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USS Petrel (ASR 14) Crew List

The table below contains the names of sailors who served aboard the USS Petrel (ASR 14). 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 238 crew members registered for the USS Petrel (ASR 14).

Select the period (starting by the reporting year): precomm – 1963 | 1964 – 1969 | 1970 – 1975 | 1976 – 1980 | 1981 – 1985 | 1986 – now

Dunegan, JoeRM3/E-41981 – 1985OperationsI loved the trips to Florida and the Bahamas, and Jamaica. I've never been on a ship since. Won't go on a ship; not after the time we came back from Coco Beach and rode out that terrible storm. Thanks Sub Squadron 4.
Bactol, RomeoEN1/ENC1981 – 1982M
Hines, JeffEM31981 – 1984Deck/EngThis was my first and only ship. Like many of my shipmates, I too grew up on that ship. I served with a lot of good guys and I still tell the hurricane story.
Denny, PhillipBM2Feb 5, 1981 – Apr 15, 1984DECKThis is Petty Officer Denny,Jeff Harrington you might remember me, we rode motorcycles.You rode a Kawasaki 750 LTD. Quite a few of us rode bikes on the PETREL. We had the best times on the PETREL. Contact me at,
Koeniger, MikeEM2Apr 1981 – Aug 1984EngI grew up on the Petrel and will never forget it. It was a good ship with a great crew.
Davis, Bryan (Boo-boo)bm3Aug 1981 – Mar 19851st div
Dunegan, JoeRM3Nov 1, 1981 – Jul 23, 1985OpsANyone know where abouts of Ricky Burnett? I had a memorable time on the Petrel. I loved the exotic Caribbean ports, New Orleans. I actually got frocked going up the Mississippi River.
Smith, TimE-5/EN21982 – 1986B-1Hey guys, remember our 2nd homeport of Nassau Bahamas! The Petrel rocked and rolled like a cork. I never did get my sea legs. I enjoyed the fish calls though. Being an RPPO set me up with a career after I retired though. Still in Charleston area.
Gray, DouglasQM31982 – 1985NavigationMet some of the best shipmates and friends one could hope to ever have. I have been friends with one since 1982, we still hang together and speak often.
Campbell, TomIC2May 1982 – Sep 1985EE03Great command and memories. Stanich hanging from the yardarm, the storm on the trip home from Cocoa, Gitmo, 4 point moors and ports in Georgia, Florida, Caribbean, New Orleans. We had a fantastic crew & time of my life
Herrington, JeffEN2Jul 1982 – Aug 1984A-gangI still have fond memories of the ahip and all the liberty ports, New Orleans, all the places in Florida, and the Bahamas and Jamacia. Does any one know the whereabouts of Jeff Hines? Was an EM.
David Whittington, DocHM1 DVAug 1982 – Oct 1985Diving Locker/Sick Bay
Hazelbaker, KenPN1Aug 1982 – Dec 1984OpsOutstanding shipmates all across the deck!
Clark, CameronEN2Sep 1982 – Sep 1985EngineeringI have never forgotten my experience aboard the Petrel.
Shockley, DanielRMSep 28, 1982 – Jun 12, 1985OCMy first assignment out of RM "A" and my best ship of my 22 year career.
Gibbs, Thomas Aka G-manOct 1982 – Dec 1984Good Ship
Barnes, GerardE-2Nov 1, 1982 – Jan 31, 1986RadiomanMy memories were always of me and friends being on restrictions. Drinking too much and acting crazy. That hurricane will never leave my memory. I met some amazing friends and wish that I could contact at least one of you. (Radioman).
Rankin, JamesE31983 – 1984deckTrying to remember the guy who broke his leg in the forward hatch. Lots of good memories. But will never forget that day the forward hatch fell or going out during the hurricane with the chief boat to fix aft mast...
Severs, WilliamSKCSMar 1983 – Jun 1986SupplyBest I served on and with the best crew.
Hackett, GeorgeCWO-4Jul 1, 1983 – Sep 30, 1985Engineer Officer
Hackett, GeorgeCWO-4Aug 1, 1983 – Sep 30, 1985EngineeringEngineering Officer with 30 plus "top shelf" engineers in the department
Barnes, Anthonye-5Oct 12, 1983 – Jun 13, 1988Supply
Head, TerryBM-31984 – 1988DECK
Barnes, GerardE-41984 – 1986RadiomanSpent most of my time off ship at home with my wife and truly enjoyed the many trips that we encountered and remember the hurricane?
Johnson, JohnEMCM1984 – 1989Electrical Absolutely great 5 years, much travel, many adventures, excellent shipmates. King, Bryant, Kiser, Craddock, Davis, Van Dayne, Holter and many, many more. Hope all are well!
Diandrea, PhilipGMGSNJan 1, 1984 – Jun 26, 1987DeckShip was small and slow but kept on chugging through five hurricanes. I miss the sky at night out at sea and Brightman. There were a handful of good friends and some good men on that ship.
Barnes, GerardE3/RMJan 1, 1984 – Jan 1, 1986RadiomanNothing
Barnes, Anthonye-5Jan 1, 1984 – Jun 1, 1988supplyHey Fellas! What an Amazing site! I was wondering would I ever be able to reconnect with such an exciting part of my life. Yes, I rememberr the bonefish, hurricane and the med cruise!
Stimpson, RonMR2Apr 1984 – Apr 1985a gangthe ship was great but the XO and the a gang chief sucked
Sloane, JohnSM2Jun 14, 1984 – Aug 15, 1985OPSI was a Signalman but was tasked with Quartermaster duties. The ship was homeported in Charleston, SC and mostly did Sonar Calibration and Torpedo Recovery OPS. We located a Marine Corps Harrier which was lost in the Cherry Point Op Area.
Guertin, MitchE-5Sep 1984 – 1989EngineeringTo the crew who served between the years 84-89 I hope you are all doing well. I miss the times we had both good and bad. The memories of a life time were forged on that ship. We worked hard and played harder. God bless
Rich, WillEM3Sep 20, 1984 – Dec 28, 1985E
Hafen, DavidSNOct 15, 1984 – Mar 3, 1987Ops/Electronics
Fischer, EricEM2Nov 1984 – Dec 1986
Daniel, DavidET1Nov 1984 – Mar 1987OE01Great crew, GREAT TIME!
Daniel, DavidET1Nov 11, 1984 – May 1, 1987OPS
Burns, CaryQM1 (SW)Dec 2, 1984 – Dec 1989OPSThis was my 1st ship. Spent 5 years onboard. Remember the great crew we had lots of good parties. Hugo, Boston, Harrier recovery, Bonefish rescue op; Just a few of the many ops we did.
Davis, JohnnyEMCS1985 – 1990EThe best 5 years of a 20 year carrear. I will remember the Petrel until my last days.
Crawford, John [crawdad]BM1985 – 1989Deck
Hamburg, Ray profile iconseaman1985 – 1988deckThe best memories of my life was spent aboard this ship. I still dream about the Petrel till this day. I miss all you guys!
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Mattox, RichardSN1985 – 1987DECKHardest partying I've ever done. Great bunch of guys in Deck department- Head, Cannup, Thompson, LA , MC VanDine and the rest were, for the most part, great guys.
Shanholtzer, DavidHM11985 – 1989Diving LockerGreat opportunity to serve with a bunch of dedicated hardworking guys. We worked and played hard, from overhaul in Boston to towing NR1 to Libya, lot of memories.
Kiser, TerryMMCS SW/DVJan 6, 1985 – Feb 7, 1989Great time, great friends and loads of memories. Any one remember our overhaul in Boston or the little storm called Hugo. What about the Bonefish fire. Vandine, Johnson, Bryant, Lamont, Hacket, Doc Crash. Hope your all doing well.
Bryant, CharlieE9May 1985 – Oct 1991dc/sw
Peerson, JackMR1Sep 18, 1985 – Oct 11, 1990A-GangComing From a newer DD to the Petrel,,, well lets just say it was culture shock. One good thing, It helped me make my mind up to get the hell out !! Miss u guys but i dont miss Hugo Laterz
Smith, WilliamEN1Oct 1985 – Nov 1985EngineeringI enjoyed my tour and all the personnel I worked with.

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