The table below contains the names of sailors who served aboard the USS Bairoko (CVE 115). 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 17 crew members registered for the USS Bairoko (CVE 115).
|Johnstone, Allen Miles||Jan 1942 – Jun 1945||CVE-Bairoko in the Pacific|
|Conlon, Robert (Bob)||LT. (jg)||1944 – 1947||Avengers||I am the grandson of Bob Conlon. He was a Avenger aviator and an original plank holder of the USS Bairoko. He also served in WWII, earning the DFC. I know little about his Navy time and would like to learn more.|
|Dickey, Bernard E.||AM/3c||Jul 1945 – Aug 26, 1945||A-3|
|Reese, David Raymond||CPO SK||Jul 10, 1945 – Sep 15, 1945||USNR|
|Souza, John||mm/2c||Jul 16, 1945 –||do not know||Hi my name is John J. Souza my father was a 2nd class mm aboard the Bairoko,althought he passed away 17 April 1978 I would like to hear from any of the sailors who sailed with him on this great ship. Thank You God Bless|
|Rubalcava, Jose||Fireman Second Class||1946 – 1947||Task Force||Hello, my name is Gina and I am here for my father Jose Rubalcava. He was on the USS Bairoko from 1946-47. He will be turning 85 this month and it would be great to connect with anyone who was also on tour with him.|
|Uncapher, Richard (Dick)||SC1c||Feb 21, 1946 –||Do not know||My Dad was in the Navy 06/23/1941-06/23/1947. All I know is he was on the Bairoko (CVE-115) & Princeton( CV-37).He was the ships butcher. He past away in 2004.If you knew him, I would appreciate hearing from you.Linda|
|Jobst, Lloyd||Seaman||Mar 1946 – 1948||Cook Steward||This entry is for my Dad who passed away in 1986. As a kid he'd tell me stories about being a cook on an aircraft carrier. After his death I found his papers indicating he was stationed on the Bairoko out of San Diego CA|
|Hall, Clifton||seaman||1950 – 1954||seaman||I am trying to help my husband locate old Navy buddies. He was aboard the Bairoko from 1950 -1954. He was with the UDT. Looking for "Arky". He was from Mena, Arkansas. His mother was a school teacher.|
|Leblanc, Armand||Damage Controlman 2||Jul 1950 – 1951||R Division|
|Morgan, Marvin||ME3||Oct 1950 – Oct 1952||R||Looking for R.L.McKinsey from the Bairoko.|
|Summers, John Buford||RD2||Nov 20, 1951 – Jan 10, 1955||CIC-OI||Looking for old Radarmen from the Bairoko. Please contact me, (601-849-5858) Reunion coming up in Branson, Mo. in May 2009.|
|Andrews, James (Speed)||seaman||Dec 27, 1951 – Feb 15, 1955||third||Looking for Max Paulfermann was a huge Yankees fan and 1st class bm1 Miller who was a w2 vet and a nice guy.|
|Hall, Fred||PVT 3||1952 –||Atomic Energy Commission For Bakini Atoll Hydrogen Bomb Test||My Dad Lived on the fan Tail on top of a Cargo Box, detached/assigned with the A.E.C., he didn't do anything on the Ship. Guys said they Loved to of had his Job. LOL. Dad also mentioned a Sub Commander A.B. Huff?|
|Myers, Don||AN-2||Feb 1, 1952 – Jan 1, 1953||V-1||i was on USS bairoko in the flight deck division V-1 launching marine corsar planes in korean waters.|
|Sprague, William/bill||fireman||Sep 15, 1952 – May 16, 1954||B|
|Griffith, Charles||QMC||Aug 1953 – Jan 1955||navy||I am Charles Griffiths son, I just found my late fathers paperwork. My father passed away in 1982, he served WWII, Korea, and Vietnam. He was the assist. navigator|
There are currently no planned reunions.