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USS Cincinnati (SSN 693) Crew List

The table below contains the names of sailors who served aboard the USS Cincinnati (SSN 693). 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 96 crew members registered for the USS Cincinnati (SSN 693).

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Lewis, RoyHMC1970 – 1980MedicalI'm putting this in memor bro. H txfrd to NAS Whidbey Island, WA & was os SAR mission 4 two inj cic hikers. Chopper crashed killing all but 2 on 9/11/80. He was a great bother - David Lewis
Bridgham, KennethDS31976 – 1979ITDad is departing on his final patrol. Plankowner
Haggerty, ScottMM11976 – 1979Nukes / ELT / Ships Diver&SwimmerWas a plank owner - started in NN Shipyard through Norway trip
Geuin, JimSTSCS SSAug 9, 1976 – May 27, 1979Combat Systems/SonarTAD to Archerfish in the Portsmouth yard until Launch in February of 1977. Retired (joined the Fleet Reserve) May of 1979.
Stiles, SteveIC1 (SS)1977 – 1979EPlankowner - We never realize how much fun we had at the time. Great memories. Went on to 4 patrols on USS Lewis & Clark. Obtained commission in 1994. Retired LCDR in 2003.
Campbell, KeithSTS2(SS)1977 – 1980Sonar
Ketcham, GaryET1(SS)(DV)1977 – 1979Fwd ET(ESM/NAV)Plank Owner, Honorary Ship Builder, Commissioning Crew. Memory's; Fort lift races in Port Everglades, Mid shipmen cruise and attempting to steal the Groton's side board in New London. Still alive and retired in FL.
Bonnett, PaulEM1(SS)Jan 1977 – May 1979ElectricalPlankowner
Terry, Charles / ChuckMM2/SSJan 1977 – Sep 1981Plankowner. Was first Manuevering watch Helmsman. Was qualified Aux Machinery Room, O2 generator operator, diesel operator, nuke weapons security guard, Chief of the Watch, and Diving Officer of the Watch
Lease, LynnETC (ss)Jan 1977 – 1980RCPlankowner. Great crew. Great boat. Retired from the City of Tallahassee
Reynolds, JerryMM1(SS)Jan 3, 1977 – Dec 20, 1978M
Huffman, GlennMMCS (SS)Feb 12, 1977 – Aug 2, 1981Engineering LCPO & LCPOPlankowner, made 2 Indian Ocean and 2 Med runs plus the first northern run to Norway. Best of the four boats I served on. Retired; April1,1998 as CWO4.
Liggett, TerryET1(SS)Mar 1977 – Oct 1980Reactor ControlsPlank Owner, transferred to PCU Michigan SSBN 727, promoted to E-7 October 81. Participated in three strategic deterrent patrols on Gold Crew. Served as Ship's Superintendant at Subase Pearl Harbor for 2 yrs then served remaining time on USS Omaha
Metheny, Patrick profile iconMM1/SSAug 5, 1977 – Feb 1983Auxiliary DivisionPlank owner
Osteen, Andrew / HondoSK3/SSNov 1977 – Apr 1980SupplyRemembering the powersliding forklift and the Mid-Shipman birthday party. Plankowner and Commissioning Crew.
Ulrich, EltonMS3SSNov 15, 1977 – Jan 4, 1981SupplyGreat times, Great memories
Pollard, AlbertYNSNOct 1978 – 1981Ship's OfficeI served as Yeoman and leading helmsman/planesman. I don't think any of us will forget the around the world cruise.
Aston, Allen (Big Al, Bfa)MM1(SS)Aug 1979 – Nov 1979MGreat crew, sorry I had to leave so fast due to accident. Still keep in touch with some of the crew. Would like to hear from Mike Keats.
Browning, CharlesSTSSNAug 1979 – Jan 1980Sonar
Nickel, ScottMM1Aug 1979 – Oct 1983Nuc M-DivLoved serving. Still proud. Great command, great crew, great friends. Looking for Randy Hilderbrand. Currently B&B owner /caterer in Topeka, Kansas with my wife and family.
Pajewski, Michael "juice"EM1 (SS)Sep 27, 1979 – Feb 7, 1985E
Maleche, Doyle "Cheech"E-1 TO STS2(SS)Jan 22, 1980 – Sep 23, 1983Deck/"Crank"/SonarThanks for the memories! I retired as COB of USS Trepang (SSN 674) and USS Georgia Gold (SSBN 729) "I know...BOOMER FAG!"
Cole, Cavin / KcEM1(SS)Feb 1980 – May 1983E-DIVMany great memories. Outstanding Engineering Department!!! Come and Ski Mt. Diego.
Hale, RobertMM2 (SS/DV)Aug 1980 – Jun 1983RLRetire US NAVy (CWO2), last duty station, NNSDD #@ NRRO. Served Uss Kentucky, Uss Honolulu, NFAS/NPS, MINSY (NRRO), NNSDD (NRRO)
Lorenz, DeanET1Nov 1980 – Oct 30, 1983Reactor Controls
Riggs, RandyLT.1981 – Dec 7, 1984combat systems
Kleven, DuaneFTG1/SSJan 1981 – Jan 1985Fire Control
Johnson, RichardIC1Apr 1981 – Sep 1981IC
Duay, WadeFTG1/SSMay 1981 – Jan 4, 1984WeaponsJoined the boat at the tail end of it's first IO run in 1981 and left during the MED run in 1983. Hung out with Charles "Oggy" Ogburn (Radioman) and Chris "Scrappy" Figaniak. And now for those of you that remember "YONK!"
Johnson, Stanley (Stan)SK2Jun 1981 – Jul 1982SUPPLY / SKReported right after the perth run. Only on board for a year but still remember some of the guys. Made SK1 on board and finally retired Jun 1998 as SKCS.
Cornelison, JohnnyIC1/SSNov 1981 – Nov 1985ICSo many great memories!!! Miss those times with my shipmates. Especially miss the countless drills, Fire Control Tracking parties, drills, field days, drills. Oh, forgot to mention drills.
Williamson, JohnEM1(SS)Nov 1981 – Jul 1983ECame to the boat at Norfolk Naval shipyard during PSA; served as leading first then LPO of the Best "E" division around. Many great memories. Then a career in the Nuclear power industry and now retired.
Van Dyck, Squatty BodySTS3May 1, 1982 – Aug 31, 1982SONARWas able to be a support member for the summer of '81. Most memorable thing was the TDU being broken and a 12" opening exposed to the pressure of the depth. So much fun! Sys is not letting a TDY entry so I used '82
Toppin, SteveSN/SSMar 1983 – Nov 1985Deck/Yoeman/MedicalBest command, good friends and great times. Struck Corpsan under Chief Middleton. Retired in 03 as HM1(SS/FMF) Three kids, one currently serving , one medically retired from wounds recieved in afghan conflict.
Fuchs, PatEM1(SS)May 15, 1983 – May 15, 1986E-DivRetired as CWO4 from Naval Reserves
Boyd, BertSTS1/SSJun 1, 1983 – Jun 1, 1988sonar
Pauole, Kelvin profile iconSTS2Sep 1983 – Dec 1985SONAR
Foster, DanTM3(SS)Oct 11, 1983 – Mar 14, 1987Weapons
Wilson, Don (Willy)MM2/SSMar 1984 – Jul 1988Good times, good friends. Miss them all. Now married with one daughter.
Smith, Kirk "Kd"ET2(SS)Mar 12, 1984 – May 12, 1987Navigation Electronics - ESMI still remember my sea dad, Tony Abrams. God he was a smart son of a gun.
Deleon, JoseRMC(SS)Apr 1, 1984 – Jul 29, 1989RadioI was proud to serve on the USS Cincinnati with the finest crew members, both officer and enlisted. We served our country on missions of importance, provided the security our nation requires and enjoyed travels to ports.
Chrisp, KentET1(SS)Jun 1984 – Aug 1986RC
Maleche, Doyle "Cheech"STS2(SS)Aug 9, 1984 – Oct 15, 1986SonarLearned more as a boomer Sonarman. Great buch of guys.

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