The table below contains the names of sailors who served aboard the USS Barb (SSN 596). 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 109 crew members registered for the USS Barb (SSN 596).
|Medlin, Steven||MM3||1982 – 1984||"A"|
|Jones, Dale||EM1(SS)||1982 – 1985||E-Div|
|Bodeau, Ray/bitch Dog||MM2||1982 – 1986||M-Div|
|Smith, Thomas||MMC(SS)||1983 – 1987||A1W Machinery Divison LPO / Staff Traing Group||Machinery Division LPO. EWS and Enlisted Engineering Assistant (short time).|
|Iacampo, Bob||MM1(SS)||Jan 1983 – Apr 1985||leading first||Supported by the most amazing men. Thanks to Wagoner, Bodeau, Hayes, Wilson, Wolfe, and all the guys whose names elude me. I got out from Mare Island and became the engineer of Rutherford Ranch Winery. Pumps is pumps...|
|Biggs, Alan||ETCS||Mar 1983 – Mar 1988||RC-Div||The New Years Eve party in Yoko after the extended op was…enlightening..Also surprise sortie from Hong Kong to avoid the typhoon with crew left behind. Barb was an interesting time, but I’m feeling MUCH better now!|
|Bush, Jeffery||MS2(SS)||Sep 1, 1983 – Mar 22, 1987||MS/Supply|
|Gehrke, Gregory||MM3 (ss)||Oct 14, 1983 – Sep 10, 1984||A-gang||Just seeing who is about & wantinga hat from the boat|
|Ledford, Bob||SR(NQ) - SKSN(SS)||1984 – 1986||Supply||Started as a non-qual deck grinding mess cook! What a joy as an 18 year-old. It taught me the meaning of friendship and responsibility. I am a veteran police officer now at 41 years old with 11 years in the navy.|
|Favors, Stanley||IC-3 (SS)||Nov 20, 1984 – May 1986||IC|
|Chen, George (Airy-chen Or Air-regen?)||MM3/E-4||May 1985 – Dec 20, 1989||A-Ganger||Reported on board at San Diego around first half of 1985, served 1 westpac & decommissioned her at Puget Sound Naval shipyard. I had both good times and bad times on Barb, however it wouldn't serve no purpose had it been too easy for me!|
|Puddy, Jeff||ET2/SS||May 1985 – May 1989||Nav||Served on board as a fwd ET for 4 yrs. Had a great time with a great crew|
|Zeldin, Steven||QM2/SS||Sep 1985 – Oct 1987||Navigation|
|Millinor, Mark||SN/SS||Dec 8, 1985 – Jun 17, 1987||LEADING SEAMAN||THE MEMORIES ARE BETTER TODAY THAN BACK THEN|
|Kahler, Gary||STS1/SS||Nov 14, 1986 – Dec 20, 1989||Sonar||LPO of Sonar Division. Great times with the best CO there ever was, J.J. Grossenbacker!|
|Lerch, Bob||MM2(SS)||1987 – 1989|
|Worthington, Darrin (Cal)||MM2/SS||1988 – 1989||M|
|Cozad, John||MM3/SS||1988 – 1989||M Div|
|Pierce, Eric||YN3(SS)||Jun 1, 1988 – Dec 15, 1989||Yeoman||Although a short time aboard my first submarine - I experienced a fine group of men whom help me succeed aboard, which paved the way to a successful Naval career. SUBMARINERS are a TRUE Naval family!|
|Elliott, Mike||MM1 (SS/SW)||Oct 20, 1988 – Nov 30, 1989||M||It was a short tour - got out when we went to PSNS. Remember camping at Cushman Lake? Went back to school after getting out in 89. Still work for the navy in Norfolk. Would be great to hear from you all!|
|Ennis, Jonathan Spencer||STS2 (SS)||Dec 20, 1988 – Dec 20, 1989||Sonar||Decomissioning Crew Member|
There are currently no planned reunions.