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USS Haddock (SSN 621) Crew List

The table below contains the names of sailors who served aboard the USS Haddock (SSN 621). 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 176 crew members registered for the USS Haddock (SSN 621).

Select the period (starting by the reporting year): precomm – 1971 | 1972 – 1977 | 1978 – 1983 | 1984 – now

NameRank/RatePeriodDivisionRemarks/Photo
Garmany, WilliamETR21972 – 1974Forward ET
Jones, RonIC2Jan 1972 – May 1975Electrical
Criddle, James (Jim)ETR2(SS)Apr 22, 1972 – Aug 22, 1975Reactor OperatorGreat Boat! Bob DeSoto and I met her at the Port of Benton and she was laid to rest at the Hanford Site in Richland Washington.
Reed, DaveETR2May 1972 – Jan 1976SubPacJim Criddle and Bob Desoto were fellow reactor operators. My best friend was electrician Scott Schiller. We made a couple of memorable WestPacs together.
Young, BruceTM3Jun 1972 – Oct 12, 1975WeaponsCouple of great Westpacs & to many weekly ops
Haley, Carl profile iconETC(SS)Aug 15, 1972 – May 3, 1973ET
Kozak, AllanMM1(SS)Sep 1, 1972 – Jul 19, 1975MRemembered the best of times and friends. Reinsburrow; Van der Vort; "Kraut"; Mark Fink; all to forward guys. parties on the beach. Way to long in Guam.
Fields, MichaelEM1 (SS)Dec 1972 – Feb 1975E-DivisionSam Hughes, Ronald Robert Jones, Larry Klein, and Tom Collis were great shipmates. I am proud to have served with them.
Bierman, TerryETR21973 – Jan 4, 1976RCTom Collis, Dave Reed, Raymond Ray. Ron Jones Roller skating. Wally Taylor and the Diesel breaker. To much time in GUAM. Sharks Cove. Larry Klein and the refridgerator girl. Pakeiser attacking the Engineer.
Michael, Kleinvisitor1973 – 1973-I breakfasted on board. Just a short visit!
Fink, MarkMM2Jan 1973 – Dec 1975MAllan Kozak mentioned this site to me. After 40+ years It is fantastic to hear from someone. I won't list any names for fear of leaving someone out. You were all great. That can never be changed. Anyone remember Ello?
Wise, RoyMM1 SSJun 1973 – Sep 1976M Div
Greenfeld, Robert (Bob)EM2(SS)Jul 1973 – Jan 1976E DivOahu is not the same. Hughes Pence Schiller Fields Jones Klein Taylor Criddle Desoto Bierman Raymond Wise Stevens Severin VanDervoorst Collis Kozak Rainsburrow Ersmann Connors et. al.
Amos, Mike (Robbie)MM2(SS) + ET3 QUALIFIED1974 – 1976Engineering - Propulsion
Evans III, Isaac/ikeET21974 – 1975ET
Reeff, Davide21974 – 1976tm
Fox, Jack/foxieMM2SS1974 – 1978MChico (Dave Chiodo), Lucy (Dave Wright), and Dennis Kelly, (my best friends still today), Saul, Wally, Pakrat, Big Bob. Connors, The Reverend, Cartop Korman, Maddog, and too embarrassed not remember many others
Coggins, PatrickQM31974 – 1975N Div
Dale, Ronyn21974 – Dec 1976office
Morris, Martin (Marty) (mo)E-3 STSMar 1974 – Sep 1975SonarGood times - bad times. Friends were Dennis Carolin, Whitman, Wompy, Escott, Christianson, Maddy, Norby, Riel, Wise, Diekman, Williams, and a bunch I don't remember.
Riel, JamesSTSNApr 1974 – 1975SonarFirst boat. Qualified on board Haddock. Norby Nelson John McCusker, and Rocky Melezva (sp) were onboard at time. Hawaii and first boat were quite an eye opener for first time out of home state! Had alot of good times on first West-Pac!!
Bell, James (Jamie)MMN2 ELTJul 1974 – Oct 1975Engineering
Bowen, Randal "Bo"EM2 (SS)Aug 1974 – Aug 1978E
Paul, Williams profile iconSTSCS (SS)Nov 1974 – Nov 1978sonarGreat warship, great crew. Many good times/adventures and a few not so good but who remembers those. Dick Maddy, Norby Nelson, Bill Boden, covered my sorry butt to start. Many thanks.
Barragan, Michael (Sap)RM3 (SS)Nov 19, 1974 – Mar 1, 1977submarine force chief cat man stantly mcain bill boden capt garland made us the best boat in the pacific along with the rest of us who served , god bless you all who served on her
Wright, Dave (Lucy)SK2Dec 1974 – Sep 1978storekeeperBest times of my life but I would never do it again!!
Graham, JimNUC ET (RO)1975 – 1978I&CCame on board in PERL and found a political mess. Chiefs were refusing to go to sea due to unsafe conditions. The public was protesting at the front gate. I didn't know what to think. Went through the overhaul at Mare Island. Left just before west
Morris, John MooseET2 SS1975 – 1979ETHAD A GREAT TIME, MISS THE DAILY DANGER OF GOING DOWN AND COMING UP. THE DAILY STUFF IS PRETTY BORING. DID WEST PAC, MARE ISLAND OVER HAUL, SAN DIEGO, AL, TIM AND CRAIG IN THE GANG BEFORE LEAVING
Borchardt, PaulIC1 (SS)Feb 1, 1975 – Jun 1, 1979E DivWould be great to find old friends and buddies.
Melander, LarryMM1SSNov 1975 – Dec 1978EngineeringMM/ELT Got there just in time to watch a lot of ole' timers being reassigned or non-vol'd. 1976 was a lot of weekly Ops as we tried to get out of the doghouse. Did Mare Island and left when we got to San Diego.
Suenaga, PatMM2(SS)Dec 1975 – 1978M DivNUKE ELT/MACHINIST MATE MY QUAL BOAT, ONE OF THE BEST CO'S OF MY NAVAL CAREER CAPT DAN BACON, MAY HE RIP DID 1 1/2 YEARS IN MARE ISLAND SHIPYARD REFUELING OVERHAUL, SYSTEMS EXPERT FOR 6 SYSTEMS DURING THE OVERHAUL
Miller, AlexanderSeamanDec 15, 1975 – Dec 15, 1975DeckMy name is Alexander Miller (AL Miller) and I served aboard Haddock from December 1975 until August 1977. I am looking for a contact person to help me connect with the next ship's reunion or to hook up with Haddock crew
Stein, SteveSTS1(SS)1976 – 1981Sonar
Pogue, TerryMM21976 – 1978A gang
Clark, DonaldETC(SS)Jan 10, 1976 – Jul 20, 1978ElectronicsWas ET leading Chief Petty Officer, Chief of the Watch, Duty Chief and 3 M coordinator. Was in Pearl to San Diego home port transit. 1971 Portland Rose Festival. Overhaul 1977-78 at Mare Island NSY.
MacApagal, JoseMMC(SS)Jun 20, 1976 – Oct 18, 19773-M coordinator
Kompara, RickTM2/SSNov 14, 1976 – Apr 13, 1980Weapons
Monette, LowellMM2 (SS)1977 – 1978auxilliaryHad a great time at Mare Island ship yard
Nikolai, SteveEM2SS1977 – 1981E-DivGood people and good times
Walter, Stuart profile iconMM2/SS1977 – 1979AuxiliaryCame aboard in Pearl, went trough overhaul started WestPac left from Guam. Living in Las Vegas
Floyd, Robert (Bob)IC3(SS)Jan 1977 – Dec 1977ICEnjoyed the brief time I was on board. In December while at Mare Island, I was involved in a motorcycle accident and spent the next thirteen months at Oak Knoll naval hospital before being discharged. Good times.
Farnsworth, GeneMMCJan 1, 1977 – Jan 1, 1979AWent from skimmer (MM!) to SS on this boat. pretty wild times. Made MMC and went to the 639, after making MMCS and a COB tour put on LOD and went back to surface ships. Missed the subs from the get go but life
Frick, BobO-4Jan 3, 1977 – Jun 1, 1980EngineeringEng Haddock Jan 77 to June 79. Overhaul MI NSY. Dan Bacon was the greatest CO and Naval Officer I ever knew.
Chadwick, Mark The Ape Man profile icontm3Jan 12, 1977 – Sep 1, 1980weaponsgreat times on Haddock. still friends with some of the guys 35 years later.
McIntosh, Alan ChewyMS2 (SS)Apr 10, 1977 – Oct 15, 1980
McIntosh, Alan ChewyMS2 (SS)Apr 10, 1977 – Oct 10, 1980Mess ManagementI can"t beleive it's been nearly 30 years
Block, SteveET1(SS)May 1977 – Dec 1980Forward ET's
Dubois, CraigET1(SS)Jul 1977 – Jan 1982ET
Dubois, CraigET1(SS)Jul 1977 – Jan 1982ET
Shaw, ToddMM1SSJul 1, 1977 –Machinery
Wilderman, Steve "Wildman"ET2(SS)Jul 20, 1977 – Sep 1982ET
Goodyear, Patrick / GoodyET 1 (SS) ETC SELECTSep 1, 1977 – May 31, 1979RC

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