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USS Virginia (CGN 38) Crew List

The table below contains the names of sailors who served aboard the USS Virginia (CGN 38). 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 437 crew members registered for the USS Virginia (CGN 38).

Select the period (starting by the reporting year): precomm – 1976 | 1977 – 1979 | 1980 – 1981 | 1982 – 1983 | 1984 – 1985 | 1986 – 1988 | 1989 – 1990 | 1991 – now

NameRank/RatePeriodDivisionRemarks/Photo
Valerie Mullikin, Former Name: Valerie Campbell1991 –I am the former wife of OS1 Iain Campbell and am looking for friends we have lost touch with. I am currently married to ET1 Steve Mullikin, Retired.
Bullard, BrianMS31991 – 1992S-2/S-5
Malnarick, BernieMM31991 – 1993M1Rest in peace.....decom crew....
Vinzant, SteveCTR1(SW)1991 – 1994OTWhat can I say..... other than some of the best times I ever had was with my shipmates of The Virginia.
Brown, DavidET21991 – 1994ECA lot of good memories
Cockrell, OjIC31991 – 1994IC
Gordon, PatrickFCC1991 – 1994CS
Sapp, StephenPetty Officer Second Class1991 – 1994Damage ControlmanProud to be a Veteran of the US Navy.
Revette, JerryET21991 – 1994RCGreat memories with a good group of guys.
Perez, Eddie "Jose"NCC (SW/AW)Jan 1991 – Apr 1994Career CounselorAll in all; my last ship tour and the greatest of ship tours. I miss the entire crew. I don't believe two many who served '38' can say they weren't proud of their ship and shipmates. Best wishes to all Virginia sailors past and pres
Hiester, BrianFC2 (SW)Jan 1991 – Nov 1994CFI had some of the best times on board. Hope everyone is doing well.
David, RobyFC2Jan 1991 – Sep 1994CFWas a good stepping stone in life. Had a good time while I was there. Been in Alaska since I got out. Retiring in a few years. Hope everyone is doing well!
Crouch, ScottE-3/SNJan 1, 1991 – Sep 1, 1993ODCrossing the equator was one of the most repugant and painfull events in my life. However, I would do it all over again if I could.
Hamblin, Thomas / Tommy Mr.muscratE7/ESOPJan 1, 1991 – Dec 15, 1993USMCThe Pig was without a doubt, the pride of all bubbel-heads to ever to sail. This Bubble Head Deeply regrets Such a Fine Ship to be discom.
Marquez, MarcusOS1 (SW) Retired USNRJan 7, 1991 – Oct 14, 1994OIFirst and only ship great memories Semper Tyrannis Great memories of being a true Sailor USN
Martin, Dksn Marlin "kilo"DKSNJan 11, 1991 – Sep 1, 1993supply 4looking for all my boyz watson randolph mcclinton shay jones kango stokes stewart james e turner. we were young and wild. i have 6 kids yall . 5 babymamas too ! write me at 1367 gilman ave sanfrancisco cal 94124.
Abel, John///catfishTM2Jan 18, 1991 – Jan 20, 1994CAThe screaching of a fishing boat getting run over, to the jolt of bouncing our sonar dome off the pier. Almost getting restricted cause I wrote a note to the CSO and left it in the torpedo magazine during the shellback ceremony eve. Thanks
MacK, DarrielOS2(SW)Jan 21, 1991 – Sep 30, 1994OIMy first cruise was aboard. I had a great time and made alot of good friends while onboard. I can still remember when we had to stay in Suda Bay for 45 days. The BEST ship that i have served on!
Richardson, TomMS3Feb 23, 1991 – Dec 17, 1993S2
Luksetich, TimET2Mar 1991 – Aug 24, 1994Reactor ControlsI have the fondest memories of all the Caribbean cruises looking for drug boats. Good times...great men...wish the ship was still around to take a tour of....
Neameyer, Martinmm3Apr 1991 – Oct 1994A-GANGMy time in the Navy was some of the best times in my life. Desert storm and the Drug wars. What a crew we were. would like to go back to the Caribbean. On a cruise with my wife.
Vega, LuisSKCS (SW)May 1991 – Apr 1994S-1OMG did I run a ton of miles and burned up a few pair of sneakers on that baby! Still waiting for Sup/Doc/Chap 2 carry their " FAT Asses" and catch up with me! Jose Perez was not far away! Virginia Beach area 7573351252 hit me up.
Andrews, Anthony (Drew)Rm 3May 19, 1991 – Aug 13, 1994CommunicationWow. Hard to believe it has been over 15 years. What happen to Hollywood, Hot Rod, Eddie Ray, Lloyd, Singer Chris, Will, Vidal (Lou Diamond Phillips), the Signal Men, My boys the cooks.
Camilleri, TonyMM2Jun 1991 – Oct 2004M-2
Simpson, KevinGMC(SW)Jul 1991 – Aug 1993CO
Carter, DavidBM3Jul 14, 1991 – Dec 27, 1993DECKLooking for any Information on BM3 Tim Watson.
Brandicourt, HarryLTAug 3, 1991 – May 25, 1994A-Gang - RTA
Hilterbrand, RobertYN3Sep 1991 –AdminLoved this ship, decommisioning was a sad day for the Navy. Had great times in ports, and made good friends.
Smith, JamesMM1(SW)Sep 16, 1991 – Dec 29, 1994Auxiliaries DivisionI was the Leading Petty Officer for A-Division with MMC Brown and ENC Bennett and my Chief Petty Officers
French, DougHT1(SW)Sep 22, 1991 – Jul 1, 1994RepairGreat Ship, Great Crew. Gone before her time
Cappuzzo, Donald "Cap"SKCSSep 25, 1991 – May 17, 1993S-1I really enjoyed being on the Virginia, I had a great time right up to the better end, it was a sad day to see her decommisioned and then ripped apart.
Huston, JoelLTOct 21, 1991 – Nov 14, 1994M1, A
Griffith, AndrewMM3Oct 31, 1991 – Jan 22, 1993AThe best times of my enlistment were on this ship. I miss the lifestyle at sea and miss the duty aboard her.
Reed, Jon M.E-3Nov 1991 – Apr 1993SHOULDA STAYED IN.
Reed, MikeE-3Nov 9, 1991 – Jun 17, 1993
Inman, GeorgeMM21992 – Nov 1994M-2This was a fun time, I wonder where everyone is. After I left the Virginia I went to the Arkansas (CGN-41)and realized how good the VA was.
Kentner, BobEM11992 – 1995E
Taylor, Shaun (Big T)MM3Jan 1992 – Jun 1993Good days indeed! Out and in, Out and in, some days we felt like a piston! We had a damn good crew though. Left our mark from the Panama Canal to NOB!
Gibowicz, MichaelMMJan 1992 – Mar 18, 1994A-gangTrying to slowly reconnect with people.
Taylor, ShaunMM3Jan 1, 1992 – Jun 23, 1993AWould love to watch her beat the South Carolina into Gitmo one more time!
Kleinhenz, MarkLTMar 28, 1992 – Nov 10, 1994S1, S2, S3, S4Fond memories! See you all at the commissioning of the next Virginia in 2004.
Cappuzzo, Donald "Cap"SK1Jun 16, 1992 – Sep 16, 1994S-1Great ship, I hated to see her go. Being part of the DECOM crew was the sadest thing I ever did in my Naval career. I really enjoyed my tour.
Bankson, KenCS1(SW)Jul 1992 – Dec 1993SupplyFood Service Division
Kershman, DavidE-5Jul 1, 1992 – Mar 1, 1994E-DivNot much to tell 3 kids, 30, 22 & 7: 3 women. Plenty of fun in between. Swore I'd never go back into nuke power after the Nav but Here I am. I am an instructor at a nuke plant. Good hours, good pay and not too much B.S.
Nelson, KevinSNJul 24, 1992 – Jun 28, 1994OD / DECKBachelor's Science SIUC (96-00) Masters Business Administration UOP (00-03) Now consulting with Accenture.
Pennington, JimBM3Aug 1992 – Nov 1994od
Melendez, JoeyO-1/O-2Aug 1992 – Feb 1994OD1st LT. Great Ship / Fantastic Crew. I miss you guys.
Eldridge, Travis/ The ClawCTT3(SW)Aug 2, 1992 – Apr 14, 1994OTThanks for all the memories
Odom, TravisfiremanSep 1992 – Apr 1994a-ganghey guys-the equator crossing was a blast. as fate would have it-I married a girl who was stationed at gitmo when we tore up the barrel club. I also work with fn carter(craker) now-we work together.
Dunhoff, BretCTR3 (SW)Sep 1992 – Sep 1994OTSitting in my office and was asked about the old "War Pig". Started looking to see what eventually happened to her and all the old times came back. Damn shame she had to go the way she did. Good Times....
Blackston, Wadell(Black)Ships Serviceman 3rd classOct 1992 – Sep 1995S-3As most people that served on her,i must say she was the one.First ship out all ways and could start and finish a war if she had to.Learned what it was like to be sailor and saw the world.I WILL Never for get her!
Kippley, AdamMMC)SW)Oct 22, 1992 – Nov 29, 1994M-1/RTOf the crews I served with, this was the best. I never felt more accepted than I did on the Virginia. Thanks guys.
Cameron, BruceCTRSN(SW)Nov 7, 1992 – Mar 10, 1994OCGreat tour onboard the Virginia.
Stinemetze, JeffMM2Dec 24, 1992 – Nov 1994M-1Good ship, good crew, good times. Bernie, if I see you, I'm going to punch you in the mouth. :-) Just kidding. You too, Inman.
Oviatt, JohnET2(SW)1993 – 1995Reactor Controls
Malnarick, BernieMM31993 – 1995M1Rest in peace.....
Smith, MichaelSNMar 1, 1993 – Apr 1, 1994ODThe Virginia was a great place to start. Left the Navy as a BM3 in 1996 off the Ashland. Came back in 2000 and now stationed in Great Lakes. Does anyone know how o find Bill Morgan?
Hammack, JayBM3Apr 1, 1993 – Sep 29, 1994Deck
Henderson, CecilSTG3Apr 1, 1993 –CA
Dawson, RickyFCJul 1993 – May 1994CF
Tomme, Mike profile iconE6/ET11994 – 1995CEProud to Have serve in the U.S. Navy and would do it again if I could.
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Velasquez, MelEM2(SW)May 2000 – Apr 2004RE

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