The table below contains the names of sailors who served aboard the USS Bluefish (SSN 675). 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 150 crew members registered for the USS Bluefish (SSN 675).
|Hickman, Dave||ET||1991 – 1995||ET / ESM||Some of the best times of my life were while part of this crew. I transferred off shortly after the move to Hawaii. I will never forget the Med-Runs and the stories that go along with them. Italy was awesome and sometimes I wish I could|
|Esposito, Bob. “espo”||TM3/SS||1991 – 1993||Torpedo division||Great bunch of guys I served with and Bluefish was a great boat.|
|Sistrunk, Eric/otis||IC3/SS||Mar 15, 1991 – May 31, 1994||IC|
|Moody, Sidney||MM2||Apr 1, 1991 – Apr 1, 1995||Engineering||Some of the best years of my life with some of the best guys.|
|Eyster, Donald||IC3||Jun 1, 1991 – Feb 10, 1995||IC||I had a great time aboard the boat met some great guys that I am still in contact with and I will never forget duct tape!!|
|Sulzbach, Rick||FT2SS||Nov 7, 1991 – Jan 17, 1996||Fire Control|
|Brooks, Timothy||FT2/SS||Jun 1, 1992 –||Fire Control||.|
|Bozner, John (Iron Kilt)||MM2/SS||Jun 20, 1992 – Jun 20, 1994||A-GANG||WHAT A BOAT I SERVED ON A FEW BOATS BUT NO OTHER BOAT COULD COMPARE, THE CREW WAS THE BEST I WONT FORGET THE GUYS HAD SOME GREAT TIMES IN A SHORT TIME OBOARD.|
|Friebe, Mike (Nader)||LT||Sep 1992 – Mar 1995||RC/RM|
|Rainier, Jay||FT2(SS)||Sep 29, 1992 – Jul 12, 1996||Fire Control/Weapons||Commisioned in 2002 through the Enlisted Commissioning Program, currently serving onboard the USS Cole as a LTJG.|
|Biddle, Chad||MM2/SS||Nov 1992 – May 1996||F'n Nukes||Isreal, Italy, Cyprus, Italy, Italy, Italy, Barbados, Panama Canal (x3), Guam, Korea, and end up in Pearl Harbor.......What more can I say, it was great!! I am proud and glad that I served with all these great freinds!!|
|Mahoney, Patrick||LTJG (O2)||Jan 1, 1993 – Jun 15, 1996||Engineering||Received my dolphins on the Bluefish at the end of my first WestPac cruise!|
|Holdsworth, David||LT||Feb 1993 – Jun 1996|
|Johns, David||LT||Feb 1993 – Jul 1996||CRA||Served with many great men and think of them often. We covered the globe from Europe to South America and to Asia and created some valuable memories.|
|Horbal, Ron||ET3/SS||May 12, 1993 – Jun 12, 1996||operations||how many times do i have to type this?|
|Raffelson, Doug||STS3/SS||Sep 1993 – Dec 15, 1995||Sonar|
|Forgione, Rob (Vinnie)||RM3||Oct 1993 – Aug 1996||Radio||Left shortly before decommission to become part of USS Olympia (SSN-717). The Oly was NEVER as good as the Bluefish was on it's worst day. Got out in 1997, now living in Keller, TX.|
|Jogerst, William||MM1||1994 – 1996||Auxiliary||.|
|Huerta, Noe||HM3 (SS)||Jun 11, 1994 – May 31, 1996||Deck|
|Genda, Brett||E4/TMS3 SS||Aug 1994 – Jun 1996||TM||I cut my teeth on bluefish served through Decom.|
|Genda, Brett||TM3/SS||Sep 1994 – Jun 1996||TM|
|Genda, Brett||TM3/SS||Sep 4, 1994 – Jun 1996||TM||Wish all the best to a good crew|
There are currently no planned reunions.