The table below contains the names of sailors who served aboard the USS John Marshall (SSBN 611). 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 113 crew members registered for the USS John Marshall (SSBN 611).
|Hammerle, Bill||EMC||1979 – 1983||E||Fast boat sailor sent to a boomer. Boomer converted to slow attack.|
|Anderson, Leonard (Lc)||FTB2(SS)||Feb 1979 – Jun 1981||FTB||First submarine, served on 5. Qualified first patrol, two port calls in South Korea. Stayed through weapons offload prior to conversion. Where are Jimbo and Sandoval? Bronk, apple jack, Andy's Hut. Oh, the memories|
|Schlau, Brian||MM3/SS||Mar 26, 1979 – Dec 31, 1980||Aux||First boat: Made 3 Patrols, qualified submarines, made Petty Officer, and transferred after making her last patrol. Captain Alexander helped me get orders to the PCU Michigan, SSBN 727, beginning a career on Tridents.|
|Kolonoski, Dave||MM1(SS)||May 2, 1979 – Jun 21, 1983||M div||Made three patrols out of PH/Guam - loved Korea, rode through canal to Charleston. Made Med run and washed ashore on Andros Island for three amazing days! Many good times.|
|Speek, Mike||EM1(SS)||Aug 1, 1979 – Jan 1981||Electrical||Made several patrols out of Guam. Served with some really good people.|
|Adams, William Bill||MM3||Sep 1979 – 1980||A-GANG|
|Rold, Ronald (Ron)||FTB1 (ss)||Oct 22, 1979 – Mar 2, 1981||Weapons||Was only an FTB3 / 2 when on board, (2 patrols). Left PH to Dam Neck, then caught Francis Scott Key, SSBN 657, gold crew also. Finished Navy doing NOTU in Cape Canaveral. Finally got out in Apr. '87.|
|Harsch, Carl||MMC||1980 – 1984||M-Div||Operated out of Hawaii, took it through conversion to slow approach, then took her into Charleston.|
|Flanagan, Danny||MT3||Jan 7, 1980 – 1981||weapons|
|Swanson, Bill||MM1 (SS)||Jul 10, 1980 – Jul 10, 1984||Mechanical Nuclear||One patrol on gold crew, was one of first submariners to see new sub base at Bangor when we were converted to slow approach. We did a med run and was onboard during its change to amfibious support.|
|Kent, Troy||FTG1||Feb 1982 – Jun 19, 1986||Weapons||fortunate to have meet some really good people as well as some others. Anyone other than me remember hitting the bottom?|
|Schwab, Phillip||ET2SS||Feb 1, 1982 – Jan 31, 1988||RC||Alexander Hamilton 1984 - 1986 Nathanial Greene 1986 John Marshall 1987 - 1988|
|Shorrock, Rick / "Rock"||RM2/SS||Jul 15, 1984 – Oct 13, 1988||Radio||Great times! I remember being the CasCon instructor during Heulsman's infamous "Oh, Jesus Christ" incident while testing the ship's alarms from the briudge suitcase from the Cascon.|
|Vanbeers, Bill||RM2(SS)||Mar 1985 – Sep 12, 1989||RADIO|
|Clark, David||EM2||Sep 1, 1985 – May 1, 1989||Engineering - Electrician|
|Smith, Kelly "Mr. Ozone"||FTG1||Dec 1985 – Apr 1990||Weapons||Interesting operations, good times great crew.|
|Trogdon, Jeff "Trog"||EM1(SS)||Jun 1986 – Dec 23, 1988||E||Blue or Gold? What's that about. It was an SSN in '86! Would love to hear from some of you dirtbags that served from 86-88. Lots of memories with you guys...maybe even a couple of good ones!!|
|Fields, Bruce||MM1(SS)||Aug 1986 – Sep 1990||Machinery|
|Reed, Rodney Allan Reed||MM3||Aug 1, 1986 – Dec 7, 1990||A Ganger||I served on the Marshall during the SSN 611 period at the begining of Desert Storm.|
|Anderson, Ande||E6||May 10, 1987 – Jul 1, 1990||M|
|Sheridan, Joe||ET2/SS||Aug 15, 1987 – Jul 1, 1991||RC||Had some good times in the box...MANY hours in there...had good times duct taping folks, writing in the FART log, field daying, and prepping for ORSEs...well... I did get to spend a couple years with some very good guys.|
|Wiehagen, Jim||STS2/E5||May 13, 1988 – Jul 22, 1992||SONAR||Rodney & Ike, Jeff i remeber you guys. what have you been up too. drop me an email.|
|Batakis, John||MM1(SS)||Aug 1988 – Jan 1992||AUX||the slow attack best crew and ship in the navy last diving officer of the watch !!!! the last med run was the best desert storm tiger cruise from san Diego to Bremerton my son had a blast he will never forget|
|Stamates, Mark||FTG1/SS/DV||1989 – 1991||Weapons||Hard chargin times, had alot of fun|
|Kerr, Kenneth||ET2/SS||Nov 1, 1989 – Jul 1992||Nav/ET||Great times back then, Jim and Rodney Whats up?|
|Carter, Joecarterj (Cob)||MMCM/SS (E9)||Dec 1989 – Apr 1992||COB|
|Lavender, Jeff (Lav)||SK2SS||Sep 1990 – Dec 18, 1991||SUPPLY|
|Isaacson, Robert "Ike"||SK-3||Nov 1990 – Feb 1992||Deck and Supply||Served from the last cruise as an SSN in Desert storm till its final Decom. One of the Last to leave her as they cut her up.|
|Mann, Adam||ICFN||Apr 1, 1991 – Apr 14, 1992||Egineer|
There are currently no planned reunions.