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Discussion in 'US Navy Forum' started by sksn, Dec 3, 2006.

  1. GotGlock1917

    GotGlock1917 Lifetime Member

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    Hey Maddog. When were you on the 634?

    You probably saw my post above. I was on the blue crew '80 thru '84.
     
  2. maddog2020

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    I was on the 634 (gold) from about 91-93 then it went to decom.
     

  3. maddog2020

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    coopal_131 wrote:
    Guess I'm in big trouble then, most of mine are decom.
     
  4. bubllehead

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    +1 on tube daze http://www.tubedaze.com/index.htm this is the funniest Sierra i ever heard and he just nails the essence of Squidness. dudes on Georgia ssbn 729:rofl:
     
  5. squidville_1975

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    Hey Bubblehead, did you ever hear the 729 famous quote: "There goes the fu&%*%ing mail"?
     
  6. bubllehead

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    yeah! that was a bad day for them, two men a tug and mail including the "package" went down. Rushing didn't have such a good CO tourer. Just bad luck.:shakehead:
     
  7. gage7883

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    SSBN 739 USS Nebraska
     
  8. jlrmhilton

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    ssbn/ssn 611 John Marshall
    ssn 680 bouncin bill bates
    ssbn 728 florida

    mm1/ss ret
     
  10. schogfan56

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    SSBN 616 Gold 1975-1979. Honorably discharged as an STS2 (SS). Went to college afterward on the Viet Nam era GI Bill. Took an Army ROTC Scholarship in my sophomore year. Was commissioned as a 2LT and retired as a LTC (same rank as Navy commander). Wore my dolphins and deterrent patrol pin on my dress uniform for 20 years in the Army. My years in the submarine force helped me become the man I am today. Pride Runs Deep!!!
     
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  11. oldengineer

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    Plank Owner USS Sam Houston (SSBN 609) Gold, 1962
     
  12. OttoLoader

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    USS George Washington Carver SSBN 656 Blue.
     
  13. Nucflash

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  14. Vito DD

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    Sorry if this is not exactly the right thread to post this, but YOU are no doubt the right people to ask...

    I'm an ITALIAN writer/editor, and I'm editing an italian short novel (from other italian author) about people aboard a fictional US Navy SSBN Class Ohio.
    Just want to ask you a small but important (for me) thing:

    Aboard a SSBN class Ohio, which officer is usually responsible for the maintenance of the nuclear reactor? Which RANK and TITLE he has?
    If "Chief Engineer" is the right title (I think it's correct), which RANK can he have?
    Most important, in which way the other guys (enlisted or officer in the same section) address to him?

    Hope you can help me to clarify this point :)
    Anyway, I'm sorry to bother you.

    THANK YOU SO MUCH IN ADVANCE, GUYS
    --Vito