The table below contains the names of sailors who served aboard the USS John Adams (SSBN 620). 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 154 crew members registered for the USS John Adams (SSBN 620).
|West, Dustin||MT2||1983 – 1984||Missile / Weps||My second and last boat. SALT I and II did away with all of us old Polaris and Poseidon techs to make way for the new Trident fleet. Now even they are being converted to SSGM. I hope all my old shipmates are doing well.|
|Conlin, Lee||E-4||1983 – 1986||Auxiliary||Longest person to ever mess crank !Ha Ha|
|Brunell, Jeff||STS1/SS||1983 – 1988||Weapons||Remember "the day of the dooky", tactical launch of two topside watch standers, and the all those Dunoon cankles. Good times.|
|Grondin, Pete||EM1||Jan 1983 – Jan 1986||E-mail from old friends welcome|
|Dan, Degregorio||STS2||Jan 1983 – Oct 1986||SONAR|
|Bowen, Charles||MS 3||Mar 1983 – Nov 1986||supply||Realy do miss the navy.|
|O'Brien, John "O.b."||MS3/SS||Jul 1983 – Oct 1983||Supply||I made my last patrol on the James Madison becore I got out, and was ordered to make a short patrol on the John Adams. Does anyone remember the Portugal stop? And partying with the Portugese Marines that were guarding our ship? Drank all their win|
|Henderson, John||MM-1(SS)||Sep 1983 – Jul 1985||Auxiliary||Gold crew.|
|Brown, Johnny||TM1 - TMC||Jan 1984 – Mar 1987||Torpedo|
|Marshall, Thomas||E-4/ MM3||Feb 16, 1984 – Feb 25, 1988||A -GANGER|
|Robinson, Chuck||FTG1||Jun 1984 – Jun 1988||Weapons||Made some good friends but have lost touch with all but one. Bummer.|
|James, Tony||IC2(SS)||Sep 1984 – Mar 1989||IC||Sure wished We were all still sailing together. Those were the days. Retired ICC(SS) 24 years. Working shop 67 PSNS were I sent her to rest in 1989.|
|Jorfi, Lou||MT1||Sep 1984 – May 1986||Missile|
|Gustafson, Wade (Gus)||EM1||1985 – Feb 1988||E-DIV|
|Tonn, David||LT||1985 – 1988||Electical||Was the Electrical Officer when I first came aboard and the became the Assistant Weapons Officer and Nuclear Security Officer|
|Rathbone, David||E6||Jun 14, 1985 – Sep 29, 1987||IC|
|Walker, Lo||YN||Sep 1985 – Aug 1988||Executive|
|McGough, Richard||ET-1||1986 – 1987||Inertial Navigation||Only on board for a short time due to EAOS. Fine crew. Interesting missions. Narcoleptic Navigator.|
|Young, Robert||IC3/SS||Nov 1986 – Mar 1989||IC||Am working as an IC electrician at Umatilla Weapons Depot Oregon|
|Young, Robert||IC3/SS||Nov 1986 – Mar 1989||IC|
|Irby, Kenneth||MT2SS||1987 – 1988||Weapons|
|Manning, Digger||IC2/SS||Apr 24, 1987 – Sep 20, 1989||Engineering||I Would enjoy hearing from old shipmates. email@example.com. Put John Adams in subjectline.|
|Campbell, Rick||LT(JG)||May 1987 – Mar 1989||TM / RL|
|Anderson, Todd||EM1SS||Jul 1987 – Mar 1989||E Division||Was on ther decomissioning crew in Bremerton Washingtonm\|
|New, Troy||ET3||Mar 29, 1988 – Jul 1, 1988||RC||I turned 21 on the flight over to Holy Loch Scotland. Qualified as a Reactor Operator, Electrical Operator, Electical Auxiliary Rover, AMR2 Watchstander, and Submarine Service Quals, Shutdown Reactor Operator, etc..|
|Bollinger, Tim(Doc)||HM1(SU/SS)||Apr 1, 1988 – Aug 13, 1988||Medical Department||My first and the boat's last patrol. Had 2 Weapons Inspections, CDR George Jurand CO, said God sneezed and caused him to f--- up, left his safe open when we had finished the patrol. The MT's taped the CO, XO & ENG|
There are currently no planned reunions.