USS Casimir Pulaski (SSBN-633)

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Reply Thomas Henderson
5:35 PM on April 20, 2017 
I was assigned to the USS Casimir Pulaski from July 1968 to July 1972 in M-Division.
Reply Robert Turner
6:39 PM on April 15, 2017 
I would like to have access on the sailing list and info on the reunions please, thanks.
Reply Robert Turner
6:29 PM on April 15, 2017 
I remember you from then. I was a nuc machinist mate on the gold crew from 74 to 77. Went on to NPTU Idaho, S5G.

I can still remember the blue-nose initiation and baseball game with EB in the field while it was raining.
Reply kenny hickerson
8:08 PM on January 1, 2017 
I spent 7 years in the NAVY on SSBN 619 and 634 I was a IC 2 (SS) when I got out . I flew from Groton the to holyloch Scotland for 3 years and also bussed to Kings bay for 2 years and 1 year frezzing my but off in Bangor Washing for 6 months I kick my self in my ass for not staying in . My fist shore duty was coming up when I was getting out . I was to go to where I grew up in Louisville KY working in a torpedo maker place . But no some head hunter got me a job in NY working on high power lines and UPS systems . But 10 years later I was hit by lighting while working on a diesel system out side .
Ruined my spine so my legs no longer work , I always wander if I had stayed in if I would have never got hurt. Sail on BUBBLE HEAD !!!
Reply Mike Dispennette
10:02 AM on December 29, 2016 
Tom Clingan]Tom, email me at [email protected] and I'll get you caught up from my end.

Mike, Marcia I & kids (Nate and Meredith) and one grandson Caden doing great. Hope things are well with you. I just recently re-connected with Duane Ettwein (and Debbie), Linda Lacko and one other shipmate John Howard from the trainer and Tim Lynch from Damneck A School Tim I & 3 others lived in an apartment on the Beach.
see a post on here from Jimmy Meadows son... I'm not seeing too many shipmates I remember - a Sea story by Porter LR and a couple of pics of your old self! How you doing? I sure you are doing better staying connected than I - who from the "old Nav "gang" can you still get in touch with... Larry Kerns retired from Rockwell several years back and moved far North in TX- I haven't talked with him in years (my bad!)
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Reply Tom Clingan
12:53 AM on December 19, 2016 
Mike Dispennette says...
Tom, good to see you on here. Been a long time since our last patrol. Hope all is well with you.

Mike, Marcia I & kids (Nate and Meredith) and one grandson Caden doing great. Hope things are well with you. I just recently re-connected with Duane Ettwein (and Debbie), Linda Lacko and one other shipmate John Howard from the trainer and Tim Lynch from Damneck A School Tim I & 3 others lived in an apartment on the Beach.
see a post on here from Jimmy Meadows son... I'm not seeing too many shipmates I remember - a Sea story by Porter LR and a couple of pics of your old self! How you doing? I sure you are doing better staying connected than I - who from the "old Nav "gang" can you still get in touch with... Larry Kerns retired from Rockwell several years back and moved far North in TX- I haven't talked with him in years (my bad!)
Reply Mike Dispennette
6:47 PM on December 16, 2016 
Tom, good to see you on here. Been a long time since our last patrol. Hope all is well with you.
Reply MT2SS Mike Dowell
4:11 PM on December 15, 2016 
I guess I still miss that old girl, had a lot of friends on there.
Reply Tom Clingan
12:40 PM on December 13, 2016 
Tom Clingan says...
I was on the CP 1970-1975 came aboard in the yards at Groton during the Polaris-Poseidon upgrade. Took the boat out of the yards for sound trails, ORT and DASO. I was a NavET on the Blue Crew made 7 patrols before my shore tour at the Trainer in Groton. I have a great picture of the Blue Crew's Successful DASO Missile Launch showing The C3 in full throttle and that huge 150 foot antenna they mounted in the sail - see the 70's Crew Photo Album in the Photo Gallery
Reply Tom Clingan
1:56 PM on December 10, 2016 
Brian Meadows says...
My dad James Meadows served aboard the USS Casimir Pulaski from 1968 to 1973.


Brian - I served with your Dad from 1970-1973 we were in the yards together and then did about four or five patrols together on the Blue Crew. We both worked in Navigation. Your dad was a senior SINS tech and I a NAVET. Don't have any pictures of "Jimmy" but I remember him well he was a good shipmate and my friend. I do have a picture of our successful C3 missile shot we did right out of the yards - I'm trying to get that posted on this site - I'm sure your dad had one too, we were very proud of the CP she was a great boat and those were significant times in our lives.
Reply Tom Clingan
1:53 PM on December 8, 2016 
I was on the CP 1970-1975 came aboard in the yards at Groton during the Polaris-Poseidon upgrade. Took the boat out of the yards for sound trails, ORT and DASO. I was a NavET on the Blue Crew made 7 patrols before my shore tour at the Trainer in Groton. I have a great picture of the Blue Crew's Successful DASO Missile Launch showing The C3 in full throttle and that huge 150 foot antenna they mounted in the sail - tell me how to get that to you
Nice site Shipmate!
Reply Darian B. Faulk
4:36 AM on November 11, 2016 
OohRah!!! Darian Faulk Navigation Tech / ET3. Crew member of 633B from 92 to decom. Funny to think we all served, ate, laughed and slept here at one time. Hope life has treated you well bubbleheads....like I said hope
Reply David Andrews
10:57 AM on October 5, 2016 
Dave Andrews MM2(SS), USS Henry Clay(SSBN 625) 1966-67

I am looking to find R J Parks, ET-R from the same era.

If you know him now or knew of him, I would really like to make contact.
Reply Steven Herweyer
4:04 PM on October 4, 2016 
Gold Crew 85 to 88, Reactor Controls Division
Reply James A.Williams (WillY)
11:03 AM on October 3, 2016 
Hello to all those shipmates that I rode with and nice to meet you to those before and after my time.She was home for me from mid 76 to early 79 and I wouldn't have missed it for anything.Good and bad.I'd like to get back in touch with anybody I rode her with.To one and all may your dives always be equal to surfaces until your called for eternal patrol.