The table below contains the names of sailors who served aboard the USS Markab (AR 23). 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 13 crew members registered for the USS Markab (AR 23).
|Hines, Bill||EN3/EN2||Dec 5, 1961 – Mar 30, 1963||A||Left to attend Nuke school, What a mistake|
|Ken Berry, Ken||sfp3||Feb 5, 1962 – Mar 23, 1962||US NAVY||Looking for ship crew list|
|Fickas, Wilbert||CPO e7||Jun 14, 1962 – Feb 26, 1969||r2 divison outside repair||Best command I ever served under|
|Rogers, James||e 5||Jan 1963 – Apr 1967||r 1|
|Beyer, Paul||PM3||Nov 22, 1963 – Aug 12, 1966||R-1 REPAIR PATTERN SHOP||GREAT SHIP- TWO TRIPS WESTPAC LEARNED ALOT AND WORKED/PLAYED ALOT. I PICKED UP MY TRADE AND WORKED AT IT FOR NEXT 40 YEARS|
|Mis, Ed||BM-3||Sep 15, 1965 – Apr 10, 1969||2nd Division|
|Haight, Gerry "Charlie"||OM3||Jan 1966 – Jun 1967||R-5||Worked in the Optical shop for Chief Wilkey|
|Pope, Jim||EN2||Jan 4, 1967 – May 15, 1968||A gang||A fun ship, west pac was so good we were in the poor house.|
|Debish, Mike||RD2||Feb 1967 – Feb 1969||Operations||Lots of memorable experiences and happy to get in touch with any former crew members. Would have never thought of calling Sasebo Japan my second home AGAIN!|
|Cross, Edward||1969 – Dec 1969||on board markab in 1969 for short time till it was decommsioned then was on the sanctuary|
|Holloway, Frank||MM3||Jul 1969 – Nov 1969||R||Would like to hear from the decomm crew(ORDER OF THE MOTHBALL)|
|Heil, Bruce||E3/SN||Aug 4, 1969 – Dec 19, 1969||7th Fleet||First Active Duty Ship. Help decommission her at Mare Island.Does anyone remember this. Looking for more shipmates.|
|Terry, Dillon||PN3||Sep 1969 – Dec 1969||X Div||Came here to reenlist/Discharge and or transfer every enlisted man onboard as we were going out of commission.|
There are currently no planned reunions.