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By D1 PHAAN
The U.S.S. STATEN ISLAND AGB-5 was originally laid down'as a Coast Guard
Icebreaker of the "Wind" class at San Pedro, California. Prior to completion,
however, the 6,500 ton icebreaker was labelled as lend lease material for the
USSR and delivered to the Soviet Union on February 25, 1944.
The Russians renamed her HSEVERNY VETERU which means Northwind, and
assigned her to the Northern Sea Route Command, where she served until her ul-
timate return to the United States. After nearly three years of negotiations the
Soviets finally agreed to return the icebreaker, and thus on 19 December 1951
in Bremerhaven, Germany, a crew of six officers and sixty-five men took pos-
session from the Red Navy. The vessel showed unmistakable signs of improper
maintenance, and the degree of cleanliness was so low that the Crew was dis-
gusted as they moved aboard for the first time.
On january 31, 1952, the Russian named Northwind was officially commissioned
the U.S.S. NORTHWIND AGB-5, thus taking her rightful place in the United States
Navy. After two months of hard work by the crew with the aid of the German
Shipyard and the U.S. Naval Advanced Base at Bremerhaven, the U.S.S. NDRTH-
WIND, in company with the U.S.C.G.WESTWlND,plowed her way through the Atlan-
tic and safely arrived in Boston on February 25, 1952.
Since .there ,already existed a Coast Guard Icebreaker named the Northwind, -the
ship was renamed the U.S.S. STATEN ISLAND on April 15, 1952.
The STATEN ISLAND has d
. r ma e seven successful ice-breaking operations to
northern t "
wa ers carrying her standard, The Polar Bear" on a green field to such
giitant spots as Alert on Elsmere Island, approximately 435 miles from the North
U , . e ing t e art est nott
any Navy ship -and on occasion av h '
ring the trip to Alert, the ship set a record for trav I' h f h h of.
' r B G t e crew visions of wintering in the ArCtiC-
Upon her successful I ' ' ' '
d d b C C.0mP 6:1100 of the mission and safe return, she was com-
mefl C Y Omruander in Chief of the Atlantic Fleet and received a placque ffvm
Commander Service Squadron Four, U.S. Atlantic Fleet '
The prize treasure of the STATEN ISLAND ' ' I
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plCf1l1g its work during tcebreakin ' S an ol pamtmg of the P
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merchant ship S.S. MORMACELM 1 n appreciation for services rendered.
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three Japanese DE's, one tanker, one medium passenger-
cargo ship, and two freighters.
After the war, Captain Smith commanded the U.S.S.
BECUNA for over two years, was transferred to the Armed
Forces Staff College, and later became the COMSERVLANT
Staff Gunnery and Training Officer. He was given command
of the STATEN ISLAND in May of 1952, and commanded
the ship on Operation Sunec, Sunac, and Nanook dur-in
which time the AGB-5 resupplied Alert on Elsmere, Islandg
hte Northernmost point any Navy vessel has reached undei
its own power. Effective in May 1954 Commander Smith
became Captain Frank M. Smith, USNQ and after bein
relieved as Commanding Officer of the STATEN ISLANDg
in july 1954, he went to Ne R
WPOIT, .I. to attend the Naval
FRANK M. smlm
Captain Frank M. Smith, a native gf gtan,
ford Kentucky, was born on February 15
1913. Upon graduation from the Uniteri
States Naval Academy in June uf 1935, he
was commissioned an Ensign and assigned
to the Battleship MARYLAND, where hg
stayed for nearly two years as Assistant Gun-
nery Officer. During 1938 and 1939 he serv-
ed on the Destroyers U.S.S. DORSEY and
U.S.S. CLARKE, commanding the torpedo
In 1940, a year prior to World War Two,
LTIG Smith graduated from the Submarine
School at New London Connecticut and re-
ported aboard the S-27. He served as Tor-
pedo Commander, First Lieutenant, and
then Executive Officer, making almost con-
tinuous war patrols in Pacific waters after
the war broke out. Late in 1942 Lt. Smith
was transferred to the S-33, and later to the
S-55, making Lieutenant Commander early in
1945. ln August of 1944, he had his own
command, the SEALg and, in September,
his third stripe. From October 1944 to Feb-
ruary 1945 Cdr. Smith was PCO of the U.S.S.
BERGALL, and then was transferred to the
HAMMERHEAD. As CO of this ship he
went on three more war patrols, sinking
fu October 1946, after attending various
HAROLD S. HAMlIN, Jr.
Commander Harold S. Hamlin, jr. attended
Culver Military Academy and the Severn
Sthool prior to his appointment to the Naval
Academy. He was commissioned an Ensign
U5-,on graduation in 1938, and reported aboard
gl- U.S.S. IDAHO KBB-425, part of the battle
for-ce of the U.S. Fleet then based in the
Pacific. ln june of 1939, he joined the
l QS.S. MONAGHAN KDD-3543, serving as
first Lieutenant until his transfer about a
-A -fir later to the U.S.S. HOUSTON CCA-305.
M November of 1940 the HOUSTON became
'li' flagship of the Asiatic Fleet. ln the
1 fly days of World War Two he was Turret
wnicer of Turret One during the Battle of the
Sea and the Battle of Sunda Strait.
ilizrret One was the only turret not lcnocl-:ed
by enemy fires, and fired the last heavy
an salvos from the ship before it was sunlc.
After swimming to land, LTIG Hamlin
captured by the lapanese and held
wsoner in java, Singapore, Burma and Siam.
fi- was promoted to Lieutenant Commander
If-'ill release on 29 August 1945, and to Com-
ii.uder while still on rehabilitation leave.
at-iiools, he joined the U.S.S. TOPEKA
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the Bureau of Personnel in August of 1947.
Commander Hamlin served as Assistant Officer in Charge
of the discipline section and as a member of the Naval
Sentence Review and Clemency Board until detached in
1950. He then served as Commanding Officer of the U.S.S.
RUSH which engaged in the blockade and bombardment of
the East Coast of Korea.
From February 1952 until July 1954 he served in the Of-
fice of the Chief of Naval Operations in the Strategic Plan-
ning Section. ln july Commander Hamlin assumed command
of the U.S.S. STATEN ISLAND.
HORACE C. l'l0llfY
Lieutenant Horace C. Holley enlisted in
the Navy in january of 1939 as an appren-
tice Seaman, and advanced through every
enlisted rating to commissioned status.
After being commissioned as an Ensign on
March 15, 1944, Mr. Holley spent his first
few months at the Small Craft Training
Center in Miami, Florida. During the next
four years he was assigned to the U.S.S.
OCONTO CAPA-1875 and the U.S.S. COL-
ONIAL KLSD-IBJ, where he served as Navi-
gator, Communications Officer and Opera-
On june 6, 1948 he entered Officer Train-
ing School as an N.R.O.T.C. student at the
Alabama Polytechnic Institute in Auburn,
Alabama. Upon completion of his studies.
he once again entered school, this time as
a General Line Student at the limited States
Naval School in Montery, California.
Graduating from Line Officerls School he
reported aboard the U.S.S. BLACKWOOD
lDE-2191 on February 5, 1951. where he
served as Navigator and Operations Officer.
later becoming Executive Officer. He came I0
the U.s.s. STATEN ISLAND in February' Of
1953, serving as Navigator, Operations Of'
ficer, Aerial lce Observer, and then EX'
Lf' HONEY was relieved as Executive Ol'
ficer early in February, 1955 by Lieutenallf
Commander Earl H. Clark, and is nowfm'
tioned in Washington, D.C. as Recruiting
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chtree St., South Clinton, S.C.
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alhoun Ave., St Andrew, Fla.
d E ALLEN, QM2
St Lynn, Massachusetts
l AMANTEA, EM3
IO 2 Pitcairn, Pa.
in J ANTOINE, JR.. QM2
land Ave., So.Bra1ntree, Mass.
Ve B" New York City, NY
L ASI-IMORE, BMC
acon St Boston, Mass.
ood P BATES, MEW1
.urath St Laconia, N.H.
M. Smith, USN
, Brenton Village
cps. Harold s. Hamlin, Jr., USN
24 Wedge Pond Road
LCDR Earl H. Clark, USN
1410 South Street
LT. H.C. Holley, USN
LT J.R. Curtis, SC USN
LT Fred H. Radloff, USN
107 Brucemont Circle
Asheville, North Carolina
LT Richard O. Applebach, USN
16 Sherman Road
Chestnut Hill, Massachusetts
LTJG Jacob H. Jacobson, Jr., USN
1624 Carolina Avenue
LTJG Robert M. Donaldson, MC USNR
55 Park Drive
LTJG Philip L. Hyde DC USNR
116 Marbleridge Road
North Andover, Massachusetts
LTJG Robert C. Frohling, 1 A
1218 Plane Street V
Union, New Jersey , .
LTJG Richard P. Inman, USN
213 Watts Street
Durham. North Carolina
LTJG William R. Neff, SC USNR
Port Arthur, Texas
ENS James H. Messing, USNR
101 Central Park West
New York City, New York
ENS Stanley P. Lee, USNR
1 Beachtree Drive
Larchmont, New York
ENS John Tuck, USN
6 Bancroft Street
CHELEC William T. Clooney, USN
520 South Franklin Street
CHBOSN Matthew M. Marinos, USN
New York City, New York
ELEC Ralph W. Gilbrook, USN
MACH Lyle F. Whitson, USN
17 George Street
Edgar A. BEERS, SN
1014V2 So. K. St., Tacoma, Washington
Norman R. BICKHAUS, DK2
2002 Madison St., Quincy, Ill.
Danney R. BINGAMON, FA
Box 43, Kingmont, West Virginia
George BISBY, SN
Box 57, Athens, Ill.
Lowell K. BISSELL, TE2
601 So. Stewart St., Creve Coeur, Ill.
John R. BRANSON, RM3
963 N. McClellan Ave., Decatur, Ill.
George P. BRAYSON, EN1
PO Box 522, Fort Fairfield, Maine
Max H. BROOD, SN
Benjamin BRICKEZR, JR., SN
Carl M. BENUM, cssN I
RFD No. 6, North Windham, Conn. RTE 1, Brlahton. I11.
Cecil N. BUGDEN, GM2
Glenn R. BESSERT, EN3'
8715 Ridge st., River Grove, 111. 6 Ridgeway Ct.. Lynn. Mass-
Cloyd N. BURKETT. FN
RR No.2, Marshall, Illinois
William BUSH, JR., TN ,
525 Elm St., Columbus, Ohio
Charles A. CARROLL, Ill. EM3
10 Buck St., Newburyport. Mass
James CASEY. EM2
Francis A. CASSIDY, TE3
ROUTE 1, Box 44, Hermiston
1845 Coney Island Ave., Brooklyn New York
741 Washington Ave., Brooklyn New York
Kenneth E. CHRISTIANSEN SN
RED No. 2, Cuyler, New York
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Ave., Warren, Rhode Island
J. CLODGO, JR.. EM1 A
Cataract St., Vergennes, Vermont
Anthony A. COFFONE. csz
290 Franklin St., Worcester, Mass.
Richard W. COLLINS. EN3
30 Kipp Ave., New York, New York
Ernest L. cox. BMGC I , I
ROUTE No.1, Hinton, West Virginia .
Bert M. CROOK. DC1
105 Crapo St., Bridgewater, Mass.
Franklin P. DAGOSTINO, SN
RFD No. 1, Pine Grove, Pa.
Byron J. DALMA, PHAAN
1730 Spain St., New Orleans, La.
Dennis c. DALY,'GM3
6635 Guyer Ave., Philadelphia
Raymond J. DANIELS, EN1
4725 E. Thompson St., Philadelphia, Pa
Keith R. DAVIS, PH1
1357 Simpson St.,St. Paul, Minnesota
Richard C. DAVIS, PN2
479 North Avenue. Weston, Mass.
Thomas G. DESIMONI, SN
2525 Clague Rd., Westlake, Ohio
Paul C. DIFRANCO. RM1
201 Arnolds' Neck Drive, Apponaug,R.I.
Smith A. DODSON, JR., BM3
Hillcrest Ave., Columbia, Tenn.
Louis F. DORBERT, FN
4211 Parkmont Ave., Baltimore, Md.
William H. DORGE, QM3
58 7th St., Woodlawn, New' York
William J. DRAGUN. EN2
82 Phillips St., Hebrenville, Mass.
Donald J. DROPPS, SN
Route No. 1, Swanville, Minnesota
John R. DUBOSE, SA
1032 Lane "K", Spencer Park,Hastings
Loren I-I. DUIJLEY, SA
Box 208, Gowrie, Iowa
Harry A. DUNN, SA
330 Charles St..Grand Rapids, Michigan
nonaid D. F'EAMA1f1. EN3
226 Liberty St.,Qu1ncy. MQSS-
Joseph N. FERNANDEZ. RJ .. EN3
John J. FORESTALL, .BM3
RR No. 1, Caddilac, Michigan
Michael A. FOLKERTS. SA . l
9205 Peters Rd., Algonac. Mrchlean
Joseph A. FORGEA. SK2
98 Ave., ucv, Port Washington, I-,,1,, N,Y, 1919 Spring St., Fort Waynemdiana'
Vincent L. FORGUE, SA
7 Blackwood Street, Boston, Mass.
Obert L. FORSS, FN
Cannon Falls, Minnesota
Herve R. FORTIN, BMC
936 Warren Ave.,Brockton, Mass.
Darius C. FOUTS, ENC
3212 Harrison Street, Milwaukee, Oregon
John E. FOX, EN3
20006 Scottsdale BLVD., Cleveland,Ohio
Patrick J. FRAINEY, SK3
5724 S. Justine St.,Chicago,Ill.
Harold W. FRANK, SA
1005 Selby Ave.,St.Paul,Minnesota
Robert O. FRANKLIN, FN
Box 800, McGill Ave.,Dawson, Pa.
Donald T. FRASCONE, JR., RMSN
822 Burr St.,St.Paul,Mir1nesota
John K. FRAZIER, SN
956 Waden Rd.,WiCk1iffe, Ohio
Willie W. FROST, MR2
1 Romer Rd., Dongan Hills S.I.,N.Y,
Anthony G. GALLO, EN1
867 N. Francisco Ave.,Chicago, Ill,
Wayne D. GARDNER, YN1
862 Charles St.,Fall River, Mass,
Donald W. GAST, SA
RR No. 1, Stevensville, Michigan
John F. GEDDIE, BT3
BOX 70. Howard City. Michigan
Louis J. GIAMPOLO, Ja., FN
47 Boundary St.,Pittsburgh, Pa,
Jairus C. GILBERT, RM2
Plumtrees District. Bethel, Conn.
Arnold, Missouri , ,
Ernest C. GOFORTB. SN ,J .,', ",, I
Foute 3. Farmvil1e,Virgini5,
Frederico GONZALES. S132 ' ,
3013 Mountain Drive
Donald J. GOOD, SN '
41 E. Eamus St., Middletowmpag
Larry D. GOUKER, ENB
Robert J. GOURDEAU, SN
29 School St.,Danvers,Mass. A .
Edward GRABER, SN 2 '
319 Southern Ave.,Reading, Ohig .
Gerald C. GRABOWSKI, SA
219 7th St., Manistee, Michigan
Roland GRANT, FN .
4412 Ellis Avenue, Chicago, Illinois
Jack R. GREATHOUSE, SK2
408 Crescent St.,Parkersburg, W.Va.
Oliver E. GREEN, BM1
200 Victory Blvd., Portsmouth, Va.
Howard W. GREENSFELDER, RD3
2504 Albion Ave.,Baltimore, Md.
Jack W. GRIFFIN, SA
3126 Lincoln Ave.,Ashtabula, Ohio
Alexander M. GUSMAN, SK1
2 Bernon St., Providence, R.I.
Bernard R. GUTKOWSKI, SA
57 Welsh Way, Pittsburgh, Pa.
John A. HA1JDU, SA 1
RR 1, Milwaukee, Wisconsin
William C. HARMON, EM3
21252 Manchester Blvd.,
Harper Woods, Mich.
Patrick T. HANZAK, SA Q
278 Button Ave., Plainsville, OY110
Gordon R. HARRISON, sn ' ' A
26181 Mallard Ave.,EuC1id. 01110
Gerald L. HARTZ, SA s A 5
RR4g Rochester, Minnesota J F'
Francis L. HASSER, SA ' '
RI, Stanchfield, Minnesota V
Ronsel D. HATHAWAY. SH3
. EASTMAN, sn
,EN1 ' t
Greene Cove Fla.
John H. GILCHRIST, DT2
3933 W. Broadway. Robbinsdale, Miss.
Edgar A. GILLIS, EN3
Route No.5, Kingsport, Tennessee
Raymond A. sinus, EIT1 A
'78 French, St..I-East Palestine,Ohio .A , .
Elwood L. GITTINGS,'SN , A
??"9 Freeynensburs Ave..Eascon,nPa. -i
Five Forks, West virginia
Richard 1. HAYES.,
star Rt., cnuoqnin.
RFD No. 31
ghgmpaign Ave., Mattoon, Ill.
J, HOPKINS. EN2
No. 1, Baxter Springs, Kansas
' R, HOSIER. SN
glgnggerge St., Medford, Mass.
Raymond J. HOWARD. SN
15 Lex. St.. Mass.
Harold D. HOWARD. ME3
26 Leydon St., East Boston, Mass.
ose h M HUNTER JR EM3
J p . -r
573 Bennington Street, E.Boston, M1 ss,
Edward T. IAMES, RD3
2360 Butte Ave., Cincinatti, Ohio
James W. ICKLEY, EN3
668 State St., Baden, Pa.
Arthur IRVING, RMSN
11 Longview Drive, Beverly, Mass.
Ernest M. JACKSON, EM3
2296 Andrews Ave., Bronx, New York
Louis R. JOHNSON, SA
710 East Water St., Elmira, New York
Larry M. JOLLIFF, FA
RR. 4, Bellefontaine, Ohio
Eugene C. JONES, FR., SR
530 9th Avenue, NW, Roanoke, Va.
Kenneth D. JUHOLA, FN
1450 West 6th Street., Ashtabula, Ohio
Richard A. KINGREY, SK2
228 Walnut St., Southport, Indiana
Richard A. KIRK, FA
166 Briarwood Dr., Pittsburgh, Pa.
Anthony KLEIN, SN
47 Ave.. A, Port Washington, L.I.,N.Y.
Gerald C. KNORR, QM3
Shaker Road, West Albany, Albany,N.Y.
LOlliS KOLOSSEUS, HMC
15 Gates St., Portsmouth, N.H.
Charles W. KRAMP, SN
RF'D No. 2, Gasport, New York.
Andrew KRIVOSH, EN3
HPD NO- 1. Sharon, Pa.
George w. LALIBERTY HM1
'14 Exchange Street, Lawrence, Mass.
Lester c. L.ARsoN, SN
J. LEMAY, SN .
Kenneth c. LEN'rz, ETS 1 4
1884 Pl'0SDect. Melvindalg Michigan
William J . LEWIS, IC3
2333 Boxwood Drive, San Jose, Calif,
Raymond LEWIS, FA
716 I St.. Sparrows Pt., Md,
William H. LILLEY, BM3
Garden Ave.. Toms River, 'New Jersey
Louis D. LOIACONO, FA
42 Robinson Ave., Boston, Mass,
Edward J. LORD, ENC
42 Jefferson Ave., New London, Conn.
Adam LOTZ, JR., SN
243 Metropolitan Ave..Roslindale, Mass.
John D. LOVELACE, EM3
RT. No. 4, Bessemer, Alabama
Raymond A. MAILLOUX, BM2
57 Water St.,Danielson, Conn.
William H. MALCOLM, RD3
2903 Scranton Rd., Cleveland, Ohio
Kenneth J. MAGERS, SA
5 Park Drive, Livingston, New Jersey
Reuben O. MARKETON, QM2
Elbert M. .
2212 Sakowitz St.,Apt.A.,Houston,Texas
Marion F. MARSHALL, QMSN
Murray J. MARTIN, JR., ME3
2708 Corunna Rd., Glint,Mich.
Milton T. MATSON, SN
Herbert L. MCELROY, RM3
313 S. Kelly St.,Chattanooga, Tenn.
Douglas C. MCINTYRE, SN
James C. MEELER, GM1
George MEZARDASH, SN
1207 Leeds Terrace, Baltimore, Md.
Joseph J. MICKLE, EM3
4304 Sheffield Ave., Philadelphia,Pa.
Marvin L. MILLER, CSSN
Route No. 1, Outlook Washington
Richard D. MILLER. SK1
29 Carey St., Newport, R.I.
James J. Mnvrs, csc I
Quarters A7A, San Turce. Puerto R100
Charles K. MITCHELL, RD3
414 Alliston St.,West Newton, Pa.
Melvin MOORE. TN
630 Jeanette St., Beaumont. TENS
N.rNoble st., Chicago, 111, 1 i
7118 wen' -st., N31
Gilbert NICHOLS: A
. I Q Q Q. V3 V'
211 Main St.. Clayton, New Jersey
Donald G. NORTHRUP, EN2. 6 .
North Adams, Mass.
Frank W. O'I-IAGAN, AGAN
400 E. 145th St., Bronx, New York
Robert E. PARRY, AGAN
30 Pleasant View Ave., Braintree, Mass
Russel L. POLLOCK, YN3
840 Montrose, Chicago, Illinois
Amos A. POULIN, JR., SN
161 Bailey St.,S.Lawrence, Mass.
Ray H. POULIN,SN
320 Summer St.,Weymouth, Mass.
Rudolph POZZO, FP2
6 Glen St.,Dorchester, Mass.
Jimmie F. PRITTS, SN
40 Calumet Rd.,Methuen, Mass.
Theodore L. PUTNAM, EN3
William R. RASEY, SN
1040 10th St., Hermosa Beach, Calif.
John J. RHODES, FP1
25 Bayberry Lane, Cohasset, Mass.
George RIBERIO, EN2
17 Ceder St., Hastings On Hudson,N.Y
Owen L. RIGGS, RM
2300 S. 15th St., Lincoln, Nebraska
Eldred L. ROBERTS. QMC
612 Padden Ave., Austin,Minnesota
James B. ROBINSON, SD1
144 Gruber St., Walterboro, S.C.
Leon H. ROBINSON, SD2
101 Dale St., Roxbury. Mass.
Wilmore L. ROLLINS, RM3
700 5th St., NE, Washington, D.C
Conrad R. ROUX, ET2
14 Tampa St., Lewiston, Maine
Frederick J. SAMPSON, BM2
Box 632, Gary, West Virginia
Louis SCALZO, GM3 u
180-18-145 Road, Springfield, N.Y.
Salvatore V. SCIUTO, SN
William J. SHEEHAN, SN
144 Edinboro St., Newtonville, Mass.
John P. s1L.vANI. FN
Lindenhurst. New Yvrk
Gisern. smx, JR.
Romney, West Virginia
Albert J. SLUUS. BTI
35 Essex St.. Cambridge, Mass.
James, SMITH, Jn., TN
307 S. Lee St., Orlando, Florida
Richard C. SPENCER. EMFN
2638 Forest St., Port Huron, Mich.
Charles K. STAKE, SN
423 N. Drake St., Mt. Un ion, Pa.
Edgar H. STAKE, JR., GM3
29 Milford St. Mt. Union, Pa.
James E. STAWARKY, RM3
95 Alpine Ave., Bridgeport, Conn.
Howard H. STOKES, DC3
50 Augusta Ave., Danville, Va.
Oscar D. SUMMERS, EN3
252 Raeburn St., Pontiac, Mich.
Charles O. SWARMS, EN3
RR No. 1, Box 58, Loogootee, Illinois
Donald C. SYLVIA, EM3
84 Adams St.. Fairhaven, Mass.
Kenard J. SYLVIA, SN
82 Adams St., Fairhaven, Mass.
William T. TAYLOR, JR., SH1
581 Summer St., Arlington, Mass.
Bernie C. TELLO, YNSN
817 E. Yanonali Street,
Santa Barbara, Calif.
Joseph M. TREBOTICH, RMC
1714 E. Howard Ave., Biloxi, Mississippi
Neal W. TRONSDAL, SN
2136 N. 61 St., Seattle, Washington
William C. TROUP. SN
94 Second St.. E. Cambridge, Mass.
Robert F. TRUDEAU. RM3
Clement M. VANDENBOOM. ENB.
4811 Springle Ave., Detroit, Michigan
Sylvester A. VANDENBOOM, EN2
4811 Springle Ave., Detroit, Michigan
Donald J. VAUGHAN, SN
666 Central Avenue, Highland Park, Ill.
James F. VAUGHAN, EN3 ' .
Route No.3, Beaver Dam, Virginia
Bernard C. VIRTUE, FA
334 S. Lake Erie St.,Steubenville,Ohio
Raymond VIDAL, FA
2 Ashton Place, Buffalo, N.Y.
William A. VLCHECK, FN
4518 Lester Ave., Cleveland, Ohio
Miles, VUKAS, RDSN
537 Penn Ave., Midland, Pa.
Joseph WADDLE, SH2
112 S. Penn. Ave., Philadelphia, Pa.
Thomas J. WALKER, GM3
721 Dragoon, Detroit, Michigan
James WALSH, EN3
277 Chelsea St., E. Boston, Mass.
John R. WALTERS, YN3
119 West South St., Barnesville, Ohio
Charles L. WALTER, SH2
2753 Lockburn St., Indianapolis, Ind.
Harold WASNIEWSKI, DK3
64-08 56th Ave., Maspeth, L.I., N.Y.
John c. WEAR, DT2
8 Fairview Place, Lewiston, Pa, A
Richard A. WEEMAN. BK2 ,
127 Cumberland St., Westbrook, Maine
John R. WELFORD, PN3
19 Louis Ave., Waukegan. Illinois
Herbert WESSELING, FN
Route No. 1 Box 212, Bloomingdale, Mich
Donald E. WEST, EN3
223 Tenth Ave., Council Bluffs, Iowa
Robert E. WESTMORELAND, PN3
Neil N. WILL, SN
30 Vets Avenue. Newburyport, Mass.
Donald E. WILLIS. RMSN
81 West Rutland Square, Boston, Mass
Andrew M. WILSON, BM3
1934 Webster Ave., Bronx, N.Y.
Earl WILSON, TN
724 Mozart Ave., Salem, New Jersey
Stanford J. WORRELL, EM1
34 Figurehead Lane, Quincy, Mass.
Harry WOODHOUSE, JR., ENFN
130 Stevens St., Nokomis, Illinois
Robert S. WYNN ENl
General Delivery, Grandin, Missouri
David R. YOUNG, SA
1918 7th St., S. Minneapolis, Minn.
Lawrence S. ZELLER, RD3
40 Ridge St.. Ecorse, Michigan
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