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USS Nathanael Greene (SSBN 636) Crew List

The table below contains the names of sailors who served aboard the USS Nathanael Greene (SSBN 636). 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 228 crew members registered for the USS Nathanael Greene (SSBN 636).

Select the period (starting by the reporting year): precomm – 1968 | 1969 – 1973 | 1974 – 1976 | 1977 – 1981 | 1982 – now

NameRank/RatePeriodDivisionRemarks/Photo
Brannen, DougIC3 (SS)1974 – 1977
Walker, Normfn1974 – 1975ic
Scott, Dalestsc1974 – 1976sonarb
Vanstry, BobMM1(SS)Jan 1, 1974 – Jul 1, 1976EngineeringGreat experience and great friends.
Johnson, RonaldETN2Feb 1974 – May 1976REACTOR OPERATOREARNED MATTRESS BACK AWARD FOR MORE THEN 72 HOURS IN THE RACK WHILE AWAITING DETERMINATION OF ROD POSITION GAUGE ERROR DURING A REACTOR SHUTDOWN DRILL
Zeankowski, JosephQM1SSFeb 1, 1974 – Mar 15, 1977Operations
Beckwith, DaveMMC(SS)Mar 1974 – Nov 1980AuxiliaryMM3 to MMC(SS). Lifelong friends/shipmates and memories from the Nasty Nat.
Marchand, GerardETN1SSApr 2, 1974 – Mar 8, 1978NAVAGATION
Boynton, CharlieTM 2 (ss)Apr 8, 1974 – May 8, 1979WeaponsMade some great friends and served with the best crew in the fleet ! I always look forward to our reunions ,wish they could be more often , Tom Carr always does a great job . My best to all you shipmates !
Sutton, SteveE4May 1974 – Jun 1977SupplyWas a good old girl and the only other woman in my life.
Roberts, Dwighttm1May 11, 1974 – 1977weapons
Cabral, GilbertMS3Jul 1974 – 1977Supply cookBest bunch of guys I ever served with... I retired as MSC after 13.5 years. They put me out because I went deaf.
Nutter, RandallMS/SN/SSAug 26, 1974 – Jul 26, 1981supplythe psychedelic man / who cooked on ssbn 636 and ssbn 616 and ssbn 659 served 12 years goes to electronic tech. school and served ssn 595 my new name is prof. randles psychedelic tompkins at p.o. box 18010 spokane, wa. 99228 phone is 509-701-5683
Adler, SteveMM 1 SSOct 1974 – Nov 1978A-Gang
Bickler, Charles (King)YN1(SS)Oct 10, 1974 – Jul 10, 1977adminbest years of my life.
Fauver, DennisSTS2Nov 15, 1974 – Oct 1, 1979OperationsWorked way through mess cooking striking sonar and made E-5 before leaving, enjoyed every minute of her
Coons, KennethMM3SSNov 17, 1974 – Nov 18, 1977A Gang 5 patrols on blue crew
Giuliani, RonET1(SS)Dec 15, 1974 – Aug 12, 1978RC7 patrols
Davis, GaryETN21975 – 1980Reactor ControlsFond memories of the "Nasty Nat". Always wondered where everybody ended up. I stayed in the nuclear business. Became a senior reactor operator at TMI. Now living in Florida waiting to retire.
Knepp, RonaldRM3(SS)1975 – 1978Radio
Carroll, WilliamMM11975 – 1980M-DivGreat boat, great crew
French, Michael/frenchieMT-2Jan 1975 – Dec 1978weaponsBest boat I ever rode. Best people I have ever known. Best time I ever had. Hardest work I ever did. Those times I will never forget, wish I could turn the clock back to those years.
Hand, GregJan 1, 1975 – Jun 24, 1976After going to the first reunion, I was reminded and blessed to have served on a great boat with great people.
McDevitt, Chuck "Bigmac"MT 3 - MT2(SS) Feb 10, 1975 – Aug 10, 1979Missile DivisionRetired as MTCM(SS) after 30 patrols on three(3) other boats. Last tour was at NTC/RTC Orlando
Roberts, DwightTM1Apr 22, 1975 – Nov 1, 1979Weapons-TorpedoEach patrol was long, with a girl waiting at home I couldnt wait to get off. Reinlisted for 4 yrs shore duty. miss the oat and crew.
Sanchez, AlvinSK2May 1, 1975 – Nov 10, 1977SupplyMy best buddy was a cook MS3 Chuck Cockcroft. Man could that guy cook. I remember a Xmas patrol when we made raisin jack and stored it in some poly bottles in the supply lockers throughout the ship. It sure had a nasty taste.
Smith, LeroyMT3 - MT1Jun 1975 – Nov 1980MissileGreat Times. Great Shipmates! Took the boat into overhaul in 79 and left before sea trials. Ended up working for Electric Boat as the Weapons Supervisor in Bremerton, WA. and the first ship I saw cut up was the Greene. Sad days then.
Parsons, SamMidshipman 1st ClassJul 1975 – Aug 1975Diving OfficerJoined this boat as a midshipman for a patrol and qualified as Diving Officer. Learned a great deal that served me well as an officer later aboard Ulysses S Grant Blue. Great ship and a great CO in Kerry Gentry. Thanks!
Streeter, BillIC1(SS)Sep 10, 1975 – Nov 2, 1979IC
Gruber, SteveMM3/SSDec 2, 1975 – Nov 12, 1977A-GangGreat memories, funny I can remember those times like yesterday & not remember what I had for dinner last night! Stopped by to look at the sail yesterday and the memories came rushing back like a tidal flood. Honored to serve with the best.
Gray, Mark "Mort"ET2Dec 16, 1975 – Sep 21, 1978Navigation ElectonicsFish 'n chips in Dunoon.
Davis, GaryE-5/ET1976 – Sep 1980RC
Trask, MattEM1 (SS)Mar 1976 – Apr 1979NukeGreat people but few good times at sea. Still have nightmares about cleaning those MG's. 6 hours on watch, 6 hours working, 6 hours off, repeat for 75 days. Loved the 30 days R&R, and living at the Route 2 Ranch.
Leiren, JimIC1/SSMar 1976 – Mar 1981ElectricalIt was a memorable period of my life. I served on 4 patrols out of Holy Loch and one mission prior to overhaul in Newport News Shipyard. Had some great E-div shipmates and many more.
Stabley, MikeRM2(SS)Mar 23, 1976 – Oct 1977CommMy tenure on 636 was limited. My first duty was on land in Sigonella, Sicily where I made most of my friends like you guys mention about your experience with "the boat". But, the nostalgia is well worth it!!! Go Blue!
Gilson, Michael RayIC1/SSMay 1976 – Jun 1981Ah, the good times: working out in the missle compartment, Dunoon Dollies, apple jack hootch stored in the bilge, blue-nose in the mess decks, fish and chips, the mail buoy, and the last breath of fresh air before bringing down the IC suitcase
Petersen, PaulLTJun 1976 – Jun 1979O-gangSonar/1st LT, Electrical Div, Communicator
Jeffreys, E. WayneLtjg/LtJul 1976 – Sep 1978SupplyServed as Supply Officer; off crew office Groton, CT, Deployed from Holy Loch, Scotland; boat assigned to Sub Sqdn 14 (embarked) aboard USS Holland at that time. Later returned to Holy Loch on board USS Hunley(AS-31).
Como, DavidTM3Jul 1976 –TORPEDO ROOM GOLD CREW
Smith, Wayne KirkETCS(SS)Aug 15, 1976 – Mar 1, 1981NAVETI had some of the best times of my life on the Nasty Nat. Great crew members. Spent a lot of time when I was requalifying with Carl Hyatt and Freddie Hooker. Made Chief and Senior Chief while there. Many great memories.
Johnson, TomETSep 1976 – Jun 1981RC4 patrols - Holy Loch, 1 overhaul - Newport News, VA, and weapons testing - Port Canaveral, FL. After the Greene, I spent my remaining enlistment at Great Lakes. In October, 1982, I went into the reserves.
Dmjones54@yahoo.com, Cecelia1MM1(SS)Sep 1976 – Jul 1982M Div
Williams, James(Willie)ET-1(SS)Oct 1, 1976 – Nov 17, 1978RC
Mehrer, VernICC(SS)Dec 1976 – Jul 1980Best boat and tightest crew ever of the 2 SSNs and 2 SSBNs I served on! Still in contact with some crew members.

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