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USS Tautog (SSN 639) Crew List

The table below contains the names of sailors who served aboard the USS Tautog (SSN 639). 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 217 crew members registered for the USS Tautog (SSN 639).

Select the period (starting by the reporting year): precomm – 1971 | 1972 – 1979 | 1980 – 1983 | 1984 – 1990 | 1991 – now

Fowler, Elbert (Buck) profile iconRadioman 1/ E-71967 – 1971CommunicationsComm. Crew, Blindmans Bluff, Bunch of great times with a bunch of great Guys. Anybody know where cheif Holt is?
Carlson, JackFeb 1967 –why isn't Jack on this list?
Venezia, NickFNMar 1967 – Aug 1970ICBest crew in the submarine service. Lots of good times at Diamondhead.
Boyle, George CobraEMCS (SS)Mar 1967 – Jun 1970During our first ORSE board, it lasted until about 1800hrs, I came down from the second deck of the living barge, and there was the WHOLE non nuclear crew awaiting to see how we did, on their time . It brought tears to my eyes. That was a tight crew
Boyle, GeorgeEMCSMar 1967 – Jun 1970"E"Best damn crew in Submarines
Navarro, "Ernie"YN1(SS)Mar 1967 – Oct 1969AdminI can truthfully say that my tour on the "Terrible "T"" was the best and most rewarding in my 23 yrs in the Navy. The Commissioning Crew was the greatest bunch of shipmates I've ever had the pleasure of serving with.!
Huck, Hugh (Skip)ET1 (SS)Mar 1967 – Oct 1967RCPlank Owner
Sekerak, CharlieEM2(SS)Mar 1967 – Jul 1971Electrical
Milano, MikeEM1(SS)Mar 5, 1967 – Dec 2, 1969E DivPlank-owner, Great boat and great crew.
Fleshman, Dick (Flash)MM2Apr 15, 1967 – Apr 2, 1971AuxillarySpent some wonderful days with some wonderful guys.What ever happened to David S Morrill (Precious Pup) A#1 Division Officer.
Clements, BobbyETR-2May 1, 1967 – Jul 15, 1969Reactor Control
Thompson, Jerryem2Jun 1967 – Oct 1970electgood times and bad times but I still think of a great crew and great boat from time to time I'd do it again
Henderson, WilliamMM2 (SS)Jul 10, 1967 – Jan 18, 1969Nuclear Field M DivisionPlank owner;Commissioning crew.
Berry, Davidmm2Sep 1967 – Jun 1970M
Heck, William/w.j.ETN2(SS)Oct 1967 – Jul 1970NavigationThe Blind Man's Bluff cruise was my last. Stood sonar watches that last run, a good change from standing SINS watches. Hated the strip plot but had a great time on the boat, great crew, great parties. Capt. Balderston was the best. Nerves of steel
Lawrence, Robert (Bob)E5 Second Class Petty Officer(SS)Jun 1968 – Dec 1972Uss Tautog
Neal, RonSNAug 1968 – May 1969deck
Butts, Donald L.SNNov 1968 – Jan 1970Seaman GangLeft the boat to have knee surgery before I got qualified and never made it back to the Tautog
Hollaway, BillyCTT1(SS)1969 –ETESM Spook and only on board for a short period
Moore, RichardSTS1(SS)1969 – 1975SonarMiss the guys...Ol' Rubin Roughcut, John Sachs, Buck-chuck, and the rest of the " Terrible 'T' Underwater Acoustical Laboratory Pacific" . They sure built them well at Ingalls.
Mayes, Mike (Rubin Roughcut)STS1(SS)1969 – 1973SonarBlindman's Bluff Crew
Leist, Jim profile iconETN2(SS)1969 – 1971Operations (SINS Tech)Rode the 'Terrible T' with a great crew and a fantastic CO. CMDR Baldertson was the absolute best. Rode the Blind Man's Bluff patrol, Things got a little hairy there. Lots of good times and a lot of hard work.
Wilson, Jim (Bumf)ET2Feb 1969 – Oct 15, 1971RCBlind Man's Bluff crew - best steamers to ever hit Waikiki! Contact me re: annual crew reunions Living in CA; still working for the Navy
Vest, JimEN3Mar 1969 – Feb 1971A-GangBlindman's Bluff Crew... a great crew that worked hard and played harder!
Molyneaux, Michael (Moly)TM3SSMay 1, 1969 –WeaponsWhat Happened to "the Bear" Stephen Anderson? Contact me at:
Enos, SkipRADIOMAN 3Jun 1969 – 1971RadioWhat an E ticket ride (blind man's bluff) John and Mike (sonar) think about you two often
Corbin, JohnnyRM2(SS)Jun 1969 – Dec 1972OperationsMade three patrols, one was the crash with an Echo II.
Cecere, Phil profile iconYN2(SS)Aug 25, 1969 – Sep 9, 1970Yeoman/AdminBlind Man's Bluff veteran so aboard for those amazing days in June 1970. (My best "war story.") I was discharged from Tautog just before she left the shipyard to return to sea after her infamous incident.
Caprai, Rod (Cappi)QM3-SSOct 1969 – May 1971navigationblind man's bluff crew
Sachs, JohnSTS2 (SS)Dec 30, 1969 – May 10, 1974Sonar GangServed with the Best crew (Blind Man's Bluff) of the Tautog service. Served with the best Captain, Commander Balderston. Great shipmates who accomplished great things onboard and offboard. Olongapo Philippines was fantastic!!! Ahoy to all!!
Korenke, DavidE-2Jan 1970 – Jan 1971radio strikerBlind Mans Bluff
Dunn, JimQM1(SS)Jan 2, 1970 – Apr 26, 1975NavBlind Mans Bluff Crew. Best Submarine crew on the universe
Zimmerman, ThomasEtnssJan 4, 1970 – Oct 9, 1974EsmAlso served may 1982 to nov of 1985 best F Troop boat in the fleet! Had fun summer of 83 at North Pole!
Rayner, SteveQM3 SSApr 1970 – Dec 8, 1972NavigationServed with Jim Dunn, John Sachs, Chief Horry, Moloneaux, Greg Greely, Jackie Robinson, Fuji, Jack Kohler, Mike , Chief Waters and Captain Trevors. Made a cold stop in Adak. Women behind every tree up there!
Lockert, WilliamCTTCMJun 4, 1970 – Jul 3, 1970RiderBlind Man Bluff patrol. My spooks handled the lines for Tautog the morning of 4 July 1970 when she headed for the shipyard. Captain Balderson was standing in front of the sail. Rode Tautog again Mar-May 1972
Bennett, JohnSTS-2(SS)Jul 1970 – Apr 1973SonarThose were the greatest of times. Had some wonderful crewmembers!
Keith, Robert (Bobbie Lee)FNFeb 1971 – 1972Mostly Mess Cookin'I was the guy who thew a dustpan full of chilly at the Skipper and was asked to leave. Retired from the Navy in 2003 as an Airdale. Subsurface to Surface to Air. I got around. Drive a Truck for the last 15 years. Wanted to see the USA.
Scheiwe, DaveLTJun 1971 – Feb 6, 1975Sonar, MPA, EMO, WepsTautog was a mover & shaker - at sea 12 of my first 15 months. As EMO always had to deal with crooked sail. Great crew - will always remember Sonar Gang, Molly & His Dolly, Spread-of-ROCs Volz, Stanley Sweetsmell, Ira Van Bunsucker, Fearless Fre
McCain, BillETR2(SS)Jun 1971 – Dec 1974Does anyone remember John Bruckart? Tom Zimmerman? Mollyneaux,Sachs & Pescosolido(Luigi)....howzit?
Ford, RobertLTSep 1971 – Feb 1975DCA, MPAGreat memories of great people. Working hard/playing hard. Subpac Flag Football Champs. Thanks for your service!
Larry, RossMM3 TO FADec 1971 – Mar 1973AuxiallryWas never thanked or acknowled for fairwater override at Marianna trench
Powell, ScottTM3/ssDec 1971 – Nov 1975TM GangAwesome boat! Too many people to thank and try to remember! CW (Chickenwing) Helms, Greg Greeley, Hogbody Molyneaux, etc. This boat set my career...I retired a TMC/ss with several boats under my belt. None like the "T".

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