US Navy Crew List

– Reunite with old Navy Buddies –

326625 entries available online. Add yours!
2 users currently logged in and 73 visitors active.

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?

Looking for US Navy memorabilia? Try the Ship's Store.



There are 410 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
Buford, ChristopherSTS2(SS)1987 – 1990SonarBest Damn Group of Guys Ever.
Boertjens, CarlETC(SS)1987 – 1990RC
Corle, DanTM21987 – 1989TM
Saros, DavidMT2Jan 1987 – Apr 1991wepsI had a great time with great friends like Jim Mason, Bob Kupel, Dave Luck, Russ Lauver, MTC Gary Fisher, Chuck Lazar and all those other FTBs. Scotland had lots of fun if you went looking and we did. we hated it there but miss it now.
Einwaechter, VitorMS3 (SS)Apr 1987 – Jun 1989Supply
Starnes, CharlesCAPTApr 1987 – Nov 1989COGreat crew, many fine adventures. SSBN of the Year for 1992.
Poe, DanMM1May 1987 – Aug 1989MachineryGreat crew. I learned so much from everyone. I am still a Nuke working for engineering consulting company.
Hall, TerryMM2/SSAug 1, 1987 – Jun 1, 1991AMy only ship. Served in A-Gang. Present for the failed ORSE, flooding from the head valve, drydock in Holy Loch, patrol with only one CO2 scrubber (still feeling the effects). I can still rebuild a HPAC in my sleep. Naples was fun.
Musgrove, BruceMM1/SSAug 1, 1987 – Nov 14, 1990Reactor Laboratory /M-DivSone good times some bad times. Fire in the diesel drill on the mid watch, flooding in the fan room when the head valve stuck open. Flooding in control and almost losing three people taking a wave over the sail
Casey, BrianSTS2/SSAug 20, 1987 – Feb 1, 1992SonarBest Damn ship in the Navy. Was my first and only boat, wouldn't have it any other way. Hovey, Hubble, Cushman, Buford, STSC Watts, Walker, Mobley, the Doc and capt. Peters were great. Hope to hear from some of the guys sometime.Best nucs and Nav-
Roby, RickEM1(SS)Sep 1987 – Feb 1992EWas aboard for the failed ORSE and flooding from head valve. Ah, the good times.
Acor, DonnyFR-MM2Nov 23, 1987 – Dec 1, 1990AGANGBy far the BEST command I was ever at. (THAT was the REAL NAVY)some of best people ever (ie Chuck Hollowingsworth, DJ Smith, Johnny Gaydos, SKI, MMCS Miller,Wayno,Dieth,Mobley,Scotty Alley,DOCJohnson,RileyGreenwood, Jack Blackstone,Don Pratt,Lucky
Coomes, BobEM1/SS1988 – 1991ElectricalGold Crew
Zielinski, Cliff / ZE-5/ MM1988 – Oct 30, 1991MachineryOnly boat, Good time now that we are out, still in Nuclear power cannot escape. Z
Benson, BensonET2(SS)1988 – Sep 12, 1992We always made the best of each patrol. Alot of great memories and friends were made.
Irwin, RobertMT3/SS1988 – 19927 patrols , Decom crew , BULL 3RD!!
Swallow, ChrisTORPEDOMAN E- 31988 – 1990Had a great time. Rem when Capt ran the boat into the tender, all that damn flooding, and the HPAC and scrubbers always going down. Definitely not a job it was and adventure!
Mort, EdwardMM41988 – 1992MM
Vecoli, JohnEM1(SS)1988 – 1990ElectricalAll boomer sailors should come from fast attacks, how else will you realize how good you have it?
Stone, AaronMT21988 – 1988Missile DivisionServed TAD on this boat to qualify subs, which I did. Had a great port call in Plymouth, England. I was assigned to the 617 Alexander Hamilton which was in refit in Bremerton, Washington. I really enjoyed my patrol.
Sharp, DouglasQM2/SSJan 8, 1988 – Jan 28, 1992Nav/Ops
Elliott, JeffreyTM2(SS)Feb 15, 1988 – Dec 18, 1990TorpedomanSome of my fondest memories of the Navy was experienced on board this Boat.
Lazar, ChuckFTB2(SS)Mar 1988 – Sep 1990STRAT WEPS
Asper, CharlesET2/SSMar 1988 – Dec 1990ROHows everyone? This is a good thing, had some really great times!
Esteves, StevenMT3Mar 19, 1988 – Aug 17, 1990weapons
Horner, DonMT2/SSApr 2, 1988 – Sep 10, 1990MissileRemember the good times, good crew, 1st and only boat. Great times
Jones, PlugMM3May 28, 1988 – Dec 24, 1990MM'sstarted off deckhand went to galley to get initiated to the crew, thanks Dave Taylor, MS1..I'm still looking for my brother Edward Allen Mort! I learned that we have lost our brother Strick, RIP
Priest, LukeRM2?SSJun 1988 – Jun 1991navshe was a good ship. I enjoyed my time onboard. I wish iI could go back to sea on her.
Lee, WilliamSTS 2/SS/SWJun 1988 – Sep 1991Sonar
Gonzales, Dennis (Gonzo)FTB 2/SSJun 1988 – Jun 1989WeaponsMy second boat; We had a good crew and the guys I met were great. Sure didn't like it when I was on there, but the crew made the time pass. I miss those times now that I am much older...
Rumschlag, BillET1/SSJun 1, 1988 – Jul 28, 1989NAVLeft active duty 1989, retired from reserves 2003 as an ETCS. Live in Newport News.
Juchnik, SteveSN (SS)Aug 1988 – Mar 1989Corpsman StrikerSome of the best times ever...Beasley...Hounddog..Doc Johnson....Chief Big Ears!! Now I'm an LT!! Who knew?
Doten, KurtMM1Aug 1988 – Jan 1992MSure had fun with you guys. Still a Nuke, SRO at Hope Creek. Been a Seabee reservist since getting out. I've been in Iraq for the past 4 months! Only 1 more year to go to retire. Can't wait!
Sohl, RobertMT 2Aug 28, 1988 – Mar 16, 1992Missile Tech.I served On Board the U.S.S. George C. Marshall
Adams, DougLTNov 1988 – Jun 1992MT,FTB,IC,A5 Patrols, Decommissioning Crew,
Kelledes, JackEM21989 – 1992EBest crew I served with. Lots of good times and memories. We worked our tails off to keep this ship working as good as could be. Like Donny said, THIS is the REAL Navy. Hope all you guys are doing ok.
Sinkowski, PeteFTB21989 – 1992Fire ControlWhat a ride we all had on this fine Navy vessel! She treated us well and we all made it home in one piece,some of us anyway! Scotland was a freakin' blast! As was our port calls to Nova Scotia and Coco Beach.I'll always remember you guys!
Darpino, AndrewMM21989 –EngineeringWas a privilege to serve with such a great bunch of guys! I am sure Dunoon misses us as much as we miss her too ;) Hope everyone is well.
Woodis, EdwardET2(SS)Feb 1989 – Jan 7, 1991NavigationThe best boat and the best crew in naval history was the USS George C Marshall Gold Crew. That was the best submarine the navy every had.
Tharpe, ElvesterE-4Feb 1, 1989 – Dec 4, 1992supply
Nunn, MarkET1(SS)Mar 1989 – Feb 1992Reactor ControlsBlue Crew, this was the worst command I have ever served at in my career. C.N. Starnes (Gumby) was a real shit head. Currently Unit Supervisor at Turkey Point at Florida Power and Light in Miami.
Maavich, StevenSKC/ssApr 28, 1989 – 1992StoresThis by far was the best command I was honored to serve on. Many late nights with A-div helping to keep the old girl up and running. One of the best Crews ever, and made you proud to be a Submariner
McCauley, DonFTG 1/SSMay 1989 – Sep 1992FT3 Chiefs that were on the ROAD program. I thank them for showing me what not to be. It was a good time. The GCM was the best.
Hunt, SteveIC2/SSMay 1989 – Jul 12, 1992IC
Smith, ChrisTMSNJun 1989 – Sep 1991
Sullivan, Michael (Sully)SN/YNJul 1989 – Aug 1990yeomanSome of the best times i ever had . the best guys i ever knew. i will never forget glassgow.
Lukaszeski, JeffreyQM 2/SS BLUEJul 10, 1989 – Apr 10, 1992QMWhat wild time, will never forget seeing shrimp swimming in the fan room through the dead-mans-glass, and downing a beer IRT the GCM ind/mast in Holy Loch, Noa,Tony,George, Gray(NC pretty-boy), Jerzy-Jim and the rest of the RATPAC.......
Glenn, MikeET1(SS)Aug 1989 – Apr 1992RCMy only ship, but the best group of guys I've ever worked for or with - period. Benson, Van Doren, Gregg, Asper, Doten, Mergner, Carmody, Downey, Brown, Richardson, Peters, to name a few. I'm sure I'll remember more after I post this.
Comorote, JimET2Aug 10, 1989 – Sep 22, 1992NavGood times. I can't say I miss the boat, but I certainly wouldn't mind passing some pints around with the crew. We should have a reunion in Dunoon.
Taylor, WarrenQM3Sep 1, 1989 – Aug 1, 1991nav/opsmany great memories.some good some bad. Thank you Capt Peters. i still use your quotes. Best crew in the world
Helms, ChetCAPTOct 1989 – Sep 11, 1992CO
Powell, RickET3Oct 1989 – 1991NavigationI have fond memories of my time on the Marshall, flooding, mattresses over the battery well, taping up dink mess cooks and going to Capt mast over it.... good times. Miss all of you the Blue crew
Pacheco, JoseSN/YNOct 15, 1989 – Feb 1, 1992YNGreat memories of this pig, especially the people and the rainy days standing Topside Watch in Scotland. I guess back then it didn't seem as much fun as it seems now. I learned a lot of my English on this boat.
Lamb, CharlesE-3Oct 16, 1989 –QMHad a blast there with everyone !
Antal, WayneFTBNov 1989 – Jan 1991WeaponsGreat experience. I will forever be linked to the guys that went underway with me. Great friendships and great memories.
Lafond, EricSTS3Nov 1989 – Jun 1992SonarGreat group of guys....Decom crew was a lot of fun!

Register and add yourself to the Crew List of the USS George C. Marshall (SSBN 654).

Report an offensive or inappropriate entry.

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

↑ To top of page | ↓ To bottom of page

Reunions

There are currently no planned reunions.

Add a reunion information.



↑ To top of page | ↓ To bottom of page