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USS James Monroe (SSBN 622) Crew List

The table below contains the names of sailors who served aboard the USS James Monroe (SSBN 622). 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 265 crew members registered for the USS James Monroe (SSBN 622).

Select the period (starting by the reporting year): precomm – 1966 | 1967 – 1972 | 1973 – 1977 | 1978 – 1981 | 1982 – 1985 | 1986 – now

Mohs, TimEm11967 – 1970ElectrcalServed out of hollyhock until shipyard overhaul. Then trawlers panama canal and operated out pj Guam/Hawaii. Left monroe to serve pun USA tautog until enlistment ended.
Carr, Craig AFN(SS)Mar 1967 – Sep 1967deckmade two patrols out of sub school. sat my qual board coming up the river to weps pier.
Dillon, DavidCS 2 (SS)Mar 9, 1967 – May 11, 1971SUPPLYThe best Submarine in the Navy and the finest crew I've ever served with in my 30 years.
Hagen, LeroyIC 3Apr 1967 – May 1970Forward IC crewMade two patrols . One before the overhaul and one after.
Brown, LonnieQM3Jun 1967 – 1969BlueOne patrol out of Scotland, then overhaul in Charleston, S.C. Where is Hobie Wade??
Schutt, William (Bill) profile iconMM2Jul 1967 – Jan 1968M Division
Hinnefeld, Garrett JohnW1Sep 1967 – Oct 1971Weapons
Garrison, PeteQM3(SS)1968 – 1972NavigationMy first submarine. Red Padget had this "GD it, Son" for breakfast. Charleston overhaul, great liberty in Cape Kennedy, St. Croix, Hawaii, Guam. Good times were had by all.
Niggemann, BruceSK3 (SS)1968 – 1970Supply
Garrison, PeterQM3 (SS)1968 – 1972NavagationMy qual boat. Great boat, great crew.
Miller, RobertETCS(SS)Feb 7, 1968 – Jun 25, 1972REACTOR CONTROL LPOMade 5 patrols on Jimmy Fish after the refueling yard period. Still in contact with many of the guys from that time period. Remember all the Kailua Pigs I cooked (9) out at my place in Makaha? Remember sailing to Kauai on a 57' Trimaran?
Irvine, William (Wild Bill)FTG1 (SS)Aug 1, 1968 – Jun 30, 1974Weapons - FTG DivisionBeing aboard the boat was the greatest experience I have ever had. I am the Base Commander for Snug Harbor Base of USSVI for the past 6 years.
Ross, GordonMM@9SS)Aug 9, 1969 – Nov 27, 1972M Div. - Nuc
Civik, JimMT2 SSSep 1969 – Apr 1972MTAmazing experience. I teach high school ( all boys) and whenever they want to pull me off topic, these ask about submarines...
Brooks, BenETR2(SS)Nov 15, 1969 – Jun 6, 1972RCPokai Bay,St Valentine's Day,scuba diving off Bob Miller's back yard in Makaha and kalua pigs.Sailing to Kauai.The Makau St. Divers - Larry Lemmon,Butch Pots,Bob Miller,John Gerbitz,Jim Wendt,Jack&Kit Simmons, Don&Marge Samborski &
Bayliss, JimMM11970 – 1971M-ELTSt. Valetines Day
Witty, MikeMM3(ss)1970 – Oct 12, 1973A GANG NON NUKE
Angel, Bruce KETN2Jan 1970 – Oct 1971NAV
Allston, JerryIC2(SS)Mar 1970 – Aug 1973E/IC NukeMade 7 patrols out of Guam with the Gold crew.
Swann, RichardFTG3(ss)Apr 1970 – 1973WeaponsGot bored with Hawaii and my Hobie 14, bad mistake putting in for a xfer, wound up in New London in the east coast navy. Anybody ever hear from "sea daddy" Jim Wendt? We did a memorable canoe expedition in the everglades
Maurer, AndyIC2(SS)Jul 1970 – Feb 1972Forward IC under Jim Keller-A wonderful leaderWonderful memories. I was one of the first Navy Reservist's to serve on the Jimmy Fish. Stayed in telephone work for 35 + years. Still remember all of the pranks...relative bearing grease for the sychro PMs
Sterchi, Bill (Wild Bill)TM2(SS)Aug 14, 1970 – May 13, 1977Torpedo/LCHR
Camp, GlennMM1 (SS)1971 – 1974Nuke MachinestMoved on to SMMS Site team in Rota
Villafranca, RaymundoET1(SS)1971 – 1973Reactor Division
Felton, DentonETCS(SS)1971 – 1977Navigation
Robert Allen, Bob/sugar BearIC21971 – 1974NuclearSome great times on my seven patrols. Who remembers the Chief that committed suicide in 71.
Spoden, John622Apr 16, 1971 – Apr 24, 1974Made 7 patrols on the blue crew out of Guam, still have dreams about goin on patrol.
Roberts, BillFTCM(SS)May 1, 1971 – Dec 20, 1972WepsMade 3 Patrols out of Guam
Agidius, PaulFTB 1Aug 1971 – May 1974weaponsMade 6 patrols out of Guam. Lots of great memories, good times and good people.
Smallidge, JamesRMC(SSS)Sep 11, 1971 – May 19, 1977OPSSee you in San Diago in 2009.
Dunham, Paul (Rupert)RM2Oct 1971 – Dec 1973RadioLots of sea stories!!
Sullivan, BenQM3Oct 1971 – Mar 1973QM
Gray, John profile iconETN3 NavOct 15, 1971 – Oct 15, 1974Nav CenterThese were the years that meant most to me in the Navy. Had an attitude and did not try like I should have. Miss the friends I made.
Cortez, DouglasRMSN(SS)1972 – 1973radio I was the junior radioman on board. Others in the radio shack were RMC Cobb, RM1 James Smallidge, RM2 Donnie Lyne, Rm1 Juan San Nicholas, RMSN Allen Benton. Home ported in Pearl Harbor. Physically out of Guam.
Edick, Kennethmm3/ss1972 – 1973after auxillary
Robert, SlobodET11972 – 1974Navigation
McCutcheon, JayQM1(SS)Feb 1972 – Jun 1977I
Bondshu, RonSTS2Apr 15, 1972 – Apr 15, 1977SonarReunion -- San Diego 2009. See you there!
Zaleski, HenryCapt(MC)Jun 1972 – Feb 1973Medical Officer, ship's diverExcellent ship and crew
Campos, VictorSK2(SS)Nov 1972 – 1975supply

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