The table below contains the names of sailors who served aboard the USS Daniel Webster (SSBN 626). 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 305 crew members registered for the USS Daniel Webster (SSBN 626).
|Bellmann, Harald||MT2||1988 – 1990||Missile Combined decom crew||I think I cut myself shaving with this one.|
|Golanski, Dell (Delvis)||1988 – 1992|
|Dietsch, Eric||MT2/SS||1988 – 1991||Missile||Served on Gold crew and decom crew.|
|Burnett, Chris||FTB2/SS||1988 – 1991||Weapons||I still look back on my times in the Navy as good times. Submariners to this day get "I couldn't do that" from others who had never been there. We all did it. Hats off to all who served.|
|Testa, Joe||EM2 (SS)||Mar 1988 – Mar 1992||Electrical||Member of Blue crew for several patrols, staying through decommissioning and conversion to MTS. Member of USSVI Columbus Base, looking for any old friends.|
|Purcell, Mike||STS2||Sep 1, 1988 – Feb 1, 1992||Sonar||Holy Loch, Sandbank, Dunoon, Glasgow and Edinburgh were a blast. Still haven't found fish and chips like we got there. Been back in Philly since 92. Drop me a line if we served together|
|Brzezinski, Ed||LT||Oct 1988 – Feb 1991||E&IC, DCA||Currently in AZ; semiconductor industry|
|Sipe, Paul||ET2/SS||Oct 1988 – Aug 1990||RC-Div|
|Bland, Michael||petty officer first class||Oct 24, 1988 – Nov 24, 1994||engineering|
|Anklam, Chris||LT||Nov 21, 1988 – Nov 7, 1991||TM/FT, RM, RL, A||Was a Junior Officer on WEBSTER. Still in the Navy, currently at STRATCOM. I was WEPS on NEBRASKA and XO on ANNAPOLIS|
|Golanski, Dell (Delvis)||MM2||Dec 1988 – Apr 1992||Aux||Enjoyed the Webster.|
|Grebeta, John||RM2(SS)||1989 – 1990||Radio||Interesting time on board Webster. Learned a lot about myself and the submarine service. Ended up serving 22 years in the Navy, retired as a LCDR in aviation.|
|Garner, Jeffrey||ET2||Jan 3, 1989 – Feb 4, 1992||Reactor Controls||Served as Reator Operator, Shutdown R.O, Refueling R.O., Electronics Technician. Stayed for decomissioning, refueling, and conversion to MTS-2. I ended my service prior to first students arriving. Sweet times in Scotland, prior to patrols.|
|Martin, Mike||MM1||Aug 1991 – Jun 1995||M||Well actually we did a conversion overhaul to the MTS-626.|
|Nunn, Mark||ET1(SS)||Feb 1992 – May 1996||RC||Reported when ship went into yards to become MTS 626 and sailed the last ride from ship yard to weapon station. Served as RO instructor on MTS 626. Great fun and good memories. Currently Unit Sup at FPL Turkey Point Plant in Miami|
There are currently no planned reunions.