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USS New York City (SSN 696) Crew List

The table below contains the names of sailors who served aboard the USS New York City (SSN 696). 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 160 crew members registered for the USS New York City (SSN 696).

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Murphy, Gregory (Smurph)ET2 (SS)1986 – Feb 13, 1992Reactor Controls
Kinslow, JohnYN3(SS)Dec 1, 1986 – Dec 1, 1990Yeoman/AdminI served with an awesome crew during my time onboard and I would love to hear from any of my former shipmates. It seems like forever! Hey YNCS(SS) "Lump" if you ever read this, your still my hero!!!
Thompson, MikeRM1(SS)1987 – 1990Communications
Morehead, JimIC2Jan 1, 1987 – Dec 1, 1989ICGresh, I can't believe you are a nurse. Buzz and I came back to MN. Great times with Bumpy, Flip, Bullock, Deckplate and others. Times at Mooses were incredible. Now I am principal of a Catholic High School in MN
Card, ThomasMM2Aug 1987 – Jun 1991MGreat tape and tie-wrap parties - Got to see Alaska, Philippines and Japan.
Guttormsen, EdET2(SS)Aug 1987 – Aug 1990NAVET
Godawa, KenRM2(SS)Aug 1, 1987 – Aug 31, 1990RadioBest years, along with a great crew, of my 24-year service!! Began with bunking in the barracks with my roommates Flipper and Dancer....what a pair!! From there on, it was the best years of my life!!
Dawson, PatMM3Sep 1987 – Dec 1990A-Gang/After all this time you only seem to remember the good times and good people. A lot of learning experiences. I'd do it all again.
Lysne, Brian "Mo"EM2Oct 1987 – Oct 1991It was rough at the time, but only good memories remain. Danny Bil (RC-Div) wrote a book about his time on the NYC entitled "2190 days".
Reichel, JimETCS(SS)Nov 1987 – Mar 1989Engineering "Bull Nuke"Served during last part of overhaul at PHNS thru workup/preps for WESTPAC.
Cannon, TimEM1(SS)Nov 26, 1987 – Dec 18, 1991Electircal
McLeod, Andy profile iconSTS1/SSDec 1987 – Aug 1991SonarMy second seagoing command. Again met amazing people and did great things.
Galbreath, Christopher W.EM2 (SS/DV)Dec 7, 1987 – Dec 6, 1989ElectricalJust retired in 2007. Will always remember the NYC. Guys like Fraser, Graham, Pitzer, Garrity, Flipper, Petrangelo, Coles, and of course my sea-dad; Jim Canfield helped me make it thru. Still remember getting my fish tacked on by A-gang.
Gresham, NormanIC1/SS1988 – 1991ICsaw a few old shipmates on here and thought i'd sign up, working as a icu/trauma nurse now, from diving officer to trauma go figure
Murphy, Gregory (Smurph)ET2(SS)Jan 7, 1988 – Feb 13, 1992Reactor ControlsPlenty of fond memories (15 years later.) Even the Mt. Pinatubo mess was interesting. I can still picture Maneuvering.
Harrington, FrederickMM1(SS)Jan 15, 1988 – Jan 5, 1991A_gang for a TimeI reported aboard and Flipper almost immediatley named me "NUB" A first class without a use. Just another Non Useful Body! Had fun with all the guys, first Westpac I ever did! Binky, Caudil, Logan, Garrity, Pasak, and the list goes on forever!!
Bryant, DouglasTHIRD CLASS / QUARTERMASTERAug 1988 – Aug 1992Best bunch of guys I ever knew. Glad we all surived the Disaster Pac.
Spiegel, EricEM2Aug 1988 – May 1991Lots of Memories! This was my first boat in a 20 yr career. Served with Tim Cannon, Harbath, Koller, Mills, Lysne, Galbreath, Bob Miller (bro-in-law now), Morgan, Hargrove, and many more great guys! And dont forget Terrible Tom Travis!
Gibson, ReedMM1Aug 1988 – Sep 1992Nuke MMThe times remembered are all good, except for field days
Clarady, Michael / Fucking Beaker RIIIIghtMM2/SS RETDec 25, 1988 – 1993A-GANGGot knocked out with a #10 can of ketchup during my first stores load my first few days aboard. It changed me forever. Would not trade the experience. good and......Educational Everything. And I mean every second was.
Correll, JcthunderstickE5/FTGDec 30, 1988 – Dec 30, 1991Fire ControlBest boat ever. Still in the NAVY because of all you guys and all the fun we had.
Polanco, MannyQM11989 – 1992QMIn the words of Butch Gresham -- "Be real and if you can't -- Fake it." Great times --
Gonzalez, Rigoberto MS/SSJan 11, 1989 – Jun 6, 1992Supply DivisionCooking for the USS New York Crew 696 was a honor for me. I did the best I could when I served on board this BOAT Learn a lot from the crew " I would serve again Do it all over again " Death From Below"
Turner, ScoobloverYN2SSMar 14, 1989 – Jun 21, 1993Yeomanwhats up to the new crew< I was jus leaving the ship bout # months after you got there T-Bone< I was a member of 6 Pack Strong
Paniccioli, ChrisMS2/SSAug 5, 1989 – Feb 21, 1993MessDid NorPac, WestPac, otherwise known as DisasterPac, and a couple of trips to Bangor. I have photos when Mt. Pinitubo decided to rain on our fun.
Thommen, CharlesRMCS(SS)Dec 1, 1989 – Jul 1, 1992NavigationGreat crew, hard working and hard playing, one crew, one boat, one for all. always kept a "Zero Bubble"
Woitas, RobertQMC (SS)Dec 11, 1989 – Nov 10, 1991NavigationRetired as a QMCS(SS) July 2000. Married with three children. Dealing with stage 4 Colorectal Chance since may 16, 2008. Working for the City of San Bernardino Police Dept. San Bernardino, CA. as a Forensic Specialist.
Knue, BradE6Apr 1990 – Oct 1995
Sell, RobMM1 (SS)May 1990 – 1994Some of the best years of memories.
Fontenot, PaulFTG2/SSMay 1, 1990 – Jun 4, 1993Fire ControlNothing but good times :)
Sell, RobertMM1May 1, 1990 – May 1, 1994MMWow, what good times and great people
Sell, RobertMM1May 1, 1990 – May 1, 1994MM
Kligel, KarlMM2/SSAug 1990 – Feb 1994MachineryGotta love all the NorPac's - to Bangor WA, ferry rides to Seattle. Can never forget about Mt. Pinatubo and ash everywhere. Miss hydrolancing hx tubes and crawling inside the endbells!
Thompson, John (Junior)RMSS3Oct 1990 – Oct 1991RadiomanGreat friends! Great times! What an experience.
Grady, Kevin1991 – 1997RC
Gabehart, TomMMC/SS1991 – 1994M-DivGreat bunch of men, hard workers with few port calls. I am on Facebook if you want to say hello! Wondering where my "Sons" went to???
(Mala) Okada, Norman/"Tiny"FTCJan 7, 1991 – Mar 15, 1995FireControlMy first boat and great memories of PI and Mount Pinatubo. There is no slack in this fast attack. Big and black and never coming back. Back to back Westpac 1991.
Daniels, Jackson "Jd" profile iconIC2(SS)Feb 12, 1991 – May 1, 1995IC DivisionAll hail to the NYC!! Great crew and times! Too bad the Navy we knew isn't the Navy of Now!
Taylor, Jarrett. T-boneMM2/SSApr 15, 1991 – Oct 30, 1996A-GANGSALUTE to all my NYC brothers and a special whats up,to the DOGG POUND and my boy Sparky!!
Reinhard, GregE-5/EM2Sep 1, 1991 – Sep 5, 1995E-DIVWhere's the beach, oh there it is, smacking the pier in Singapore, getting the outboard stuck, somebody taking the rug from a night club in bangor? Oh and so many more memories, some to be forgotten, some not.
Daughtry, KimEMCS (SS)Oct 1991 – Sep 1993Bull NukeHave to say I didn't have much fun on this boat. But it made me grow.

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