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USS Greenling (SSN 614) Crew List

The table below contains the names of sailors who served aboard the USS Greenling (SSN 614). 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 203 crew members registered for the USS Greenling (SSN 614).

Select the period (starting by the reporting year): precomm – 1969 | 1970 – 1975 | 1976 – 1982 | 1983 – 1988 | 1989 – now

NameRank/RatePeriodDivisionRemarks/Photo
Allen, VernonRM11970 – 1975Radio
Berg Donavin, SparkyTMCM(SS)Jan 7, 1970 – Feb 2, 1974weps/cobdove deep and come up dry,god is good
Jim, ChaseMM2Feb 18, 1970 – Jul 1, 1972MM
Thompson, DavidMM2Jun 1970 – Oct 1973M
Patterson, GaryIC2(SS)Dec 7, 1970 – Dec 7, 1974Forward IC Gang
Friebel, BruceTM31971 – 1973
Joppich, MarcMM21971 – 1973A GangIf anyone was on the Deep Dive, I was there...we took it to dry dock in Portsmouth/Kittery Shipyard...I was Transferred to a WWII Destroyer in Newport, RI for the duration of my enlistment -September 1975 I’m in Michigan
Patterson, GaryIC2 (SS)Mar 12, 1971 – Dec 7, 1974Forward ICRetired and living in New London County, Connecticut
Heysek, WilliamMM1(SS)Aug 1971 – Aug 1974Machinery
Picazo, Esteban (Ed)MM2(SS)Sep 1971 – Apr 1973Engineering (propulsion)The 1972 Med cruise was an awesome experience.
Striler, DennisMM3ssSep 10, 1971 – Dec 1, 1974auxillary machinistjust curious about some of my old shipmates
Hepp, PaulSTS1 (SS)Oct 15, 1971 – Jun 5, 1975Sonar/WeaponsWorked w/ Noodles,Smitty, Goode, Single Ping Pete, Young, Nimms, Butler, Chief Shipp, Shoe, Goody, Chief Bradshaw, Gregg, Dolan etc. Made 2 1/2 Med runs, was present for deep dive.... good times.
Guillette, DennisIC2 (SS)Nov 10, 1971 – Sep 27, 1973Forward IC
Eaton, Anthony E51972 – 1975NucTony passed away at age 43 of cancer and left behind a huge amount of pictures that he had taken. I hope to post them here for your enjoyment.
Danny, WatsonMM3Jan 1972 – Jun 1975A-GANG
Perkins, KlausTM3Mar 1972 – Aug 1975Torpedo
Young, SteveSTS 1Mar 10, 1972 – Mar 9, 1977SonarCame aboard boat as a STS3 and left as STS1. Would love to hear from some of my old shipmates
Forgey, HerbQM3SSApr 1972 – Jan 1974
Riddle, DonaldETR2(SS)Jun 15, 1972 – Apr 1, 1975Forward ETHated that "Heat of Battle" Plotter designed by LCDR Plummer, the Navigator, but he was a Great guy.
Christopher, JohnLCDR, SC, USN (RET)Sep 1, 1972 – Apr 21, 1975StorekeeperReported as the SK1(SS). 2nd boat, 1st Fast Attack. SUPER tour. Chop LTJG Jay Koehler, COB TMCM(SS) Berg & MS1(SS) Jim Marsh taught me so much. Did the "Deep Dive". Exciting times during Cold War. Great boat. Miss the excitement
Knoten, BrianTM31973 – 1974
Knoten, BrianTM3SS1973 – 1974TM
Kostlan, DougMM1(SS)1973 – 1977Machinery DivisionELT and Fire Control MK66 Operator (a nuke on MK66)
Smith, JeffEM1 (SS)Feb 1973 – Jul 1976Eng/E-DivJust turned 65 and retired. Thinking back 40 years to those days on Greenling: Med runs, ops south, Middy runs during the summer, spook ops! It seemed we were at sea most of the time. Food was pretty good as I recall.
Devries, CurtisCS3(SS)Apr 1973 – Aug 1976Supply
Nims, DannySTS1Jun 1, 1973 – Oct 20, 1979WEAPONSWOULD LIKE TO HEAR FROM OLD SHIPMATES.
Duzik, RayFTG-1 (SS)Jun 10, 1973 – Sep 15, 1977Weapons
Humphreys, MichaelMS3 (cook)Aug 1973 –supplyMS 1 Red Marsh (MS1, Cook), Critis Devries (MS 3 cook), Michael Humphreys (MS 3 cook) Neal Griffiths (SR cook) S Charlie Weaver (MS2 cook, reported aboard when Red Marsh retired) It was a great time serving with these
Ondo, JosephTMCM/SSAug 18, 1973 – Jul 17, 1978weapons
Wallace, TomTM2(SS)Nov 1973 – Nov 1974Weapons
Dolan, Jr., EdwinSTS2Feb 25, 1974 – Mar 26, 1976SonarSonar gang was STSCS Al Shipp, STS1 Dave Butler, STS2 Steve Young, STS2 Paul Hepp, STS3 Brooks Goode. We had two very successful deployments during this two year period. Great boat and crew.
Malley, RichardET1(S)Mar 1, 1974 – Jan 25, 1997Engineering
Weaver, Forrest profile iconms3 ssJun 1974 – Oct 1976cook/stewardhad the most fun , with a great group of sailors. would love tol get together again for a reunion 1
Hartzler, Tracy profile iconTM3/SS/DV1975 – Nov 1977WeaponsJoined the boat in Italy in late 74 or early 75 . Served during a couple of North Altantic and Med runs and left the boat in drydock in 77. Shared torpedo room with Chief Joseph (COB), Chief Joe Ondo and TM1 Billy Cross.
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Gorman, RoyRMC(SS)1975 – 1978OperationsGreat crew--Great boat.
Burns, MichaelFTG SN SS DVJan 10, 1975 – Jun 6, 1977WEAPONSANYBODY ON BOARD THE SHIP JULY 2ND 1976 WHEN THE PIPE BROKE TO THE REACTOR & IN NOV. 1976 SEVERAL CREW MEMBERS HAVE DIED OR HAVE SERIOUS MEDICAL CONDITIONS IF YOU WERE ON BOARD THE SHIP DURING THIS TIME CONTACT MICHAEL BURNS 619 8652604 LAWSUIT PEND.
Range, DanielETMar 1975 – Jun 30, 1978RC
Hebert, JoeE-3Mar 1975 – Mar 1975mm
Plantz, ThomasMM1Mar 14, 1975 – Nov 6, 1978MachineryMade cruises to Med, North Atlantic, and Caribbean. Memorable visits to La Spezia Italy, Bergen Norway, Glasgow Scotland, Bridgetown Barbados. My wife got a job in Barbados and we have wintered there for the past 5 yrs
Carey, AlanSTS-3/SSJul 1975 – Oct 1977sonar
Carey, AlanSTS-2(SS)Jul 1, 1975 – Sep 15, 1977WeaponsLove to reminise about Teamwork 76.
Ambler, BobQM3Jul 10, 1975 – Apr 15, 1976oppsWas part of the 1975 med run and trip to Barbados

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