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USS Guitarro (SSN 665) Crew List

The table below contains the names of sailors who served aboard the USS Guitarro (SSN 665). 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 147 crew members registered for the USS Guitarro (SSN 665).

Select the period (starting by the reporting year): precomm – 1975 | 1976 – 1982 | 1983 – 1988 | 1989 – now

NameRank/RatePeriodDivisionRemarks/Photo
Adams, Davems-31976 – 1977mess deck
Niblack, MichaelMM1(SS)Feb 15, 1976 – Mar 8, 1978MLong time ago. 34 years in now. MMCM(SS/AW) and soon to retire
Biondo, KenDS1/SSMar 27, 1976 – Jul 3, 1980Weapons DeptBest boat.... Best people I ever met. You can take the man out of the Navy but you cannot take the Navy out of the man.
May, MarkEM1(SS)Apr 1976 – Jun 1980ECame on just before the shipyard for the new weapons testing platform. Enjoyed weekly ops, but wished that just once out of 4 years, I could have done a westpac and seen some foreign ports.
Swift, GaryO3Oct 1976 – Jul 1980severalEnjoyed the crew 76-80. Best wishes to all our shipmates.
Moore, RichardSTS1(SS)1977 – 1980Sonar LPO
Amoroso, TonyMS/3Jan 10, 1977 – Aug 9, 1977I remember all the good times. All the around the clock poker games. I always got a kick how we would edit the films. I had a CO that went to the same high school as I did.
Confer, WayneRM2/SSFeb 23, 1977 – Oct 10, 1980Communications / OPSBest group of guys I have ever known. An experience I would NOT trade for anything. I was planning on attending the last reunion and life conspired against me. maybe next time.
Chillington, RickET2Jun 1977 – Jun 1981ETSee a lot of old friends. Bet you guys thought I would be either dead now or in jail - fooled you! Hope everyone has had a great life!
Graf, HarryMM1(SS)Jul 1977 – Oct 1980M
Murphy, GeneEM1/SSAug 1977 – Aug 15, 1979EI served on 2 boats & when I joined the Guitarro she was the most advanced nuclear sub (Mk-117 fire control&Q5) in the world: no subrocs, but Mk-48, Harpoon, & Tomaduds, but she did not have a happy crew while I was on board & I was glad t
Hamilton, JamesMM1(SS)Sep 1977 – Oct 1979Reactor Plant Engineering
Broers, Galyn "beaker"MM1(SS)Nov 1977 – Oct 1981M/RL
Johnston, Paultm2Jan 1978 – Jul 1980Weapons
Romano, RipMM3/SSMar 1978 – Jun 1982A GangThis was my first boat, My thanks to John Besick, Bill Hudson where ever you are, without you both I would have never gotten quilified. I think my dolphins are still embeded in my chest.
Roberts, RonMM3 (SS)Aug 1978 – Sep 1981Driving a dump truck as of March 2008 in So Utah. 3 boys, I told them to go to college, 2 went in the Army, one in the Navy...
Dean, Paul (Dino)TMSN/SSDec 1978 – Oct 1982TM DevisionLets Here from some guys
Harper, EllwoodQM1/ss1979 – Jul 1980Operations
Falk, MarkMSFeb 3, 1979 – Jun 5, 1980supply
Keen, DavidMMC(SS)Apr 1979 – Jun 1983M/Eng
Alexander, AlexIC3 SSJun 1, 1979 – Jun 2, 1981IC GANG
Blackmon, JdTM2SSDVDec 31, 1979 – Apr 15, 1981weapons
Wilson, FrankIC1(SS)1980 – 1984ICA good stepping stone on lifes path.
Simone, MikeMM3/SS1980 – 1985a gangerhad good times..and lower level mafia did not kidnap the bear..it was an inside job..hahaha..ask corrington
Wells, RodneyMM1Dec 1980 – Nov 1984AuxiliarySubmarine platform for testing the Tomahawk cruise missle. Qualified SS, Selected to MMC.
Brady, ScotEM2(SS)Dec 10, 1980 – Sep 1, 1983ElectricalRemember the 82 Westpac.
Kummer, GaryFT 11981 – 1986FT/DS
Payne, TonyYN2(SS)1981 – 1984YeomanRough times, but made some great friends, would like to talk to you guys, 1981-1984. You guys ruled.
Torres, NoelSK3Feb 28, 1981 – May 29, 1984SupplyWesPac 83 and The Fire Incident of 1984- I was there, right in the crews mess when it all went down. I finished my time with the Navy - 26 years total, my last 16 years as a Navy Counselor/Recruiter - what a ride - I reside in WA state.
Lorden, MichaelEMI (SS)Apr 1981 – Sep 6, 1982ElectricalShould have replaced the intercell connectors during '81 extended availability.
Lorden, MikeEM1 (SS)Apr 1981 – Jun 1982ElectricalWarned about that battery.....left for ROTC. Remember 'liberty' in Avalon, but anchor jammed?
Tony Rossignol, RozyET1 SS/DVOct 1981 – Jul 1986Electronics - NavigationServed under Cdr. Bert Saft as Captain. West Pac, Shell Back, Africa, Perth and North Pole all the fun stuff. 53 days submerged, Diego for store and back for 23 more. Shipyard back in Mare Isalnd.
Payne, TonyYN2(SS)Oct 1981 –
France, MikeIC3(SS)Oct 1981 – Jul 1983IC
Agney, KellyMM1/SSDec 1981 – Jan 1984A-gang
Manley, RichardSTSSNDec 26, 1981 – Dec 19, 1984i wusn't that fond of the coffee, but the girls in the P.I. shure did nice
McLeran, PerryTM31982 – 1987WeaponsFrom what I can remember what a great time I think I had. To much fun, a lot of work and a great bunch of friends. wespac, p.i. austraila, guam, diego garcia. A lot of friends I wish I would have kept in contact with.
Green, GlennET2/SS1982 – 1986Navigation
Roper, ChrisSTS3Aug 1, 1982 – Aug 1, 1985Sonar
Sell, BobRM3SSAug 1, 1982 – Sep 1, 1984RadioWesPac 83 was a trip to remember and lets not forget the endless testing of the "TomaDuds" we did as they got the kinks out.
Ed Linares, EdMMFNSep 1, 1982 – Jul 1983NucI was on the Guitarro for the '82 WestPac. Left (kicked off) sometime in '83. I remember MMI Brown, Mullaly, Quitiquit. Anyone remember the skipper's name?

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