Monday, May 25, 2009

Roll of the Fallen

On Memorial Day, we remember those Navy cryptologists who fell in the line of duty.

CTTC (IDW/SW) Christian Michael Pike, March 10, 2013, combat operations Maiwand District, Afghanistan
CTRCS(SW/FMF) McLendon, Sept. 21, 2010 combat operations in the Zabul province, Afghanistan.
CTM3 Matthew J. Bryant, Islamabad, Sept 20, 2008.
CTT1 Steven Phillip Daugherty, Baghdad, July 6, 2007
CTI3 Patrick Price and CTI3 Craig Rudolph lost in the EA-3B off the USS Nimitz, Jan 25, 1987

Sgt Robert Hrisoulis, USMC Vietnam 21 Jan 1971

Lost in the C2 crash off Vietnam December 12, 1971
CT03 James M. Coon, USN
CTISN John M. Deremigio, USN
CTO1 Donald E. Dickerson, USN
CTOSN Stephen H. Elliott, USN
CTRI Walter R. Woods, Jr., USN
CTM2 Gregory K. Zeller, USN

CH46 Crash in Vietnam 28 Dec 1969
CTC Robert S. Gates, USN
MgySgt Edward R. Storm, USMC

CH46 Crash, Quang Nam, Vietnam 10 March 1970
Sgt Larry W. Duke, USMC

The EC-121 shot down by the North Koreans on April 15, 1969. (There are two separate links here, one with press reports, and the other with some insider analysis)
CT3 Gary R. Ducharme, USN
CT3 John A. Miller, USN
CTI John H. Potts, USN
CTC Frederick A. Randall, USN
CTC Richard E. Smith, USN
CT3 Philip D. Sundby, USN
LT Robert F. Taylor, USN
CT2 Stephen J. Tesmer, USN
SSgt Hugh M. Lynch, USMC

Operation Union II, Quang Tin, South Vietnam 26 May 1968
Maj James W. Ayers, USMC

USS Pueblo attacked and captured by North Koreans
FN Duane D. Hodges, USN 23 Jan 1968

Near Quang Tri, Vietnam
Cpl Stephen L. Traughber, USMC 10 Sep 1967

The attack on the USS Liberty by the Israelis on June 8, 1967
CT3 William B. Allenbaugh, USN
LCDR Philip M. Armstrong, Jr. USN
SN Gary R. Blanchard, USN
SN Francis Brown, USN
CT2 Ronnie J. Campbell, USN
CT3 Jerry L. Converse, USN
CT2 Robert B. Eisenberg, USN
CT3 Jerry L. Goss, USN
CTI Curtis A. Graves, USN
CTSN Lawrence P. Hayden, USN
CTI Warren E. Hersey, USN
CTSN Alan Higgins, USN
SN Carl L. Hoar, USN
CT2 Richard W. Keene, Jr., USN
CTSN James L. Lenau, USN
CTC Raymond E. Linn, USN
CTI James M. Lupton, USN
CT3 Duane R. Marggraf, USN
CTSN David W. Marlborough, USN
CT2 Anthony P. Mendle, USN
CTSN Carl C. Nygren, USN
LT James C. Pierce, USN
ICFN David Skolak, USN
CTI John C. Smith, Jr., USN
CTC Melvin D. Smith, USN
PC2 John C. Spicher, USN
GMG3 Alexander N. Thompson, Jr., USN
CT3 Thomas R. Thornton, USN
CT3 Philippe C. Tiedtke, USN
LT Stephen S. Toth, USN
CTI Frederick J. Walton, USN
Sgt Jack L. Raper, USMC
Cpl Edward E. Rehmeyer, USMC
Allen M. Blue, NSA

Quang Nam, Vietnam January 30, 1968
SSgt Alfred T. Dwyer, USMC

The Kami Seya fire on September 24, 1965
CTSA Roger W. Alex, USN
CTASA William E. Briley, USN
CTSN Wilfred D. Cordell, USN
CTSN Dennis E. Etzweiler, USN
CT3 Archie R. Garofalo, USN
CTSA John D. House, USN
LTJG Ernest D. Moody, USN
CT3 Wayne E. Tower, USN
CTSN James K. Whitman, USN
CT3 Gregory S. Williams, USN

LCPI Richard E. McKown, USMC
Sgt Paul C. Rodrigues, USMC

Shot down off the coast of the Soviet Union April 8, 1950
CT3 Edward Purcell, April 8, 1950

"They Served in Silence"

While working on this list, I found some place where the dates on the NSA wall don't match up with dates on other virtual walls. Looks like another project.

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Blogger submandave said...

Commendable work, CMDCM (Ret). My experience doesn't reach back that far, but it seems at one time there was a fair amount of cooperation between USN CTs and USMC Radio BN. Does that still happen to a similar degree?

BTW, in a related matter, in the '90s I was working on possibly embarking a RBN team on an SSN ISO MEU(SOC) operations, but never got a chance to make it happen. Still think it could have been an interesting force multiplier.

May 28, 2010, 8:06:00 AM  

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