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CTMCBAJ USN I KILLED IN ACTION SERAFINI, ROBERT S Ic V6 USNR KILLED IN ACTION ,Vw ,. -' f -fvyxf, N 3, , 1 ,- -r 1, ,ml 7 ,.....- :.,,-,........,..,,,....,.. . rf-1 -.. uf . f W' NJ gf , STHE CAPTAINS OF THE FARENHOLT E. T. SEAWARD A. G. BECKMANN K- S- SHOOK Comdr., USN Comdr., USN C0I11dI'-, USN 2 April, 1942-I7 July, 1943 I7 July, 1943-2 Feb., 'l944 2 Feb-1 1944-'ls Dec-1 T944 B. MAGOFFIN, Ill C. R. SHELDON V. B. GRAFF Comdr., USN Lt., USNR Comdr., USN I6 Dec., 1944-29 Jan., 1946 29 Jun., 1946-I Mar., 1946 I Mar., 1946-Decommissioning THE COMMANDERS OF DESTROYER SQUADRON 12 ' R. G. TOBIN, CAPT., USN T. J. RYAN, coMDR., USN 'U' A. A. BURKE, COMDR., USN 131 knot Burkel RODGER SIMPSON, CAPT., USN w. P. BURFORD, CAPT., USN L. K. REYNOLDS, CAPT., USN T. c. RAGAN, CART., USN Four Commissioning of U. S. S. FARENHOLT 2 April 1942 Five 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 F I 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 V 1 1 F 1 1 i 1 1 J 1 1 1 I 1 W , 1 1 , 1 ' 1 1 1 I 1 1 1 5 1 1:1 SHIP S HISTORY Durmg war years one of the fleet s fastest and hardest punchlng hghtwerght destroyers the USS FARENHOLT IS today decommrssloned and 1n reserve at Charleston S C Hrgh on her dlrector neatly scored 1n sllhouette and hash marks are five Japanese planes three shlps five shore batterres and mne shore bombardments the palnted resume of more than three years of tedlous punlshrng warefare durrng thrrteen credrted engagements from Guadalcanal to the heart of the Japanese Emprre TIIIS trrm grey destroyer does not have one story It has hundreds one for every man and officer who hved and fought her Some pralsed her some cussed her A few dled aboard her This cannot be the story of a Shlp It 1S only a shell of a story 1nto whlch each man can fill hrs own experlenccs the real story The USS FARENHOLT was commrssloned Aprrl 2 1942, m the Brooklyn Navy Yard N Y Lt Comdr E T Seward USN commandlng After a crulse to Portland Me New port R I and Norfolk Va the untrled 1 630 ton t1n can headed for the beleaguered P80150 where a v1ctor1ous Japanese Navy held the OITGHSIVC Accompanylng shrps lncluded the USS Wasp USS Qumcv IJSS North Carohna USS San Juan USS Iang USS Terrett and USS Wllson The task group stopped brrefly at San Drego Cahf rn June 1942 was Jomed by trans ports and then shoved off for the Tonga Islands east of the FIJI Islands By th1s trme a fast burldlng US Navy and lVIar1ne Corps were ready for a gamble on Guadalcanal Just another lsland 1n Pacrflc gazetters untll August 7 1942 The men of the FARENHOLT were there that day just as they were for almost every httle sand sp1t rsland rn the Solomons The staff of COIHDCSROH Twelve headed by Captarn R G Tobln USN was also now on board The F 1ght1ng F made her debut Wltll a carrrer task force remalnlng at sea forty five days before retlrrng to Noumea New Caledonla Much needed an support for the Guadalcanal operatron was supplled Re enterrng the costly campargn the FARENHOLT agaln wlth the flat tops learned the elementary lessons of battle whlle plcklng up one hundred thuty three surv1vors from a once powerful ca1r1er the USS Wasp The Elhce Islands were next on Oct 3 1942 Thls was not as dangerous but no 1n VdS10ll IS a PICIIIC for all units lnvolved Srnce there was no such overused word as rehabrlltatlon ln 1942 on the erghth the FARENHOLT USS San Franclsco USS Helena USS Salt Lake Clty USS Bolse USS Buchanan USS Laffey and USS Duncan were ordered to lntercept the strong Nlp task forces supplylng the enemy troops on Guadalcanal Whlle engaged 1n th1s duty on the nlght of October 11 12 the FABENHOLT narrowly lnlssed belng wrltten off the records It was a helhsh forty mlnute nlghtmare of flame shrap nel and exploslon officlally named the battle of Cape Esperance The Duncan was sunk the BOISC and Salt Lake C1ty hrt and the FARENHOLT left behrnd dlsabled and barely afloat The remalnder of the task group left her behlnd th1nk1n her sunk as the result of four SIX rnch shell hlts It was the followrng afternoon before communrcatrons were re establlshed and the crew accounted for three dead and twenty five wounded Nrne Japanese shrps were sunk two heavy crulsers one hght crulser one transport and five destroyers accordlng to Admlral Nlmrtz Arded by the USS Aaron Ward the FARENHOLT slowly steamed to ESPIIIIU Santo New I'Iebr1des then to Noumea and finally to Pearl Harbor T H where battle damage repalrs were effected Seven I .9 . 9 1 . n o' 0' , 9 - ' 9 1 n u h 9 9 U .0 I 0 9 9 "- 9 . 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Of. 0- 9 5 ' . . . ,1 , . 9 9 ' 9 9 , . , . . 9 9 9 9 7 9 '9 I 0 'v I 5: SHIPS HISTORY fcontmuedl Damage was so heavy that lt took months to return the shlp to fightmg form Thls was accompllshed ln February 1943 when the veteran t1n can was routed back to the Sol omons belng uncomfortably present for the huge enemy a1r ralds on Slllpplllg ln that area lncludlng the seventh of Aprll 98 plane rald Other shrps mcludlng the orlglnal Aaron Ward of squadron Twelve were not as fortunate as the FARENHOLT whlch was credlted w1th several downed planes A new ComDesRon Twelve Cmdr T .I Ryan USN reported on board for duty In June landlngs commenced on Rendova Island The Japanese reslsted bltterly mount mg heavy plane ralds attacklng w1th submarlnes and shelllng shlppmg w1th thelr shore bat ter1es The FARENHOLT accounted for three planes two shore batterles and attacked a sub It was a hlghly dangerous operatlon, the loss of any one shlp belng a near calamlty Several tlmes the FARENHOLT maneuvered vlolently and successfully to avold aerlal tor pedoes The USS lVlcCawley, a transport, was torpedoed by the ,laps and later sunk by our own forces Admlral Turner who was ln command of the IIIVHSIOII transferred to the FAR ENHOLT and returned to Guadalcanal on board For almost a month the crew slept httle remalned at battle statlons at nlght and ate canned meat and sardlne sandwlches wh11e alternately bombardlng and screenlng off Ren dova Lt Comdr A C1 Beckman the executrve officer became sklpper ln July 1943 In between the lsland 1nvas1ons the next of whlch was to be Vella la Vella the FAR ENHOLT escorted supply shlps to advance garrlsons ran the Solomons Slot w1th other t1n cans many of whose names are best known by the present 2 200 ton destroyers renamed after them It was rug ed duty No one llked lt Many feared lt There was wuld ICJOICIIID 1n mld October when a Sydney llberty was ordered SIX days of everytlun a sallor could ask for and dld Aclmlral Halsey orlglnally granted ten days but cut lt short and rushed the FARENHOLT back to the Solomons for the Treasury Cmdr A A Burke USN 31 knot Burke Squadron Commander smce early summer was 1C11CV8d by Captaln Rodger Slmpson USN Captaln Slmpson boarded the FARENHOLT at sea when the shlp rendezvoused w1th a ca1r1e1 force on 1tS way to strlke Rabaul 1n support of the Bou a1nv1lle operatlon The pllots scored some of the most Cf1.6Ct1VC strlkes of the wal 1n the succeedlng weeks successfully dlsruptlng J ap re enforcements bound for Bougaln v1lle and s1nk1ng at least Clgllt crulsers By comparlson lt was a mllk run and the detachment from the carr1er force to resume the mghtly ralds 1Ht0 Japanese waters was not celebrated Sometlmes lt was a convoy to Bou galnvllle an antl shlpplng sweep above the Solomons a bombardment of Cholseul B0ug31H v1lle or the Shortlands or a radlo decoy operatlon Shore batterles frequently returned the blasts of the PARENHOLT five lnchers and planes loosed bombs overhead or snooped the group by n1 ht Tl11s type of warfale contlnued for months untll after the Gleen Island 1nvas1on At that tlme the USS St LOUIS several thousand yards away caught a bomb losmg twenty five men February 1944 marked another hlgh polnt 1n the FARENHOLT s hlstory t e Rabaul and Kavleng ralds for whlch speclal engagment stars were later authorlzed Rabaul was to the Solomons what Tokyo was to the home lslands It brlstled Wltll fortlflcatlons Troops numbered more than 100 000 Unknown warshlps were present Mme fields and nav1gat1onal dangers were uncharted lt was llttle wonder that the men of the ive raldlng DesRon Twelve destroyers were sllghtly apprehenslve of the outcome The mlsslon had all the elements of a su1c1de run or at the very least lt was belleved to be such by many men and officers Nme , . . . . . . 9 9 ' 0 I I 0 0 I 9 9 . U I 9 I O O 0 I . , 9 9 . , . . . , , . C 0 , ' 4 C 9 9 ' 9 9 9 ' . . . . . . . O ' O I Q R . . . . . . 9 9 9 ' . . . . . . 9 9 . . . . . C . , . . . C. 1 0 0 n 9 , , 0 I 9 9 ' 9 9 ' 9 . . . . . Hg . . . I Q 0 I 1 C 1 Q I ' T 0' n 1. g c , . 0' 9 Island and Bougalnvllle landlngs. , as 79 - ' ' ' - 9 9 ' 9 1 , 9 ' gc . L ' , u u C C s 9 9 ' ' 9 9 9 ' 9 ' 9 ' 4 -' g . , . . 0 9 9 9 9 ' . . . , . . , , 9 ff H - h L L 1 7 . . ' I , D 4 I 0- n . 9 9 fv in '- M gp lf s I I 4, L 'N I I I gf L .- -ill! SHIPS HISTORY fconhnuedl Agaln the sklll and the swlftness of the ralders helped maul a more powerful enemy Troop and supply depots were shredded Wlth shells sh1pp1ng was torpedoed and enemy ln stallatlons were leveled The FARENHOLT fired 214 salvos scorchlng all the pa1nt off the gun barrels and settlng fire to a bloomer on gun number three DesRon Twelve steamed to the harbor nets before unleashmg the worst blow the tor pedo attack The horlzon was spotted Wlth fires flares and flashes Some Jap mlssles whmed over at mast helght others fell short It was a reheved and exhausted crew wh1ch greeted the sun11se Whlle Stlll at General uarters the follow1n mormng Admlral Halsey was st11k1ng hard ln early 1943 and lmmedlately ordered an ant1 shlp plng sweep and bombardment of Kavleng New Ireland a fortress so lmposlng that a month after the destroyer attack the Navy sent several battleshlps to tackle the Job One hapless ,lap merchant shlp was sunk by the FARENHOLT and accompanylng de stroyers shortly before the dawn of the bombal dment Even then the IQ3V16Ilg shore batterles were not alerted The duel began at dayllght the flagship leadlng the way back and forth ln front of the formldable shore batterles It d1d not take the enemy long to determlne our range and speed Shells soon splashed on elther slde always narrow1ng the dlstance Then the shell numbered DD491 arrlved explodlng wlth a dull thud whlle stlll on 1ts way to the forwald fire 1oom Not one man was 1nJu1ed only a pet plg was 1nJured by the concusslon The damage to the Shlp and also to the USS Buchanan was not cr1t1cal and the fight contlnued Flnal tally gave us several shore batterles a huge ammunltlon dump exploded a tankel sunk and satlsfactlon of havlng drlven rema1n1n enemy shlpplng out the othe1 end of the harbor 1nto the gun muzzles of another destroyer squadron Phase two was about over for the tr1m Shlp and several weeks later she made the long voyage home for repalrs to the sl11p and leave for the men and officers The Shlp was then the Green Island landlngs No one needs a descrlptlon of a stateslde leave and 1n June 1944 the war began agfun for the FARENHOLT wh1ch st1ll had many of the old hands on board Flrst came Guam It was a pushover for the Navy the Marlnes deserved the Cfedlt The Flghtlng Fs part was a mlnor but necessary sc1een1n the beach 1n never endln figure elghts for twenty four long days and nlghts The FARENHOLT then Jolned the fast car11ers the vast and overpowerlng fleet wh1ch had mushroomed 1nto reallty 1n the pre VIOHS SIX months A1r strlkes on the Palaus Yap the Phlhpplnes and Morotal were filst on the docket It was not essentlally dlfficult duty but the lnfrequent a1r attacks were a remlnder of what could mater1al1ze Upon completlon of the Mamla strlkes the task roup retlred The FARENHOLT had suffeled a boller casualty and needed repalrs badly Slnce these were not completed 1n tlme the FARENHOLT was delayed and rejolned Task Force 38 just 1n tlme to partlclpate ln the support of the landln on Leyte Phlllpplne and to escort the torpedo crlppled USS Houston and USS Canberra back to Ul1th1 Once anchored 1n Ullthl the FARENHOLT took a back seat ComDesRon Twelve was placed 1n charge of patrol and escort dutles ln the Marlanas and made hlS headquarters on the FARENHOLT first at Ulltlll and later at Ko sol Pas a e Palau Islands Elm en , . I I . , . . , . - , , 7 . 7 - I , I 0 4 - ' . . 7 7 . . , . . .U 9 . . . . L , , . . 7 . . . . . U . , 9 . . I ' 9 7 7 C commanded by Lt. Comdr. K. E. Shook, USN, who relieved Captain Beckman shortly before . . . . 5 3 C . 7 . . . . . g . . . , . i . . 64 9 9 , i gi i . g U . - U . i . y. . . . . 7 , 7 . u ' 9 . . 9 g . . ' I g v Sv . ' . . . . . C ' , ' ' s s g , . 1 w 1 W i W 1 4 w N i W w 1 3 , 1 i i f , I E 2 5 4 ! 4 i I z sHlP's I-usToRY fcontinuedl A ln some ways it was a reward to the ship for many months of active dutyg in other ways it was boring and uninteresting. The movies and regular mail we had then were missed several months later. Okinawa was ripe for invasion and the U. S. was ready to seize it in April, 1945. At first the FARENHOLT and DesRon Twelve were not included in the support forces, but the suicide planes forced many tin cans out of action and Desliion Twelve was ordered to Okinawa at top speed. Back to war was welcomed by most men, especially the new crew members. The long stay at anchor was perhaps a little too restful. What they welcomed was a rough introduction to the Japanese most effective weapon to date, the suiciders. Twenty-four hours after arrival and assignment to a screening station, a J ap singled out the FARENHOLT's sector of the screen and crash dived into a DE, the U-SS Oberrender, damaging her so badly that she was later decommissioned. ComDesRon Twelve took charge of the rescue operations and the FARE-NHOLT went alongside to fight fires. Lt. Comdr. B. Magoffin, USN, was captain of the ship then, having relieved Captain Shook at Kossol Passage. The succeeding days were filled with new raids of varying size. A few ships were al- ways among the permanent victims. General Quarters was an exhausting regularity. When orders to a small carrier force striking Sakishima Island group, south of Okinawa, a staging point for J ap suiciders, arrived, a feeling of relief was widespread. It was justified, for in the next few weeks a calm sea, very few bogies and constant flight of friendlies over- head made it ugood duty". Like all good duty, it couldn't last. Leyte Gulf, Philippines, and then the Third Fleet unit supporting the fast carriers off the Japanese homeland were the flagship's next assign- ments. lt, too, was quiet, except for countless mines, of which FARENHOLT gunners sank their share. Days became weeks before back to Okinawa for the end of the war. Captain Luther K. Reynolds, USN, was now Commodore. He was soonto be relieved by Captain Thomas C. Hagan, USN. It certainly didn't look like the end as the FARENHOLT dropped anchor in Buckner Bay on July 28, 1945. The ship the FARENHOLT was to relieve on picket station was sunk the same night. Next night another destroyer was hit just outside the FARENHOLT's an- chorage. The war continued in similar fashion until August 9, when the first news release of Japanese peace intentions startled the Okinawa forces into a wild celebration with guns, rockets and searchlights. It was slightly premature as the scattered air raids during the 11ext few days proved - a transport bombed, the USS Pennsylvania torpedoed. But the hoped for, dreamed of, and prayed for ending came on August 15 and the FARENHOLT signalman ran up the V-J flag. There was no noisy emotional celebration this time - only a tired and grateful feeling that it was over and we would be homeward-bound soon, and perhaps, for some, the wish that mankind would never again be fo-rced to resist oppressive, domineering minds at the expense of the life of any man, race or nation. But the War was not yet ofiicially over for the F arenholt. For three months the tired tin can braved typhoons, assisted in the occupation of the Sakishima group and convoyed to Sasebo, Kyushu. On October 31, 1945, the FARENHOLT and Desliion Twelve saw the last of desolute Okinawa. Its homeward-bound pennant flying the veteran ship touched Saipan, Pearl Harbor, San Diego and transmitted the Panama Canal to Charleston, S. C. y Only another war could revive the FARENHOLT. Only the men who sailed her, fought her, a11d brought her home would determine that. U is , Ep. Thzrteen L57 311 , i I '-491: f g "di "-' af. X 1' Fourteen SHlP'S HISTORY fcontinuedl THE FOLLOWING ARE MESSAGES OF INTEREST ADDRESSED TO THE USS FAREN- HOLT AND THE STAFF OF COMDESRON TWELVE WHILE THE USS FARENHOLT WAS OPERATING IN THE PACIFIC OCEAN: RABAUL AIR STRIKES-1 NOVEMBER 1943 SARA given chance is deadly. Message real music and opens tree tops to funeral dirge for Tojo,s Rabaul-Halsey, ' General MacArthur has sent his sincere congratulations on the splendid accomplishments of Task Force 38 and states that every man and officer reserves commendation. A BOMBARDMENTS, January 1944 In making things hum at Umum fBougainvilleJ your fast stepping veterans have turned in another star performance. Well done to them all. lTo DesRon Twelve from Halseyj. Things are shorter in the Shortlands since you showered down on them X Well done to all hands for your smooth performance-Halsey. RABAUL SURFACE RAID, February 1944 The first surface ship shelling of Rabaul, ably preceded and abetted by SoPac fliers adds an- other worry wrinkle to Tojo's brow. My congratulations to Simpsonis Shellackers for a grand performance-Halsey. Heartiest congratulations to you and all concerned in Rabaul air strikes. The relentlessness of the attacks and their effectiveness have aroused admiration and enthusiasm everywhere. The daring and successful destroyer raids were also splendid in every way and were conceived and accomplished in the best Farragut manner-MacArthur. KAVIENG SURFACE RAID, February 1944 To all destroyers working over the ,laps on the 24th and 25th a rousing well done-Halsey. Congratulations once more to Rodgers, Rangers. The .laps know that Twelfth night means a total blackout for them-Rear Admiral Ainsworth. Message Adm. Ainsworth-Squadron Twelve realizes that the training you have given us and the fighting spirit you have instilled in us will guide us in our future operations. We ap- preciate your good wishes and hope to get you a few trophies. Simpson's Scraperoos. fFrom ComDesDiv I0 to ComDesRon Twelvel . Congratulations on your last jaunt. Best of luck on the next, but leave something for us when we get off this milk run. QF rom ComDesDiv I0 to ComDesRon Twelvel. Looks like another first for Simpson's Scraperoos. Wish we could be with you. Good luck, good hunting and a full bag-Rear Admiral Ainsworth. Salaams to Simpson's Scraperoos. To all hands DesRon Twelve my congratulations on a job indeed well done-Ainsworth. SOLOMONS FINALE, March 1944 Your efficient services have been greatly appreciated while operating as a part of Task Force 38. Please convey to all your officers and men my heartiest thanks and congratulations, for duty well done and my best wishes for a happy and prosperous cruise in the future. fFrom Commander Task Force 38 to ComDesRon Twelvel. To the Squadron Commander and all ships, all ofiicers and men of the Buchanan and Wood- worth a pleasant voyage and best wishes for your happiness during your well merited visit to those at home. You have the satisfaction of a long and arduous task well and brilliantly done. I hope I may again have the pleasure of having you sail with me-Commander Task Force 38. To Captain Simpson. The departure of DesRon Twelve, the veterans of the South Pacific, will reduce drastically the tempo of the J ap smashing in this area, but in the fertile fields ahead Simpson's Slashers will carry on their glorious and inspiring deeds of which all of us are so justly proud. Good hunting and good luck-Halsey. 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SAN DIEGO SAN FRANCISCO, CALIF. PEARL HARBOR ENIWETOK GUAM AREA ENIWETOK PHILIPPINE ISLANDS AREA MANUS ISLAND PHILIPPINE ISLANDS AREA ULITHI ATOLL PALAU ISLANDS AREA ULITHI AREA OKINAWA AREA SOUTH OF KERAMA RETTO LEYTE, P. I. ULITHI ATOLL EAST OF JAPAN OKINAWA AREA SAKISHIMA GUNTO AREA OKINAWA AREA SASEBO, JAPAN BUCKNER BAY SAIPAN PEARL HARBOR SAN DIEGO, CALIF. PANAMA CANAL CHARLESTON, S. C. 1224 WI ARRIVED 8 20 43 9 8 43 9 28 43 10 19 43 10 29 43 10 30 43 10 14 43 10 15 43 3 8 44 3 13 44 3 19 44 5 29 44 6 13 44 6 21 44 7 9 44 7 21 44 8 13 44 9 6 44 9 28 44 10 16 44 10 27 44 11 11 44 2 20 45 5 8 45 5 15 45 6 19 45 7 1 45 7 6 45 7 28 45 9 23 45 10 14 45 10 22 45 10 25 45 11 3 45 11 13 45 11 21 45 12 2 45 12 8 45 A .g' : 1 1 5 1 ,E il ' .N T f N T 1 N 1 .1 1 x i I 5 E -I W 1 , ,E 1 I 3 1 ,N i E N 5 N W P w . X w N k N N , 3 w 1 N I i I I 4 1 s 1 I P, 1 ml I i l QV i ,w if L fig ff' A iw! i , fi. hgfg af V 2 V A53 4,1 4, ,W ,gsxyl , will 7' f - kwa ,,. 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Seaward, USN 15 September, 1942, Picking up survivors of USS WASP 9 9 9 . 9 9 - . 9 9 9 9 . .. . 0 9 9 9 9 9 . . 9 9 9 . 9 ,., 0 . .. ' 9 9 9 . . . 9 99 . .. . . 9 9 9 . 9 9 9 . . . 9 9 9 . 9 9 9 . . O 9 9 9 9 9 99 9 . . . 9 9 9 Commander Eugene T. Seaward, USN 7 April, 1943, Air attacks in vicinity of Rua Sura, Solomon Islands Lieutenant George Henry Hairston, Jr., USNR 18 February, 1944, First bombardment of Rabaul, New Ireland Phillippi, Fred Eugene, CPl1lVI, USN 15 September, 1942 3 Caring for survivors of the USS WASP Dunbar, Irwin Elmer, lVIM1c, USN 11 October, 1942, Battle olf Savo Island, Solomon Islands McMenimen, Russell Charles, EM1c, USN 11 October, 19423 Battle off Savo Island, Solomon Islands A Mamelli, Joseph C., PhM2c, USN, 15 September, 1942, Caring for survivors of USS WASP Smith, Bert Elmer, WT2c, USN 11 October, 1942, Battle off Savo Island, Solomon Islands Twenty aacl0ff6cm4a15cZeaa1!5e ' PURPLE HEART MEDAL 1l-12 October, 1942, Battle of Cape Esperance Killed in Action: Buchanan, Mack fnl BM2c, USN Napier, Arba E., CTM QPAJ, USN Serafini, Robert fnl Slc, V6, USNR Wounded : Captain R. G. Tobin, USN Lieutenant Commander A. G. Beckmann, USN Lieutenant R. A. Wetherup, USN Lieeutenant fjgj P. H. Heider, USNR Lieutenant fjgl G. H. Hairston, Jr., USNR Anderson, Merle A., TM1c, USN Boutwell, Kent, Slc, USN Sharlow, Alfred J., Slc, V6, USNR Soderlind, Carol W., RC QMJ 2c, V6, USNR Cameron, Robert B., CFC fPAJ, USN Chinn, Donald T., CY QAAJ, USN Clark, Eugene T., MM2c, USN Kovach, Andrew J., FC QMJ lc, USN Phillipi, Fred E., CPhM fAAD, USN Ames, George S., Flc, USN Butcher, Frank C., SC2c, USN Deaton, Kenneth M., Slc, V3, USNR Dortu, Henry H., CCStd 1fAAJ, V6, USNR Dunbar, lrwin E., MM1c, USN Griffin, Ralph K., Jr., Slc, USN Hardos, John fnl, SM1c, V6, USNR Harrow, Charles J., Cox, USN Hines, James E., FC IMD 2c, USN Honeyball, Jack W., S2c, V6, USNR Keif, John E., Jr., Slc, V6, USNR Lane, Everett S., CM2c, V6, USNR McMenimen, Russell C., EM1c, USN McShane, Charles K., Jr., Y3c, V6, USNR Miller, Raymond R., S2c, V6, USNR Minson, Nolen M., MM1c, USN Minard, Victor C., CQM KAAJ, 0-1, USNR Neary, John M., Slc, V6, USNR Phillip, Walter A., CQM KPAJ, USN Raynes, Richard F., Slc, V6, USNR Renczenski, Edward M., SC2c, V6, USNR Saxon, Louis A., SM1c, V6, USNR Small, Richard E., MM1c, V6, USNR Talbot, Bernard J., Slc, V6, USNR Urban, Constantine J., Slc, V6, USNR Wallwork, John J., RM3c, USN Weisse, Albert fnl, S2c, V6, USNR Whitaker, Robert B., S2c, V3, USNR Zieman, Morris M., S2c, V6, USNR Twenty-one Twenty-two f xi D .7 Q? I I' Twenty-three Twenty-four Twenty-five Twenty-six Twenty-seven 4 Twenty'-eight ALM ,Ami 1...- Q kv E-, 33 SK , Q, 2 6 if ? . Twenty-n ine Thirty Thirty-one Thirty-two T hirty-three Thirty-four Thirty-five 1 N W w f L V E I 7 i ? f 5 Y 1 Thirty-six Az.fa2wzz.az-'21 I L,.1-.1-,.-f :-p,.p.- .-W, ,M-2,924 i i i Thi rty-seven H1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 I I 1 1 1 1 1 1 si 11 1, 1 . ' Thirty-eight .5""41W VZ- .raw f 'amz MM' ff '-wasz:m:.sv,::f u 4, :ewan J" Th irty-n ine 3 c S, Forty ' J . Qfqhd f f Forty-one Z6 S. S. Zneadalzf fZD4Wl ? Due to the fact that records are not complete some men,s names will not appear on this llSt some addresses will not be shown. The rates and ranks shown may not be correct. ABBOTT, R. L., ENS. 2048 Roseville Pasadena, Calif. ADAM, ROBERT D., SK lc 4451 Alumni Ave. Los Angeles, Calif. ADAMS, W. J. Rt. 1, Box 102 cfo Mrs. B. Shaw Duncan, Arizona ADDERHOLT Rt. 2, East Tupelo Tupelo, Miss. ALM, WALLACE P. ,110 2nd St., NW Mandan, N. Dak. ANDERSON, B., QM 2c Eureka, Texas ANDERSON, J. B. 739 Beeson Drive Winchester, Indiana ANDERSON, RAY Rocky Comfort, Missouri ANDERSON, R. E. I 608 Kennedy Texas ANDERES, IVIN E., FC 3c ARNESON, HAROLD S., SM 1c 1109 7th. Ave. N Great Falls, Montana ANDERSON, HAROLD L. 509 SE 2nd St. Galva, Illinois ANTONUCCI, DOMINIC, M 3c 369 Patterson Ave. Akron 1101, Ohio ANTONUCCI, RICHARD 533 28th Sr. San Francisco, Calif. ASKELAND, CLARENCE E., GM 2.51 Milford, Iowa AUSTIN, JERRY, CSM 602 Franklin St. Watertown, N. Y. AUGUSTINE, CMM 234 Third St. Albany, N. Y. AVERY, W. J., CWT BACOM, ALTON, S lc 2114 Sutter Ave. Richmond, Calif. BAILEY, W. Cedeville, W. Va. BAILEY, C. D. 314 N Shifferdecker Joplin, Mo. BAILEY, J. L. 621 Broad St. La Grange, Ga. BAKER, J. B. BALL, JOHN M. 3255 S Jefferson Ave. St. Louis 1181, Mo. BALLANCE, EMIL E., Bkr 3c Wolf Lake, Ill. F orty-two BALLARD, DONALD, GM 3c Perry 1761, Mich. BALLEW, MARION R., QM 3c Route 1 O'Donnell. Texas BANG, JOHN A., SF 3c Bellaire, Texas BARBER, GEORGE W. 201 E lst Proctor, Minn. BARBEE, HUGH V., S lc Stevensona, Ala. BARKER, ,LESTER V., F lc Rt. 3, Box 209 Chico, Calif. BARHORST, NORBERT G. 205 Linwood St. ' Dayton 151, Ohio BARHORST, ROBERT 205 Linwood St. Dayton 151, Ohio BARLOW, MARTIN 1478 White Horse Pike Absecon, N. J. ' BARNHILL, F. C., Jr., LIEUT. 431 E Arrow St. Marshall, Mo. BARRETT, E. J., CY 124 Summer St. Summerville 1431, Mass. BARTER, CHARLES, BM 2c 14 Schillek St. Jamaica Plains, Mass. BARTON, CECIL E., MM 2c Rt. 1 Ringling, Okla. r BALSIGER, GORDON L., S lc 219 E 89th St. Los Angeles, Calif. BATEMAN cfo Mr. P. R. Thredgill PO Box 59 ' Lexington, Tenn. BAUMGARTNER, ROBERT E., RM 3c N Main St. Prospect, Ohio BAYER, HAROLD J., LIEUT. QMCJ 236 'S Connecticut Ave. Atlantic City, N. J. BEASLEY, R., EM lc Eastman, Wisconsin BECKMAN, A. G., COMDR., USN 4536 Clayton Ave. St. Louis, Mo. BEINE, LT. 1jg1 1MC1 2036 High Sr. Salena, Calif. BELL, R. H. BELME, GEORGE, SC lc 336 Edison St. Dayton 171, Ohio BENKOVSKY, ALBERT, RdM 2c 709 N Jordan St. Allentown, Pa. hi--,I ,m l . H I .. . .. , . . .. . I . . I .. . . . . , . . 1 . .. . .. . ., . .... . 1 . 1 PERSONNEL 1continuedl BENNET, LE ROY cfo Mrs. F. Brown RFD -H15 Warsaw, Indiana BEOKA, ALEXANDER JIMMY, FC lc 525 S Hiatt St. La Hahra, Calif. BERGAMINI, H. V. W., ENS. 1105 Park Ave. New York, N. Y. BERRES, RUDOLPH PETER, So 436 N Roy Ave. Melrose Park 131, Ill. BERRY, CHARLES D., ENS. Spruce Pine North Carolina BERTRAM, JAMES S., S lc St. Anne, Ill. BESSERT, KENNETH E., SF 3c 2829 Edgington Franklin Park, Ill. BEYER, CLARENCE L., RdM 3c 2908 Hawthorne St. St. Franklin Park, Ill. BLAKE, H. 907 S Meadow St. 1 Richmond, Calif. BLANKENSHIP, M. H., GM 2c BLOMQUIST, T. R., ENS. Waubun, Minn. BOEHNER, DONALD G. 1917 Emerson Ave., South Minneapolis, Minn. cfo Mrs. R. B. Gilmore BOLAND, J. F., MM lc 418 W. Poplar Compton, Calif. BOUC, JOSEPH J., WT 2c 4608 Penn St. Tonguien, Wash. BOZARTH, HERBERT E., F lc 9202 Kentucky Ave. Kansas City 135, Mo. BRASI, VINCENT B., PhM 3c Cedar Point, Ill. BRASSEAUX . 204 S Main St. Abeville, La. BRAWNING, C. T. BRAUMABECK, G. E. BRENNER, CHESTER R., CMM 409 Riffel Ave. Greenville, Ohio BRETZ 1515 Jackson Ave. Portsmouth, Ohio BRIGGS, V. cfo Dr. D. W. Briggs Ewing, Nebr. BROOKS, H. B. 1325 Regent St. Alameda, Calif. BROOKS, RALPH 1305 ALA Ave. Gadsden, Ala. BROWN, JOHN D., RM lc 5740 R St. S. Omaha, Nebr. BROWN, L. V. BROWN, R. F. M BROWN, ROBERT F., Jr., Cox. 127 Pine St. Logan, W. Va. BROWNING, BEAUFORD C., RdM 2c BRUNELLE, G. E., TM 3c East Street Petersham, Mass. BUCKNER, S. L. Cauner 121, Ky. BUCKNER, SAMUEL O., SoM 2c Star Route Winona, Mo. BUDISH 3903 E Somers Ave. Cudahy, Wisc. ' -A BUFFINGTON, KENNETH SCOTT, Wauneta, Nebr. BULLINGTON, OSCAR B., MM Sc RR 10 Pollack Ave. Evansville, Ind. BRUNGER, F. D. A BUNTEN, EDDIE M., RdM 2c 2061 Liberty St. Coatesville, Ind. BURD, D. J., F lc Rt. 4, Box 417 Travers. City, Michigan CAPT. W. P. BURFORD, USN 222 'GJW Ave. Coronado, Calif. BURR, C., LIEUT. 1jgJ No information BUTCHER cfo R. Mack, S Wisc. Ave. Wellston, Ohio BUTTOLPH, D. L., LIEUT. U31 18 Wilson St. Hartsdale, N. Y. BUTTS, ROBERT G., BM 2c 79 Washington St. Carbondale, Pa. BYAL, EM 2c 1407 N Milwaukee St. Milwaukee, Wisc. CALVERT CAMERON, CFC CAMP . Omega, Ga. CANDELLA, JOSEPH A., RdM 2c Rt. 1, Box 2A Zwalle, La. CAPERTON, HUGH, Y 2c Culpeper, Va. CAPPS, HARRY W., Bkr 2c 2132-f Magnolia Rd. Vine Hill Nashville 171, Tenn. CARDER, GUY W., CMM 422 W Pine St. Johnson City, Tenn. CARDONA, . 2410 St. Louis San Antonio, Texas CHAMPEELAIN PO Box 769 Binghamton, N. Y. CHAPMAN, HARRY T., GM 3c Box 246 Pecos, Texas RdM 3c Forty-three PERSON N EL I continued J CHAPMAN HENRY .I Rt 1 Box 134 Mansfield La CHESNEY STANLEY P 4153 McV1cker Ave. Chicago Ill CHINN KENNETH Y RM 3c 1505 E Jelferson St Seattle 1225 Wash CHRISTENSEN ROBERT L Leshara Nehr CLARK E T CLARK HOBERT F GM 2c Niday Va CLEMENS ROBERT .I. MM 3c 862 Elsmere Place Bronx l60J N Y COAKLEY RICHARD F FC lc R. 2 Sterling Colo COHEN MURRY TM 20 1663 Washington Ave Bronx N Y COLLER HARRY E MM Philadelphia P . COLLINS W D Rt 2 Box 21 Sherrill Ark CONSTANDILO THOMAS CONSTANTINE JOHN A F 1035 E 8 Mile Rd. Hazel Park Michigan COOK G. .I 311 St Lawrence Ave. Beloit Wisconsin COWAN JOHN W GM lc c o Mrs Broberg 617 E Garfield Ave Glendale Calif COX RICHARD T S lc 2325 Dana St Berkeley Q41 Calif COX WILLIAM D S 637 Rawlings St Louisville Q87 Ky. CRANDALL ROBERT L SC 101 Craigie Ave. DAUR LAWRENCE 180 Greenwich Ave Greenwich Conn DAVIS ROBERT S 3730 Mack Ave Cleveland C93 Ohio DAVIS PAUL V S 2c DAVIS WILLIAM H I' lc 1546 E 43 St Cleveland Ohio DAWSON SIGMON A. Std 3c 682 Barney St Battle Creek Mich DEAN HAROLD R S 2c DEAN WM C S 2c DECKER STUART W S 2c DELONEY ALVIN T SSML 2c 398 3rd St East Twin Falls Idaho DEVAULT G 517 Billing Ave. Paulsboro N. J. DEVER CEORCE W I' 1c . D DeVINCENT GEORGE A. S 2c 6029 Colgate St. Philadelphia 11 Pa DICK E 829 Mcpherson Ave Cincinatti Q53 Ohio D1 FIORE .Anthony S 2e 35 Columbus Ave Tuchahoe N Y DIKEL SAMUEL QM 2c 1417 11th Ave North Minneapolis Minn. DILLON R H SSML 2c 210 South Swan St Batavia N Y DISHER CHARLES E RM Hanshoro North Dakota DITLEFSEN KENNETH L. S lc 1520 Benton St Alameda Calif. DIXON DONALD SoM 2c 2411 Annor Court Baltimore Md A DOSCH LEE A. LIEUT fgg DOWD C A I , . 'J . s 5 ' , . 9 - 9 ' 9 ' 7 ' . . , . , . 9 7 '1 7 'Y 1 ' 7 '7 , . . 7 ' 7 7 ' 9 7 , . . . 7 '7 9 ' . 7 ' 7 '7 7 7 7 ' '7 7 '7 9 - - 9 '9 , ., . . I , , . , . .. . . 7 7 . 7 7 1 1 , . . , 1 1 ., , ., lc R . 3 513 E Wlshart St. Ashland, Ohio . . , a , , , . . . , , . 9 ' , o , . , ., lc . ' ' 7 7 . 7 , . . , . 7 7 . , . , . 9 9 99 , . ., X - . C. 0 9 . , 9 - , ., 3c , ., 9 o 7 7 , C 0 . ' W , ., lc , ' ' 9 e . . , . , . , ., 3c - N 7 7 ' U . , . . , . . Scotia N Y CRAWSHAW, D. A., EM 2c 203 Monroe St. Fredonia, Kansas CREVIER, JEAN, S lc CREWS, M. P. 109 D Purdivo Pritchard, Ala. CROCKER 326 Maple St. Buffalo, N. Y. CROSS, T. V., SOM 2c 2021 West Clarke 7 Spokane, Wash. CUMSKIN, G. J. 1010 Bedford St. Stamford, Conn. DANIELSON, J. C., MM 30 809 Mary Ave. Willmar, Minn. Forty-four 66 W Parkway 12 Rochester, N. Y. DROUILARD, BENARD J., PhM Qc Flat Rock, Mich. DUDLEY, E. B., ENS. 2101 Crescent Ave. Charlotte, N. C. DUSEK, FRANK F., WT lc 45 .Center St. Salinas, Calif. EDELSTEIN, LIEUT. fjgl 749 27th Ave. San Francisco, Calif. EDWARDS, .IOHN J., S lc cfo Mrs. Sadie Edwards 433 East 147 St. Bronx, N. Y. ELIAS, LESTER, RT lc 2150 Creston Ave. Bronx, N. Y. La,,,,1-,i- -I, .... ...., 3 9 .......... ii., U - ........,.... . ... .. .. . a m . ... I H . .... .9 .,.,.. ...,... ,.,..,.... . 'W 7 I 9, P ii I P 15 ! 5 it PERSONNEL icontinuedl EMMONS, EARL E., SM 2c 1122 East D St. Ontario, Calif. ENGEL, W. F., ENS., USN 4625 Dupont So. Minneapolis, Minn. . ENGLISH, JACK C., RM 3c 1311 Nassau St. Plainview, Texas ENOX 106 N lst St. Hobbs, New Mexico FEEHAN, ASHTON F., S lc 932 Lowerline St. New Orleans 1181, La. FEELEY, WILLIAM, MM lc 1204 St. Johns Place Brooklyn, N. Y. FISHBACK, CLIFFORD J., SoM 2131 So. Grange Ave. Sioux Falls, S. Dak. FISHER, LIEUTQCOMDR., USN 2301 Conn. Ave., NW Washington, D. C. FISHER, Cox. 1085 Wash. Ave. Huntington, W. Va. FITHIAN, G., SC lc 409 Winter Ave. Du Quoin, Ill. FLEDDERMAN, HERBERT A., WT 3c 374 Kaul Ave. St. Marys, Penna. FOLLET, A. L. 1017 Nava Blvd. Houston, Texas FORD, LEONARD T., S lc Brownwood, Missouri FRAZIER, ROOSEVELT, StM lc 3742 Alfred St. lnkster, Mich. FREE, EUGENE L., RM 2c 700 N Walnut St. Clarksville, Texas FREEMAN 1732 W' Gate Ave. W. Los Angeles, Calif. FRENCH, R. E. Box 546 Kingville, Texas FRY, RUSSEL WARREN, RdM 324 Division St. Olympia, Wash. FULLER, THOMAS D., CWT Sale Creek, Tenn. FURNASS Box 958 Visalia, Calif. GABRIELSON, A. E., LIEUT. 49 KN" St. Hoquiam, Wash. GALLI, Cox. 58 Francis St. North Adams, Mass. GARCIA, SELESTINO, R., MM 2c Rt. 1, Box 551 Cupertino, Calif. GARCIA, BEN Box 592 Cupertino, Calif. GARMAN, V. 4244 S 26th W. Ave. Tulsa, Okla. GARWITZ, ROBERT J., QM 2c Box 272 Houston, Missouri GAUDIO, DOMINIC P., S lc 71 E Glenaven St. Youngstown, Ohio GERINGER, MARION A., Cox. 605 Rand Ave. Perryville, Mo. GERMAS 219 W Glebe Rd. Arlington, Va. GILLIS, LLOYD A., MM 34: 96 Mellen St. Portland 141, Maine GLASCO, GEORGE, Jr., CBM Tug Office, Pier 7 NOB Norfolk 1115, Va. GLEIDT, H. 348 Caldwell St. W. Plains, Mo. GOLD, FRANK K., WT lc Box 165 Shelley, Idaho GOLDEN, J. R. Rt. 2 Rush Springs, Okla. GONAS, ALBERT F., GM lc 3351 Reid Ave. Lorain, Ohio GOODNIGHT, N. Pateau, Okla. GOOLEY, VIRGIL J., LIEUT. Box 629 Mt. Angel, Oregon GORBY, R. G., GM 3c 152 Kirkham St. Dayton 181, Ohio GORDON, HENRY, S 2c Gen. Del. Kannapolis, N. C. GRANATO, J. P., WT 3c RFD 1, Box 11-H Perth Amboy, N. J. GREEN, JACK MASSEY, CMM Rt. 3, Box 204 Marshall, Texas GREEN, LEON C., S lc Box 295 Monett, Mo. GREEN, LESTER J., S lc Rt. 1 Gallia, Ohio GREENLEAF, LIEUT. 125 E. 63rd St. New York, N. Y. GRIFFIN, R. K. 533 Hogan St. Nashville, Tenn. GRIFFIN, J., F lc Rt. 3 Lawrenceville, Ill. GRIFFIN. VERNON H., S0111 3c Gay Hill, Texas GUEIRA, N. 13270 Perry St. Box 105 Paroma, Calif. PERSONNEL lcontinuedl GUISINGER E 4.304 44th St 9 Canton Ohio GUNDERSON CHARLES L. MM 4008 N Mississippi Ave Portland Oregon GUNNING E QM 2c 234 S Poplar Wichita Q71 Kan HABLUETZEL PAUL D.- EM lc 403 Thompson St. M3f10n Ohio HACKNEY EDWIN G MM 3c 90 Miller St Vaux Hall N J HAILEY DAVID E. S 2 HAIRSTON G. H LT COMDR Silver City Miss HALL ROLLAND F WT 2c 145 Alrich St Gowanda N Y Waverly Ohio HAMILTON Y lc cfo Mrs E Baldwin 1638 16th St Corpus Christi Calif HARDIN J D 39 4th St Rockingham N. C HARDOES JOHN 202 Gibbons St. Dunmore P . HARRINGTON 1515 E 9th St Kansas City Mo HARRINGTON LOREN W R . 3 Humansville Mo HARRIS FRANK T. TM 3c Glflde Valley Alleghany Co N C HARROW CHARLES J. S lc 47 E 3rd St cfo Mrs Kolonkowski New York N Y. HARTON HERNANDEZ CARLOS S lc 901 S Chihuahua St E1 Paso Texas HIGGINS ROBERT E. F lc 2315 Manor Ave Swissvalle Penna HILLIDGE BENJAMIN 47 Maxwell St. Haverhill Mass HINES JAMES E CFC 2821 Memphis St Phila. P HOBIZAL GEORGE R. S Box 24 Hungerford Texas HOFFMAN C. G 9150 Carol Drive Affton Mo HOGGARD WRIGHT Rt 1 Box 165 Clenton N. C. 300 Charles Ave Grand Rapids Mich. HONEYBALL J. 2036 N Valley St Burbank Calif HOTZS J F 1645 S 15th St Phila. i451 P. HOWES LESTER E. LIEUT Og? Rt. 1 Box 108 Visalia Calif HUBBARD 27 New St. Buford Ga HULETT JAMES A Platte City M HUST KENNETH S lc Centerton Arkansas INGRAHAM PAUL D RM 1913 Academy Place Glendale Calif INGRAM JOE H Rt. 1 Box 154 We t Monroe La. 9 , 9 9 n ' , 3 9 3 , 2c 9 9 9 7 ' 9 -9 7 9 ' 7 ' 9 9 7 " ' ' 8. 9 9 , ., 9 9 lc , . . 9 9 9 C 4 9 ' , . ., . . , . 9 9 , Jo, 7 . 9 9 , . . s HAMILTON, SAMUEL D., SC 3c HOLST, JAY, WT 20 7 . , 9 . . 9 , l . 9 ' , . . 9 9 ' , . 9 a , 9 9 9 l , 3 9 ' , . 9 ' 9 ' 9 ' t , 0. , . 9 9 J 9 9 , , ., lc A 0, 0 I 9 9 9 ' . , . ' 9 9 9 S , , ., lc 416 Wash. Gary, Ind. HARWICK, K. H., MM lc Latham, Kansas HATFIELD, W. M., CWT 418 S Ave. 56 Los Angeles 4421, Calif. HAVARD, KIRBY B. Rt. 1, Box 89 Burke, Texas HAWKINS, E. S. 3115 W 37 Pl. Tulsa, Okla. HEBERT, EDGAR J. 718 Grinage St. Houma, La. 1-IEIDER, PAUL, LIEUT. HENRY, ELMER L. 710 Maple Ave. Knoxville, Tenn. HENRY, R. K., GM 3c Box 632 Sheridan, Oregon F orty-six JACQUES NORMAN M S 6020 W Vernon Hy. Detroit, Mich. JENNINGS, GLENN S., SK 3c Emmetsburg, Iowa JOHNSON, CLAYTON, RdM 3c Rt. 2 Waverly, Ohio JOHNSON, DANIEL A., LIEUT. 652 Union St. South Weymouth 1905, Mass. JOHNSON, JOSEPH E., S lc 1314 NW 10th St. Okla. City, Okla. JOHNSON, R. W., SF 2c 3411 F St. Eureka, Calif. JOHNSON, W. L., EM 2c Box 124 Harlem Springs, Ohio JOHNSTON, ROBERT D., FC 3c 501 W Wash. St. New Castle, Pa. PERSON NEL icontinuedl JOHNSTON, ROBERT D. 6 Todd Ave., PO Box 86 Masury, Ohio JONES, OSCAR, StM 2c 224 Dempsey Ave. Macon, Ga. KEATING, JAMES W., Y 2c 207 Seymour Ave. Newark, N. J. KEATING, JIM, SM 3c Iowa Road Great Neck, L. I., N. Y. KEFF, J. E. 4937 S Ruke Bronest New Orleans, La. KEHOE Rt. 1 Batheeld, Wash. KEHRER, R. E. Rt. 5, Box 1717 Modesto, Calif. KELLEHER, JOHN, FC 2c 708 Hudson St. Forest City, Pa. KELLY, CECIL C., SSMB 2c 1200 N 3rd St. St. Charles, Mo. KENNEDY Rt. 1 Oak Ridge, La. KEREKES, MICHAEL, Jr., MM 2c 506 Whittemore St. Toledo, Ohio KILLIAN, D. E. 1057 Call St. San Francisco, Calif. KINCAIDE, WILLIAM H., MM lc cfo Don A. Morre 3325 Woodland Wichita 143, Kansas KIPPENHAN, DEAN O., RT 1c Rm. 2, Box 2099 Kent, Washington KLEMM, CHARLES H., Cox. 139 W Hope Ave. York, Penna. KOSKY, WALTER J., SoM 2c 2522 Broad St. Chattanooga 187, Tenn. LERA, BENJAMIN J., Jr., SF 2c 3223 PM Galveston, Texas LEVY, HARRY, S 2c 3811 St. Charles Ave. New Orleans, La. LEWIS, DAVE LEWIS, DONALD W., S lc Rt. 2 Batavia, Ohio LOEBEL, CLARENCE R., MM lc 217 Graham Ave. Paterson 113, N. J. LOGAN, R. G., LIEUT. Og? 581 42nd St. Oakland, Calif. LONGINOTTI, AUGUST 259 S Clinton St. East Orange, N. J. LOVELAND, WARREN L., CPhM LUBART, JOSEPH M., LIEUT. 1MCf 553 84th Sr. Brooklyn 197, N. Y. ' LUNG, ANTHONY J., RdM 3c Rt. 2, Box 338 Batavia, Ohio LYTTLE, L. R. 2344 Dudley St. Pasadena, Calif. 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