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USS Dixon (AS 37) Crew List

The table below contains the names of sailors who served aboard the USS Dixon (AS 37). 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 1107 crew members registered for the USS Dixon (AS 37).

Select the period (starting by the reporting year): precomm – 1971 | 1972 – 1973 | 1974 – 1975 | 1976 | 1977 – 1978 | 1979 – 1980 | 1981 | 1982 – 1983 | 1984 | 1985 | 1986 | 1987 – 1988 | 1989 | 1990 | 1991 | 1992 | 1993 | 1994 – now

Levis, LarryETN31974 – 1975Radio RepairMy first time at sea, what a memory
Batting, BillHT3-HT21974 – Sep 1975R1I worked the pipe shop with HTC Joe Sampley adn a bunch of other good people. I went onto NDT school and am still in that profession.
Parrott, RonaldTMTC1974 – 1975WeaponsHelped install the MK 48 Weapon System on board.Worked as the Mess Deck MAA for six months prior to receiving the MK 48 Equipment. HI Cobb. would like to contact Adams whom I gave a helping hand.
Benson, MikeUSS Dixon1974 – Dec 1980RepairLooking for a buddy from the Dixon. Bill Efan
Osborn, EarlOM21974 – 1977R-2Great first command
Bohnenkamp, RickHT 3Jan 1974 – May 1976Repair 57AI can't believe they sank the Dixon, it was an fine ship. I can still see the bright gleam of the steel deck in the pipe shop. Anyone remember the security alert we had because of the rouge two man Russian sub? I often wonder who got the periscop
Smith, BoydLtJg, Supply CorpsJan 1974 – Feb 1977S-1, S-2, S-3Best command I ever served. Stores (S-1) officer in 1974, Food Service & Wardroom (S-1 and S-5) in 1975-76, and Ship Service (S-3) in 1977. Living in Sunnyvale, CA. email
Christianson, Ben (Chris)MM3Jan 2, 1974 – Jul 1, 1974Rad ConWent to sea for the first time on USS Dixon. I was there while waiting for NucSchool to convene.
Smith, RichardMM2Jan 20, 1974 – Jan 7, 1976Rad ConDidn't know it at the time, but it was fun...
Richardson, Don (Rich)E4Mar 1974 – Sep 17, 1976R-2 Shop 38Great times on Dixon! San Diego was a blast. Lost track of some great friends. Like to hear from anyone that was there.
Campbell, Anthony profile iconEN1May 14, 1974 – Sep 3, 1976A DivisionGot screwed with these orders. It was sea duty when I got the orders but changed to neutral before I got there so I did 2-1/2 extra years at sea before shore duty. Good ship though, learned a lot.
King, John Joseph (Jj)BM3Aug 29, 1974 – Aug 29, 1978WEAPONSWe all had many jobs if you remember contact me. look forward to getting in touch with old shipmates. its been a long time and this is my first time reaching out for the good old days.
Howell, Robert (Jerry)DPSNAug 29, 1974 – Jul 2, 1976Data Procossing/Supply
Flack, MikeHT3Sep 1974 – May 10, 1978r1
Cooperman, StephenPN2Sep 1974 – Nov 30, 1976PersonnelServed in the personnel office and was also the assistant career counselor. Great duty.
McMurrin, LeeEM3Sep 1974 – Jan 1975E1The Dixon was my first ship and opened my eyes to life aboard ship. Most of the time we were chained to the pier at Point Loma. I learned a lot, and had the greatest respect for most of the ship’s company I met.
Shubert, RobertMM3Sep 1, 1974 – Aug 31, 1975RCTDY while waiting for Nuclear Power School slot.
Lukacovic, August / LukeBM2Oct 1974 – Oct 1976Deck /1st, 2ndRemebering all the good times aboard, found bm3 Groves and looking for Bm1/Ma1 Enriquez, Bm1 Gwyn. or anyone else from deck division, was tad with the torpedo retrivers for 10 months, TR-5 earned my craftmasters. all emails answered
James, M.d. DougOct 1974 – Jul 1975worked in weapons department.played on sub- pac softball team. remember chris, savare and bernie. had fun in SAN DIEGO..I wonder if marsh ever learned to sing.?
Morgan, RandyBM3Dec 17, 1974 – Oct 14, 1978Boats. Deckonboard 3.5 years, 1.5 in riggers loft, ran the sail and the 30 ton center crain. Many nights loading subs, Great memories,,, broke my heart to hear they sunk her.
Scott, RonMM31975 –R-38 outside repair
Wilhelm, DavidBM 31975 – 1976DeckSome of the best times of my life! Stiker in Medical my last few months on board. Looking for some of the gang
Buck, BobSM1 [DV]1975 – 1977Thought I say Hi to the diving locker crew. Good tour!
Sarrault, Clifford/ CliffICC/CWO-21975 – 1977E
Brokes, RickE21975 – Mar 11, 1977Repair R-3
Vegh, JohnE-51975 – 1977Sonar shopAny other of you Freaks alive!!
Burns, BillyTM3Jan 1975 – Nov 1976WeaponsJim Justice I spent a few nights in TJ myself. Those were the days.Take Care.
Kaufman, RogerTMT3Jan 1975 – Dec 23, 1975W-1Enjoyed it all! Looking for Jeff Smith, Thomas Smith, or anyone in the Torpedo shop
Ryan, Georgemm3Jan 3, 1975 – Jun 1, 1975radconFirst ship after A school. Assigned to Radcon Division while waiting to go to Nuke school. Was almost like being a civilian with a 9-5 job.
Kaufman, RogerTMT3 Mk14-16Jan 3, 1975 – Dec 23, 1975W1Ski, Jeff Smith
Zimmerman, DavidGM3May 25, 1975 – May 25, 1977Ships Armoryenjoyed my time onboard,Master Chief Cozart was in charge of ships armory,a great guy to work with.Had a lot of fun onboard. All the crew was great. Anyone remember warrant officer Steterroff,,or LT Ackerman,
Zuchowski, James "tony"TM3Jun 1975 – Oct 10, 1977weapons w-3 Hello to all!!
Branch, David profile iconMR3Jun 1975 – Jun 1976R2Loved my time in the Navy.
Curry, JimMR2/DVJul 1975 – Dec 23, 1978Engineering/ Diving Lockeri remember late one nite we got called back in to swim the bottom of the ship for a suspected bomb. We were put in the water around 11:20 and the bomb was supposed to go off at midnight. That was freaky.
Galate, MichaelSNJul 17, 1975 – Oct 5, 1977
Worrell, TerryBT#Jul 25, 1975 – Nov 3, 1977B
Wimberly, JerryMR3Aug 1975 – May 1977R2Worked in the fleet machine shop. Made MR2 but before I got to pin it on, got busted by chief jones. Loved SD and the Dixon until that happened. Life took a dive after after that ! ! ! Got out, took over my dads T&D Shop
Hix, ToddE2/TMSep 1975 – Nov 1978WeaponsI recall many memorable lunches at the Ballast Point EM Club - Hey to Jimmy Justice
O'Donnell, Pat profile iconSK3Sep 1975 – May 6, 1977S-1Looking at satellite photos of Point Loma, it looks like it got civilized. Loved riding my bike up to the top gate.
Fallows, RussE-3 SNSep 30, 1975 –1st deckhad a lot of fun on that boat! JJ King, Randy Kraft, John Aslandes, Dennis Smith, Rick Brokes John Olmstead. and everybody else in 1st or 2nd division send me an e-mail !
Justice, JimTM3/TM2Nov 6, 1975 – May 30, 1979Weapons 1 MK 14 shop/weapons handlingLooking for TM3 Rees Wild times in TJ
Golia, JoeE -1Nov 10, 1975 – Oct 29, 1977Deck
Spillers, JesseIM2Nov 21, 1975 – Nov 20, 1979R2 (MIRCS)Thanks to everybody who served. I learned a lot on the Dixon and we were family. I retired from the VA Healthcare System and the skills I learned in the US Navy made that a reality. I miss the Submarines and I MISS YOU.
Summitt, Stephen / SteveSNDec 1975 – Apr 1976Deck/BoatI started off working in the regular deck division and was then assigned to the boat division as a Gig crewmember. After about six months aboard I transferred to the Truxtun CGN 35. My email:

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