The table below contains the names of sailors who served aboard the USS Woodrow Wilson (SSBN 624). 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 198 crew members registered for the USS Woodrow Wilson (SSBN 624).
|MacKay, Michael "Mickey"||MT3||1988 – 1989||Missile||One away.|
|Chapman, Douglas||ET 2||1988 – 1991||NAV ET||my time served was during the shipyards... huricane hugo was my first encounter at sea.|
|Rogers, Shawn||MMFN/SS||1988 – 1990||Agang|
|Price, Craig||STS2||Sep 20, 1988 – Oct 1, 1990||Sonar|
|Warren, Bill||IC2/SS||Oct 1988 – Oct 1990||IC||I don't remember what crew I was on. Spent so much time in the shipyard. Spent more time on the barge than on ship at times.|
|Hays, Tom||MS1||Nov 1, 1988 – Nov 1, 1992||MS||I was on THE crew out of the shipyards. There was no place to put that on the info|
|Conour, Steve||ET3||1989 – 1991||Navigation||Spent most of my time living it up in the shipyards! All hail Hugo! Mark, Dave, Bill, where are you guys?|
|Norgaard, Phil||MMC/SS||1989 – 1993||M-Gang|
|Richard, "Kemo"||MM2||1989 –||Auxiliary/knuckle grinder||I WAS part of the bucket brigade in the fan room LOL. I arrived to the ship when it was in the shipyard and ended prior to it going to the scrap yard.|
|Popielarcheck, John||MS2||1989 – 1991||Supply|
|Moore, Garry||MM1SS Nuke||Jan 5, 1989 – Dec 18, 1990||RL-div ELT||This was my first command and got to her in the yards in Charleston, SC. We did the startup and then she became a slow approach. At that point, i went to the Von Steuben. I was onboard next to the pier during Hugo|
|Jenkins, Doc||HMCS||Mar 1, 1989 – Aug 1, 1993||medical|
|Wise, Brian||MM3/SS||May 1989 – Mar 1993|
|Mook, Donald||EMCM||Jul 1989 – Sep 1990||EDEA|
|Clark, Jim||EM1/SS||Aug 1, 1989 – May 1, 1992||Electrical||I am interested in hearing from former shipmates.|
|Crichton, Bob||ET1/SS||Nov 1989 – Mar 1993||RC|
|Lopez, Mark||ETCS(SS) Then QM2||1990 – 1993||QM|
|Shaffer, Duane||EM1(SS)||Feb 1990 – Oct 1994||Electrical||Assigned during conversion to SSN and on the Decom crew. Lucky enough to be on the 6 man Tow crew and transited from Charleston,SC to Puget Sound. Panama Canal proved to be more interesting than my trip through the Suez|
|Baskin, Robin||E4/em3||Jan 1991 – Jan 1992||Engineering|
|Ertell, Keith||MM2/SS - MMC/SS||Mar 1, 1991 – Mar 10, 1994||ENGINEERING||Anyone remember the bucket brigade from the fan room??|
|Collough, Jimmy||YN2(SS)||Jun 9, 1991 – Dec 10, 1994||Yeoman/Sonar/Helmsman/Planesman|
|Simms, Bull||ENS THEN LTJG THEN LT||1992 – 1994||Various Engineering||Proud to serve.|
|Adkison, Dwayne||ms3||1992 – 1994||ms||Was part of bucket brigade from fan room. Decommissioning crew. Now days I'm a towboat captain|
|Rouleau, Paul||QM3||1993 – 1993||QM|
|Moody, Don||MM2/SS||1993 – 1994||Was on the Decommissioning crew at Charleston|
|Sprinkle, Rick||IC||1995 –||Engineering||Send me an email and let me know what your up to.|
There are currently no planned reunions.