The table below contains the names of sailors who served aboard the USNS 1st LT Jack Lummus (T-AK 3011). 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 19 crew members registered for the USNS 1st LT Jack Lummus (T-AK 3011).
|Betchik, Patrick||ET1||Aug 1, 1985 – Jun 1, 1987||OPS-Secure radio||Plankowner, stole SATCOM set for radio, great duty looking back but tough at the time. Lester tore the tag off the mattress thought so-also was with mpsron3 diego garcia before guam-saipan|
|Vanderploeg, Harold (Capt Van)||CAPTAIN (CIVILIAN MASTER OF MV LUMMUS)||Mar 6, 1986 – Sep 22, 2001||AMSEA, Civilian Operator for MSC||Joined MV Lummus in shipyard at 1986 delivery and retired from her in 2001. Flagship Captain most of those years (time off and Desert Storm on other ships). Considered Navy and Civilian crew as one shipboard family sharing the same home|
|Sibley, George||Second/Third Mate||Mar 31, 1986 – Sep 30, 1988||Civilian Crew||This was the first ship I sailed on my license. I "came up through the hawsepipe" and had Capt. "Van" Vanderploeg and Joe Wildgen as mentors. Left to join the U.S. Foreign Service. Greetings former shipmates!|
|Avela, Lester||RM3||Nov 11, 1986 – Dec 27, 1987||Operations||Plank Owner, tore the plastic of the mattress|
|Thompson, Gene||ET3||Jan 1987 – Jan 1988||COMM||First ship in the Navy. Did not know how good I had it until I left and when to LHA-1 USS Tarawa!!|
|Tropea, TJ||RM1||Jul 14, 1987 – Jul 14, 1988||MILDET - Secure Radio||Made 1st Class, bacame LPO. Being told by OPS to Sortie Squadron after consulting Capt Van if no other officers made it onboard in time to outrun the typhoon. NAVWESTOCEANCEN routing the entire squadron into the middle of a typhoon. Team Spirit 88.|
|Daken, Kristen||RM2||Jan 1989 – Jul 1989||OPS||Did the whole Button/Lummus ship swap. Don't remember a lot of names but do remember I had a great time! There was some open air bar in Saipan I think I owned a chair at! Guam and the seamans club before one of the storms took it away.|
|Buonocore, Anthony (Tony)||RM3||Jul 1989 – Dec 1990||Fun Duty "on" and "offshore". loved Saipan & Guam, unloaded in Saudi for D/S. Party'd and played hard in many different countries. cool Shipmates and Officers. moved on to Sicily then got OUT! Disgruntled Postal Worker now(But|
|Chapman, Dorothy (Avery)||E-6/IT1||Oct 1, 1990 – May 24, 1992||Radio Shack||I was stationed on the LUMMUS and had a good experience while I was there. I enjoyed going to Saipan, Okaniawa, Subic Bay, and Korea (Team Spirit 1991). would like to hear from some of my old shipmates civ/mil crew....IT1|
|Miller, Tracy||A/B Unlimited||Oct 29, 1990 – Feb 28, 1991||Deck Hand||First experience on a sealift ship, Cpt Horne was great to work for. I returned to the Army in May 1991 and will retire in Oct 2012 after 33 years of service. I'll never forget my short experiences on the Lummus.|
|Mccormick, Ryan||MIDSHIPMAN||Jan 7, 1992 – Mar 24, 1993||Deck||Caught her in Diego Garcia, went to Mogadishu for a few weeks. From there to Mombassa, back to the Mog. Off to Seychelle Islands, back to Diego Garcia. Was never so happy to leave a ship...|
|Prescott, Tim||MSG (R)...ARMY||Dec 5, 1992 – Dec 7, 1992||US Army Special Operations Command||Thanks for the ride from Mombassa to the Vinson Carrier Group(?) off the coast of Somalia. Great accomodations, beautiful sailing!|
|Reeves, Bob||ITC (SW)||Jan 1, 1993 – Mar 1, 1994||OC||What an experience!|
|Pangelinan, Roque (Rock)||SK2||Feb 1, 1993 – Feb 1, 1994||Supply||This was probably the starting point of my unbelieveable sea story Navy career. I did things that was too crazy to be true, but it was all in fun.|
|Gibson, Jawz||YNC||Jan 1, 1997 – Jan 31, 1998||Admin||One of the best commands I served on during my 25 years of military service.|
|Hantsbarger, Nathan||IT1||Dec 14, 1999 – Apr 2, 2001||Radio||The best sea tour in my Navy career. Wish I could do it all over again.|
|Joyner, Charles||E-4||Feb 28, 2004 – Mar 9, 2004||4TH Marine Div Delta Co 8th Tanks||Went from Guam to S Korea Ported In Pyeongtaek Was a great experience|
|Peters, Kevin||ENSIGN||Jun 15, 2004 – Jun 30, 2005||Navy Supply||This information is old. Now the Navy staff is only 9 people. This is my first tour and I have really enjoyed working with the CIVMARs. Capt Dave Hagner and Capt Rich Horne have been great. I'll miss this ship when I get back to the gray hull N|
|Bozzi, John Aka Boz||SENIOR THIRD MATE||Jun 1, 2005 – Feb 14, 2010||DECK||Captain Dave, Captain Rich, Pete and Dan; Jim P and Jim l, Scott B, Gerard W--thanks for putting up with my shenanigans. I've been a land lubber for two and a half years but have enjoyed the memories.|
There are currently no planned reunions.