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USS South Carolina (CGN 37) Crew List

The table below contains the names of sailors who served aboard the USS South Carolina (CGN 37). 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 924 crew members registered for the USS South Carolina (CGN 37).

Select the period (starting by the reporting year): precomm – 1973 | 1974 | 1975 | 1976 | 1977 – 1977 | 1978 – 1979 | 1980 | 1981 | 1982 – 1983 | 1984 | 1985 | 1986 – 1987 | 1988 – 1989 | 1990 – 1991 | 1992 – 1993 | 1994 – 1995 | 1996 – now

NameRank/RatePeriodDivisionRemarks/Photo
Mulligan, Christopher J.OS1977 – 1980
Ullery, RickIC51977 – 1980ELove to here from anyone in E division of Forward IC
Gray, Craig (Coach)PN21977 – 1980I have never regretted my time on the ship and I have never forgotten my friends.
Ullery, RickIC21977 – 1980E (fwd IC)Good times for a young guy. Love to here from old friends.
Johnson, RonYN31977 – 1980Engineering YeomanI have been looking for all you guys for years. COACH, Bootie email me!!!!
Izyk, FrederickMM31977 – Feb 1981A GANGIT'KIND OF FUNNY THE THINGS YOU COME TO MISS GREAT,HARD WORKING CREW
Leherissier, BillSTG 31977 – 1979ASHad a great time on the SOCAR then went over to the bubblehead side. Met some really great people and saw some awesome places.
Gordon, DanDS21977 – 1984OEMANY FOND MEMORIES OF SHIPMATES AND PORTS VISITED
Chieffo, BillEW31977 – Sep 28, 1978EWGreat memories in the short time I was there. The EW group, DS group, I remember basketball in Norfolk and of course the fire on the Padmini. Dan Gorden, Doug Brown from NJ, so many other faces but I can't remember names
Duhon, JimIC21977 – 1979E2 Meds, South America (Shellback), Germany, England, Dry Dock, Cuba, Galveston. Good memories and better friends. Glad I was there.
Ruben, H.GMG3Jan 1977 – Feb 1979Greatest Shipmates in the world, Hambone from Philly, you still owe me!
Trippett, JamesET1Jan 1977 – Jan 15, 1979Reactor OpsUnderway ops at the reactor controls and engine throttles were absolutely boooring. Great time w/ Capt. Simonton on med cruise of 77/78. We rescued an Indian freighter (USS America got the press for it) and a helo crew. I lost a wife. Allinall great
Herman, John (Jack)MM1Jan 1977 – Oct 1980MSome of my best times and friends.
Wilkins, WallyET1Jan 2, 1977 – Sep 9, 1980RCServed with some great guys and some jerks. Made a LOT of cruises Unitas/MED/IO/North Atlantic. Haze grey and underway. Shipmates see this drop me an email
Barfield, LarryOSSNFeb 7, 1977 – Sep 14, 1979OI2 Med Cruises 1 Med Cruise/North Atlantic 1 South America Cruise
McCollum, MacKE3Feb 9, 1977 – Aug 8, 1980S2 AND 1STRIO, JAGET PADMINI,SHELLBACK,SIMONTON, HAMBONE,BEER THEFT,EGYPT,FLYING FISH,IKE BURGERS,ISRAEL,REACTOR SCRAM,SMOKERS ON THE FANTAIL,IST DIVISION,SPAIN,NESS,CHIEF PEPPER, PLYMOUTH ENGLAND,RAMPINO,VENICE,VILLANUEVA,GREECE, HASH,TANGIERS,GLENN
Martin, DarylSH-3Feb 22, 1977 – Feb 22, 1980sh,bookkeeperhad a great time in the med.
Rosemayer, RoseySH3Mar 1, 1977 – Nov 5, 1980S3good times would'nt trade them for nothing.
Cargill, Showtime--t.c.--tee profile iconSH-SAApr 1977 – Oct 1979S-3Great Ship-Nuke Power- Great Crew--many Memories, many exotic places, had great people who around me-Captain Simonton, most brilliant man I have ever conversed with, guts brains, Soviet Navy trying to punk us, no problem
Triola, TonySTG3Apr 1977 – Sep 1980AS
Nichols, William 'Nic'SK3May 1977 – Oct 1980S-1That was the best time of my life.I only wish I would have realized it then.The men that I served with were the best bunch of guys I've known. Led, Gator, Smitty, Bo, Ruben, and all the rest, You'll always be in my memories.
Knutson, JeffSTG1May 8, 1977 – Oct 11, 1979ASHad a good crew for two Med cruises and Rio trip. Don Tingle, sorry about the shaving cream in your boondockers just before you advanced to CPO. I heard you chuckle.
Rhynehardt, SteveDK2May 15, 1977 – Jun 3, 1981DKlike to hear form doc
Nietmann, KevinLT.Jun 1977 – Jun 1980
Friesen, FritzETR2Jun 1977 – Sep 1980OEGood Memories, Great Shipmates and Cruises!
Anderson, Rich (Andy)MM2Jun 5, 1977 – Nov 30, 1981A-GANG
Peters, TimEM1(SS)Jul 1977 – Oct 1979Reactor ElectricalI only remember the good times, and they were many.
Peters, TimEM1(SS)Jul 1977 – Oct 1980RE
Frederickson, Gregory - Fred HtHT1Jul 22, 1977 – Mar 15, 1982AA division- Repair any thing but the crack of dawn and a broken heart. Ran the DC workshop for a while. Hope all is well and following winds. Rick I -good to see ya buddy.
Abshire, DanielMM2Aug 1977 – Sep 1983
Wandishion, JamesE3Aug 15, 1977 – Feb 11, 1978FT
Tingle, DonaldSTGCSep 1977 – Mar 1980ASLEADING CHIEF PETTY OFFICER. ONE OF THE BEST SONAR GANGS I EVER SERVED WITH.
Frontera, DominicSTG1 RETIREDSep 1977 – Jun 1979ASI remenber the shaving cream incident plus some muttered obsenities. I also remember some very loud revelies in the morning.
Middleton, GlennMM1Sep 1977 – Sep 1981M - 1 PlantI miss the guys and the travel. Remember the great and NOW funny stories from those times. Still keep in touch with Pflieger. I kept machinery history records and was the LPO, 1 Plant, for a while. Texas A&M, MARE.
Weber, BobHT3Sep 1977 – Apr 1981A-GangThinking about all the good times on board ship and liberty calls,sitting off the coast of Iran for 255 days wondering how everyone is doing.There isn't a day that goes by I don't think about my brothers on board ship and what their up t
Brown, Doug profile iconDS1Sep 1977 – Nov 1981ON/OEThis ship spent much of the time at sea during my tenure. I have many fond memories of my fellow shipmates.
Legleitner, FredHTSep 21, 1977 – Sep 20, 1978A-GangThe time of my life, Med-cruise Nineteen years old.Long liberty boat rides.
Whitehead, JeffMM1Oct 1977 – Sep 1979LFond memories of the SOCAR. 2 Med runs. Haifa, Bremerhaven, Venice, Athens & Gibraltar were my favorite ports. Shadowing new Soviet carrier, rescuing crew of burning Indian freighter & steaming through Kithra anchorage made life interesting.
Craig, BobRM3Oct 1977 – Oct 1979CommunicationsHaze Gray and Underway, great memories of those times, ...
Ornelas, JohnnySH2Oct 11, 1977 – Sep 30, 1981S-3Anybody out there know what happened to ocar rameriz from Texas or Tim Valdez from Colorado? Anybody from S-3 or 1st div from 1977 to 1981 e-mail me
Trana, ThomasMS3Oct 15, 1977 – Dec 14, 1981S2
Beers, LarryMM3Nov 1977 – Apr 1979m
Villa, HerbMM2Nov 1977 – Oct 1981MTwo Meds andmy first I/O with no beer. Who would have thought I would miss all that? But a bunch of GREAT memories (and some not so great)
Hollobaugh, BartOS2Nov 1, 1977 – Mar 1, 1981OpsA great life changing experience filled with adventure and challenge.
Skliba, VladimirPN2Nov 10, 1977 – Sep 25, 1979XMost beautiful ship I served on in my 20 years
McGivney, ThomasGMM3Nov 25, 1977 – Jun 27, 1981weaponsstarted in 1st div too much of a party had a great time and went to G div and had a great time also. Miss it sometimes such a easier life. The one thing I will always remember is "Haze gray and underway" God Bless to all I served with,
Douglas, LarryOS2Dec 5, 1977 – May 12, 1981OIIt was some great times in the Med and the IO...
Coker, James W.FTM3Dec 8, 1977 – Jun 7, 1980CFGood Times with 'Ole BS Simington'

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