The table below contains the names of sailors who served aboard the USS Ponchatoula (AO 148). 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 148 crew members registered for the USS Ponchatoula (AO 148).
|Burch, Edward "the Clicker"||E7 CPO||1982 – 1994||Quarter-master Chief||I'm entering my Dad's name on here for I know he would've enjoyed being apart of this website. My dear Dad passed away from a massive heart attack on May 28, 1996 in his San Francisco home. Eternally resting at Golden Gate National Cemet|
|Fenex, Patrick||RM2||May 1983 – May 1984||communications||rm1 stephens..you were quite the gunho fellow..also rm1 rodriquez..how are you??..im still drinking coffee,..but i quit smoking|
|Centanni, Ronald (Ron)||Boatswain's Mate||Oct 18, 1983 – May 12, 1984||Deck Dept.||Did 3 tours on the Ponchatoula. Had a good experience working on a Classic/Vintage Steam powered vessel. She road like an old Cadillic. Smooth. Did alot of un-repping. Spent alot of time in the Pillipines and Japan.|
|Goodman, Michael||3RD ASST. ENGINEER||Dec 1984 – Jun 1985||Engineering||Sailed out of Subic - shared a watch with Dickie Collins 3 A/E, Mass Maritime. Served also with KP82 classmate, Jerry Heinlen, also "Mac" - 1 A/E, Cleveland Freeman, QMED; Lars ???, QMED; Bradsbury, Fireman. Fine ship, fine crew.|
|Schlittler, Robert||OS1||Jul 1, 1985 – Jan 23, 1988||I learned from so many, and remember the impact that all of my captains left with me.|
|Taylor, Jeff||IT1/E-6||1987 – 1989||OC01||Had a great tour onboard the Ponch...hope to hear from the friends I made. I too remember the day RMSN Bunton took the mail buoy watch. We really got him that day. I miss my second home back in Subic Bay.|
|Bennett, Paul||RM3||Mar 1987 – Mar 1988||This was my first duty station after A and C school. I'll never forget RMSN Bunton manning the Mail Buoy watch once when we were leaving Subic Bay.|
|Jones, Melody||et/e4||Sep 7, 1987 – Sep 7, 1988||electronics||Just went on tour in norfolk va of naval base n brought back memories.|
|Dumberg, Michael||SM2||1988 – 1989||mildet|
|O'Neal, Vina||SM3||1988 – 1989||MilDet|
|Reyes, Roger||RM3||Feb 1988 – Feb 1989||Military|
|Brewer, Bill||CARGO MATE||Feb 1, 1988 – Nov 15, 1988||One of my favorite USNS ships. Still looking for RMC Susan Peters (Corey). Call me in Tehachapi Susan!|
|Aronson, R||ET-2||1989 – 1991||communications||served with many great guys and gals aboard this vessel|
|Brantley, Ray||ET2||Jan 1989 – Dec 1991||MilDet|
|Travis, Gerald||SM1(SW)||Jan 26, 1989 – Apr 30, 1992||My last tour before retiring on a USNS with approximately 18 military onboard. I enjoyed it. Sometime after I retired it was deactivated.|
|Gordon (Carter), Lori||E-4||Mar 1989 – Mar 1990||I was on the USNS Ponchatoula when it was drydocked in Yokosuka,Japan for a few months . Would like to get intouch with members who were a part of the crew then Mar 1989- Mar 1990.|
|Wood, Joe||ABW||Dec 1989 – Mar 1992||DECK||My first and favorite ship with MSC.|
|Moehrke, David||CHIEF ENGINEER||Apr 21, 1990 – Oct 1, 1992||Engineering||The best ship that I served on.|
|Woznicki, Mechelle||RM2||1991 – 1992||OPS|
|Freeman, Veronica||SM3||Jul 12, 1991 – 1992||ops|
|Carson, Laura||SM3||Aug 1991 – Feb 1992||Ops|
There are currently no planned reunions.