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USS Tunny (SSN 682) Crew List

The table below contains the names of sailors who served aboard the USS Tunny (SSN 682). 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 118 crew members registered for the USS Tunny (SSN 682).

Select the period (starting by the reporting year): precomm – 1978 | 1979 – 1985 | 1986 – now

NameRank/RatePeriodDivisionRemarks/Photo
Stewart, DavidMMCFeb 1, 1972 – Feb 1, 1974MPLANK OWNER
Kagan, RichardFTG1Apr 1972 – Jul 1977Fire Control TechRetired from 32 years Philips Medical
Girouard, E.E. "Jeep"MM1 (SS)May 4, 1972 – Jun 10, 1976M1ST & the Best
O'Connor, BillJun 1972 – Aug 1974EI am a retired VP from the Detroit Edison Fermi 2 nuke plant living in Oregon, Ohio. Tunny was my first boat and I'm proud to be one of her plank owners.
O'Connor, BillEM1(SS)Jun 1972 – Aug 1974Engineering
Paxton, RonEM1 (SS)Jul 1972 – Jan 1976E
White, SteveMM1(SS)Jul 1972 – Jul 1976MGood Boat. Good Experience.
Morton, WilliamQMC/SSJul 1972 – Jul 1976Navigation
Nebola, AlanEM1(SS)Jul 1972 – Sep 1975E DivPlank-owner
Perry, DonEM1 (SS)Jul 1972 – Apr 19, 1976EngineeringPlank Owner
Terry, VernonMM1 (ss)Jul 4, 1972 – Jan 15, 1977Aplank owner
Curry, SteveSEAMANDec 1972 – Jul 1976TMPlank Owner. Retired in December 1994 as TMC(SS). Currently reside in Summerville, SC.
Alford, DavidE 5Dec 1, 1972 – Oct 1, 1974SONAR
Owens, WayneE-51973 – 1974auxiliary machinistI was a Plank Owner
Lozano, JoseSTS-2(SS)1973 – 1975SonarLiving in San Antonio, Tex.
Young, JimRM2(SS)Mar 1973 – Feb 1975Operations - Radio
Hardy, WarrenSN(SS)May 10, 1973 – Nov 22, 1976Seaman Gang/Ship's Office
Hyde, MartyMM1/SS1974 – 1976MTwo Med runs. I got out in 1981 and went back to college. I received a BS in accounting. I am now a retired IRS Special Agent.
Dunhour, RobertETR2(SS)Jan 4, 1974 – Jun 6, 1977Reactor operatorSome good times and some bad times - Plank owner with no regrets!
Langford III, WalterMS3SS1975 – 1977SupplyRetired MS1ss
Preston, JohnMM1/SSJan 1975 – Mar 1978nukemy first boat, tommy cosgrove, I still remember how my arm hurt when you tacked on my first class stripes.
Stackleather, SteveRM2(SS)Jan 1975 – Oct 1977Radio
Stackleather, SteveRMCS(SS)Jan 5, 1975 – Oct 15, 1978RadioMy 1st submarine. My qualification submarine.
Spencer, WillaimEM2(SS)Feb 1975 – Aug 1978E-Div (ELT)Two Med' and one Northern (Blue Nose) run. Good and bad times, but an experience and new acquaintances not to be missed.
Baldwin, DonLTDec 21, 1975 – Aug 8, 1979Electrical, RC, Sonar, EMOSailed in every ocean except the S. Atlantic. Traversed the Panama Canal. Served in 2 fleets. 43 of the best months of my life. "Don't let the bastards keep you down"
Rahm, TerryMM1/SSMay 1, 1976 – Jan 20, 1980M-DivMany tough times - lots of close friendships
Stewart, RayFTG2(SS)Jun 1976 – Jun 1978WeaponsSurreal Medrun in LaMaddelena
Beach, LarrySTS2(SS)Jul 1976 – Aug 1980Sonar Good times in the Med in '76, and Pearl after '78! That ship's car thing in Italy? Just qualifying for the honorary professorship in the Ron Neal School of High Performance Drunk Driving...
Neal, RonQM1Jul 14, 1976 – Aug 16, 1979OpsRetired fm the Navy in 95 and live in Charleston SC.
Hall, Joe FlameSTS1(SS)Aug 29, 1976 – Sep 5, 1979SonarThese were the best of times, these were the worst of times. Drug bust in Italy, ORSE horrors in Charleston, and a new home port in Pearl Harbor
Printz, JWEM2/SSMar 15, 1977 – Mar 31, 1980EWhat a trip.
Emerson, Miguel EmersonJul 1977 – Sep 1978TorpedoI would have stayed onboard if they hadn't change the homeport to Hawaii.
Wolf, JohnFTGS (SS)Aug 1977 – Sep 1978Fire Control/Deck1 st Lieutenant
Ferguson, KevinLTSep 1977 – Mar 1980NavigatorHad a wonderful time sailing around the world
Plew, DennisMM 2/ SSSep 11, 1977 – Sep 11, 1981AWhere is Tim Raber and Steve Green?
Dawson, JimMM1/SSNov 1977 – Dec 1980MSome of the best memories, some of the worst. You couldn't pay me a million dollars for the experience or a million dollars to do it again.
Ingram, ThomET2/SSNov 29, 1977 – Aug 18, 1981Reactor ControlsJacobus, Hudnall, Matt, Scott, Weeks, Uncle John, Derr that was us.
Wittig, Tommm2Feb 1978 – Feb 1981M-divLooking for old friends
Minor, ChrisSTS2Mar 1, 1978 – Aug 20, 1982SonarI'm seeing a lot of names here that bring back good memories. Did all you damn nukes win a lottery or re-up to death? I've been working nuke plants in the US, Europe and Asia for the last 26 years and only seen one Tunny nuke type.
Turner, Scott (Bird Dog)ET1 SSMay 1978 – Feb 9, 1982RCCaught the boat in Charleston, changed home ports to Pearl, hiked accross the islands of Hawaii, Guam, Thailand, Japan, Phillipines, Austrailia. Roomed off base with Blog and Crystal June. Good time had by all....
South, JeffreySTS2(SS)Oct 20, 1978 – Apr 1983Sonar
Morris, John "Zonzloid"MS3Dec 27, 1978 – Feb 27, 1981SupplyCalled goofiest guy in history of Sub Service. Nicknames "Zonzloid" "Seaman Wadd". Spilled hot corn in the Cobs lap, yelled "Corn on the Cob! "Borg of the boat. Expeditionary medal. Thailand, Australia Ect.

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