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USS Tang (SS-306)

 

The following men were lost while serving on USS Tang (SS-306).  If you are a relative or a friend of any man lost on this boat, please contact us.

Click on a man's name to go to his personal memorial page on this site.  Photographs and personal information are needed as indicated in the column at right.

 
  Name Photo
1

John George Accardy

 Yes
2

Ralph Francis Adams

 Yes
3

Dwayne Dale Allen

 Yes
4

Phillip Edward Anderson

 Yes
5

Charles Andriolo

 Yes
6

Homer Anthony

 Yes
7

William Franklin Ballinger

 Yes

8

Edwin Clarence Bauer

 Yes
9

Edward Huntley Beaumont

 Yes

10

Edwin Frederick Bergman

 Yes
11

Frederick Nicholas Bisogno

 Yes
12

Wilfred Joseph Boucher

 Yes
13

Bernard Vincent Bresette

 Yes
14

John Bush

 Yes
15

Benjamin Chiavetta

 Yes
16

Walter Junior Clark

 Yes
17

Robert James Coffin

 Yes

18

James Henry Culp

 Yes
19

Arthur John Darienzo

 Yes

20

Marvin Verle DeLapp

 Yes
21

William Edwin Dorsey

 Yes
22

Fred Melvin Enos, Jr.

 Yes
23

Lawrence Hall Ericksen

 Yes
24

Daniel Clyde Felicetty*

 Yes
25

Bruce Hampton Finckbone

 Yes
26

John William Fluker

 Yes

27

John Morris Foster

 Yes
28

William Carter Galloway

 Yes
29

Thomas Edison Gentle

 Yes
30

George Jacob Gorab, Jr.

 Yes
31

Osmer Dennis Gregg

 Yes
32

Howard Wayne Hainline

 Yes

33

Frank George Harms

 Yes
34

Glen Olen Haws

 Yes
35

John Francis Henry

 Yes
36

John Henry Heubeck

 Yes
37

Albert Leroy Hudson

 Yes
38

Homer Wesley Ijames, Jr.

 Yes
39

Stewart Samuel Imwold

 Yes

40

Donald Morgan Jenkins

 Needed

41

Sidney William Jones

 Yes
42

Louis Charles Kaiser

 Yes
43

John Theodore Kanagy

 Yes

44

John Thomas Kassube

 Yes

45

John Andrew Key

 Yes

46

Ralph Bernard Knapp

 Yes

47

Richard Jerome Kroth

 Yes

48

LeRoy Richard Lane

 Yes
49

Paul Lewis Larson

 Yes

50

Robert Peter Lee

 Yes

51

Lindley Herbert Llewellyn

 Yes

52

Charles William London

 Yes
53

Chester Loveless

 Yes
54

Ellroy Lytton

 Yes

55

Robert Vance McMorrow

 Yes

56

John Joseph McNabb

 Needed

57

John Jefferson Parker

 Yes
58

Basil Charles Pearce, Jr.

 Yes

59

Rubin MacNiel Raiford

 Yes
60

Francis John Reabuck

 Needed

61

Darrel Dean Rector

 Yes

62

Ernest Reinhardt

 Yes
63

James Lester Roberts

 Yes
64

George Louis Robertson

 Yes
65

Seymour Golding Smith, Jr.

 Yes

66

Frank Howard Springer

 Yes
67

Edward Frank Stepien

 Yes
68

Fred Louis Sunday

 Yes

69

Paul Benton Vaughn, Jr.

 Yes
70

Charles Waite Wadsworth

 Yes
71

Howard Madison Walker

 Yes
72

Leland Stanford Weekley

 Yes
73

Robert Edward Welch

 Yes
74

James Milton White

 Yes
75 Walter Herman Williams  Yes
76 Paul Thornton Wines  Yes
77 George Wukovich  Yes
78 George Zofcin  Yes

*Last name spelled "Fellicetty" in most sources.

The following USS Tang crew members survived Prisoner of War camp.

1 Floyd Murel Caverly
2 Jesse Borges DaSilva
3 Clayton Oliver Decker
4 Henry James Flanagan
5 William Rudolf Leibold
6 Pete Narowanski
7 Richard Hetherington O'Kane, Commanding Officer, Medal of Honor
8 Lawrence Savadkin
9 Hayes Oliver Trukke

How to Submit Photos and Information

The U.S. Submarine Veterans of World War II assigned USS Tang (SS-306)

to the State of Florida.

 

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