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USS Abraham Lincoln (SSBN 602) Crew List

The table below contains the names of sailors who served aboard the USS Abraham Lincoln (SSBN 602). 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 171 crew members registered for the USS Abraham Lincoln (SSBN 602).

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Mock, BobETN21976 – 1979NavetGreat Crew and loads of fun both in Guam and Hawaii. Remember sinking out in the trench?
Nolden, JamesSTS 11976 – 1979SonarReally enjoyed my time on the boats. A couple hair raising memorable experiences!
Robinson, TommyRMCS(SS)1976 – 1979Operations/CommunicationsSome great guys in the goat locker: Joe Gomez, John Hammond, Dick Kramer, Jim Bird, Dave Stobaugh, George Hudson, etc... Selected for the decom crew, made Warrant, was commissioned and left the boat in Hawaii.
Clark, Ed (Darkcloud)MM2/MM1 (SS)Jan 1976 – Jun 1977AuxiliaryStill Sailing, only now as a Second Officer US Merchant Marine. Living in Scotland, drop me a line.
Hogan, JerryMM2Jan 1, 1976 – Jun 1, 1979A-GangBest crew/boat I ever had the privilege of serving on. CDR Williams as the skipper, and LCDR Beard as the XO -- best leadership a sailor could ever hope for. The Gold Crew was some of the finest men I've ever known.
Rash, Cecil F. "sonny"ET1(SS)Apr 1976 – Feb 1979NAVETMade ETC(SS) & ETCS(SS) while stationed aboard
Szretter, PaulETN-2(SS)Apr 1976 – Sep 1980NAVET
Spargo, RobSTS1/SSApr 1976 – Feb 1981WeaponsMy whole navy time was on this boat. Good friends all... Ride some with Terry Arent (gold - decom) and Georg Wolfe (blue crew - decom). Deloria - Get hold of Arent.
Clites, BillRM3(SS)Jun 15, 1976 – Jun 15, 1978Operations
Turner, GeorgeETN2Oct 1976 – Apr 1979RCI've lost touch with everyone. I live in upstate New York. I would be nice to touch base with anyone who wants to.
Lively, NoelMM2Dec 15, 1976 – 1978M-division
Spencer, JosephE51977 – 1978Quartermaster Navigationgood times. Have Pancreatic Cancer and looking for others.
Deloria, DickMT21977 – 1980Weapons - GoldGreat times-Great friends, Dale Wilhelm, Mike McGuire, Don McClelland, Paul Szretter, Stan Cramer & so many others. Petey how's it going. Terry Arent, old panel wagons Bob Mock falling off the pier in Korea - Priceless!
Kreutzberg, TomRM2(SS)Mar 1977 – Nov 10, 1980RadioSome of the best and worst times of my life, but mostly the best. My crew mates were like brothers to me. We had each others back. Ernie Vonberg, Gene Ratto, Leonard Cates, and Marlin Emswiler are life long friends.
Busch, SidSTS1(SS)Apr 10, 1977 – Nov 16, 1978SONARMy First BOOMER.
Cobb Second Chief Of The Boat, TimSTSSN(SS) Ping jockeyJun 13, 1977 – Apr 10, 1980Sonar shack just outside controlThe Cobb is back. Remember me? Started more stuff on the Gold. 598 class was the best in Guam. Ping jockey you can't forget me. Man they could make a book on me and the stuff that happened that most of you guys forgot.
Bartlett, TimETN2 (SS)Nov 1, 1977 – Feb 28, 1981NavigationGood times and good friends with a great crew all very professional.
Dwyer, RickFTB2 (SS)Nov 15, 1977 – Dec 11, 1979WeaponsHawaii was great, look back with great memories. Definitely the best crew I served with.
Manning, JohnMSSN1978 – 1979OPSI remember almost sinking when we left Guam for Hawaii. I also remember the crazy MM in the lower level swimming and singing as the water ran over the high packs.
Thompson, BretMMFN(SS)1978 – 1979A-GangI truly wish I could do it all again. Not a days goes by that I don't miss it, but still get that 'feeling'...and you know what I'm referring too, the same 'feeling' you all get. Doug Berns, where are you? Hi Cobb!
Losel, JeffYN2(SS)Jan 1, 1978 – 1981Ship's OfficeDecom crew in Bremerton - had some good times there and in HI, Guam - Arent, Spargo, Cisneros, Powell, Cook, Chief Lemay - howdy all!
Hopkinson, John (Hop) profile iconSTSSNJan 4, 1978 –SonarCan't remember everything that happened, just know it was a blast. So headed back this September for my 40th anniversary since landing in Honolulu. Sandy Beach once more.
Arent, TerySTS3(ss)Feb 1978 – Jun 1980weapons/sonarhad blast in hawaii,guam and bremereton...still ride with Spargo quite a bit...livin in ohio now
Wiederholt, Rick (Weed)Sk3(ss)Feb 1978 – Dec 1978SupplyHad fun in Guam and Hawaii and of course Korea. Alot of great memories
Ratto, GeneRM2(SS)Apr 1978 – Feb 1980RadioHey Krutz,David and everyone else. Those were the best days that I will never forget. So proud to be a submariner.
Hofstetter, DavidRM2(SS)Jul 15, 1978 – Feb 28, 1981communications/operationsi served on ss and ssbn but the best crew was the lincoln ssbn 602 gold sure beat the bonefish some of the best times of my life
Powell, JeffRM31979 – 1981RadioBest days of my life- Hawaii. Bremerton, Wa. was another kind of "life" Had a boatload of friends/family. Got to ride my Harley in the Bangor wind with Spargo, Friends, Arent, Cook, Losel, Hofstetter, Stevenson, Denver
Chamberlain, BruceYN2(SS)1979 – Feb 21, 1981Admin, ExecutiveCO was JJ Hyland, III and the XO was CDR G.C. Beard, Jr. YNC(SS) Ken LeMay and YN2(SS) Jeff Lossel. On Decomm Crew in Bremerton, WA.
Knudtson, ThomasMT2Mar 1980 – Oct 1980Weapons Launcher
Arent, TerySTS3(SS)Jul 1980 – May 1981sonar

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