The table below contains the names of sailors who served aboard the USS Baton Rouge (SSN 689). 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 166 crew members registered for the USS Baton Rouge (SSN 689).
|LaMance, Randy||FT2/SS||1990 – 1995||FT|
|Burdick, Joe||ET2/SS||1990 – 1992||ET||LY Spear after my time on the BR. Left in 1994 and worked for NC Dept of Corrections while going to nursing school. Have been a nurse for 21 years. Have been shooting competitively around the country in diff disciplines.|
|Martin, Pat (Dean)||STS2/SS||Jan 1, 1990 – Feb 23, 1994||Sonar/Weps|
|Butler, Kenneth||ET(SS)||Feb 1990 – Feb 1993||What's Up Everybody. The BR was my first ship & 4th so far. How everyone I served with is doing well|
|George, Thomas||ET2/SS||Feb 3, 1990 – Feb 3, 1993||They called me the GMAN|
|Butler, Kenneth Or "ken"||THEN ET2(SS) NOW LT O-3E||Feb 5, 1990 – Apr 1, 1993||NAVOPS/ET||Ken Butler ET3-2(SS) onboard during the ETC(SS) Sac Marshall regime. Currently a LT doing my twlight tour at SWOS Newport, RI.|
|Woods, Alan "Bam Bam"||MM2 (SS)||Apr 1, 1990 – Nov 17, 1991||M||I am trying to find the guys from M-DIV. Where are you?|
|Deboard, Rick||MMC||Jul 1990 – Jan 1995||Machinery||Due to a function at my kid's school - I was the actual last crew member of the Baton Rouge (last to check out after decom)|
|Stearns, Dick||LTjg||Jul 1990 – Jul 1992||Supply||Great time onboard with fond memories, and some not so fond... Things really do go bump in the night! Retired from USN in 2006. Working for DLA in Richmond, VA.|
|Walz, Walter "Jack"||ET2||Sep 1990 – Oct 1991||Reactor Controls||I was only on the BR for a short period before I ran myself out of the Navy, but I will never forget the great people I got to serve with.|
|McAllister, Darren||RM3(SS)||Oct 1990 – Mar 1992||Radio||Got off the boat after the Feb 11th ordeal. Don't remember what happened down in Kings Bay, but was a civilian not long after that.|
|Morris, Juan||MM3(SS)||1991 – 1992||Aux|
|Ives, Robert "Weps"||LCDR||Jan 1991 – Dec 1993||Weapons Officer||What an exciting tour and great crew to work with!|
|Thompson, Phil Or 'B.u.d.'||STS2/SS||Jan 1, 1991 – Jan 13, 1995||Sonar|
|Peck, David (Doc)||HM1(SS/AC) / HMC(SS/AC)||Mar 15, 1991 – Jun 3, 1994||Medical||Served on the "BR" of Anti-Submarine Squadron 8 in Norfolk VA, and took it around to DECOM. Miss the boat and the people. Recently retired as a CMC out of GTMO.|
|Wright, Douglas "Cob Jr Or Dougie Fresh"||STS 1/SS||Apr 1991 – Jun 1994||SONAR/Weapons||DECOM Crew|
|Guettler, David (G-man)||SK/E4||Nov 1991 – 1994||Supply||Had a blast serving on Baton Rouge. Ironically I was given the nick name G-man on my next submarine.|
|Courtney, Kenneth||MM3 SS||Nov 10, 1991 – Oct 22, 1994||M||.NET Software developer in Tampa, FL http://aciasoftware.com Miss the equipment I worked on... not the bs.|
|Salstrom, Clifton / "Chickenhawke"||ET3(SS)||Dec 1991 – Dec 1993||ET||Anyone interested in writting SSMs and OIs for a living and live in the Hampton Roads area, drop me an Email.|
|Clark, Will||E-4/RM3(SS)||Feb 27, 1992 – Nov 14, 1994||RM|
|Henderson, Steve||STS||Jun 1992 – Dec 1993||Sonar||decom crew|
|Kemp, Chris||MM3(SS)||Jul 1, 1992 – Aug 1, 1995||A-Gang||Better known as Shooter or Cooter. A-Div rules|
|Jones, Anthony (Andy)||ET3||Aug 1992 – Jan 1994||Electronics|
|Jones, Andy||ET3||Aug 1992 – Jan 1994||Navigational Electronics||Engineering Designer for Robotics in Maryville,TN Contact = Andy.D.Jones@gmail.com|
|Belizaire, Rich||ET3/SS||Dec 1992 – 1994||NAV/ET||Hi to all I served with, happy to see many of you present and accounted for. Currently living in Philadelphia (going on 8 yrs now), doing contract telco/ip/voip work. This was my first boat, got my SS quals here. Chico, where are you man?!!|
|Malloch, Wayne (Doc)||HMCS||Sep 1994 –||Medical Department- DOC||Last boat. Plankowner. Took her into decommissioning and when she left for Puget Sound Shipyard for dismantling I moved to SUBPACREP West Coast Office untilmy retirement June 1, 1995. Great crew.|
There are currently no planned reunions.