruises fun...and saw parts of the world I'd most likely would never see on my own. Thanks, "Gray Lady" - you're a memory forever.
Speace, ChuckLieutenantJan 10, 1970 – Sep 17, 1971Deck DepartmentBeing on the Midway was one of the most exciting and gratifying times of my life. I have not met the caliber of person I knew on the Midway since then. I would not trade that experience for anything in the world!
Maticiw, KirkMM2Jan 30, 1970 – Nov 1971AWas on recommissioning crew and first WesPac deployment in 1971. Returned to ship from July 1974 to May 1976 in Yokosuka
Piatt, EdIC3Feb 1970 – Feb 1973Interior Communications ElectricianI was on the Midway for 3 years, started my last cruise to Vietnam and discharged from Subic Bay. Some great memories of people and the entire experience. Would love to find other people for a reunion.
West, Fred profile iconBT3Feb 1970 – Jul 1973BMy name is Jackie West, I am Fred's wife of 20 years. I am trying to find anyone that served with my husband on the USS Midway. I look forward to hearing from you. I'm not sure if Division B is correct.
Palmer, Bobmm3Mar 1, 1970 – Sep 1, 1973aI was in the steam heat shop.Came on board right after recommisioning and stayed until she left to be stationed in japan
Maxwell, DerrickE3 FIREMAN MMMar 16, 1970 – Dec 8, 1971ENGINE ROOM 2 MACHINIST MATELOOKING FOR INFO ON A MAIN STEAM LINE EXPLOSION IN ENGINE ROOM 2 ON MIDWAY. YEAR; 1971 SOME PEOPLE GOT HURT BAD. NO RECORDS SEEM TO BE AVIALABLE, COULD BE 1970 OR 1971.ANY INFO WOULD BE HELPFUL.
Breaux, DwayneMM2Apr 1970 – Jan 28, 1971"M" #2 Engine RoomCame aboard just after recommissioning at Hunters Point. Went through all sea trails. Bunch of great men to sail with.
Vasquez, ChrisANApr 1970 – Nov 1972VA56Attached to the VA56 Champions. The Midway was a great experience for me. One I will never forget.
Moore, Dave "zeke"AQ3Apr 1970 – Apr 1973VA-115
Russo, FrankSN 3Apr 1970 – Nov 1971OI Div.My 18 months on the Midway was one GREAT experience !
Leedy, RonRM3May 1, 1970 – Sep 1, 1973CommunicationsI made the final WestPac/Tonkin Gulf cruise, did the PMS on the yardarm antennas, transferred off when the ship changed homeport to Yokosuka.
McElhenney, EdwardAO3Jun 3, 1970 – Jun 3, 1973GMLooking for Albert Chavez, Arthur Trujillio, Tom Tony, and Dave Redmond
Christian, JosephGMT2Jul 1970 – Jun 1972W DivisionTwo Wesr-Pac tours - '70 and '72
Jancha, GeorgeE 3/FNJul 10, 1970 – Jun 7, 1972B OIL AND WATER LABWE HAD SOME GOOD AND BAD TIMES. GOT TO SEE PLACES I WOULD NOT HAVE SEE IF NOT FOR BEING ON THE USS MIDWAY FOR THAT TWO YEARS. IT WAS A GOOD EXPIERENCE FOR ME.WANT TO SEE HER IN SAN DIEGO IN JULY OF 2004.
Brown, JamesAK 1Jul 14, 1970 – Sep 1974S-6 & AIMDShipmates, I sure would like to hear from you guys. My address: jbrown119@tampabay.rr.com...I have been out to visit the Midway Museum. It is AWESOME to visit & see what the staff have done, to bring her back to LIFE.
Rose, Jerald (Jerry) profile iconRM3Aug 1970 – 1973COMMUNICATIONSMANY WONDERFULL MOMORYS...Hong Kong, Sinapore, Japan-Yokasuka and Sasebo,and of course Subic Bay...worked teletype repair shop...played basketball with the ships team..good friends remembered.
Jr Fullen, BernardE3Aug 4, 1970 – May 6, 1971V1Looking for anyone in the V1 division (crash and salvage ) pls text me thank u
Little, JamesCWO4Aug 10, 1970 – Sep 13, 1972W DivisionGreatest W Division Crew ever to sail..
Brown, JamesAK 1/E-6Aug 11, 1970 – Sep 19, 1974S-6 & AIMD (IM-1)IT WAS A PLEASURE TO HAVE SERVED ABOARD THE MIDWAY MAGIC. I WORKED WITH & FOR SOME WONDERFUL SAILORS. ENJOYED THE MANY PORTS & HAD SOME GREAT OFFICERS TO WORK FOR.
Walker, James C / JcAO3Sep 1970 – Nov 10, 1971G
Sharp, DwaynABEC E7Sep 1970 – Jul 31, 1974V2 CATS GEAREMAIL SHARPRETUSN@YAHOO.COM
Strickland, RobertAMS 3Sep 1970 – Sep 1971VA-56
Edd, John(Andy)ASM-3/ASCSSep 15, 1970 – Jan 30, 1974IM-4/GSEMy time on the Midway is remembered with good memories and the start of a 29 year career I joined the reserves in 1976 and retired as ASCS in 1999
Weber, TomYN 3Sep 23, 1970 – Sep 13, 1972X DivisionWorked in 3M office.
Branson, RickPN2Oct 1970 – Feb 1974I worked in Education and Training for 2 years and 1 year in Personnel Office. Anyone know what happened to Rourke Barker worked in the post office.
Pruett, DavidTD1Oct 1970 – Oct 1973V2WC-Supervisor...AB10/11 (PLAT/LENS) Great crew in V2 Div. Hard working at sea, and party animals in port.
Logan, SteveE3Oct 1970 – Nov 1972Navigation
Hyams, Ross "Kip"ATNOct 1, 1970 – Sep 16, 1972PUBLIC AFFAIRS OFFICEWHAT EVER HAPPEN TO CHIEF DE YOUNG
Holloway, SteveOS3Dec 26, 1970 – Nov 22, 1973OI

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