USS Randolph (CV/CVA/CVS-15) Areas With Asbestos Exposure

The USS Randolph (CV/CVA/CVS-15) was an Essex-class aircraft carrier, built in Newport News, Virginia, with the hull number CV-15. It was commissioned by the U.S. Navy in 1944 and conducted operations in the Pacific Theater, receiving three battle stars before being decommissioned in 1969.

Some of the elements that composed the Navy ships were constructed with asbestos, for instance: the turbines, the valves, the pumps, the boilers and the most dangerous places onboard that presented a high risk of exposure were the engine room, boiler spaces, navigation rooms, weapons and ammunition storage rooms. Because of the poor ventilation in those spaces, Nany personnel who spent a lot of time there are likely to be sick nowadays.

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Shipmates on USS Randolph (CV/CVA/CVS-15)

Philip W. Ackermann Sr

Sterling Adkins

William Russell Bangert

George H. Borntrager

Hugh Curnan

Jammie David Carter

Darrell Dean Dempster

Harry Camden Depue Jr.

Joseph E. Errico Jr.

Charles Hugh Erwin

James Luther Hinson

Archy Louis Lupia

Robert Jarvis McDairmant

Stanley Olszewski

John T. Nolan Jr.

Thomas E. Philen

Dexter Cleveland Rumsey II

Calvin Perry Rogers

Bernard Savransky

Frank Gerald Snider

George David Thomas

Roy S. Voci