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USS George C. Marshall (SSBN 654) Crew List

The table below contains the names of sailors who served aboard the USS George C. Marshall (SSBN 654). 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 409 crew members registered for the USS George C. Marshall (SSBN 654).

Select the period (starting by the reporting year): precomm – 1967 | 1968 – 1970 | 1971 – 1973 | 1974 – 1976 | 1977 – 1979 | 1980 – 1983 | 1984 – 1986 | 1987 – 1989 | 1990 – now

NameRank/RatePeriodDivisionRemarks/Photo
Wright, KevinETN21974 – 1976NavigationSome great memories, especially when we left Holy Lock in the middle of a major storm.
Dunn, KellyTM 2 (SS)1974 – 1977TorpedoArrived 3/74 and was promptly assigned to the Seaman gang under TM 2 (SS) Jim Temple. I was invited to strike for TM and started standing Room watches . Eventually left the 654 as a TM 3 (SS) for a San Diego Diesel Boat
Wright, Kevin profile iconETN-21974 – 1976NavigationOne of the best experiences of my life. This was the result of the quality of the men I served with, good shipmates and great friends.
Dunn, KellyTM 3 (SS)Feb 1974 – Feb 1977TorpedoMade 5 patrols out of Rota, Spain. Served in the Seaman Gang prior to serving as a Torpedoman under Jim Temple. Served as Small Arms PO. Also served on the SS 572, SSN 604, SSN 668. Live in Kansas City Married since 1980 - 3 sons.
Dunn, Kelly profile iconTM 2 (SS)Feb 1974 – Mar 1977TorpedoServed with Jim Temple and Chief Messler
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Scherfling, Jim (Doc)HM2Mar 1974 – Mar 1976Medical
Fischer, Paul/fishSTS-2/SSMar 12, 1974 – Nov 17, 1977SonarDave Rich, Dan Randall, Brian Gibbs, Mike Brown J.D.Brown,
Gray, Joseph MM1(SS)Apr 1974 – Jan 1976Engineering - Nuke LandDidn't realize how much I missed my shipmates until I was long gone...and didn't have any contact info :-(
McFarland, TimothyMT1Apr 1974 – Sep 1978MissileBest group of Submariners I had the honor ofserving with!
Casella, RaymondETR2 (SS)Apr 1, 1974 – Mar 15, 1977RCThe Marshall was my first boat. I served under John Patten.
Simpson, WymanTM3 (SS)Apr 12, 1974 – May 15, 1977TMIt was a once in a life time experiance. One I will never forget
Brennan, EdMM1 SSJul 1974 – May 1977
Norene, Jamestm3ssJul 11, 1974 – Aug 25, 1977torpedo go quad ballshad some good times on the boat.seaman gang was a blast and somethings got to be said about mess duty.went on as non des and tammy waynette took me under his wing and taught me good.rember henery hernandez henerys atomic
Schmidt, TerryMM2 (SS)Jul 20, 1974 – Aug 1, 1977AuxiliaryMade 6 patrols, including the visit to Faslane, Scotland in November 1975.
Andresen, MarkFTG2 (SS)Sep 1974 – Sep 1976Weapons
Vines, Pat profile iconQM2 (SS)Nov 1974 – May 1977Navigation/QMSpent 3 years on the "GeorgeFish" Gold Crew .. wouldn't trade those days for anything ! I have lots of "Sea Stories" to tell my kids :) I'll never forget the BEST Food (Surf & Turf) or the State 5 Seas ! :(
Lapointe, FrenchieMM21975 – 1979A-GangMy first "Nuc" Came from a diesel boat to here. Great crew and good times in AMR #1. Had a lot of fun and learned how to brew wine from the Rock.
Gram, MarkSTS2 SS1975 – 1976Sonar
Jones, SamMM2 (SS)Mar 1975 – Jul 1977A DivRota Rootin' with Brennan and Hoppe. Still see Chief Rubright in FL. "Saluting" the P-3 off Cape Cod. Went to 'wrong' club in Edinborough '76. Invasion of the B Girls. Greasin the ET. Makin wine w/ C Gloe in KOH bottles
Winter, DickMM2(SS)May 1975 – Nov 1979"A"Had a great time on the ole George C. Would have liked to have seen her one last time before she hit the scrap heap!
Winter, RichardMM2(SS)May 1975 – Nov 1979Auxiliary
Glogg, DanielTM1May 3, 1975 – Nov 10, 1979WeaponsBest crew and duty sta. I had should have stay. Shore duty sucked!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Denton, ThomasETN2 (SS)May 15, 1975 – Aug 15, 1979NavigationMy Qual Boat - ROTA Rooting! Check out my website: submarineart.com e-mail me direct if you want a discount or just want to say hi! WE NEED TO GET A REUNION SET UP! Went to Capt Patton's f uneral a year or so ago -
Rogers, DanaRM2Jun 15, 1975 – Jul 30, 1978Operations
Reese, DonQM-2Oct 16, 1975 – Aug 28, 1979Quarter MasterI loved my 4 years and 6 patrols on the Marshall. My favorite chief was Chief Brown....HEY Brownie haha
Deegan, ClarenceSTS 2(SS)Jan 4, 1976 – Dec 10, 1978SonarWould like to hear from any one who i served with J D Brown, MD Brown, Paul Genco, Paul Fischer
Landtiser, MikeMT2/SSJan 10, 1976 – Jul 1980Missle
Early, Jim profile iconSTS3 (SS)Feb 1976 – May 1977SonarHad a very interesting time-qualifying, doing clean-up ship, standing topside watch. I am still looking for Mike (Mad Dog) Brown. Would love to hear from him. 615-512-9023
Vallieres, EdwardSTS3Feb 4, 1976 – Mar 17, 1980sonarhello to bruce dowd bobby mossing rick kline ski david bellaire jimmy comfort and all the other guys
Coon, BrianETCMar 1976 – Oct 1983Reactor ControlsWild Bill McGonegal LPO - Townsend division members Rude/Stout/Casella/Holz/Schumann/Donnelly/Morey Friends - Berkebile/Cantrell/Kronauge/Howe Summer picnic at Hammondassett - lobsters
Dowd, Bruce (Hump) Blue CrewTM4 (SS)Apr 1976 – Aug 1980WepsNothing but great times on that boat. 7 great patrols. Started out in Rota and finished out in Holy Loch. The picture below was taking in crews lounge April '77 in the Med. What a bunch of fucking Non-Quals we were. Even Mr. Hodges.
Reece, Guy profile iconMM1/SSApr 1976 – Nov 17, 1980M Div/ELTThe GCM command held many positive experiences for me. Self-Discipline, friends and teamwork to name a few. It was the job I liked the most; it was the family separation that wasn't so good. Come to the Reunion in Aug.
Farnham, JamesMay 1976 – May 1979Great boat. Retired from Marshall.
Krohn, FredET1May 1976 – Jun 1981RCGreat education underway in engineering. Much better than being drafted in Army... I still remember fixing the Sundstrand, ship's word processor, and source range detector wires.
Mick, RobertMS2Jun 1976 – Aug 1979Supply / MSLots of great people... crew and officers. frequently recall the experiences I had.
Lesser, SteveET2(SS)Jun 1, 1976 – Nov 18, 1978NAVET
Napurski, Greg / SkiSTS1/SSAug 9, 1976 – Nov 29, 1981WeaponsCould never forget Capt McGonegal nor R.L. Mushen and the green pen. Unforgettable was the Engineer who uttered "we don't have flooding on my watch" as the main induction tube was open to sea.
Bethune, MikeMM 3Sep 1976 – Oct 1978A GangMaking wine with little rock, bob perry and Ricky Kline. Grew up a lot during this time period, crazy half way nights. Liberty in Rota could be a long night followed by long work days.
Schumann, JohnET1(SS)Sep 1, 1976 – Oct 1, 1981RC
Davies, TomTM4Sep 17, 1976 – Jan 17, 1978
Carroll, SteveENS - LT(JG)Dec 1976 – Feb 1979Supply OfficerGold Crew. Now Navy Retired.

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