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USS Glenard P. Lipscomb (SSN 685) Crew List

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).

Select the period (starting by the reporting year): precomm – 1978 | 1979 – 1984 | 1985 – now

Sherman, RogerMM3/SS1979 – 1982a-ganger
Jennings, RalphSTS2/SSFeb 1979 – Nov 1983SonarBest Boat and Crew in the fleet. Balls to the wall.
Cassidy, BrianET3(SS)Apr 12, 1979 – Sep 9, 1980NAV/ETWhat a wild ride on the 685! NATE, MED, and of course, FORT LAUDERDALE! Woohoo!
Hoeschen, KevinETCM(SS) RETIREDOct 15, 1979 – Jul 5, 1982Reactor Controls
Shorb, MarkRM2(SS)Nov 24, 1979 – Oct 1, 1981RadioBest tour I had in the Navy
Perkins, RickSTS1(SS)1980 – 1984Good times on the Cadillac of the Submarine Force. Kids still dread the 'glenny-p-good-deal' - Sure wish we'd built more like her
Phillips, BrianQM21980 – 1983
Harpole, Jimsn1980 – 1981SUPPLYNIAK
Clark, MarkMM1/SS1980 – 1982AAfter 4 years on the on 1st turboelectric boat (SSN-597) I felt like I went to Heaven when I reported onboard. During the yard period I was "sentenced" to counting spare parts while driving the skimmer SK's crazy...
Talley, FrankMMCS(SS)1980 – 1989A GANGServed with the BEST people in the world, loved my job, do it again in a second! Enough said!
Preiser, JonathanETC(SS)1980 – Mar 15, 1984Reactor Controls
Lang, Michael G. (Mike)MM1(SS)Feb 1980 – Jan 1981M.My last boat before getting out. I remember when we took Mrs. Lipscomb and her daughter out for a little run around. Good boat; good crew. Previously served and qualfied on Flying Fish (SSN-673).
Cutrone, JohnETSNFeb 2, 1980 – Aug 7, 1981NAV/ET
Fortner, RickMM2(SS)Apr 10, 1980 – Dec 10, 1983AI miss the days aboard the Ole' Glenny P. Ended up retiring an ISCS(SS) in 2006 after a tour in Iraq.
Dies, VictorMM2/SSJul 1980 – Jul 1984AGreat boat with a great crew. The beginning of a great career.
Blackert, GeorgeMM2Oct 14, 1980 – Jun 1981Nucleonics /engineeringI had a lot of fun in my short time on Lipsomb. I especially remember when the Ship Turbine Generator on ERUL would arch and cause a reactor scram .I got off the boat while she was in Dry dock in Norfolk Va.
Petig, DavidETC(SS)Dec 1980 – Dec 1986Reactor ControlsAmazing spent 6 years on Glennie P! Some great memories on the boat. Served on two more boats in my career but 685 will always be my favorite. Made the navy a career and still remember what some great times.
Knieriem, BrookeMMCS(SS)1981 – 1985M
McNichols, Steven / MacTM2(SS)Mar 1981 – Sep 1984WeaponsAlot of good times. Even the almost sinking while going past TD and surviving on sea trials!
Brownson, TimothyMM2 (SS)Sep 1981 – May 1984EngineeringA unique boat with a unique crew, the best.
Aksel, RonaldET11982 – 1985Nav ETThis was my second tour on the ship.
Howe, Thomastm2Jan 5, 1982 – Jun 20, 1986tm
Nash, KirkYN2(SS)Feb 1, 1982 – Jul 5, 1985AdminLeft Navy as Nuclear Instructor Detailer (NMPC-403)
Young, RobertMM2Mar 1982 – Jun 1983A
McCarthy, Gerald (Jerry)E6/QM1Mar 1982 – Nov 1985QuartermasterServed onboard the following boats; Glenard P. Lipscomb, Baton Rouge, Jacksonville, and Norfolk.
Semanchik, JamesMS2/SSApr 7, 1982 – Sep 16, 1985MS This was the Place I learned how to deal with men. I'll never forget Fast Cruising @ the Pier October '84.
Hubbell, RobertSTS1(SS/DV)Sep 1982 – Sep 1986
Thame, MarkSK2Sep 1, 1982 – Jan 31, 1983Supply DepartmentHey guys, i'm still alive and well and would like to hear from anyone I served with on the Lipscomb. I really had a great experience on board
Hawkins, GuyEM 1/SSSep 15, 1982 – Jan 1985EMy first boat! E-Div were all coalminers. Made anything else a walk in the park! Had some good mentors! Bobby Winks!
Rigdon, RobertEM1(SS)1983 – 1985E
Pena, Jose R.EM2(SS)Feb 1983 – Jun 3, 1987E DivisionYep!! Electricians nightmare !!
Shaw, EdMM1/SS/DVMar 1983 – Jul 1984A Gang
Cramer, KurtMM3Apr 1983 – Jan 1985M-DivI was young, dumb and you know what.
Jones, RobertLTJun 1, 1983 – Feb 22, 1986Electrical, WeaponsWe spent a lot of time together on the ole Glennie P. Definitely learned a lot about myself and others. Whatever happen to IC1 Brank, my first LPO?
Bailey, William BeetleSTS3/SSJun 15, 1983 – Aug 15, 1987sonarlife has and will never be better for having served on the Glenny P. the portsmouth yards and Smitty T singing topside and when the main hatch broke off in state 4 seas .PR ,palma ,toulon, italy. sonar gang will never forget god bless
Ross, CraigQm2Nov 1983 – Feb 1987Quartermaster
Powe, MauriceTM31984 – 1987TorpedoGreat times on the Glenny P
Sywalski, Joe "ski"MS 3Jan 1984 – Apr 1987supply
Rosenbaum, AllenMM3/SSJan 11, 1984 – Dec 19, 1987A-GANG
Haney, MartinSTSApr 1984 – Sep 1988Sonar
Martin, Dwaynee3Jun 11, 1984 – Jun 11, 1988weaponslived around the country, lived in new orleans, then to Miami, then to Palm Beach, then to Los Angeles, then Canyon Country, then to Arkansas, then Oklahoma, then to New Orleans, now Houston, major disasters caused moves
Doherty, Jeff/docSTS2Nov 1984 – Apr 11, 1989SonarWhat an experience!

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