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USS Mariano G. Vallejo (SSBN 658) Crew List

The table below contains the names of sailors who served aboard the USS Mariano G. Vallejo (SSBN 658). 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 131 crew members registered for the USS Mariano G. Vallejo (SSBN 658).

Select the period (starting by the reporting year): precomm – 1972 | 1973 – 1981 | 1982 – now

Karr, StevenYN3(SS)Jan 12, 1982 – Jan 8, 1984BLUE CREWHey to all my shipmates!!
Duvall, DonaldMT1/SSJun 5, 1982 – Mar 27, 1987MissileI served 3 tours aboard the MGV. One included a shipyard period in Charleston. This boat became my home and the crews both blue and gold my family I was deeply saddened when she was decomissioned
Teal, JohnMMFN-MM1/SS1983 – 1989MM A-DivMy first boat, and I believe the best boat!
Duvall, RolfMS2Apr 3, 1983 – Jun 1, 1988
Cutillo, JamesMSSAApr 20, 1983 – Jan 7, 1985Supply
Carvalho, DennisMM1(SS)Nov 4, 1983 – Jun 14, 1987M / ELTGold Crew Leading ELT
Fisher, Rob/fish profile iconE-51984 – 1985ICI wasn't here long. Most may not remember me.
Knowlton, JohnTM 1 (SS)1984 – 1986TM
Ditto, SteveRM11984 –Nav/RadioI know I was on this fine boat but with my bad memory failure I do not know when I was on her. My bride can not remember either she just know I was on her also. If anyone can help it would be greatly appreciated.
Huckeba, David "Huck"MMCSApr 1984 – Jun 1986MachineryI remember coming out of the yards in Charleston and all the sea trials we had to endure - plus Master Chief Brooks
Shaffer, StevenRMSNAug 1984 – May 1986DeckI was a radioman striker, this was my first boat.
Lapierre, Dennis (Pete)ETCSAug 1984 – Aug 1987EngBull Nuke for 3 years. Served with EMC Brady, MMCS Louie Champagne, EMC Houston, MMCS Al Katen, COB, and many more.
Jacobs, DavidTMSN-TM1Dec 1984 – Jul 1989TMBest of the 4 boats I served on. Greatest crew. May all Goldies be in Taliban hell ha ha.
Culbertson, DavidTMSN/SS1985 – 1988Weapons/TorpedoFirst and only boat and we were the best in the fleet!!!
Suarez, AngelET1 (SS)1985 – 1988Nav ETIf any of my shipmates would like to contact me, please drop me a note at Thanks!
Bowen, ChrisMT2Nov 1, 1985 – Aug 28, 1990MTCheck me out at: ""
Pattison, Lynn (Patty)MM1/SSOct 1986 – Feb 1992A-Division
Pattison, LynnMM1SSOct 1986 – Feb 1992A Division
O'Quinn, RandyE-6Feb 1, 1987 – Nov 13, 1990TM Weapons deptGOLD CREW RULES!!!!!
Langan, Davidmm31988 – 1991A DivisionGot my fish on the Vallejo.Did 5 runs and had a great time.
Litchfield, WaltEM1-EMC1988 – 1992EGreat pizzas
Cleghorn, RobertSK3/SSFeb 28, 1988 – Sep 30, 1991SKThe Vallejo and her crew will be forever in my mind. I earned my Dolphins on her.
Gravat, EricIC1/SSMay 24, 1988 – Aug 14, 1989IC DIVISION LPOI miss life on board Subs and would love to be back underway and submerged running deep.
Witham, SteveMM2/SSAug 1988 – Sep 1992Auxiliary "A-Gang"I had many great experiences while on board and made friends for life! No matter where life may lead they have my back and I will always have their backs. Life under the water challenges but makes us all stronger! Have a great life!
Erickson, ChrisET2Nov 1988 – Sep 1990NAVETServed in Navigation Electronics Technician Division
Ely, WalterMT31989 – 1991MISSILE
McWilliams, DaleE71989 – 1993NAV/RADIO
Grammer, PaulRMCM(SS)Mar 1, 1989 – Jan 1, 1992ExecutiveI was Chief of the Boat for the Gold crew and made the last SSBN patrol out of Holy Lock
Almquist, BrianRMCSep 18, 1989 – Sep 27, 1992Radio
King, ChuckLTNov 1989 – Oct 1992WeaponsServed as weapons officer and had the distinct pleasure to pull the trigger to fire 6 and 13 for FCET-39
Ripley, Patrick (Rip)MT3Apr 20, 1990 – Nov 20, 1994MissileThe absolute greatest assignment of my whole 20 year career! We worked hard and had more fun at that command than at any other I have been a part of since.
Anson, Westley "Aceinthehole"STS3SSJun 1, 1990 – Aug 1, 1992SonarEnjoyed my time and my fellow "shipmates".
Chance, RogerSTS2Aug 1990 – Aug 1991Sonar
McKinney, DaveGM2 / SSAug 1990 – May 1994TorpedoHoping to get back in touch with Tilden and Scottie Hope, QM Div, Watchorn is still my best freind, and I even miss Kenn Crest. Anybody seen Rosenhaur? I can be reached at
Mendez, EugeneMTCSAug 19, 1991 – Feb 4, 1995weaponsWas an MT2 on decom crew w/ MT1 george, SKI, Lucas, Sopp etc. Looking for the T-shirt Sopp made for the crew. The CAL bear holding the missiles.
Slobe, JonathanMT2/SS1992 – 1994Missilee-mail me at
Hodskins, TimYNC(SS/AW)Jan 1992 – Apr 1994EXECUTIVEBelieve it or not, I'm a LCDR now...I guess I'm a glutton for punishment. The most fond Navy memories I have are onboard USS M.G. VALLEJO! Take care Shipmates! All the Best
Polichetti, Peter (Sly)FTG3Feb 1992 – Apr 1994TM/FT
Watchorn, MerrickYN3(SS)Feb 2, 1992 – Apr 2, 1994YeomanHello, good to be be back.
Ottersten, ColinMT2Jun 1992 – Dec 1994MissileGreat crew, learned alot while at sea. I got out after I left the boat. I hop e everyone is doing well. - Otter
Woods, TimQm3Jun 23, 1993 – Oct 26, 1996NavigationWild times! I don't think I've ever washed dishes so much, EVER. A real character builder. Has served me well in my professional life after the navy.
Wright, ChristopherSTS/ss 2Oct 1993 – 1995Sonar
Fritchman, StevenMT3 (SS)Jan 1994 – Dec 1994WeaponsWas on decom. crew. While on board experienced underwater earthquake. Anyone out there remember it.

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