Monday, October 11, 2010

On Eternal Patrol

The following men lost their lives 67 years ago in USS Wahoo.

1. Anders, F. MM3
2. Andrews, J. S. EM1
3. Bailey, R. E. SC3
4. Bair, A. I. TM3
5. Berg, J. C. MM3
6. Browning, C. E. MOMM2
7. Brown, D. R. LTJG
8. Bruce, C. L. MOMM1
9. Buckley, J. P. RM1
10. Burgan, W. W. LT
11. Campbell, J. S. ENS
12. Carr, W. J. CGMA
13. Carter, J. E. RM2
14. Davison, W. E. MOMM1
15. Deaton, L. N. TM1
16. Erdey, J. S. EM3
17. Fielder, E. F. LTJG
18. Finkelstein, O. TM3
19. Galli, W. O. TM3
20. Garmon, C. E. MOMM2
21. Garrett, G. C., Jr. MOMM2
22. Gerlacher, W. L. S2
23. Goss, R. P. MOMM1
24. Greene, H. M. LT
25. Hand, W. R. EM2
26. Hartman, L. M. MM3
27. Hayes, D. M. EM2
28. Henderson, R. N. LT
29. Holmes, W. H. EM1
30. House, V. A. S1
31. Howe, H. J. EM2
32. Jacobs, O. MOMM1
33. Jasa, R. L. MM3
34. Jayson, J. O. CK3
35. Johnson, K. B. TM1
36. Keeter, D. C. CMOMMA
37. Kemp, W. W. GM1
38. Kessock, P. F1
39. Krebs, P. H. S1
40. Kirk, E. T. S1
41. Lape, A. D. F1
42. Lindemann, C. A. S1
43. Logue, R. B. FC1
44. Lynch, W. L. F1
45. MacAlman, S. E. PHM1
46. MacGowen, T. J. MOMM1
47. Magyar, A. J. MM3
48. Manalisay, J. C. ST3
49. Mandjiak, P. A. MM3
50. Massa, E. E. S1
51. Maulding, E. C. SM3
52. Maulding, G. E. TM3
53. McGill, T. J. CMOMMA
54. McGilton, H. E. TM3
55. McSpadden, D. J. TM1
56. Mills, M. L. RT1
57. Misch, G. A. LTJG
58. Morton, D. W. CDR
59. Neel, P. TM2
60. O'Brien, F. L. EM1
61. O'Neal, R. L. EM3
62. Ostrander, E. E. MM3
63. Phillips, P. D. SC1
64. Rennels, J. L. SC2
65. Renno, H. S1
66. Seal, E. H. Jr. TM2
67. Simonetti, A. R. SM2
68. Skjonsby, V. L. LCDR
69. Smith, D. O. BM1
70. Stevens, G. V. MOMM2
71. Terrell, W. C. QM3
72. Thomas, W. S1
73. Tyler, R. O. TM3
74. Vidick, J. EM2
75. Wach, L. J. COX
76. Waldron, W. E. RM3
77. Ware, N. C. CEM
78. White, W. T. Y2
79. Whipp, K. L. MM2
80. Witting, R. L. MM3



About Me

The first 'grown up' book Paul Crozier ever read was "War Fish" by George Grider. Since then he has spent most of his life researching the U.S. Submarine Force in WWII and USS Wahoo (SS-238) in particular.


This blog is dedicated to all who have served in the U.S. Submarine Force. Thank you for your service and sacrifice.

Admiral Chester Nimitz

"We shall never forget it was our submarines that held the line against the enemy while our fleets replaced losses and repaired wounds."

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