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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 1978 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 | 1971 – 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
Fifer, Forrest ( Hi-fi )ABE31971 – 1973V-2 Catsworked on the port cat crew. had the best time of my life and made the best friends I'll ever have.would like to hear from old shipmates.
Neal, FredETN21971 – 1974OE
Darling, DavidOS31971 – 1973OIMiss the guys from OI. Email me and tell me what you're doing these days. I teach high school electronics in Sandpoint, Idaho, looking to retire pretty soon. Haze grey and underway!
Cashman, Randy3RD CLASS PETTY OFFICER1971 – 1972Flight Deck V-2
Willman, DeanEM 3RD CLASS PETTY OFFICER1971 – May 1974EWorked in Aviation & Ord. Shop. Looking for the E Div. sailors I served with. Would love to hear from some of you guys off the Midway.
Robinson, KendallE-41971 – 1973Catapalts and Arresting gearI worked arresting gear and later on the starboard catapalt.
Brown, ThomasSN1971 – 19733rd division
Mann, DennisYN31971 – 1973X DivisionPublic Affairs Office, did weather on evening news, radio show before fired for mocking "mystery meat". Want to hear from Marty Nunemacher (Wolfman Jack). Did ships newspaper, hometown articles & much more. 18 hour days...but we had fun.
Kenyon, DougQM31971 – 1973NavigationVisit the Museum if you can. It's terrific! Contact the Reunion Group, great bunch of guys. We could use some more from 1971 to 1973 period before she left Alameda for Yokuska.
Rossiter, MikeLeading seaman E31971 – 1972Deck deptLooking for Joe Minshall, John Livingston, Rick Hardy,Jerry Rowe, and the list goes on
Nicolulis, Paule31971 – 1972firemans mate
Rouse, DavidABE21971 – 1974V-2
Caverly, BillE-41971 – 1971Air WingWorked as a Plane Captain. First cruise as a true believer in Christ. Sang with the The Sound Foundation. Fond memories of Clay, Frenchie and other Christian brothers First cruise free from booze and women.
Derek, DesonieE-41971 – 1975V-4
Fortner, NeilRD3Jan 1, 1971 – Mar 1, 1972OI
Steven, Barnese3Jan 1, 1971 – Jan 1, 1972bGreat experience and wouldn't trade it for the world.
Silvia, BillABE2Jan 3, 1971 – Feb 1973V2looking for my friends
Fifer, Forrest (Hi Fi)E4Jan 7, 1971 – Nov 11, 1973V-2Trying to connect with some of my old shipmates
Graham, MichealAO2Jan 23, 1971 – Apr 6, 1975G Division and MAA
Taylor, JamesE3Feb 1971 – Nov 1972V4Looking for L Savage or anyone else was in V4 Division and were on the Uss Midway from 1971-1972 contact James Taylor 1-615-481-3012
Kilanski, PaulAQFeb 1, 1971 – Apr 3, 1980VF 151/AIMD IM31971 Cruise workeed AQ shack 1972-73 cruise worked AIMD IM3 Shop 10 and as AIMD Ordnance Supervisor
Powell, DavidAE2Mar 1971 – Feb 1972VA-115 ArabsFlight Deck Troubleshooter 1971-1972
Kiehna, DennisOS2Mar 1971 – Mar 1974OIHi everyone, I'm Dennis, was Sup. in D&T. It's good to see some of the old crew in here. I'm in Southern Illinois, enjoying life.
Yort, CraigE-4/AD3Mar 1971 – Apr 1973V-4Looking to connect with shipmates in V-4 or anyone who served aboard from 71-73. Anyone remember the A-6 crash in late '72? Anyone on the flight deck who remembers that crash, I'd like to talk to you.
Scott, PhilETN2Mar 1, 1971 – Nov 1, 1975OE02What a ride!
Alberado, Scrody OdieMm2Mar 6, 1971 – Oct 11, 1975Engineering
Williamson, Kenneth (Willi)PN3Mar 19, 1971 – Jan 6, 1973X Division
Jones, Michael MHTApr 1971 – Feb 1973RThe Dirty 41 was it... Spent some long days and nights on Yankee Station... Was on the old girl when first homported in Japan... Looking for Albert Carr Jr nickname JC. He stood evaporator watches.
Piceynski, Herman "skibo"ADJ 2Apr 1971 – Aug 1972VF 161Herman Sullivan "Skibo" Piceynski passed away on May 7 2002 from service as civilian in Gulf War. Always for his Country.
Massman, CharlesE2Apr 1971 – Dec 22, 1972V-12 guys called me mort mangleman. I was also called Charlie or chuck or my last name, Massman. Lookin' for Dave Schlosser, Froggy, Pat Ruffner Charlie Porreca (Crazybro). Quiggle or anyone from V-1 div. between april 1971 to Dec 1972
Gambino, PaulLieuetnant , Air CrewApr 1971 – May 1972RIO
Hunter, DarrylAE2Apr 1, 1971 – Aug 1, 1971VA56I had a great time aboard the Midway. I really enjoyed the camaraderie and friendships made aboard ship. I remember the band we had in the Electric Shop of VA56.
Percival, Ron (Scurvy Dog)AO-3Apr 1, 1971 – Nov 1, 1971VA-115 Ordnance ShopGreat memories lifelong friends.
Hayes, Michael(Purple) profile iconATN-2Apr 1, 1971 – Aug 4, 1972VA-115 AIMD3Shop 690, anyone with VA-115 or AIMD3.
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Parker, KerryFTG 2Apr 7, 1971 – Aug 10, 1975Fox
Michalski, Terrence "Sheriff"AAMay 1971 – 1973V-1Next stop is Viet Nam! What a character shaping bunch of guys. Working on the flight deck, especially crash of 72 would open my eyes and shape my life. Thank you all who were with me. God bless those we lost.
Martin, Philip profile iconHT3May 1971 – Sep 1973Hull techI would not mind hearing from anyone who served with me who was in the engineering department then. As for me I came aboard as a fn3 and left a HT3. I also served as a river rat for 3months The USS CVA Coral Sea
Gardner, RichardOS2May 1971 – Nov 1973OperationsHi fellow shipmates. Serving on the Midway was one of the most exciting times of my life. Now I am retired and spending my time in my home town of Sidney, NY
Webb, StacySK2May 1, 1971 – Sep 4, 1973Supply Dept. Started as E-1, put in BN rating. Served as a Sidecleaner for 3 mos. College graduate--served as OPTAR person (Accounting) while in Supply--only made E-4 onboard Midway. 1973, swapped--to USS Robison (DDG-12)
Rotella, GlenAO3May 26, 1971 – Dec 16, 1972VA-115
Simundic, Michael SimundicE2Jun 1971 – Nov 1971engineeringit was the best time of my life
Pierce, Marvinsk2Jun 10, 1971 – Oct 15, 1973s-3Great memories of a Great ship!!!!
Ludwick, StevenLieutenantJun 14, 1971 – May 1, 1972ExecutiveShip's legal officer
Felsch, William FranklinCOMMANDER?Jul 1, 1971 – Dec 31, 1974i'm the grandson of william f Felsch. he passed away in '97 and i was just putting the information.
Kure, JackEM3Aug 1971 – Jul 1973E-Div, A&O Shop, Flight Deck ElectricianNice to see few names I remember.Went aboard in SD soon after they opened. Quite a few changes made and a lot wasn't open but still brought back a lot of memories.
Tingle, Charles PO3 ICmanAug 3, 1971 – Aug 3, 1973ETelephone Central step office, sound powered...
Johnson, William (John/john)ABE-3Aug 10, 1971 – Sep 7, 1973V-2 (Port) Catapult #2 Crewmember- Holdback & JBD's
Rutkowsky, RonBM2Aug 28, 1971 – Jul 21, 1975Deck 1st & 2ndWorked in 2nd Div as a Deck Ape, Transferred to Constellation after 1972 WESTPAC, Came back to Midway when she arrived in Yokosuka. Worked in 1st until I left in 1975.
Tingle, Charles "Grit"IC/PO3Aug 29, 1971 – Aug 31, 1973E ICman
Esposito, FredE-4Sep 1971 – Jun 1973 V-1 Deck and crash & SaluageWork as Crash & Saluage on flight deck,also in deck when the A6 Collided into bow and 5 man was killed,Also was one of the airman that had to stay becaued the ship was going to home port in Japan
Megrenne, JoeASM-3Sep 3, 1971 – Oct 1972AIMD GSEMiss the all night poker games in the shop, the unreps through our shop to the reefers below when we grabbed stuff off the conveyor when no one was watching and the welder we aquired mysteriously one night. Oh yeah,the flight of the A-6
Locke, Furney E.PN1Sep 17, 1971 – Aug 16, 1973X (Education Office)Address: 6319 Belair Drive, Milton, Florida 32570
Blue, Paul T. Jr.AKCSOct 5, 1971 – Mar 31, 1975S-6 DIV. AVIATION SUPPLY Looking for shipmate AKC ROY ARMENTROUT and anyone who served in Supply Dept. from 1971 to 1975. I served as LCPO of S-6 Div. Contact Paul.blue@navy.mil with Work Ph. (619)545-4712.
Merlo, PatAE-3Oct 25, 1971 – Sep 5, 1972Ships companyHello Don and Gus..
Funderburk, TravisE4Nov 1971 – Jan 1975V4
Bucklew, Jim (Buck)OS1Dec 1971 – Aug 1975OIMy years aboard the Midway were the most formative years of my life. Will be visiting her when I attend my step-son's graduation from Marine Boot Camp in February 2010. Would enjoy hearing from anyone.
Dunham, Arthur (Bobby)YN3Dec 1, 1971 – Jul 2, 1973OperationsFirst job on the Midway was working for the Chaplains, remember Father Cusick very well
Lovejoy II, Richard ( Rick)MM 3Dec 3, 1971 – Aug 24, 1974M-Divany and all from my time there
Graham, MichealAO2Dec 26, 1971 – Apr 6, 1975G DivisionFlight deck crew - bomb farm. Also served a short time with the MAA when we arrived in Japan.

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