The table below contains the names of sailors who served aboard the USS Thomas Jefferson (SSBN 618). 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 191 crew members registered for the USS Thomas Jefferson (SSBN 618).
|Hannigan, Mike||ET1 (SS)||1979 – 1983||RC|
|Gordon, Gary||TM2/SS||1979 – 1981||Torpedo|
|Berry, Roy||MMC(SS)||Feb 1, 1979 – Nov 1, 1981||Machinery||Came on as a boot Chief, and learned the job with a young crew. Hope the years have been good to the crew. Retired 27 years, learned my ropes on this boat, Guam, Bangor, S. America.|
|Tomaszewski, Peter (Pete)||EM1/SS||Jun 5, 1979 – Aug 31, 1983||E|
|Reich, Brian||MM1||Jul 1979 – Oct 1983||M division||The TJ holds many memories of fellow shipmates that we shared many hours together. Hope all are healthy and able to enjoy the later years of life....|
|Stemle, Zeph||MT3||Nov 1979 – 1981||Missile|
|West, Dustin||MT2||1980 – 1982||Weps / Missile||Good times. I made the transition from SSBN to SSN and stayed on the boat for about 13 months with cement "missiles". That was a long time ago and I am not positive about the dates.|
|Tufu, Ace||Sonar Tech||1980 – 1984||Sonar|
|Callaghan, John||PN2(SS)||1980 – 1982||Ship's Office|
|Wynne, Edward||LTJG||Jan 1980 – Dec 1981||E-DIV and Comm||My first boat, and I learned a lot.|
|Sanders, Daryl||ET1 (SS)||Feb 8, 1980 – Feb 8, 1982||NAVET||FIRST BOAT - STAYED ON BOARD FOR SSN CONVERSION - TRAVELLED GUAM, HAWAII, WASHINGTON, SAN FRANCISCO, CARTAGENA, PANAMA CANAL, CHARLESTON, THEN UNITAS RUN AROUND SOUTH AMERICA.|
|Bayes, Darrell||MS 3||Jul 1980 – Oct 1982||Supply||Remember beautiful sunsets in Guam, SSBN to SSN transition, and unfortunately seeing MS 1 Rick Lim lose his thumb when the galley door came loose and slammed shut on his hand during angles and dangles...ouch! Thankfully he survived.|
|Wynne, Ed||LT||Dec 1980 – Dec 1981||Electrical and Communicator||This was the start of my less than illustrious active career. I did get my sub quals, and played a lot of poker with the "Goats"|
|Sigman, Jack||MM1(SS)||1981 – 1983||M-Div|
|Guertin, Nick||EM1(SS)||Sep 14, 1981 – Jan 24, 1985||E|
|Peterson, Steve||EM2(SS)||1982 – 1984||E||Decom Crew, ENG Dept, E-Div firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Darnell, Peter||EM2(SS)||1982 – 1984||E||My first boat - also on Decom crew|
|Crowe, Tim||HN3 (SS)||1982 – 1983||Ships Office||I hope that everyone is doing well and you are all healthy and happy. If you served on the TJ between 1982 and 1983 please contact me.|
|Snyder, Daniel||STSSN/SS||1983 – 1985||Sonar||My first boat|
|Nelson, Jimmy||EMC||Feb 1984 – Aug 1986|
|Williams, Scott||MMC ss||May 1984 – Jan 1985||M||Decom Crew|
|Guertin, Nick||EM1(SS)||Sep 1, 1985 – Jan 24, 1985||E|
There are currently no planned reunions.