USS Casimir Pulaski (SSBN-633)

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Reply Gene Aasen
3:01 PM on January 30, 2019 
Anyone who has knowledge of the HIGH CARBON MONOXIDE ALARM on the 2nd, 3rd, or 4th gold crew patrol , please e-mail Gene Aasen at george111242@yahoo.com. Sorry I don't know which patrol it was but I believe it was the 3rd gold crew patrol which was March of 1967 to June of 1967. However the 2nd patrol was Sept of 1966 to Dec of 1966 and the 4th patrol was Sept of 1967 to Dec of 1967. Sorry but these dates are my best guesses and include upkeep period. Thank you.
Reply james newcomer
12:42 PM on January 26, 2019 
Monica says...
Hello Skip, have been trying to find more info on my father. Randy Abel, judging by what my mom has said and footage that I have my husband believes he was part of the blue crew during the mid ?70s. He was a MT?2, and would like to get in touch with some crew mates to once again possibly hear the stories behind the old 8mm videos. Thank you for any possible help.

Hello Monica,

My name is Jim Newcomer and I was an MT2(SS) from 76 until 1980 with the blue crew on the pulaski...I remember your father on my early patrols (I did seven on the pulaski. Others that were on our crew were Doug Wilkenson, MT Brister, MT Dobbe and others. I don't know what time frame your movies are from but I can try to help if you desire...
Reply Willieabesy
2:06 PM on January 12, 2019 
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Reply Mike Chamness
1:06 PM on December 31, 2018 
I was on the Pulaski from 1972 to 1976 blue crew started as a stewart than became a mess management specialist by the time I left sure miss those days and the crew !
Reply Monica
8:06 PM on December 23, 2018 
Skip Claussen says...
Blue Crew from 1972-1975

Hello Skip, have been trying to find more info on my father. Randy Abel, judging by what my mom has said and footage that I have my husband believes he was part of the blue crew during the mid ?70s. He was a MT?2, and would like to get in touch with some crew mates to once again possibly hear the stories behind the old 8mm videos. Thank you for any possible help.
Reply Kevin Karpowicz
10:37 PM on December 18, 2018 
I served on her from April 1981 thru June 1984, Gold crew after the shipyard. I almost died onboard, a box of TDU dropped from topside. The best shipmates ever.
Reply Roger Wojcicki
12:43 PM on December 18, 2018 
Was part of the GOLD crew 1967 - 1969 and served as, Leading Seaman, QM of the watch and ships scuba diver. Left active duty in 1972 but joined the Reserve program for the next 21 years. Finally retired in 1992 as a 2nd class Salvage Diver & CPO. Being part of the Pulaski was the best experience of my life!
Reply JOHN (JACK) HINKLE
12:40 PM on November 5, 2018 
REPORTED ABOARD AUGUST 1963, PLANKOWNER, MADE THE ABBREVIATED FIRST PATROL AND LEFT THE BOAT AS FTB3 (SS) IN SPRING OF 65. BACK TO 'EB' TO SERVE ONBOARD THE 655 BOAT COMMISIONING CREW, AGAIN IN THE BLUE CREW. LEFT THE SERVICE IN MARCH 1972 AS FTB1 (SS) WITH THE DISTINCTION OF BEING A RARE DUAL BOOMER PLANKOWNER. REGARDS, JACK HINKLE
Reply WillisFlino
8:52 AM on October 29, 2018 
Hello. And Bye.
Reply Vito Altamura
1:24 AM on October 11, 2018 
Thank you for this site.
Reply David Clark
5:57 PM on September 25, 2018 
JDM is that you JD Moss? TM I think? Hope you are doing fine! Can hardly wait to read your book!
I was an FTB down there in MCC. Came aboard in Nov 63 during New Construction and made the first 3 Gold patrols.Qualified in 65 on the first Gold patrol. Cdr Tom Brition was CO and Norm Harper was WEPS. Rota, Spain was an adventure after our first patrol! Let me know if you want me to forward my story about drinking my dolphins! What a night!
Reply John Downey
5:01 PM on September 14, 2018 
Steve and Paul I servered on the CP Gold from November 1972 to July 1974 got an ulcer. I was a nuc ET. I well remember Lt Prestero - I was log room yeoman and worked for him. I went out to prototype as staff and stayed for a short time. I was medically discharged in June 1975.
Reply Steve Andreu
6:36 AM on September 11, 2018 
Hi Paul - great to see a familiar name from our days on CP Gold, I was aboard from April 1973 to July 1977 and like you have many good memories of those days. I retired in Feb. 1990 and afterwards finished college with an engineering degree. Currently work for Draper out of their Cape Canaveral Air Force Station facility supporting a Navy program. BTW do you remember the engineer LT Prestero - he worked for awhile at the Draper headquarters in Cambridge MA and I did hook up with him a couple of times while I was on travel there. I did attend the third reunion in June 2010 and saw a number of guys from our crew, we all had a great time catching up. Hope all is well with you and your family and do stay in touch.

Paul R Lucas says...
I served on the Gold Crew from mid-1973 to June 1976. Pulaski was by far my favorite boat. Hope to catch up with shipmates at the next reunion. I recently moved from Silverdale, WA to Smithfield, VA so reunions on the east coast will be easier to attend. I went to EOD Group TWO after 633 where I made YNCS and LDO two weeks apart. I chose the LDO route and retired as a LCDR in 1993. I have been in phone contact with some 633 shipmates, but would love to see more. Hopefully soon. I have a whole lot of good memories of Holy Loch and our patrols. If anyone from my crew reads this, please get in touch. Maybe we're not too far apart.