The table below contains the names of sailors who served aboard the USS Tinosa (SSN 606). 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 199 crew members registered for the USS Tinosa (SSN 606).
|Brown, Tom||MM(SS)||1987 – Apr 30, 1990||M div|
|Johnson, Timothy||RM2(SS)||Apr 1987 – Dec 1990||COMM||During my 21 year Naval career, I was on 3 other Fast Boats. The Tilting "T" was my first and best.|
|Vinskey, Bart||LT||Sep 1, 1987 – Mar 1, 1990||Supply|
|Long, Jim||LCDR||1988 – 1991||XO||Came aboard at La Maddalena, Italy. Was claustrophobic for the first couple of weeks after coming directly from a tour on a Trident boat. Great memories - under the ice, around Cape Horn, UNITAS XXX, Panama Canal, lots of neat ops!|
|Morris Sr., Terence (Moochie)||MSSN||1988 – Jun 1990||Supply||I enjoyed my time on the old T. Unitas cruise was great. Loved the wine.|
|Figueroa, Miguel / Fig||SKSN||1988 – 1990||SUPPLY||CAME ON BOARD IN GROTON, CT. SEASICK FIRST WEEK AT SEA. UNITAS XXX. GREAT TIME IN RIO. GOING AROUND CAPE HORN. CROSSING PANAMA CANAL. LOVE IT WHEN EVERYONE TAUGHT I WENT AWOL IN ST. CROIX BUT FELL AT SLEEP IN STOREROOM|
|Fritz, Raymond||ET2||Jan 1988 – Nov 1992||Reactor Controls||Tinosa taught me one lesson which has served me well through the years. Never be afraid to make a command decision. Most chiefs and managers want someone around who can take charge of a situation without constantly asking for advice.|
|Cummings, Jeff||IC3(SS)||Apr 11, 1988 – May 13, 1991|
|Bechtel, Donald||ET||1989 – 1992||ET|
|Quick, Ed||STS3/SS||Jan 1989 – Jul 1991||Sonar|
|Puzon, Byron||MS3||Jan 3, 1989 – Aug 16, 1991||Supply||This was my first boat and I have a lot of good memories. The Fried Chicken that turned into Texas Tear Gas Chicken I still tell stories about this.|
|German, James||EM3(SS)||Feb 15, 1989 – Jun 13, 1989||E||My time onboard was short but sweet, major accomplishment was a battery changeout.|
|Humm, Brian||LT||May 1989 – Jan 1992||E/RM||I learned a great deal on Tinosa. Today, when I tell Tinosa stories on the boat, guys just look at me like I am from a different Navy. Proud to be 594 tough.|
|Perryman, Rod||TM3(SS)||May 15, 1989 – Oct 1, 1991||Torpedo||Unitas XXX, Norway, Halifax and all the Caribbean runs. Some of the best ports out there. 5 boats later and I am now retired after 21 years. Great memories.|
|Shigley, Robert||RM3||Jun 1989 – Dec 1989||Radio||Was volunteered to ride as the only 23CQ on the East coast. Rode with you guys for the 89 Unitas run. The best underway I ever participated in. Gotta love Rio!!|
|Woodley, Fred||ICC||Jun 10, 1989 – Jan 18, 1991||IC||Still remembering UNITAS XXX and RIO and the good times with shipmates.|
|Hohlt, Russell||E5/MM2||Jun 12, 1989 – Oct 1, 1992||ELT||working out in the engine room and hanging out at the ledge in machinery 2 lower level. Good memories!|
|Wells, Larry||STS3/SS N||Jul 1989 – Dec 1991||Sonar|
|Bacon, Michael||ETC||Sep 1989 – Jan 1991||RC|
|Foster, Brian||RM2(SS)||Dec 15, 1989 – Aug 15, 1991||Radio||I remember the tear gas chicken on my first underway. This was my first boat. Not quite sure about the dates, but I was on until DECOM at Bremerton. I learned alot and the experience of being 594 tuf made the rest of my career easier.|
|Mitchell, Arthur||MS2||Jan 1, 1990 – Jan 30, 1991|
|Davis, Jon||MS3||Oct 10, 1990 – Jun 10, 1992||cook|
There are currently no planned reunions.