Terran B Sanchez

Anyone know how to reach a sailor from DeRidder, LA named Lloyd, he was a 3rd class ET back in 1968, Please contact me. Thank you.  I am a Christian now and owe him an apology.

Donald W (Brownie) Brown oskiefans@twc.com ETN2(SS) 

BILL NILAND, CAME ABOARD GRENADIER APPRIL 1955, WHILE ON A OVERHAUL AT PNSY.  SHAKEDOWN TRIP TO MONTREAL, CANADA. MED TRIP JAN-MAR

1956, HAD THE EXPERIENCE OF BEING ABORD WHEN WE RAN AGROUND WHILE LEAVING BERMUDA OCT 1956. AT THAT TIME I DECIDED TO LEAVE THE NAVY NOVEMBER 1956. I REALLY HAD A GREAT TIME ON THE GRENADIER.  LSEFT AS AN EN3(SS).

JOHN C. AUGUSTINE

​SERVED 1970 UNTIL YARD AT PHILLY. MADE MM3 BUT QUALS SUSPENDED BEFORE I WAS SENT TO LINCOLN SSBN 602 DOOR ONE RUN OUT OF HOLY LOCH.  QUALIFIED AND GOT MM2, THEN REPACED CHIEF OF TULLIBEE SSN 597 TO 73.

TOM WRIGHT, IC3(SS) 

1959-1960, WAS IC3(SS), TOOK 2ND CLASS EXAM ON BOARD, PROMOTED IN NUKE SCHOOL A COUPLE OF MONTHS LATER.

Richard Huntley, qmcssrah@yahoo.com

I was only aboard from Feb. 63 to July 63, to fill in for an injured crew member.  Sorry to say, I have no recollection of what transpired during that time, or of any of the crew memberws..I with you luck on the web site, and will check it out from time to time

\BRIAN BURMAN

I LEARNED A LOT ABOUT MYSELF AND HOW TO CO-OPERATE WITH MY SHIPMATES TO GET THE JOB DONE.  I FELT PRIVILEGED TO BE ASSOCIATED WITH THE MEN THAT WERE SUBMMARINERS, THEY WERE A SPECIAL LOT. I WILL ALWAYS REMEMBER THE GREAT SENSE OF ACCOMPLISHMENT WHEN I GOT MY DOLPHINS.  THE TIME ABOARD THE GRENADIER WAS TRULY A GREAT EXPERIENCE FOR ME..

BARRY POKORNEY

PAUL GORZEN

1959-1960, sONAR oFFICER/ RPS CUSTODIAN/ENGINEER OFFICER, WAS SONAR oFFICER DURING SURFACING OF SOVIET SUBMARINE IN WATERS OFF THE ICELAND.  AS OFTERN IS THE CASE, MY FIRST SUBMARINE WAS ONE OF MY BEST EXPERIENCES.  BEING PART OF THE TED DAVIS WARDROOM WAS A TERRIFIC SUBMARINE BEGINNING FOR ME. THANKS FOR YOUR WORK ON THIS SITE REGGIE.


RICHARD NANKEE

EN2(SS) DV,  GRENADIER 12/3/59 TO 02/26/62, TRANSFERRED TO AS-15 PRIOR TO RELEASE FROM ACTIVE DUTY (RELACDUT) DATE OF 12/3/62

Roger Hull YN2(SS)

I was GRENADIER ship's yeoman during much of 1964 and 1965 thru August.  Made a Med Cruise from early 64 August 64. I had a great time on this boat.  Outstanding shipmates and a easy to keep happy wardroom. I've often said, "If I had my Navy career to do over again, I wouldn't change a thing Those years of lmy life were exceptional!"  CDR Roger Hull, USN (ret)

Bill George

I was scared to be an Auxiliaryman, as I didn't want to have to dive the sanitary tanks.  came to the Grenadier as a MM! in the fall of 1969.  Not long after that #2 wouldn't blow.  Both my junior petty officers were to big to get in the access, so I had to dive.  Well, within the next 2 months, I had to dive #1 and #3.  All the years I served on the boats this was the only time that anyone had to dive the tanks.

.EARL WEAVER, A GANGER 1964-1965

Bill (Robbie) Roberts TM3(SS) e-mail HuntrHus@aol.com

On the boat from 1964-1967.  A little over 3 years on the boat, but 1,000+ dives and surfaces.  really grew up and made many good friends.  Helped me settle down and sort out what life really held in store for me.  Lots of good thoughts and reminders as I fondly think back on thjose days


GERALD (JERRY) WOOD

I WAS AN ic ELECTRICIAN-E3 ON BOARD BETWEEN OCTOBER 1960 UNTIL JULY 1963.  DURING THAT TIME WE PARTICIPATED IN THE CUBAN BLOCKADE. ALMOST SANK WHEN THE BOW TANK VALVE STUCK SHUT DURING A DIVE. MADE A MED TRIP, MARDI GRAS. NUMEROUS GITMO RUNS.  DR4Y DOCK IN CHARLESTON AND MUCH MORE. SOME SHIPMATES MAY REMEMBER THE AUTO ACCIDENT OUTSIDE THE SHIPS PARTY IN CHARLESTON THAT PUT ME IN THE HOSPITAL FOR MOST OF OUR TIME IN CHARLESTON


JOHN M KUHLMANN

CS2, SERVED FROM 2-12-54 TO 6-17-55. LOOKING FORWARD TO THE NEW SITE, CURIOUS TO KNOW WHAT HAPPENED TO THE ORIGINAL SITE.