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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

NameRank/RatePeriodDivisionRemarks/Photo
Rubell, GaryRM2SSFeb 10, 1968 – Aug 15, 1970blue crew radiomanwould love to hear from any of my shipmates
McClure, AlanIC2(SS)Apr 1968 – Jun 1970E
Pelham, GeorgeYN3rdMay 16, 1968 – Aug 9, 1972YoemanLooking for shipmates who were with me in the homeport of Hawaii 1970 to 1972 Blue Crew.
Turner, Jim profile iconLieutenantSep 16, 1968 – Mar 19, 1970Weapons
Tollison, MichaelMM3Oct 1968 – Mar 1971Seaman Gang
Tollison, MikeMM3Oct 15, 1968 – Dec 10, 1971Seaman GangWas the best time of my life..would like to see some of the old gold crew again.
Grimshaw, Joe (Grommet)TM3Jan 1969 – Mar 1970WeaponsI was the laundry guy
Tucker, PaulChief warrant officer2May 15, 1969 – May 15, 1973Food serviceI continued my navy career and served a total of 39 years and attained the rank of warrant officer 3' looking back at my time on the Lewis and Clark and her crew are my best times of the navy.
Ritchey, David R Ritchey Tm3 (Ss)SN (SS) / TM3 (SS)Jun 1969 – Dec 21, 1971seaman gangserved 3 patrols, rode it around to Bremerton for first yard period, wasn't supposed to, I never did extend my enlist- ment for enough time to make one patrol after yards. Am finding old shipmates and keeping in contact with them.
Christensen, GaryETC(SS)Aug 1969 – Feb 1971NAVETRelieved Ron Gemmell as COB
McBurney, MikeSN/TM3Nov 1969 – Jul 1972Deck/WeaponsGreat memories, did 2 patrols then went to Bremerton.
Webb, Georgemm31970 – 1971blue crew engineringEnjoyed submarines, got off in bremington
Newman, Jack JoseyET2 SS1970 – 1973RCEdwin Brinson Ditto III, Leroy Patterson, John 'Black Pat' Patterson, John Burton 'Dog' Walker & John Henry Zelm (Gold Crew), Jim Miller, too many others. How did we survive Rota? Still love Bremerton. Miss you all.
Sheehan, Mike (Bear)ETN2Feb 1970 – Oct 1973NavigationBest time of my life. Great friends and great memories.
Jenkins, MikeRM2 (SS_Mar 1970 – Feb 1971Communications - RadioGreat times. Great crew. Two great skippers. Had the distinct honor of driving Captain Porter to the Charleston Airport from his going away party. Had to speed a bit to get him there on time. He didn't want to go.
Gunn, RonaldMMCS (SS)Apr 10, 1970 – Jun 15, 1973"M"M Division Leading Chief
O'Donnell, Tom - OdETN2May 1970 – Jun 6, 1973NavigationGreat time in Bremerton during overhaul 1971-72. Still have TR6 that I bought there. I do remember you, Ed Neal, I rented out the lower level of a house to you until the first electric bill came due.
Fritchman, GeorgeMM 3May 14, 1970 – Jun 23, 1971MI am retired from 38 years of Federal Service at Puget Sound Naval Shipyard in Washington State repairing all classes of submarines.
Ditto, EdET-1 SSJun 1970 – Jun 1973RCGood crew, officers, and ship. Bremerton overhaul was a lot of work but educational. The yardbirds were good at their jobs. Does anyone remember breaking the diesel and over speeding the MG set? Got a piping tab copy?
Potter, ArtEM1SSJul 1970 – Jul 1974EI still miss the L&C crew, loved overhaul in Puget Sound and the missile work up down at Port Canaveral. Made chief and tried fast attacks (sucks) before I got out. Guess I was born to be a boomer!!
Brown, Charles (Charlie)RM2(SS)Aug 1970 – Oct 1974Operations (Radio)One of the greatest times I've had in the Navy. Great boat, great crew. Love every minute of it. Was in Blue crew then went to shipyard in Brementon, Wa, the went to Gold crew.
Rushton, Glen (Rosco)mm3Nov 4, 1970 – Jun 15, 1973AYou don not miss it until it gone what a great time looking back My best friends were there
Lee, Malcolm 'ray'HM/SS1971 – 1973DECK CREW/ HELMPROUDEST MOMENTS OF MY LIFE. A GREAT CREW. PROFESSIONALS ALL THE WAY. THE LEWIS AND CLARK REUNION WAS WONDERFUL. NEEDLESS TO SAY; THE ISLE OF PALMS GROUP WAS LATE. YOU KNOW WHOM I'M REFERING TO. ''I LOVE THAT FAMILY OF MINE'
Dubil, JohnPO1/EM1971 – 1974EBEST CREW EVER. THAT DIESEL PROBLEM IN FLORIDA GOT ME TO SEE MY DAUGHTER THE DAY AFTER SHE WAS BORN........
Daehne, FrankMM31971 – 1974A gang
Strong, BillET 2May 1971 – Aug 1975Navigation ETwas through that yard period at puget sound, had good liberty there. then made patroles, not such good liberty on patroles.
Mulhall, JohnIC3/SSMay 1971 – Sep 29, 1974The Lewis and Clark was an experience of a lifetime. It amazes and humbles me to think of all the good things that have happened to me because of my time in the Navy, and especially aboard the Lewis and Clark.
Neal, EdwardSNMay 15, 1971 – May 31, 1972WeaponsShe was in dry dock the whole time I was aboard. But it was pretty good duty. My eldest son was born while I was stationed at the Puget Sound Naval Shipyard. I left the Lewis & Clark to go to Hospital Corps School. Anyone remember those times?
Mercer, James (Jim)IC1 (SS)Oct 1971 – Sep 1975"E"Junior "E" Divsion grunt for over two years coming out of Bremerton. That changed in '74. What times we had in Rotten Rota.
Hamrick, DougMM1 (SS)Oct 1, 1971 – Jul 9, 1975Mechanical
Stout, LarryMM1 (SS)Nov 1971 – Nov 1975Engineering - NucBest of times and friends. Capt. McGary was the BEST! Saw an Apollo shot from the Cape. Still PO'ed about getting called in on off-crew 'cause the Blues tried to pump seawater with the diesel! Loved that red monster. Mach 2 LL forever!
Sellars, RobertMM1/SSNov 1971 – Dec 1973M DivCame aboard in PSNSY. At crew split, I got Blue, Jimmy Winters got Gold. Sure enjoyed the busted Diesel in FL., had the same problem on the SSBN 620 in 1969, in FL. Now 32 yrs CWO4 Ret.
Shearer, RonaldRM2Nov 2, 1971 – Sep 16, 1976RadioThat elevator feeling when surfacing with high pressure air after deep dives, seeing real sunlight shine in through the hatch and the smell of sea air after 70 days of fluorescent light and purified air are good memories
Adams, Bud profile iconLTNov 15, 1971 – Jun 6, 1975Engineering dept division officerGreat times when not at sea
Sholock, RicciSTS2Jan 1972 – Jul 1975
Oliver, DanSTS3/SSJan 1972 – Aug 1975SONAR TECHNICIANGOOD PEOPLE ON THE BLUE CREW. LIKE FAMILY.ROTA SPAIN WAS ALOT OF FUN. MADE ALOT OF FRIENDS. IT HAS BEEN ALONG TIME, STILL REMEMBER THE TIMES ON ISLE OF PALMS.
Gustchen, MichaelMT2(SS)Mar 1972 – Oct 1976Missile/Weapons
Gandy, RandyMM1/SSMay 1972 – Feb 1977M DivisonTime well spent on board. The "stories" are still being re-told. I'm still in Charleston!
Ayres, MickeySK2/SSOct 23, 1972 – Aug 1, 1976SupplyOne of the five infamous L&CF running the ship
Knorr, GeorgeTML2Nov 17, 1972 – Jun 1, 1975WeaponsGot out, went back in, retired Aug 27, '97.

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