Mr. John Gilbert, USN, gained the Navy Cross for extraordinary heroism in the line of his profession as a diver during the rescue and salvage operations following the sinking of […]
Mr. Hebard was a LIFE MEMBER of the Legion of Valor and resided in Wisconsin.
CWO 3 John N. Hennessy, was awarded the Navy Cross for heroic action, also directed against Japanese forces, but long before the attack on Pearl Harbor caused the U.S. to […]
Machinist’s Mate, U.S. Navy, for display of extraordinary heroism in the line of his profession on 11 June 1928, after a boiler accident on the U.S.S. Bruce, then at the […]
MGST CASMER KENSICK, was awarded the Navy Cross for extraordinary heroism on the occasion of the explosions at the Naval Ammunition Depot, Lake Denmark, NJ, on July 10, 1926. Mr. […]
Mr. Lang resided in Southern California.
Mr. Michels resided in Rhode Island.
When the U.S. gunboat Panay was bombed by the Japs on the Yangtze River on 12 December 1937, JAMES T. MURPHY, was serving as a Radioman, 3rd class, on board. […]
REGINALD PETERSON, was serving as a Radioman when he received the Navy Cross for distinguishing himself by display of heroism on the occasion of the bombing and loss of the […]
CAPTAIN M. C. SIBITZKY, was awarded the Navy Cross for extraordinary heroism in connection with diving operations while serving on the USS Falcon. He made 20 dives on the USS […]