The table below contains the names of sailors who served aboard the USS Clamagore (SS 343). 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 15 crew members registered for the USS Clamagore (SS 343).
|Barber, Gary||QM2(SS)||Oct 10, 1956 – Aug 10, 1958||Communication/Navigation||My time aboard the Clamagore defined my maturity for the rest of my life. As a result of Capt. Heard's suggestion, Aviation became my life's vocation.|
|Quigley, Ed||3rd class petty officer||Jan 1957 – Jul 1957||cook||former burrfish sailor ssr312.good crew!! good memories at sloppy joes!!|
|Saxton, David||ETSA(SS)||1963 – 1964||North Atlantic Barrier Run|
|Rooney, John||yn3||Oct 1964 – Sep 1967||2nd Fleet||One trip to St Thomas-San Juan One trip to Londonderry Ireland One trip to Portsmouth England One trip to the Phil Naval Shipyard Artic Circle on 20th Birthday|
|Hamblin, Terry||ET2(SS)||Jun 7, 1967 – Oct 21, 1967||Electronics||I transferred to the Clamagore after putting the Piper SS409 out of commision. Made a Med run between June and October 1967 and then was transferred to the Francis Scott Key SSB(N) 657 as a Reactor Operator.|
|Moore, Jack||STS2(SS)||1968 – 1972||Sonar||I love that old boat and every man that I was lucky enough to serve with.|
|Johnston, Frederick||MM3 (SS)||1970 – 1972||Engineering||Retired now living in Beloit Wisconsin|
|Richard, Mouse||EN1 SS||1971 – 1974||Engineering||Best time of my life. I will never forget my time onboard the Clamagore.|
|Swisher, Richard||E3||Mar 1, 1971 – Jan 1973||NO DIVISION||I WAS ABOARD THE SUBMARINE USS CLAMAGORE FROM JUNE 1971 TILL JANUARY 1973 . NOVEMBER 1971 WE WERE PULLING OPS IN THE ATLANTIC WHEN WE WERE RAN OVER BY THE SHIP USS FISK. DOES ANYONE REMEMBER THIS ? NOBODY HURT !|
|Melton, Bruce (Motor-mouth)||EN 2(SS)||1972 – 1972||Engine Crew||I was on just long enough.Never went to sea on this boat. Forgot who's Volkswagon I drove from Groton CT. to Philidelphia Shipyards.Great crew. Close friends.|
|Shackelford, Jack (Shack)||TM3 SS?DV||Jan 1972 – 1975||Weapons|
|Eidson, Landers (Buddy)||RM1 (SS)||Apr 9, 1972 – Jun 1, 1975||Communications||The first radio shack I ever saw, I was in charge of. My first boat and my favorite. Made many caribbean runs. Made UNITAS XIV. Great trip. Became Shellback. Crossed equator in Pacific and Atlantic. on same run.|
|Myer, Robert||QMSN(SS)||Dec 21, 1972 – Jan 31, 1975||Navigation||Served from Dec 1972 thru end of Jan 1975. Did Portsmouth shipyards/battery overhaul followed by Unitas XIV run between July 1973 thru Dec 1973. Trip to Rosey Roads early 74' and Gitmo in July 74'. firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Seiser, Keith||STS3||May 1973 – Aug 1974||QUAL BOAT|
|Minnick, John Wesley||MM2 E5||Feb 1975 – Jun 1975||Engine Room||Made the trip to Gitmo and St. Thomas.|
There are currently no planned reunions.