The table below contains the names of sailors who served aboard the USNS Pecos (T-AO 197). 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 27 crew members registered for the USNS Pecos (T-AO 197).
|Ray, Rick||SMCS||Aug 17, 1989 – Jan 2, 1990||OC||I was the first LPO for the division. Checked on in Avondale Shipyard as an SM1 and rode the ship through the Panama Canal to Oakland CA. Was relieved early for medical reasons.|
|Ford, Doug||SM1||Feb 15, 1990 – May 15, 1992||CS|
|Hiser, Sherrie||Jul 10, 1990 – Aug 20, 1991||communication|
|Centanni, Ronald (Ron)||Boatswain's Mate||Aug 10, 1990 – Nov 3, 1990||Deck Dept.||One of the first crewmembers(Plankowner) that came aboard when it was deliverd. Helped outfit in shipyard. Was a Rig Captain on one of it's fueling stations.|
|Ford, Doug||SM1||Jan 1, 1991 – May 1, 1992||Communications|
|Filiczkowski, Paul||ET3||May 26, 1991 – Jul 5, 1993||My first ship in the navy and the most fun I could have had. Made a lot of friends both civmar and military. I will never forget the fun. (aka ET3 Ski)|
|Ebner (Formerly Rm2 Stout On The Ship), Mary||RM2||Feb 1992 – Feb 1993||RADIO||I was only on the ship for 1 yr, but made some nice CIVMAR friends and it was a fun time and very memorable in my Navy career and I hold this ship dear to my heart and have kept a picture of the ship on my desk at work all these years.|
|Skubinna, Stephen||PURSER||Feb 1992 – Feb 1994||CIVMAR||My third ship with MSC, and the one I was promoted to Purser aboard. So far my favorite ship with MSC (I've sailed aboard 9).|
|Watts, Keith||RM3||Apr 1992 – Apr 1993||Radio||Best time, great friends. Many memories.|
|Leone, Anthony||RM3||Jun 1992 – Jan 1995||Radio||Great times with great friends...Would love to hear from everyone...Email me|
|Bonavero, Theresa||RM3||Sep 1992 – Nov 1993||Radio||That was the ship I crossed the equator on heading to Australia on JAN 01, 1993 New Years Day. I went from being a PollyWog to being a trusty Shellback (proud to say I was one of those "special cases") Great friends, ports, first time experienc|
|Urbanic, James||THIRD MATE||Sep 1992 – May 1993||Deck||My first ship as a Third Mate. Met a lot of great people. Learned a lot about life and going to sea there.|
|Chisholm, Shona||RM2||Sep 1, 1992 – Sep 1, 1993||MILITARY DEPARTMENT - RADIO CENTRAL||Hello everyone I hope you are all well. Enjoyed serving with you and Teresa Bonavero I do remember our shellback initiation....great memories! Hi Tony Leone, Steve Scubina!|
|Fitzpatrick, Dana||ET2||Oct 1992 – Jun 1993||Communication||I'll never forget the great times and friends. MSC was full of people with character and the MILDET was unforgettable. In 2003 I landed an MH-53E on board as Mr. Armstrong, the former 1st Mate was now the ship's Master|
|Newman, Paul||MIDSHIPMAN||Dec 1992 – Apr 1993||From Christmas Eve at the Sail & Anchor in Fremantle to the New Years Day Shellback Ceremony to the long nights at the X-Pat in Diego... I have wonderful memories of the crew mates I sailed with. Send along an e-mail to catch up!|
|Dixon, Jody||RM3||Jan 1994 – Apr 1995||COMM||Best tour of my career so far...Let me know how you are doing...JD|
|Hareland, Fredrick||ELECTRONIC TECHNICIAN-TANKER||Feb 1, 1994 – Sep 1, 1994||ENGINE||GREAT SHIP and GREAT PEOPLE BUT SHE KEPT ME BUSY DOWN IN THE ENGINE ROOM DUE TO THE COMPLEXITY OF HER AUTOMATED PROPULSION PLANT. SHE WAS RATED ACCU BY THE US COAST GUARD AND THAT IS WHY I HAD A JOB. I WISH HER AND HER CREW A GREAT 2009|
|Thomas, Edris||IT1||Oct 15, 1994 – Apr 21, 1995||Radio|
|Egert, Mindy||E5||Oct 15, 1994 – 1996||Communications..shhhh!||The best tour! Great travel, people and great food on and off the ship. Some fantastic Phillipino dishes to delight! One of my favorites was Pancit. Loved living on the Pecos! Very memorable. Peace m|
|Crowder, Shannon||RM2||Sep 1995 – Dec 1, 1996||Radio||At the time I was RMSN Plummer. The best times I had in the Navy were aboard the Pecos. I met life long friends, both military and civilians.|
|Scheuermann, Nikki||RM2||Nov 13, 1995 – Dec 16, 1997||Radio||Some of the best years of my life! The people were awesome, the duty was good, and I often dream of being onboard again.|
|Guard, Jack||SM1||Oct 18, 1996 – Sep 25, 1998||OC||Life on the Pecos was grrrrrrrrrrreat indeed---retired off the old girl and had some quite memorable times there.|
|Bohling, Edward||2ND ELECTRICIAN||Apr 23, 1997 – Jun 1997||ENGINE||It was 1997 when I served aboard Pecos, I had also served aboard The Guadalupe as well as the Walter S Diehl. I was aboard the Diehl for Desert Storm made a lot of money. Got married in P.I. after the war.|
|Hibbitt, Michael||SM2 (sw)||Sep 9, 2000 – Aug 16, 2001||Military||Had a blast forward deployed out of Singapore!|
|Wilson, Tyrell||SM3||Apr 2002 – Apr 2003||Military Department|
|Avila, Daloverboy||Mar 16, 2007 – Sep 10, 2009|
|Parreno, Nestor Jr||ABM||Jun 4, 2007 – May 30, 2008||This was my third ship and my first to aboard as a ABM.|
There are currently no planned reunions.