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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 | 1978 – 1979 | 1980 | 1981 | 1982 – 1983 | 1984 – 1984 | 1985 | 1986 – 1987 | 1988 – 1989 | 1990 – 1991 | 1992 – 1993 | 1994 – 1995 | 1996 – now

NameRank/RatePeriodDivisionRemarks/Photo
Allen, TimothyHT1(SW)1984 – 1987Qualified surface warfare specialist under Capt Ernest.
Gilman, PeterFC1(SW)1984 – 1990FoxServed aboard as Phalanx Systems Technician.
Mahr, Larry (Skid)EN-21984 – 1986A gangHello all Still to this day remember all the fun we had and I still keep on touch with a few of you.
Lindquist, Clint (Lin-squid)1984 – 1987
Harper, Doug/dougie Fresh/harpdawg profile iconOS31984 – 1987OI Div.I remember our div. as the biggest partiers on the ship rivalled only by 1st div.,wreaking havoc on the beach but damn good OS's underway,with exception of work parties of course.
Beyer, WayneET1 / ET1984 – Sep 1988RCOne heck of a ride! Lots of good memories on the SoCar and all the places we visited.
Andrade, ToddSTG2 - STG11984 – 1986CAAnyone heard from Bigley, Ramaley, Munger or DB (Dave Bell)? Great Med deployment in '84 with a lot of good memories-splicing the main brace; steel beach picnics; shooters with Antalya (Turkey) PD.
Lee, RaymondSH31984 – 1988Supply
Couture, SteveET11984 – Dec 29, 1986RC
Miller, RichardDS31984 – 1987CSMed Cruise 85 Hurricane Cruise St Croix
Gray, FreddieRM3Jan 1984 – Jun 1987ocIt's been a long time!!
Foster, KevinCTT2(SW)Jan 1984 – Jan 1987OTLearning experience that was invaluable.
Deeg, ScottE - 3Jan 1984 – May 5, 19851st I remember cuba getting drunk throwing up on the master at arms bunking under my bunk then getting moved the next morning. all the good times I have been on the wagon 3 years as of March 3 2014
Kaczmarek, DonnCTO2(SW)/CTO1(SW)Jan 1984 – Mar 1987OTMy first ship. The Mighty SOCAR hold a very special place in my heart.
Foster, KevinCTT2 (SW)Jan 4, 1984 – Jan 1, 1987osEnjoyed my time aboard the SOCAR.
Fox, DelynnBM2Jan 8, 1984 – Mar 8, 1985DeckI was a Seaman in Deck Division and Now in NCHB-4. I am in currently serving in Kuwait.
Hatton, ScottSKSFeb 1984 – Sep 5, 1985SupplyI had a great time, lots of good memories of friends, Chris Smith, Mike Likens, Steve Smith, Ron "The Twister" Black, Ernie Belcher, Chris Bath,and many more,I miss you all
Hatton, ScottSK/SNFeb 1984 – Aug 1985SupplyGood memories from the SOCAR. Good friends too, like Mike Likens, Chris Smith, Steve (dogpile) Smith, Ron (the twister) Black and Ernie Belcher to name a few. Where are you guys now?
Smith, SteveHT 3Feb 6, 1984 – Aug 14, 1987RI think of this gray ship on moon less nights. You remember, when it takes a half hour to see your hand two inches from your face. Or the night the Nimits pass while we where at flank speed.Still--life is better, for me at home in KY.Dog pile anyone?
Lane, LarryOS2Feb 15, 1984 – Oct 24, 1987OIHello shipmates! IF you remember me and want to say hello then by all means drop me a line via email. - lal
Wickham, KenCTAC(SW)Feb 20, 1984 – Feb 28, 1986OTOne of my best tours. Great crew, great ship.
Beltz, TerryEM1 (SW)Mar 1984 – Feb 1989RESoCar kicked off my 32-year career in nuclear power. Spent 7 years of my life working on the SoCar - 4 years onboard and 3 years as an STE refueling her. Crew and travel opportunities made it a worthwhile experience.
Rutz, JosephMM2Mar 15, 1984 – May 10, 1986RLGood people and party times. Good to see some familiar names out here. Hope your all doing well! Still in Nuclear Power at Indian Point along with Kurt B. from RL. Mike D. from RL is no longer with us but god bless his sole.
Hout, RobertGMM3Apr 1984 – Jan 1987Worked on the fore and aft Mk-13 Missile Launchers.
Lindquist, Clint (Lin-squid)BM2Apr 1984 – Nov 1987Operations DeckLooking for other "Deck-Division people from 1984-1987
Gasch, JimPNC TO PNCS(SW)Apr 1984 – Jun 1987XTwo Mediterranean and one NATO North Atlantic deployment.
Sizemore, BrianET1Apr 1984 – Feb 2, 1988RCHad some great times. Got to see this awesome world! Family separation was the worst part. Proud to have served our country.
Sizemore, BernieET2Apr 1984 – Feb 1988RCEnjoyed the days and nights. Not so much being a single guy in the nuke world after homecoming from deployments. Got to grow up and see the world at the same time. Can't ask for much more than that. SOCAR SUPERSTAR!!!
Gamble, Scott profile iconEM2May 1984 – Jun 1988RE
Woodard, Jim (Woody)FC2May 28, 1984 – Nov 15, 1988CF
Johnson, RandyOS2Jun 1984 – Jun 1987OII got to the Socar as a OSSN and left as a OS2. I worked in CIC as Surface Sup and Qual'ed as a CIC Sup. Master Chief Ray Ercel Mason taught me how to 'tune the 10' the right way and it was always fun to watch him and CWO Foster get in rin
Lee, RaymondE4Jun 1984 – Apr 1988S3looking for anyone who served on board 1984-1988,had some great times, sure do miss the SoCar.
Lee, RaymondSH3Jun 1984 – Apr 1988SupplyFond memories, good times , Med Cruise '85 and "87
Lee, RaymondSH3Jun 1984 – Apr 1988SupplyFond memories of the SoCar, will never forget my Shipmates Look forward to hearing from anyone who served on board from 1984-.1988.
McGee, JohnLTJul 1984 – Aug 1985MedicalI was the Medical Officer on SOCAR. Boy, there was a lot of fun before the TWA hijacking. I followed it with a two year tour at Rota,Spain and that was a blast.
Ray, KeithEN 1 SWJul 1984 – Aug 1989A DIVLPO of EAO2
Wallace, Marc "wali-wall" WsocQM2 SWJul 14, 1984 – Mar 11, 1988NAVBest time and friends I ever had. Chief Mo, QM1 Henry, QM3 Lester, Staten, Romero, Love you all
Reisenbigler, TimothyOSSNAug 1984 – Jul 1986OI
Perez, 'wilfredo "willie"PN2Aug 10, 1984 – Mar 1, 1988\"X\"If anyone knows about ET2 Luis Bonilla, please let me know or let him know to e-mail me at this address. A what's up to everyone one and stay in touch.
Morton, KevinEM2Sep 1984 – Jul 1987RE
John, LeimannIC1Oct 1984 – Oct 1989EGreetings all. Socar, thanks for the ride!
Call, Jamessm3Oct 18, 1984 – Oct 29, 1989OClONG TIME AND GREAT ADVENTURES AND NEW FRIENDS. gIVE ME A CALL SOME TIME 904 563-4993
Wyatt, RichMMCOct 30, 1984 – Apr 13, 1993RMserved on CGN 37 and CVN 69 as well as BUPERS
Padeni, ScottMM2Nov 1984 – Apr 1985EngineeringServed from the Fall of 1984 to the Spring of 1985. Tour ended prematurely while in the Med as a result of a severed ACL ligament in my knee. A great ship and I was sorry to leave her.
Call, GregSM2(SW)Nov 18, 1984 – Jun 28, 1989OCGreat times miss you guy's. My first ship 5 years on board and no regrets. Retired now give me a call I live in Jacksonville Fl now. (904) 563-4993 Fair wind and following sea's to you all. God Bless
Lane, JimLTJGNov 20, 1984 – Jul 1987CG, 1st, NAVTerrific memories -- seeing guys' names on this list brings back memories!
Harrelson, StreachHT2Dec 1984 – Mar 1986had a lot of fun son the socar and learned a lot too
Stammen, DougRM3Dec 1984 – Jun 3, 1987OCHad A great time, learned a lot.

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