The table below contains the names of sailors who served aboard the USS Glenard P. Lipscomb (SSN 685). 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 103 crew members registered for the USS Glenard P. Lipscomb (SSN 685).
|Melasecca, Tony Sqid||MM3/SS||1985 – 1988||A Gang||Hated being in the Navy back then but had some really good times and alot of memories.|
|McGee, Frank||MM1(SS)||Apr 1985 – Aug 1988||M||First of five boats. I learned a lot and remember most. Med run, 85-86. Stayed in, now at 28-1/2 as MMCM. On twilight tour, will retire and move to Wyoming. I have so many memories of the boat and the guys.|
|Householder, George||STS1/STSC||Apr 1985 – Sep 1988||Sonar||Sonar was wild and wooly back then. Hubbell, Wawryzinski, Jones, Shaffer. I remember going to sea as the only qualified Sonar Supervisor, and the Capt was holding a Qual Board. Wasnt sure I was going to get relieved!|
|Sherman, William||EM1(SS)||May 1985 – Mar 1990||E-Div|
|McCarthy, Jack||EM1/SS||Jun 1985 – Jan 1987||E division||Electricians nightmare|
|Ortiz, Pedro||YN3 (SS)||Jul 4, 1985 – May 2, 1989||Admin||Presently working in Florida and living in Orlando Florida.|
|Pennington, Matt||ET3||Sep 1, 1985 – Jan 28, 1989||Navigation|
|Sharp, Byron||IC3||Nov 1985 – Apr 1988||ONE OF THE BEST TIMES IN MY LIFE! SECOND ONLY TO MY MARRIGE AND THE BIRTHS OF MY SONS.|
|Heilig, Robert "ralph" "ground Strap"||IC3||Nov 28, 1985 – May 13, 1988||IC||Made some good friends and had a great time- except for the incident with the baseball bat in Rosevelt Roads PR- I'm still having problems out of the swing. Wish now I would have stayed in and retired.|
|Wagner, Thomas||STS 2/SS||Aug 1986 – Nov 1989||SONAR|
|Perkins, Benjamin||MM3/SS||1987 – 1990||A|
|Griffin, Chip||EM||Jan 1987 – Jul 11, 1990||E||Was there for decomissioning. Med run: Naples, La Mad, Toulon, etc.|
|Hahn, Todd||TM3/SS||Jun 8, 1987 – Jul 10, 1990||TORPEDO DIVISION|
|Dykes, Jim||ET3(SS)||Jan 1, 1988 – Jan 31, 1990||RC|
|Shelton, Patrick||TM3||Feb 10, 1988 – Jul 10, 1990||Weapons Division|
|Gagne, Robert||ETC||Apr 21, 1988 – Apr 5, 1990||ET||Re-qualed 11/24/1988, made ETC on 9/1/1989, Shellback, Order of the Ditch, Order of the Spanish Main|
|Thurman, Eric||RM2(SS)||Jul 1988 – Jul 11, 1990||Radio|
|Mason, Oris||ET2-ESM TECH||Aug 1988 – Apr 1990||Radio||My first deployment. Enjoyed every minute of serving on the Glenny.|
|Watters, Mark||E4/ST||Nov 1988 – 1990||Sonar||Arrived in Italy and caught the boat for the Med run, went through the Panama Canal, did the Shellback initiation and was there for the decommissioning. Living in Atlanta, GA.|
|Chase Jr, Lloyd||IC1||1989 – 1989||ICLPO||Don't remember much about my time on board. (was a rough time in my life) I do remember the time we tried to get under way in a state 3 seas and warpped our mid ship hatch. and that they called us "the VACAPE DEFENDERS"|
|Jordan, Darren||QM3||Apr 1989 – Mar 1990||Quarter Master|
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