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USS Trepang (SSN 674) Crew List

The table below contains the names of sailors who served aboard the USS Trepang (SSN 674). 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 230 crew members registered for the USS Trepang (SSN 674).

Select the period (starting by the reporting year): precomm – 1973 | 1974 – 1979 | 1980 – 1985 | 1986 – 1991 | 1992 – now

Woolford, Louis1974 –
Froburg, Tom (Fro)STS2(SS)Jan 1974 – Sep 1978SonarI feel like I should be in the museum with the crew's mess!
Bevans, SidneyETR2 (SS)Jan 1, 1974 – Oct 1, 1976RCAnybody know where Eric Swanson (Swensen?) is?
McKelroy, DavidEM1 (SS)May 24, 1974 – May 22, 1978ELots of good memories from the Med and Southern runs. Good memories of Portsmouth and the bad ones have mostly faded.
Rao, StephenSK2 (SS)Jul 22, 1974 – Sep 8, 1975SUPPLYXfered from SKATE (SSN 578) to TREPANG in 74 to shore duty in 75 to OMAHA (SSN 692) in 77 till discharge in 80. Went thru shipyard on TREPANG in Portsmouth, N.H. in 75. Qualified (SS) SKATE, STURGEON and LOS ANGELES CLASS. Wonderful crew!!
Woolford, LouisMM2SSAug 29, 1974 – Aug 29, 1978
Anderson, Dave FTG1/SS1975 – 1980Fire ControlDidn't realize how cool the shit we were doing was, or how great a crew we had, until years later in myNavy career. Even then, it didn't really sink in until years later how fortunate I was to work with some of the best.
Kline, CharlieET1(ss)Jan 1, 1975 – Apr 15, 1979Navigation & Electronic SurveillenceSome great memories...shipyards, southern runs, Med trip in 1976, Spec Ops...we did it all. Great bunch of guys.
Cokayne, HaroldSTS3 SSApr 1975 – Sep 1977SonarThis was First Sub I qualified on and was and was done in 8mos
Huffman, SteveTMSNApr 1, 1975 – Apr 1, 1976TM
Cote, RobertMS E-4SSMay 1975 – Aug 1978Supply
Minnick, John WesleyMM1 E6Jun 1975 – Oct 1978M Division
Leaming, JackMM3Aug 10, 1975 – Mar 18, 1976M DivI was in the yards at Portsmouth (Kittery ME) on the barge. Only made a few shakedown cruises. Great crew. Capt Perkins was there and lived with Dean Betts and a few others. Lots of good memories as time passes.
Wirkala, AllanICC (SS)Oct 1975 – Oct 1977EngineeringRetired in 1977 as COB
Bertrand, RonSTS1Nov 1975 – Jan 1978Sonar
Ringwood, DonQMJan 25, 1976 – 1979nav.I too was aboard for the hijacking fiasco, and for that little nervracking northern run with the spooks.
Becher, RobRM3(SS)Mar 19, 1976 – Sep 25, 1979RadioGreat med run bicentenial (76), St. martin was fantastic except the wave that came over the weapons hatch & we took on water. Mopeds in Bermuda. Times in Ft. Licquerdale. QM Pete. STS-Saha, England. Our crew ROCKED!
Taylor, Bruce/rockTM2SSDVApr 15, 1976 – Jul 17, 1979Weapons/torpedoWe were the hots running sub on the east coast . there wasn't a better boat or crew. Remember the Beach party at La Madalaina Italy? We are the best, Miss you guys!
Hubbard, Rick (Hub The Nub)EM2(SS)Jun 10, 1976 – Aug 15, 1980EMAll overhauls
Gosser, MajorTM2Jul 1976 – Feb 1981TMI was on board when some civilians were going to hijack the ship and fire a subrock into New London Harbor - the FBI arrested several individuals.
McDonaugh, Michael  NEWMM11977 – 1982ELT
Dale, JimET2(SS)Feb 1977 – Mar 1981RCGreat friends; earning the dolphins, blue nose ceremony; Ft. Lauderdale/Virgin Islands (thanks, Cdr. Lang), Athens, the crazy schedule, great shoretimes. hijacking attempt was not the scariest - if u know what i mean
Doyle, Oliver / Lee profile iconMM1Feb 11, 1977 – Nov 27, 1978ELT Division
Bigras, StevenYN2 (SS)Feb 18, 1977 – Aug 24, 2000Ship's OfficeGreat crew brought alot of them to Vermont with me. Going to Boston with Chop to see the Red Sox and sometimes wishing I stayed. It's only been 30 years now.
Martin, StevenEM1Jul 10, 1977 – May 10, 1980ELooking back the one thing I truely miss in the friendships that I built. Here is hoping that all of you attending the reunion this May have a wonderful time.
Wirhol, JeffMM2(SS)Sep 10, 1977 – Nov 15, 1980A GangGood Boat, great Crew-We did it all
Ryan, DanENSIGN/LT JGDec 1, 1977 – Mar 1, 1980Supply OfficerOne of the best experiences in my lifetime. Great Wardroom, Great Crew. We ate well, were underway a LOT, and not only survived but excelled.
Hamilton, DuaneET1Jan 1978 – Sep 1982RCA couple years ago I heard a guy telling a sea story. I suddenly realized that he was telling MY sea story about the blizzard of 1978, my first day at sea. He turned out to be a Trepang crewmate.
Power, JackMM3/(SS)Jan 1, 1978 – Aug 18, 1979auxilaryLearned so much! young, saw the world literaly,great memories.
Gillis, OlinMM-2Feb 1978 – Apr 1980Nuclear
Higgins, PatMS2(SS)Oct 15, 1978 – Feb 13, 1981MS
Nichols, James "Bimmels"MM2(SS)Oct 20, 1978 – Aug 18, 1979A Gang
Collins, VicEM2Nov 1, 1978 – Jan 1981Eng
Sharp, ThomasMM1 (SS)1979 – 1983A-Gang
Francis, Anthony (Tony)ET1(SS) NAV ET1979 – 1983NAV (LPO)
Malocsay, ChristopherFTG21979 – 1982WeaponsStill looking for a few old shipmates.
Crawford, Gary Joe "crow"MM2(N)1979 – 1982ELT
Carrieri, Angelo "dago"MM1/SSSep 1979 – Dec 1984A-GangFrom NUB to LPO - didn't matter - We were A-Gang!!!
McGrath, PaulTM2Sep 1979 – Aug 1983wEAPONS

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