Blazing a Trail


Blazing a Trail

USS Daniel Boone

February 18, 2019 marks the 25th anniversary of the final decommissioning ceremony for the Daniel Boone when the crew departed to blaze new trails throughout the fleet and back at home as civilians. Trench 94 at the Department of Energy Hanford Site in Washington state is where the reactor compartment rests with most of the other members of the 41 for Freedom. The remainder of the boat was recycled by Puget Sound Shipyard in Bremerton with the exception of components used for spare parts or transferred to museums. This website serves as a memorial to the boat and her personnel.

 USS Daniel Boone Travel Map<br/>By Eric Ragan


USS Daniel Boone Travel Map
By Eric Ragan

Kirk Delph

USS Daniel Boone Photos

View some of the photos of the USS Daniel Boone, her crew, and the many places that were visited over thirty years of naval service.

 SSBN Deterrent Patrols 1960-2012


SSBN Deterrent Patrols 1960-2012

Federation of American Scientists

Crew Members

SSBN patrols skyrocketed with the introduction of the 41 for Freedom. When the boats were decommissioned, the smaller Trident fleet made fewer. The servicemen and their families made many sacrifices to keep that operational tempo. Some of the names of the service members have been collected. To add your name or one of a relative, send an email from the contact page.

 An Early Version of the USS Daniel Boone Patch


An Early Version of the USS Daniel Boone Patch

SSBN-629 Facebook Group

Reconnect with former shipmates and reminisce about experiences that we shared.