USS Casimir Pulaski (SSBN-633)

The Story Of A Cold War Warrior

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Reply warren seabury
1:39 PM on December 8, 2019 
served in the seventys 8 runs lots of fun came across from the AS 32 Holland in Scotland
Reply Dave Venditto
2:51 PM on December 7, 2019 
I was a blue crew FTB plank owner on Pulaski, Captain Long was the skipper. As a side note, I missed commissioning ceremony because my wife gave birth to my son at about the moment the boat was commissioned. Captain Long wanted to know if I named him Casimir, I thought about it but didn`t. The 1st patrol was shortened because of the 11 leaks we found on the way load missiles in Charleston, spent quite a while in drydock. I made 7 patrols on Pulaski, then went to the Monroe, then to Von Steuben, Pulaski was the best. Saddly I never see any of the original guys on any sites. I`ll quit rambling on now. Dave
Reply ★ Owner
11:49 PM on November 17, 2019 
darrell baker says...
just wandering if anyone has any info on Clarence Ohles he was on the sub I think around 1965 I have patch of the sub and a little donkey he got for me in spain im his nephew


Hi Darrell,

This page/website doesn't get visited nearly as often as the Pulaski Facebook page. Just log in to Facebook and you can find the page. If you post your question there, you'll more than likely get some response. More people tend to visit there than here.

Cheers,

Don
Reply darrell baker
6:21 PM on November 17, 2019 
just wandering if anyone has any info on Clarence Ohles he was on the sub I think around 1965 I have patch of the sub and a little donkey he got for me in spain im his nephew
Reply Dwaine Blanscet
11:28 AM on November 7, 2019 
I was assigned to SSBN 633 Blue for six patrols during mid sixties. Drank my dolphins in Rota, Spain. I have fond memories of a great group of men both at sea and the good times back in Charleston, South Carolina.
Reply Dennis Dryburgh
10:03 AM on July 27, 2019 
It should of read "Just Visiting"
Reply Dennis Dryburgh
10:00 AM on July 27, 2019 
Haven't visiting. Haven't been on this site for a while
Reply Herschel Frantz
11:38 PM on June 18, 2019 
Hi Don,
I want to add my name to the sailing list. How do I get a user name and a password?

Thanks,
Herschel Frantz
CP Blue 1990-1994
Reply David
12:32 PM on June 3, 2019 
How do you "sign-in" to the site to see "sailing list"?
Reply Dave Anderson
7:23 AM on June 3, 2019 
How about an add? Crazy Pollock from 82-84'
Reply Earl Riley
11:18 AM on June 1, 2019 
Great site, thank you.

I did 7 patrols the Nathan Hale 68 - 73 got out MT1(SS) in 73
Reply Herschel Frantz
12:47 AM on May 22, 2019 
Greetings shipmates,
I served aboard this fine vessel from 1990-1994). (Blue crew) I was the leading SK during the decommissioning. I still live in the Puget Sound area. Always want to share stories with you.
Reply Pete Lindstrom
1:09 PM on April 21, 2019 
Very neat site. Big boat! From a retired Canadian Submariner.
Reply ★ Owner
12:03 AM on April 12, 2019 
Hey Mike,

The Guardian is England's equivalent of the National Enquirer. Anything for a headline.


Mike Dispennette says...
Let's try this again...?.
https://www.theguardian.com/us-news/2019/apr/06/casimir-pulaski-p

olish-general-woman-intersex
Reply Mike Dispennette
10:56 AM on April 7, 2019 
Let's try this again...?.
https://www.theguardian.com/us-news/2019/apr/06/casimir-pulaski-p
olish-general-woman-intersex