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USS Pollack (SSN 603) Crew List

The table below contains the names of sailors who served aboard the USS Pollack (SSN 603). 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 92 crew members registered for the USS Pollack (SSN 603).

Select the period (starting by the reporting year): precomm – 1976 | 1977 – now

Cornell, John David (Jack)EN21961 – 1965MNew construction, long hours, thank you Captain Harvey Lyons.
Schneider, DickMM 1 (SS) on Pollack, LCDR at retirement1961 – 1966Engineering Lead ELTBest time of my Naval Career. Was 'forced' to shore duty which went well, but never got a sea billet again. Met up with the Commissioning Crew men a few times. Those were good times.
Wread, JoeIC3Apr 1962 – Sep 1964IC
Cagle, Richard CagsQM 1 (SS)Jun 15, 1963 – Nov 15, 1966NavigationServed under Harvey Lyons, one of the fineist Submariner Seamanship Commander in the Atlantic Fleet. Also with QMCM (SS) Ed Dumphy that led me to advance to CPO rank in near record time
Patterson, Daniel (Pat)TM2(SS)1964 – 1966WeaponsGood boat had some fantastic times aboard.Mr. McNamara I believe you were engineering officer when I left the boat in OCT. 1966. Whatever happened to LT. Joe Farrel?
Higgins, FredEMC(SS)1964 – 1966EGood boat, excellant crew, rewarding adventures in the North Atlantic
Richardson, FredIC2(SS) Nuke1964 – 1966IC(Nuke)Great opportunity, great leadership! Most proud of Frank Kelso and Harvey Lyons’…….two fine Officers and Leaders! Mr Kelso went on to be Fleet Admiral and led the War Effort in Desert Storm! I tried to follow his career!
Aldridge, TerryET1(SS)NUKEMar 1, 1964 – Oct 1, 1968Reactor OperationsPlankowner
McNamara, MichaelLTApr 1965 – Mar 1967NAV/OPSGood boat, Great crew! 2 special ops, 2 NUC's THX Capts H Lyon & P McDonald
Crawford, BrintonEM1(ss) NUKEApr 1965 – Nov 19, 1969EngineeringGreat experience and shipmates. This experience sent me on my way in a career in engineering. I am a graduate of South Florida, registered PE in 25 states, and presently a senior principal in an engineering firm.
Dangerfield, Jack (Crash)SCPOEMCSep 19, 1965 – Dec 15, 1970EMDIV&EWSCO'S McDonald & D.D.Boyle. Enjoyed my time on Pollack, enjoyed my time off even more. Had a great crew. Living in Summervile,S.C. Great place. Jo Ann and I have made all of the reunions so far.\, see you in Branson in 10
Mittelstaedt, Don (Gunny)EMCS(SS)Dec 1, 1965 – Jun 30, 1986Electrical & Interior CommunicationsHad a wonderful career mainly because of all the great people who worked for me. Would very much appreciate hearing from them.
Hurt, WilliamE-5Dec 28, 1965 – Dec 20, 1967
Lederle, Jim (Leadline)QM2(SS)1966 – 1968
Lorenz, PeterSEAMANJan 28, 1967 – Jan 28, 1969Had a ball. Qualed the boat and had a lot of fun. Tosio and I ran the seamans gang. We got new monel bolts made for the retractables and painted the emerg bouys. Cost a lot of coffee. The COB oked it. shot a lot of eggs at the machinist.
Kolbrak, KennethE9Apr 9, 1967 – Mar 1, 1989COMMANDMy father Kent A. Kolbrak was the COB of the USS POLLACK all the way to her decommissioning in Mare Island, I know I was there and I'm his son. I want his name added to the list of crew members for this submarine.
Adams, MichaelET1(SS)1968 – 1971RC
Foust, LarryMM1 (SS)Oct 11, 1968 – Jun 11, 1969Engineering - NuclearGood Times considering the division E-9 form hell! Last boat before I got out.
Marlow, MichaelMM1(SS)1969 – 1972M
Lee, William (Bill)FTG-3(SS)Oct 1969 – Apr 1970WepsGreat crew! Great times! Great memories! Live in Savannah, Georgia.
Reeves, TimTMT2 (SS)Nov 1, 1969 – Jun 15, 1973WeaponsGreatest time of my life, the Snake Ranch was unique. Terry, Lathrop, Riley and all the Torpedo gang were the greatest. Left in Charleston to TMT school and later I caught up with the 603 in Hawaii. Great bunch of guys
Culleney, Stu profile iconMM1 (SS/DV)Jan 7, 1970 – Jun 1, 1971A gangWhat a broken down boat it was. Kept us hopping in the Med. and N. Atlantic on patrol. got to see a lot of europe.
Lathrop, WilliamTM2 E5 (SS)Dec 1970 – Aug 1974WEAPONSLong Hours, Good Food, Life Lessons, Great People & Forever Memories.
Holland, Raymond (Mercury)TM2SSDec 22, 1970 – Jul 21, 1974WeaponsJoining the Navy was probably one of the best things I ever did for myself. I learned so much during my time on board the Pollack. I regret not staying in touch with my shipmates. Bill Lathrop still owes me $10.haha.
Thier, AlICC(SS)Sep 1971 – Jul 1974ElectricalCame aboard following the summer trip to the med which was followed by an immediate trip to the Med. Left after several months in the Charleston Naval Shipyard Many good times on this boat.
Rigdon, MichaelBM3/SS/DVMar 1972 – Dec 1974Great memories, Great Friends
Wright, DavidMM1 (SS)Nov 1, 1974 – Aug 16, 1978M-DivLooking back after over 40 years... greatest time of my life with the greatest people I have ever known.
Safrans, JerrySKC(SS)Nov 23, 1974 – Jul 10, 1977SupplyFirst submarine! Igot hooked! Stuck around for 33 yrs and retired a CWO4. Many good memories.
Parker, DavidETN2(SS)Jan 1975 – May 1978Reactor ControlsI first served as Helmsman/Planesman/Lookout from Jan 1975 until we changed homeport from Charleston to San Diego. After that I completed my nuke quals and my ss quals. Worked on the fire control tracking party.
Russell, Keith (Tats)IC1Mar 15, 1975 – Mar 15, 1977FWD ICI rember sound trials when we camo out of the yards. Don't remember where it was but i missed the boat the second day of tests. Got busted from 1st to 2nd and downhill from there. Anyone out there remember me? Look fwd to hearing from you
Mayhugh, StephenMM1 (SS)Jun 1, 1975 – Jul 1, 1979M Div
Mayhugh, StephenMM1Sep 14, 1975 – Jul 28, 1979EngineeringI miss you guys.... say Hi...
Tucker, Charles (Tuck)RM2Sep 27, 1975 – Sep 27, 1977CommunicationsI remember Rob Lawless, Steve Caznave Authur Wooten Chief Kirk Steven Cordell, Lambert ...good memories
Warren, William J Billy NerrawTM2 E51976 – 1979weapons/torpedoes
Coffey, DoyleSTSC (SS)Jan 1976 – 1978Sonar San Diego
Perigard, Mike [rabbit]QM2(SS)Mar 1976 – Dec 1979navigationgreat time, great friends, awesome memories. to all the crew i had the pleasure to serve with, it was an honor.
Bockhorst, BockET1Mar 15, 1976 – Jan 13, 1981Reactor ControlsRO on 603
Atchison, DaveET2(SS)Jun 1976 – Apr 1980ElectronicsGreat crew - awesome memories. West Pack towing - port visit to Chinhae - April Fools joke on Mr. Fossum - explosive bolts, mail bag, Sea Bats and reactor rods with newbies - MINSY and Nanaimo - Andy's Hut- Volker Von
Hoff, Darcy (Paco)MM2(SS)Oct 1976 – Oct 1979Forward A-GANGChange of Command in Guam, Subic. I ran around with Doug Mueller and B.J. Phelps. I remember loading stores and those big reels we had to watch movie marathons with. Jam dive with Brandy on outboard planes and me at helm
Hackett, KrisMSOct 7, 1976 – Jun 7, 1979SupplyThe boat

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