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USS Hunley (AS 31) Crew List

The table below contains the names of sailors who served aboard the USS Hunley (AS 31). 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 1160 crew members registered for the USS Hunley (AS 31).

Select the period (starting by the reporting year): precomm – 1962 | 1963 – 1964 | 1965 – 1966 | 1967 – 1968 | 1969 – 1970 | 1971 | 1972 | 1973 – 1974 | 1975 – 1976 | 1977 – 1978 | 1979 – 1980 | 1981 | 1982 – 1983 | 1984 | 1985 – 1986 | 1987 – 1988 | 1989 | 1990 – 1991 | 1992 | 1993 – now

NameRank/RatePeriodDivisionRemarks/Photo
Lukken, Tony (Lucky)EN31975 – 1978MAft Engine room. Also served on the SVC 642 Crayfish.
Hair, Everette (Bear)TM31975 – 1978W-1First Command
Quinn, PaulYN21975 – 1977deckLooking for anyone that may remember me during my ture on the Hunley. Looking for information regarding the ships fire, in the engine room, and several deaths that occurred during that time period.
Wall, JohnE31975 – Jul 1976deckLooking for Arthur (Sony} Castro. WOW! Its been almost 40 yrs. Does anyone remember me?
Owens, GitmoE-51975 – 1979MLooking for Ryan, Ingram, Kiley and others from aft engine room.
Alexander, Ronald C (Slug) profile iconEM2/ELT1975 – 1976Nuclear TrunkSix months awaiting transfer to USS Vallejo. Reworked all hoists in Nuclear Trunk to pass "E" Inspection. Surveyed SC and Florida Beach radioactivity, Discharged radioactive waste at sea, and managed Trunk's airflow.
Lance, JohnE41975 – 1978W3 this was my first ship that I was assigned. had some great times when I was aboard. made a lot of friends. being in weapons I worked with a lot of missile tech, torpedo men, and marines that guarded our spaces.
Hathaway, TerryE3Jan 1975 – Nov 3, 1977cabinet shop/ upholstery shop
Martin, BarryETC(SS)Jan 17, 1975 – Jul 1, 1977Weapons RepairAssigned Assistant to Department Commander during the first year. Then assigned as Special Services Officer for the USS Hunley
Shemek, Eric / RickML FNFeb 14, 1975 – Mar 7, 1977ENGWorked in Foundry Had A Great Time On Board Loved Charleston Would Love To Hear From Anyone From That Time
Gebben, CarlETN2Feb 20, 1975 – Aug 15, 1978Communication2Served the entire rotation during Hunley's stay in Charleston, SC, with Squadron 18. Assigned to ship and squadron communications as well as cryptographic repair facility. Was also part of the refit/rework at the Boston Navy Yard.
Siekirk, RaymondUSS HUNLEY AS 31Feb 28, 1975 – Mar 3, 1977I WORK IN SHOP 38 ALFA AS A MACHINEST MATE
McAvey, Shawn "mack"EM2Mar 1975 – Oct 1978EWorked in both ships Electric shop and EOS main propulsion. As electricians we had many oportunities to work all over the ship in and with several other divisions. Good times and memories.
Duvall, Gary profile iconSA/E2Mar 5, 1975 – Jan 16, 1976DECKLOOKING FOR SOMEONE THAT WAS ON DECK WHEN ANOTHER SHIP WAS BEING PULLED ALONG SIDE OUR SHIP THE HUNLEY, WHEN THE MOURING LINE SNAPPED KILLING A SAILOR ON THE OTHER SHIP.NEED HELP FROM FELLOW SHIPMATES WITH THIS.
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Harrington, Ronald/harry2ND CLASS ENGINEMENApr 1975 – Oct 30, 1977worked in the after engineroom.general quater station in damage control central.came onboard after serving on the uss gilmore for a year.
Taylor, BradleyHT2May 1, 1975 – Nov 1, 1978DCBo, Mac, Burtsell, Cooper, Greene, Maitland, Derocher (The Most). You guys always kept me laughing! What a bunch, what a time. Sr. Chief Duncan with that laugh, too. Danny Snyder, Art, Fast Bob & Petoom. Whew!
Smith, Les (Smitty)EN3May 29, 1975 – Sep 9, 1977R-5rad con rangers forever,
Cooper, JoeHT3Jun 1, 1975 – Nov 10, 1977Damage ControlMy 1st ship. Loved Charleston. Remember "Harry and Dales" in Goose Creek? Thanks to Chief Duncan, Allison. Shipmates: Bolsega,Mac,Maitland,Smitty etc.
Fairbanks, JohnSEAMAN RMJun 1, 1975 – Sep 1, 1976CommunicationsWhat's up Rich and the rest of the Radioman
Puckett, WarrenHM3Jul 1975 – Jun 1977MedicalLearned a lot and had a good time meeting great guys.
Hammond, BretEN 3Jul 1975 – Jul 7, 1977Boat ShopIt was a great crew.
Jones, JohnMM1Jul 1975 – May 1977R5Radcon Shift Supervisor
Brown, JoelPC3Jul 10, 1975 – Feb 18, 1978XServed my time in the Post Office. Great times and good memories. Loved Charleston and think of her often. Love to here from some of the fellows...Pete, Jerry, Manny, Joe, Fergy and of course that lady killer from Ky.
Marchetta, ArtyEMFNAug 22, 1975 – Jan 1977EFirst ship best ship great memories
Jackson, DanielMT2Sep 1975 – 1978W4
Compton, Wes-boats-bos'NWO1, CWO2Sep 14, 1975 – Aug 4, 1978Deck Dept.Served with super professional BMC's. Two of two promoted to Senior Chief. Both promoted to Master Chief before retireing.
Desormeaux, Jim / DizzyEN2Oct 1975 – May 17, 1980M DivOil KIngs, injector shop, then the Aft engine room.
Honeycutt, AndrewEM 2Nov 1975 – Jan 1979R-3
Desormeaux, Jim (Dizzy)EN2Nov 1975 – Jun 17, 1980M DivOil kings, governor & injector shop, Aft Eng rm.. I' spent the last 16 years in the reserves finally made Chief.
Tennant, GeorgeTM2Nov 27, 1975 – Jul 19, 1976W-1
McClelland, Jim/macHT-31976 – 1979DCHUNLEY WAS AT WEAPONS STATION WHEN I REPORTED .CHIEF DUNCAN CHIEF ALLISON AND ALL MY SHIPMATES LEAHY / TAYLOR /BO MAITLAND/MCKISSACK/COOPER/DAVE IF THERE IS A REUNION I 2008 WE HAVE TO GO .ALWAYS MAC 315 342 4430
Warren, JoeEM31976 – 1978R-3Ahh Charleston . Weapons Station. Proud to have served with such a great bunch of guys. ( party animals) ! Worked out of the rewind shop.
Dewey, CarlEN31976 – 1980
Grimes, T. BruceHT31976 – 1977R5
Bute, AlanSH31976 – 1978SupplyWorked on vending machines and in Ship's Store.
McGowan, JohnENGINEMAN 3rd Class1976 – Oct 29, 1977A GangI came aboard the Hunley during a transfer because my oldest son had meningitis, I transfered from the USSJAFurer DEG6 it was going to the Med.
Payne, BobEM 3Jan 1976 – Mar 1979EShips Electrician, Main Controller-man in EOS, boarded in Charleston went to Ft. Lauderdale, Boston, Norfolk, Coco Beach, Rio, Chilie, Pearl Harbor, Apra Harbor Guam and flew back to the states in 79. A lot of great times.
Payne, BobEM3Jan 2, 1976 – Apr 25, 1979E-DivBoarded in 76 at Goose Creek, traveled to Norflok, Ft. Lauderdale, C.Canaveral, Boston, Brazil, Chilie, Hawaii, and Guam. Duty Electrician during Forward Engine Room fire in 77, worked Elect shp, Boat shp, EOS & Sply PO
Morrow, KevinIC2Jan 15, 1976 – May 15, 1979R3 Electrical Repair IC shop, Main deck, Port SideBoarded in Goose Creek, made it to Guam. Anybody heard from Eddy Lewis? Had a blast on Hunley. Got out in '79, went back in in '80. Got out as a chief in '89. Living in NC, married 30 years now. morrke@gmail.com
Linscott, WesRM3/RM2/RM1Feb 1976 – Jan 1980CRWorked in Radio Central. Made the transit from Charleston to Guam. Came aboard RM3 and left as RM1. It would be great to hear from old shipmates.
Qualls, StephenMR3Feb 1976 – May 1979 R-2 shop 31A inside Machine shop I do it again, Good friends and lots of work.
Dillehay, RandyE-4Feb 1976 – Aug 31, 1977RepairI worked in the welding shop. I came aboard the day before We sailed down to Port Everglades. I sure did hate the ruben sandwiches when We worked 7-12's. I hung out at Goose Creek and the Cotton Club.
Lamb, MikeE4Feb 15, 1976 – Feb 15, 1978S3I was a barber in officer's barber shop
Owen, Richard/gitmoEN2Mar 10, 1976 – Feb 10, 1979MAft engine room. Me and Harry-O (Harrington) ran the place. Anybody 'member the fire in Fwd engine room?
Witham, ScottEM E4Mar 15, 1976 – May 15, 1979EOSCross the Equaitor and International date line while on the hunley on the way to guam.
Hoff, GaryHT3Mar 17, 1976 – Jun 7, 1977R-1 carpenter shophad agreat time good freind like to get back in touch with them
Borja, DonaldMT2Mar 19, 1976 – Mar 25, 1978W-4I was stationed aboard the Hunley in Charleston S.C. and was a Missile Technician. Had a chance to work on the navy's biggest Missile. We pulled into Fort Lauderdale in the summer of 77 and had a good time. Hope to return to Charleston one day so
Philpot, RobertHT 3Apr 29, 1976 – Aug 15, 1978R2sheetmetal shop had a great time there and made some great friends still in Maine remarried and loving life give me a email guys Remember the Hunley GILLY GILLY great chow huh
Smith, PatENCMJun 1, 1976 – Mar 1, 1980M DivCame aboard in Charleston. AFT ENG. ROOM CHIEF. WHEN IN GUAM M DIV LCPO.
Kern, JeffreyMR3Jun 1, 1976 – Oct 2, 1977RadconTraded duty station in my last yr w a Chris Horsley,I was assigned to his div.Radcon...Had great time w John Wolinski from Minn ..Mccoy..an bunch of other great guys...loved Goose Creek..Santee Cooper river Area
Stults, Charles (Chuck)TM-3Jun 10, 1976 – Jul 3, 1979W-1I am trying to find anyone on the ship with me during this time that remembers the death of crew mate that was killed by a conveyer shaft below the freezer decks. I need the month and year this happened.
Boyer, JohnEN2Jun 16, 1976 – Jul 12, 1977M
Bolsega, JohnHT3Jul 1976 – Nov 1979DCA GREAT EXPIERIENCE. I WISH I COULD DO IT ALL OVER AGAIN.
Goff, Brendan (Pudgy)MMCAug 1976 – Apr 1978R-2 X-38 Outide Mach. ShopWouldn't change a thing
Fischer, DonMR2Aug 30, 1976 – Aug 15, 1978R-2
Jackson, JackOS 3Sep 1, 1976 – May 25, 1986Opserving under a senior Captian we saw many ports and even beat the great carrier 65 in a war game that took only 45 minutes. fun times and great memorys
Starner, KeithMT2Sep 2, 1976 – Sep 2, 1979W-4
McGowan, JohnEN3Sep 28, 1976 – Oct 28, 1977A-GangI went aboard the USS Hunley for one year after my son was born with Spinal Meningitis, My previous ship the USS J A Furer DEG-6 was leaving for the Med. so I transferred to stay with my son.
Ottey, Joseph OtteyRMSA/SN/RM3/RM2Oct 6, 1976 – Mar 3, 1980CR
Glahn, DavidBM2Oct 15, 1976 – Aug 18, 1980Deck
Adams, SidSTGSNOct 16, 1976 – Oct 1, 197767 GH1 st ship.... was shocked a few years ago when I was flying over the gost fleet and saw her in the james river..,.since been scrapped....XO CDR Meaux thanx for the thanksgiving dinner in 76..hope I spelled yr name right...
Scott, SteveHT3Nov 1976 – Jul 1978r2Charleston and goose creek,great memories.
Lundon, Robert /bobMS2Dec 25, 1976 – Sep 1, 1984MSwould like to hear from any other MS from that time I know a couple have passed away I would really like to hear from MS Brian Bean if he is still out there

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