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USNS Concord (T-AFS 5) Crew List

The table below contains the names of sailors who served aboard the USNS Concord (T-AFS 5). 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 227 crew members registered for the USNS Concord (T-AFS 5).

Select the period (starting by the reporting year): precomm – 1971 | 1972 – 1978 | 1979 – 1982 | 1983 – 1988 | 1989 – now

NameRank/RatePeriodDivisionRemarks/Photo
Thatcher, JohnMIDN 3/C1983 –Had a tremendous summer training cruise in the Med, from Israel to Rota. Replenished the Eisenhower Battle Group and all the gators off Beruit. Always remember the Chaplain saying "Men of the Concord, first then, first now, good night". Great
Fazekas, MauriceE31983 – 1983HMTI was on the fire crew, wore the silver suit.
Linscott, WesRM1Mar 1983 – Dec 1983OCLPO in Radio during 83 Med Cruise
Brown, Michael (Rob)SK2Mar 10, 1983 – Mar 15, 1986Supply S-1Hard work,great tour,great liberty. Ran Gargo Hold 4.Retired Feb 2005 as an SKCM.
Jones, IanANApr 1983 – Sep 1983DET.5I WAS A PLANE CAPT. WITH HC6 DET.5 AS THE STORY GOES,IT WAS THE BEST OF TIMES,IT WAS THE WORST OF TIMES,BUT I WOULD GLADLY DO IT AGAIN.HATS OFF TO ALL MY FELLOW CREW MEMBERS FOR YOUR FRIENDSHIP AND MOST OF ALL YOUR ABILITY TO GET THE JOB DONE RIGHT.
Glenn, EddieEM2Jun 7, 1983 – Dec 3, 1987E DivisionLooking back the Concord was a great place to grow and learn. I became friends for life with many crew members. I learned a great deal that inspired me to find my career as an Electrical Engineer. Happy Sailing.
Lamb, GeorgeBMSNNov 15, 1983 – Nov 15, 1986Deck 1
Smith, JackIC-21984 – 1985eit has been a long time. still miss the med.
Boardman, ScottMM31984 – 1988MAmazing experience would love to see what some of my shipmates are up to.
Frazier, BernardICFN1984 – 1986Boiler/ICCan't believe it's been 20 plus years. Wonder what some of my old shipmates are up to.
Craft, BryanBM3Feb 1984 – Sep 1987D-2The best in the Fleet. Nothing like swinging cargo for 36 hours with your best friends running for coffee. Hats off to all, including BM3 Doug White and Bill Mclean. After a 20 year hitch, I would do it all over again.
Harmon, JamesQM3Jun 1, 1984 – Nov 20, 1987Navigation
Lewis, LouE4/PN3Jul 12, 1984 – Sep 19, 1987ADMINSuch a remarkable experience! The travel, the crew, even the food wasn't too bad! As a Personnelman, I suppose I received,transferred and or reenlisted those of you that were onboard from 84-87! Fairwinds and following seas! God Bless.
Brannon, BryanSK3Aug 1984 – Dec 1987S-2 & S-1Rio, Nassau, and Aruba were some great ports. 3 Med cruises that were difficult for the supply folks.
Lewis, LouE4/PN3Aug 11, 1984 – Jul 23, 1987So many, many memories! I shall never forget my Concord shipmates. Life was good and because I was a personnelman in the ship's office, I'm sure that I handled everyone of your records that served onboard from 84-87. Fair winds!
Weber, TomBT2Feb 1985 – May 1990PWhat a place for my first tour of duty! Loved the ship, loved the people I worked with!
Reilly, MikeBM2May 15, 1985 – Jun 15, 1990D1, D2, STREAMFirst ship in the Navy. Great ship and great people. Spent 5 years aboard. Left a BM2. Happy for the memories of the Med cruises. RIP
Gipson, JamesE-5 / BM2Nov 13, 1985 – Aug 13, 1989D-2I am looking to catch up with shipmates that I have not seen or heard from in what seems like a lifetime so we can remember the good old days in the Med. and other places we went on Concord. Hit me up guys!!!
Haber, GaryMS3Dec 3, 1985 – Dec 3, 1989S-2/S-3Served aboard her after boot. Made many friends,had many experiences! Miss all my shipmates and the friends I served with! Very sad that she was decommisioned and due for sinking. A very proud and beautiful lady!
McGowan, JimSM31986 – 1987OPS
Butler, ToddBT2/1Mar 14, 1986 – May 4, 1989BBest ship and crew of my entire career
Corrigan, TimLtJul 1986 – Sep 1987Nav
Hamilton, TomSK1Jul 15, 1986 – Nov 1988S-1Had a great time aboard and being on the beaches of Palma
Stanton, MichaelSK3Oct 1986 – Aug 1988SupplyI saw more of the world in that time, then the 20 years since Ive been out. Med cruise, Puerto Rico, Gitmo--Quebec...good travels, good friends, and alot of hard work.
Spencer, TommyGMG2Oct 15, 1986 – Oct 11, 1990WEAPONSI really had a great time aboard AFS-5. This was my first sea going command and by far the best.. Thanks Concord for all the great memories
Osorio, Juan C.E-4 MM3Nov 11, 1986 – Feb 14, 1990ENG. A-GANGTHIS WAS LIKE MY HOME FOR 4 YEARS,I REALLY MISSED IT AND MY FRIENDS TOO (CREW)I DID 2 MED CRUISES, WW HAD LOTS OF FUN AND SOMETIMES LOTS OF WORK ,WOULD LIKE TO VISIT WITH MY FAMILY ONE DAY TO SHOW MY KIDS ,WHERE THEIR DAD SERVED IN THE USN
Wagner, Steven K.SK31987 – 1990S-2, Cargo
Peterson, TheodoreET1987 – 1991
Morgan, ChuckELECTRICIAN1987 – 1992EBest four deployments I ever made! Thanks for the memories.
Damerell, RussellRM3Apr 1987 – Apr 30, 1990OpsTo this day, I still miss the Concord. Part of my reasoning for leaving the Navy, was that I'd Never find a better ship or crew. Reliable as a stopwatch, and Handled heavy seas better than any ship I ever set foot on.
Boisselle, DavidLT (LDO)May 1987 – Feb 1990AdminGreat, hard-working crew...the "Blue Collar Navy." I made chief aboard Concord, thanks to my mentor, PNCS Pete Notgrass. Still proud to be a Minuteman!
Kairis, MikeBTFNMay 1987 – Feb 1989Bgood ship, good crew
Allen, RogerDP2Oct 1987 – Oct 1991SupplyBest time and great times (especially the Med-Cruise - I still dislike Naples). Great crew and many memorial liberty calls.
Upshaw, TyroneSMNov 28, 1987 – May 13, 1991ocserverd aboard the signalbride with signalman went on several cruises, lifetime of memories!
Savage, JohnDP21988 – 1991Supply
Snyder, BenEM3Jan 12, 1988 – May 10, 1992E and A
Davis, ChristopherPN3Feb 16, 1988 – Sep 1991X-DivisionMy only ship assignment, but by far was my best duty station. Made a lot of good friends on that ship.
Brisley, MattDC-3Feb 29, 1988 – Aug 13, 1990RGreat memories, made lots of great friendships.
Blackwell, TimothyET-2Apr 1988 – Jun 1992OPS-OE
Hawkins, DavidET3Sep 1988 – Jun 1989OERBeen there, Done that
Taylor, JaphethIC2/E5Sep 20, 1988 – Feb 15, 1992EThis was a great time in my life,the best team I was ever associatd with was the Minute men of the USS CONCORD.
Jewell, DonaldMS2Dec 1988 – Jul 17, 1992S-3Spent last year aboard as private chef for Captain Dysart. Best officer I've ever served. I had to bust (FN) Cline while he was food service attendant. Funny I planned on a career and got out and now it's Chief Cline. Bravo Zulu Chief
Vanosten, RichardSK3Dec 18, 1988 – Mar 21, 1991S-2The most amazing experience of my life. Served onboard from age 18 to 21, so an incredible set of memories that are forever vivid and fresh.
Fisher, MichaelOS3Dec 30, 1988 – May 1, 1992

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