US Navy Crew List

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Prophet, ThomasUSS Petrel (ASR 14)YN3Jun 10, 1960 – Jun 14, 1962Served on the Petrel. Great crew, learned a lot. At sea alot. Worked with first Polaris Subs.
Propps, VancceUSS Thomaston (LSD 28)YN3FristJan 15, 1976 – Sep 23, 1977
Puckett, CraigUSS Gonzalez (DDG 66)YN3XMSep 2000 – Sep 2003Great experience. Fun times with Russo, Casey and working with Belcher and Ortiz. My email is
Palagyi, AndrewUSS Hyman G. Rickover (SSN 709)YN3 (SS)YNMay 10, 1991 – Dec 30, 1994I miss my friends that I had. I also miss the good times. The Chicken Man dance off the fair water plains was my best memory!
Potts, Robert "Bob" profile iconUSS Chicago (CG 11)YN3 - YN2X-1 and WeaponsSep 17, 1975 – Jun 5, 1977Served in the Captain's Office as well as the Weapons Department Yeoman. Would enjoy hearing from any of the crew. E-Mail: YNCSUSN@AOL.COM
Peoples, CharlesUSS Callaghan (DDG 994)YN3 Charles B Peoples AdminOct 1, 1980 – Dec 1, 1980I got hurt and left the Navy (Honorably Discharged) before I got a chance to go to sea. I'm still glad that I was stationed on the USS Callaghan (DDG-994). All I can do is think of how much fun I would have had.
Payne, TonyUSS Sand Lance (SSN 660)YN3(SS)1980 – 1981Would love to here from anybody onboard during 1980-81, we did a Med run.
Pettit, Derek "fuzzy Wumpus"USS Philadelphia (SSN 690)YN3(SS)YN/Deck CrewDec 1994 – Jun 1998I still remember being C.O. for a couple of days during one of our great Northern Runs. Great crew (mostly - gotta love good ol' X.O. Breckenridge!)
Phelps, AaronUSS Philadelphia (SSN 690)YN3(SS)yeomanSep 10, 2002 – Jun 1, 2005This is the best ship (ONLY ONE) that i have ever been on and I truly enjoyed my time onboard the good ship PHILADELPHIA. I would give anything in the world to go back to the navy and definitley back to the PHILLY.
Pierce, EricUSS Barb (SSN 596)YN3(SS)YeomanJun 1, 1988 – Dec 15, 1989Although a short time aboard my first submarine - I experienced a fine group of men whom help me succeed aboard, which paved the way to a successful Naval career. SUBMARINERS are a TRUE Naval family!
Pike, TomUSS Puffer (SSN 652)YN3(SS)YeomanJan 1972 – May 1975
Poblete, Ranulfo (Poblo)USS Oklahoma City (SSN 723)YN3(SS)YeomanJun 23, 2003 –I am still doing the same ole' song and dance. Heheh
Price, KentUSS George C. Marshall (SSBN 654)YN3(SS)Admin/sonarMay 1968 – May 1970Made 4 patrols. Remember Charles "Fistful" Burrell??
Pierson, GregoryUSS Sperry (AS 12)YN3/Admin/Captain's OfficeApr 1976 – Aug 1978I began my career as an FN striker, worked in the PN/Weapons Office. Went to YN A school in Meridian, MS, returned to ship. Re-enlisted after having my eval changed from 2.0 to 3.0 by J.L. DaFoe in '78 changed rate to MM
Philson, VickeyUSS White Plains (AFS 4)YN3/2ExecutiveJun 1991 – Jun 1994
Powell, CraigUSS Boston (CAG 1)YN3/2Personnel/LegalJan 1957 – Jan 9, 1959
Pruitt, EbonyUSS Honolulu (SSN 718)YN3/SSExecutiveNov 1996 – Apr 14, 2000Hated it at the time, especially when I got in trouble. But looking back I had the time of my life and I met some really good people. Would I do it again knowing what I know now? NOT A CHANCE!!!
Pelham, GeorgeUSS Lewis and Clark (SSBN 644)YN3rdYoemanMay 16, 1968 – Aug 9, 1972Looking for shipmates who were with me in the homeport of Hawaii 1970 to 1972 Blue Crew.
Perea, FrankUSS Nathanael Greene (SSBN 636)YN4Sub group 10Jan 1966 – Sep 1969
Paulino, ManuelUSS Stark (FFG 31)YNCADMINFeb 15, 1991 – Feb 15, 1994
Perry, StephenUSS Albany (SSN 753)YNCEXECJan 12, 1997 – Nov 19, 1999Enjoyed the experience. Lots of good times.
Peters, BrianUSS Ingraham (FFG 61)YNCAdminJul 11, 2003 – Oct 4, 2006Great times had by all...except for having to work with that crazy PNC and that retard YN1 Have fun guys, keep up the good work. Drop me a line if you want to keep in touch
Phillips, JayUSS Plunger (SSN 595)YNCExecutive/AdministrativeAug 14, 1969 – 1972
Phillips, RobertUSS Washoe County (LST 1165)YNCDeckSep 1964 – Jan 1965
Pollard, James (Jim) profile iconUSS Hornet (CV 12)YNCFlag1957 – 1958Served as Writer for Rear Admiral Fitzhugh, COMCARDIVFIVE and as Chief in Charge of the Flag Personnel Office. Left to go to OCS, May 1958.
Potts, Robert "Bob" profile iconNaval Air Station PensacolaYNCAdmin DepartmentJul 30, 1986 – Jun 18, 1990Great tour in a medical command. Only Yeoman in a command that was comprised mainly of Corpsman. Would enjoy hearing from any of my fellow shipmates. E-Mail: YNCSUSN@AOL.COM
Purgett, ChuckUSS Shrike (MHC 62)YNCAdmin ChiefJan 8, 2001 – Jan 8, 2003Retired now living in Washington State
Potts, Robert "Bob" profile iconUSS Theodore Roosevelt (CVN 71)YNC - YNCSX-4 (Captain's Office)Jul 11, 1990 – Sep 30, 1992Worked with a great group of guys. My brother Brian (ABF2) served onboard with me during the later part of the Gulf War. Would enjoy hearing from any of the crew. E-Mail: YNCSUSN@AOL.CO
Pierce, EricUSS Pogy (SSN 647)YNC(SS)YNMay 15, 1995 – Dec 15, 1999By far THE best SUBMARINE CREW and command I have ever been a member of - and was so blessed to have been a part of! Morale was definitely OUTSTANDING! I truly miss those group of guys - you all were the best ever!
Palmatary, Bill (Palmster)USS Shrike (MHC 62)YNC(SW)Admin Officer, Command Career CounselorMay 20, 1998 – Jan 4, 2002Plankowner, Admin officer, Command Career Counselor, PRT Coordinator.
Perry, MikeUSNS Saturn (T-AFS 10)YNC(SW)X DivisionOct 1, 1998 – Nov 2, 2000Had a great time on that ship and really got to enjoy and appreciate the Navy and what it did for me (and met some great people along the way).
Phillips, Ernest (Ed)USS McClusky (FFG 41)YNC(SW)S3May 1, 1983 – Dec 1, 1986Plankowner.
Pontieri, PatrickUSS O'Bannon (DD 987)YNC(SW)NXAug 1989 – May 1992Had a great time. Miss a lot of the old crew. Still in Charleston working with N. Chasn. PD as a sergeant.
Pollard, DaleUSS Tarawa (LHA 1)YNC(SW/AW)XJul 1, 1974 –I was the second man to report to the nucleus precommissioning crew located in Pascagoula, MS. I have been and remain deeply proud of my service on board TARAWA and I'll never forget all the YN personnel,.
Phinney, MikeUSS Briscoe (DD 977)yncs(aw/sw)adminJan 1, 1978 – May 1, 1981looking for all plankowners. please email me if interested.
Patterson, KenUSS Columbus (SSN 762)YNCS(SS)YNJul 13, 2002 – Aug 31, 2003
Pelkey, TomUSS Seawolf (SSN 575)YNCS(SS)AdminJun 1958 – Dec 1958YN striker, onboard for first 60 day submerged patrol, trans when decomissioned to change reactor cooling system.
Perry, James (Jimmy)USS Hunley (AS 31)YNSAMar 1978 – Jul 1978Ship's Office Yeoman. Went to the yards in Boston Naval Yards in the Spring/Summer of 1978. Saw the original CSS HUNLEY brought in to port at the same pier at the old Navy Base Charleston, where the USS HUNLEY AS 31 used to berth.

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