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NameCommandRank/RateDivisionPeriodRemarks
Powell, JimProfessionals (VT 23)AO3squadronNov 1981 – Jun 1982WORKED IN THE ORD SHOP WAS THERE FOR LIMDU WAS SKATE DUTY I WAS ONLY PERSON ON MY SHIFT AND MOST DAYS I CAME IN AT 2PM AND WAS GONE BY 5 PM ALTHOUGH THERE WERE DAYS I WAS THERE WELL INTO THE NEXT MORNING
Pride (Now Smith), RobinTraining Squadron 25 (VT 25)AZ3MaintenanceSep 1974 – Oct 1977Worked Maint. Ctrl and Logs/Records. Made some wonderful memories. Just learned of the death of one of them. Am greatly saddened at the loss of a wonderful man.
Phillips, Gene profile iconRangers (VT 28)AE2squadronFeb 1973 – Jun 1976Worked in AE Shop and Line Troubleshooter
Perkins, PerkTraining Squadron 29 (VT 29)YNMay 1968 – Apr 1970Squadron VT 29 1968 1970
Perez, CWise Owls (VT 31)YN2 PEREZADMIN1990 – 1993
Perez, GerardTactical Air Control Squadron 12 (VTC 12)OS2Training1993 –
Price, RichardPioneers (VX 1)AE1squadronJun 1, 1984 – Jun 1, 1987Onboard from USS Midway. AE shop, Fitness coordinator then Maint. Control, with Yates in Career Counc. Office. Beards went away! Hey Jeff O'Dell! Helped a bunch get orders in DC. On to VP-23/Sere Instructor Retired '94
Powe, John profile iconVanguards (VX 4)AK2Material ControlJun 1971 – Mar 1972Material Control OPTAR PO - Changed Rate to AME
Perry, Elmer (Bud)Vampires (VX 9)AO2squadronJan 1997 – Jan 2000
Parris, ThomasYOG 56 (YOG 56)BMCCraft MasterJan 9, 1969 – Jan 9, 1970One very stressful year. Great Crew. Without such a great crew, we would never have completed our missions and kept everyone safe.
Pierce, DonPontiac (YTB 756)EN1Chief Engineer YTB-756Mar 1, 1984 – Mar 1, 1987Tuff Shore Duty but very rewarding
Phelan, ChrisNatick (YTB 760)ENFNApr 10, 1991 – Jun 10, 1992
Pizzuto, Jerome-berry, SherryOttumwa (YTB 761)FNEngine roomFeb 1, 1978 –
Pendergraft, HelenMuskegon (YTB 763)Feb 1995 – Feb 1997
Peckham, TriciaWauwatosa (YTB 775)en3enOct 1990 – Aug 1992I was station in Subic Bay after basic an A School. I have to say it was an eye opener experience for a new sailor an being a female in the Navy. I feel it was good an bad experience but something iam proud of.
Patrick, RichardApopka (YTB 778)BMCSMar 17, 0986 – Mar 1, 1991Served as the Tug Master in Kings Bay Ga. and then took her down to Gitmo in 1989.
Pilardi, GaryApopka (YTB 778)BM31970 – 1970
Plocher, MikeManhattan (YTB 779)FIREMAN 3EJan 10, 1967 – Feb 15, 1968I recall a cook named Schwartz, a PO named Tiny who was on my case from day 1, Dick Clift the electrician, a big dude who looked like Robert Mitchum (Larry?) and a guy from VA or NC named Stoss. I made my peace with tiny before he left.
Pinkerman, Neal "Pinky"Saugus (YTB 780)EN3EnineeringAug 1976 – Dec 1978Greatest place I served in the US NAVY! Tried to extend and stay. Homesick when I left to go back to USA. Great Duty! Great People! Great Food! Great Disco's & Lassies!!!! Saddened By its closure
Podurgiel, PodSaugus (YTB 780)EN 3Feb 2, 1985 – Aug 11, 1987Best 2 1/2 years of my life in Holy Loch,Scotland on the Saugus
Pizzuto, Jerome-berry, SherryNiantic (YTB 781)FAEngine roomFeb 1, 1977 – 1978
Posey, WilliamWinnemucca (YTB 785)BM1CRAFTMASTERMay 1967 – May 1968RECIEVED THE BOAT FROM A CONTRACT CREW IN VUNG-TAU.ALSO SERVED ON IT AGAIN AS CRAFTMASTER 1970-1971. BOTH CREWS WERE GOOD SAILORS,
Posey, WilliamWinnemucca (YTB 785)Jun 1967 –
Pawlowicz, Stan "ski"Saco (YTB 796)Jun 1970 – Jun 1971 What a great job!
Pepin, BobHouma (YTB 811)BMCTugsNov 10, 1995 – Nov 21, 1999Rewarding tour of duty.
Petrie, JohnTontogany (YTB 821)EM1engJan 24, 1974 – Jun 1, 1977hi all looking for friends
Pupello, LynetteCanonchet (YTB 823)E3engin roomJun 1987 – Feb 1989A great crew to work with while rocking the 80's.
Patrick, Big PatSkenandoa (YTB 835)EN1Jun 1, 1988 – Dec 31, 1993From Brooklyn New York I ran Engineering and Deck in my time my homies was Chris Hendersen, Lorenzo Hawkins, Carol Worthington, Millie Nash, Taria Scruggs, Mavis Redd, Ernest Price.

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