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USS Norfolk (SSN 714) Crew List

The table below contains the names of sailors who served aboard the USS Norfolk (SSN 714). 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 199 crew members registered for the USS Norfolk (SSN 714).

Select the period (starting by the reporting year): precomm – 1983 | 1984 – 1989 | 1990 – 1995 | 1996 – 2002 | 2003 – now

NameRank/RatePeriodDivisionRemarks/Photo
Yelverton, TimET21990 – 1992RCNo med-run-erton
Brown, Michael "Browneye"ET1/SSJan 1990 – Apr 1992Reactor ControlSteamin' on terminal leave. One day I'll get that separation physical.
Hasty, JamesSTS2Jan 1990 – Feb 1994sonarhard to remember everyone so miss the times onboard with funk cousino south best and worst memory is funk going to pd with xo and cob and his early demise as sup
Duong, HenryMM2May 1990 – Jan 10, 1994M-divLooking back after more than 20 years, it was an unforgettable experience. Great and very hard working folks on board. I will miss all the Nucs especially in M-div. Drop me an email if you still remember "Hank".
Sobczak, PaulEM2/SSJul 1, 1990 – Aug 20, 1992EThanks for the memories.
Nagy, EricEM3Sep 13, 1990 – Feb 5, 1992Telling XO "you're f***ing crazy!!" and kicking topside box into water puts you on the rapid path to EAOS. Memories of sharing Camels with shipmates, including Chief Bertine who told me "I'd walk 1000 miles to suck a camel&
Creasey, TonySTS 21991 – 1996SonarIt was the best/worst time of my life! The friends were worth thier wieght in gold! The sea duty sucked bung! But it made me the man I am today! Is that a good thing?
Westphall, Eric S. (F'Ing Westphall)RM2/SS1991 – 1995RadioI hope you all are well. You all served in some of the most grueling and challenging conditions a young man could expect to have to endure.I was very bitter, please forgive me. Good luck to you all. I live in CA with my wife and son. email me please.
Mitchell, JimSTS21991 – 1994Sonar
Hufford, SteveRM1(SS)Jan 1991 – Jun 1994Radio. It was cool then. Still is.If Westphall and Schweikert are on here, then I have to be too. I hope everyone is doing well, and I trust that you're finding new and interesting challenges. Even though it was rough at times and we smelled weird, it was still fun.
McLean, Jr., LarryIC1Mar 15, 1991 – Mar 15, 1993IChad some fun sometimes, miss some of the guys, wont forget running the Oxygen Generator in Portsmouth
Foster, Byron (Freddy)ET2May 1, 1991 – Oct 28, 1994REACTOR CONTROLSIn hindsight, I know could have cleaned a little harder.
West, CurtLTJun 1991 – Aug 1994E, M, SonarLong days in the yard, long days at sea, but I would not trade the experiences or the memories of the shipmates I was privileged to work with for anything. Thank you.
Mitchell, JimSTS2 SSJun 1, 1991 – Oct 30, 1994SonarHey, YO TONY! It was definately worth the ride. Anyone remember Mebane? I was discharged when he took out my knee. What a guy.
Kraynak, ScottEM2Sep 1991 – Jun 1994Electrical
John, BlubaughTM3/SSNov 1991 – Jul 1995WEPSHad a great ride. Still miss the days at the helm with Jaquez. I still smile when asked about my time on board. Still miss Culbreath and Lopez in torpedo room too!
Key, DeanETC(SS)Nov 1991 – Nov 1995Electronics DivisionExcellent Division the best a Chief could ask for. Best CPO quarters I have ever served. Retired in 2006. Now working and living in southern California. I wish all my old shipmates the very best.
Hagan, VernonTM1(SS)Dec 1991 – Feb 28, 1993WepsWas a great time, the best TM division I ever had,
South, BrandenSTS2/SSDec 29, 1991 – May 31, 1996SonarWould'nt trade the experience for the world! Met some great people (and not so great people) but over all enjoyed my time. I've been married 13 years, have 2 boys, and am in sales/marketing/advertising in Montgomery, Alabama. ROLL TIDE!
Pawley, WayneFT31992 – Jul 9, 1996Fire ControlLove the travel hated the lifestyle. I'm a programmer now.
Eavenson, BobMM3/SS1992 – 1995RLThe only good thing about the Nav and the Norfolk was the Norfolk crew. I'll never forget throwin Cool Hand's motorcycle keys in the ocean, M-Div lunches at the bowling alley, and writing FTN in places that have still not been found!
Johnson, William (Shameless)MM1/SS1992 – 1995MDivBest MDiv on the water, Shroom, Shitty, MCGaha, Apostolico and many others I will never forget
Leonard, JeffTMCS/SSFeb 1992 – Mar 1995TorpedoUndoubtedly the best command I served in my 30 years. Retired in 2002. Now live in Fredericksburg, VA. This boat had the best Chief's Quarters I had ever been associated with. Pete Manias the best COB. Always willing to see old shipmates.
Solberg, GreggQMCSMar 1992 – Nov 1994QMA great division, a great department and a great crew. I sincerely hope each and every one is doing great.
Butcher, Tom (Butch)ET2Apr 1992 – Jul 1996navigationTo the fellas I knew, I couldn't have done it without you. The times were what we made of them. Life aboard left much to be desired. Life abroad was worth most of the B.S. Where are all the army men now I wonder. How many ways is Mc D's better
Shorts, Walter (Short Circuit)EM2 (SS)Jun 1992 – Jul 1996ElectricalJust Checking to see who's out there
Manias, PeteSTSCS(SS)Jun 1992 – Mar 1994COBBest job ever! Greatest Crew! I was proud and honored to have been you Chief of the Boat! You guys were the greatest. Thanks for all that you did onboard! Now I'm retired and trying to teach the surface fleet how to do business.
Shorts, Walter (Shortckt)EM2 (SS)Jun 1992 – Jul 1996ElectricalHoffman was the Best Chief to work for - If it wasn't for him - I'd have done anything to get out.
Apostolico, ThomasMMC(SS)Aug 1992 – Jun 1996MachineryWithout a doubt the best time of my Navy life. The best nucs I have ever known (and I still work with nucs every day). I am proud to have been a member of the best chiefs quarters every to poke holes in the briny deep.
Townsell, GlennET2 NUKEOct 1992 – Oct 1996Reactor ControlsSoooooo Glad I'm out. Loved being a Reactor Operator but Hated the Navy. Don't miss Field Days a bit. After 12 years, I really only remember the good times and the guys. I'm still working with Ruffman @ Dresden Nuclear Power Stn.
Thompson, BillyCS1/SSDec 1992 – Dec 1995MS
Brace, Jeffrey AYN31993 – 1997
Johnson, MarvinLT1993 – 1995Anybody got a ham sandwich?
Aldrich, Wayne "doc"HM1Mar 5, 1993 – Mar 11, 1996MedicalThis was my first MDR tour. I retired (March 2008). I am now attending the University of Washington, studying to become a Physicians Assistant.
Leitch, MarkMMCMay 1993 – Apr 10, 1998Machinery
Bryan, HueyYN3(SS)Jun 21, 1993 – Jun 21, 1996AdminCommence Field Day!! No you can't have any EXTRA Leave.
Olbrei, RichET1 (SS)1995 – 1996ET/Radio
Turnage, Turn-n-burnMM2(ss)1995 – 1999A-GangGreat bunch of guys.
Mills, MitchFT1/SSJan 1995 – Jun 1996FTWork from home as a Travel Agent in Virginia Beach. Hope all is doing well.
Darr, DanielEM1 ssJan 3, 1995 – Jan 7, 1997EFrom SNOB on USS Norfolk to Penn State, to LeHigh U, to TMI, BPMI to Westinghouse. Koucheravy is here, and Ostendorf shows up once in a while from the NRC. Wow,its a small world! God is still good.
Heidemann, TedMM2Jan 5, 1995 – Nov 1, 1999EngineeringI'm still in denial about the whole experience, but I'm gald I did it.
McLaughlin, DanielEM2Jan 10, 1995 – Feb 21, 1999ElectricalIt was a pleasure to be SNOB on this boat. The only thing that mattered was the people I met.
McCool, EdwinEM2Mar 3, 1995 – Mar 10, 1997ElectricalWhat a ride
Moore, MichaelSTS3Apr 1995 – Jun 1998Sonar
Averett, JasonMM2Jun 15, 1995 – Dec 10, 1998RIL (ELT)Overall, I had a great experience on board the Norfolk. Yeah, being part of the crew could be trying sometimes but you had to make it through those days somehow... I wouldn't give up one memory of the good or bad times on that boat.
Megill, DanET3 (NavET)Oct 5, 1995 – Oct 31, 1997Navigation Electronics Div. NavETI had a blast on this boat while making life long friendships and memories. Some of the biggest influences on my growing up came from this boat. COB (Ford), Skipper (Kucheravy?), FCC McNabb and the rest of you. Thank you

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