Marine Corps, Coast Guard and Maritime Service Casualties

Finding of Facts, Opinion and Recommendations, continued...

[12. PERSONAL INJURIES: continued]

a. Personal Injuries of those in Military Service:  [continued]

U.S. MARINE CORPS AND U.S. MARINE CORPS RESERVE
No permanent disability expected
Enlisted

(1) CROSSLAND, Frank Arthur; Pvt. USMCR SS Cl III (b); 822 625; White; hospitalized, 7-17-44 to 8-19-44: DU (FRACTURE RIBS)

(2) HERBERT, Pennington Joseph; Pfc. USMCR SS Cl III (b); 907 494; White; hospitalized, 7-17-44 to 7-21-44: WOUNDS, Lacerated, Multiple

(3) LAMPLEY, Eugene Thomas, Jr.; Pfc. USMC; 401 720; White; hospitalized, 7-17-44 to 7-21-44: WOUNDS, Lacerated, Multiple

(4) LEWIS, Frederick Donald; Cpl. USMCR Cl III (b); 411 385; White; hospitalized, 7-17-44 to 7-21-44: WOUNDS, Lacerated, Multiple

(5) MURPHY, Joseph Emmett; Pvt. USMCR SS Cl III (b); 233 952

(6) ORMBEY, Julius Jack; A.CK. USMCR III(b); 360 420; White; hospitalized, 7-17-44 to 8-5-44: INTRACRANIAL INJURY

U.S. COAST BUARD AND U.S. COAST GUARD RESERVE
No permanent disability expected
Enlisted:

(1) DOLLAR, Robert E.; 560 507; [...] 2c USCGR

(2)T[...]NER, Harold A.; 514 373; Cox. USCGR

(3)WEBB, Leonard R.; 217 837; MoMM2c USCG

(4) WILSON, Robert E.; 247 165; Sea 1c USCG

b. Personal Injuries of Employees of U.S. Government:

(1) That the name, address, and occupation of each member of the U.S. Maritime Service, and each civil service employee of the U.S. Navy and U.S. Army, injured as a result of said explosions, and the nature and extent of the injuries suffered by each are, as follows:

U.S. MARITIME SERVICE -- ALL SUFFERED SUPERFICIAL INJURES
No permanent disability expected
Crew Members of the S.S. QUINAULT VICTORY:

(1) GAGGUCAS, Juan B.; 500 Leavenworth St., San Francisco, California; Messman; Minor Injuries

(2) STROBEL, Robert F.; Route 1, Box 196, Mulino, Oregon; Maintenance Man -- Engr.; Shoulder Injury

(3) SULLIVAN, Frank; Messman; Superficial cuts on scalp

Crew Members of the S.S. E. A. BRYAN

(4) BRUNSON, Lucius L.; 15 Chestnut Street, Sumpter, South Carolina; 2nd Asst. Engr.; Lacerations -- mild

(5) SMOOT, Harold E., 30 Monticello Street, San Francisco, California; Wiper; Cuts on face

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Published:Mon Feb 29 11:58:28 EST 2016