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USS Lewis and Clark (SSBN 644) Crew List

The table below contains the names of sailors who served aboard the USS Lewis and Clark (SSBN 644). 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 274 crew members registered for the USS Lewis and Clark (SSBN 644).

Select the period (starting by the reporting year): precomm – 1967 | 1968 – 1972 | 1973 – 1977 | 1978 – 1982 | 1983 – 1986 | 1987 – now

Martin, HenryE81962 – 1972EI enjoyed my cruise with the exception of Gilbert VanBuren Wilkes III.
Jeffrey, Hickscpo1962 –not sureI am Jeff's sister , sadly he passed away in the early 90's. He always walked on his tip toes and had a joke for everything,very funny. I would love to hear stories about him,
Walker, GaryET11963 – 1969Narigation
Sanders, ThomasETC1964 – 1968OE Nav TechPlankowner, sea trials, and three patrols - trf. to Chasn. training center, then to ADCOP, followed by CWO then LDO and serving aboard three destroyers. Great ship - great memories.
Bardwell, Quitman-ottoMM1SS1964 – 1969AWould like to hear from shipmates by phone 704-499-8584
Taylor, DavidIC 1 (SS)1964 – Apr 1971Fwd ICPre commissioning crew, then assigned Gold Crew for Commissioning. Several patrols then left to go back to diesels for about 6 months then back aboard L&C to the last patrol before going to the shipyard in 1971.
Dussault, PaulET11964 – 1967NavagationHad a great time, wish I were back.
Dussault, PaulET1Nov 1964 – 1968NavagationPlankowner, sea trials, and six patrols - Great ship - great memories. Still miss it
Taylor, JamesMM2 (SS)Dec 1, 1964 – Apr 8, 1968M - (Nuc)Served as a crew member during Precommissioning Detail, Sea Trials and (3) Operational Patrols. Great Time, People and Boat. I learned alot about myself and life.
Adams, NastyE71965 – 1978Auxman
Hanson, MikeSN QM strikerJan 1965 – Nov 6, 1965Nav
Capitano, Anthony (Cappy)MT2 SSJan 2, 1965 – Oct 2, 1967WeapsonBlue Crew Plank Owner
Hess, FredMM2(SS)Jan 3, 1965 – Aug 14, 1966MechanicalPlank Owner
Straw, Eugene/geneMT2(SS)Jan 26, 1965 – Dec 29, 1967MT
Franklin, William "lee"MM2/MM1Feb 1965 – Aug 1969A gangServed on commissioning crew to first overhaul.
Hanson, Mikeqm3Feb 1965 – Oct 1965Navigationpre-commission unit
Sharpe, Robert profile iconSTS2Jun 1965 – Dec 1966Sonar
Stuart, Ira T.EN1 SSJun 6, 1965 – Jan 16, 1968MDIVSkimmer-1st sub-great rag hats&O's excpt 4 Bud K.-2nd ptrl,ER watch&boat flatten a scope-dive-dive.USN 7 1/2 then worked@NNSY-STE/ReactorTestEng+worked L&C overhaul-n91Retired-Assist.Thompson w/L&C site >370 shipmates joined.
Thompson, Norman (Norm)RMSN TO RM2(SS)Jul 1965 – Sep 1968Operations RadioFirst boat assigned. It served as the basis for my entire future in communications. I run a website for SSBN644 crew members and their family. The URL is Hope to see you there.
Alberti, NickTM3(SS)Aug 1965 – Jan 1968weapons forward and aftPlank owner, precomm, shake down, sea trials, 3 patrols, successful 14 shot ripple, fired A3 tin bird. Great group of guys. Memories I will always cherish. Attended Cold War dedication of her in Mt. Pleasant, SC.
Del Santo, TonyMM3 (SS)Aug 17, 1965 – Apr 1967A GangI am looking for some Blue Crew Plankowner A Gangers. Reach me at 860-608-1573
Young, Paul B.ST1(SS)1966 – 1974SONARBlue crew - yard crew - gold crew. Was aboard when Captain Porter made full 4 striper. Most fun was small arms training at Paris Island. Bus load of un-shaved bubbleheads with Thommy guns. Poor jarhead DI in charge of us that day went crazy
Ellis, BarryMM1(SS)1966 – 1972M NUKE
Burwell, Basil "Bags"QM31966 – Mar 1968Nav
Bartleman, JimEM 1 (SS)Jan 1966 – Jun 1968E - My first and best boat, I would like to thank my crewmates for teaching me the skills to do my job and most importantly the meaning of being a submariner, which has served me throughout my live.
Bartleman, JimEM 1 (SS)Jan 1966 – Jul 1968E -My first and best boat, I would like to thank my crewmates for teaching me the skills to do my job and most importantly the meaning of being a submariner, which has served me throughout my live.
Mannella, EdIC3 SSJun 1966 – Nov 1969IC gang fwdThe 4yrs. spent on the L&C were great .I met so many good people and had so much fun its hard to believe it was many yrs. ago.The L&C was a great boat to serve on and seeing it at the last reunion as the Cold War Mem.was very moving.
DOHERTY, HAROLDFTBC (SS)Jun 1, 1966 – Dec 31, 1969WeaponsMade 1st Patrol. Served on both the Blue ( June ' 66 to Dec ' 69 and Gold Crews ( Jan.' 72 - July' 77 Gold). LPO during first OT. Great boat (ship) have a lot of great memories.
Wassil, JoeSK2 (SS) (DV)Jul 9, 1966 – Nov 1, 1968I served with a group of "outstanding" shipmates! We had the "best" boomer in the squadron at the time. I will never forget my experiences!!
Brooks, Alton R.YN2{SS}Dec 1966 – Apr 1969It was an exhilerating experience for a country boy of 18 to be aboard a nuclear submarine! Forty years later I still remember many of the adventures and a whole lot of the good men that I served with before I went to shore duty with COMSUBFLOT SIX.
Acoveno, Allie profile iconTM2 SS (DV)1967 – Nov 10, 1969WeaponsThanks to my training while aboard the Lewis an Clark I worked as a comercial oilfield diver for 16 years. Now working as a home improvement contractor and getting close to retirement.
Craver, Jr, James (Jay)ETN21967 – Feb 1969reactor operatorJay died April 25,2005 of leukemic lymphoma. He lived in Pascagoula, MS and worked at Northrup-Grummon as a combat systems designer since 1972
Chartlon, Marvin DennisYN2(SS)Jan 1967 – Jan 1969administration
Hamm, Robert (Bob)IC3SSMar 1, 1967 – Sep 18, 1969Great boat and a great crew
Shaw, JoeYN2(SS)Jun 1967 – May 1968AdminXO was LCDR Scott - great boss. Taught me many things.
Bailey, MichaelMTC(SS)Jun 23, 1967 – Jul 31, 1968MissileI was initiated as Chief on this boat and had 2 great patrols. I have some of my best memories from this tour.
Somerset, PhilET1Aug 1967 – Feb 1970NavigationI reported aboard on the Gold crew's second patrol, and made six in the Nav Center.
Davis, David ( Frank )FTB 3 SSAug 15, 1967 – Aug 10, 1968Weaponsgreat time
Matiz, Larry (Slick)TM2 (SS)Oct 1967 – Feb 13, 1970WeaponsGreat crew, enjoy meeting with them at 644 reunions, brothers of the fin.
Lufkin, ThomasET-1(SS)Oct 17, 1967 – Nov 1970RC
D'Hollosy, MacRM2Nov 1967 – Dec 1970It was the best of times and the worst of times. I'll never forget the view you got from the sail, my maneuvering station, before diving---what a rush!
Brooks, Alton R {changed Name To Jason}YN2{SS}Nov 1967 –SubmarinesThis truly magical machine {we felt like that back then} was my mentor during the most formative years of my life. I made 2nd thru 5th patrols then transferred as ADM S.D.Cramer, Jr., COMSUBFLOT SIX,/CRYPTO OPERATOR.

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