crewmate

crew·mate

 (kro͞o′māt′)
n.
A fellow member of a crew, especially of a crew of astronauts.

crewmate

(ˈkruːˌmeɪt)
n
(Nautical Terms) a colleague on the crew of a boat or ship
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Tasha tweeted: "Myself and my crewmate were threatened, verbally abused.
The unnamed paramedic was injured and his crewmate, Tasha Starkey, said she was threatened and verbally abused.
He had drifted 6700 miles from the coast of Mexico, where the boat he and crewmate Ezequiel Cordoba, 22, were sailing was crippled by a storm.
Llandaff RC world under-23 medallist Lee Green, 22, left Olympic silver medallists Chris Bartley, from Wrexham, and London 2012 crewmate Richard Chambers trailing in the men's lightweight singles race as he covered the course in 19minutes 32 seconds to finish just seven seconds down on Olympic medal pacesetter Peter Chambers.
His crewmate is see dashing to help him after the flight.
Apollo 11 crewmate to Armstrong, Buzz Aldrin who became the second man to walk on moon expressed his gratefulness to Armstrong for having guided him and called him an epitome of a space man, the best test pilot America has ever seen.
During a spacewalk, Marshburn and crewmate Chris Cassidy, who remains aboard the station, replaced a suspect ammonia coolant pump, apparently resolving the leak.
The former BC Ferries officer on trial for the sinking of the Queen of the North lied about what happened because he was distracted by his "personal business" with a female crewmate, the Crown prosecutor told a B.
Glover will go for double gold after helping the GB women's eight power home first, as will Holt crewmate Thornley, who also headed her double sculls qualifier with 2010 world champion Beth Rodford.
Jeffrey Allison, 73, sailed his 52ft yacht Eshmay into his home port of Hartlepool yesterday after completing the five-month trip around Iceland, Greenland, Alaska, Russia and Scandinavia with Australian crewmate Katherine Brownlie, 28.
He and crewmate Pom Green had to finish races half-filled with water after being hit and holed by their Australian rivals in the 470 class Mathew Belcher and Malcolm Page.
My crewmate and I would be on standby on Redcar seafront with the vehicle's sliding doors open.