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Ship Designation: 
Date Lost: 
Monday, June 18, 1945
Lost en route to Honshu
On the morning of June 18, Bonefish received permission to conduct a patrol of Toyama Wan, Honshu. She was never heard from again. Bonefish was probably the submarine attacked by the Japanese 18 June in 37°18' N., 137°25' E.

Lost At Sea Log

Number of sailors in this log: 85

Namesort descending Service Branch
Lt(jg) Donald Abel USN
Y 3c Thomas Adams USN
Bkr 3c Wendell Adams USN
Lt(jg) Lawrence Amburgey USN
MOMM 3c Gustav Anderson USN
Sea 1c Sestilio Aureli USN
GM 2c Merle Beck USN
F 1c Roderick Brown USN
EM 1c James Browning USN
MOMM 2c Charles Burdick USN
MOMM 2c Kenneth Canfield USN
RM 3c John Coleman USN
StM 2c Quintus Cooley USN
SC 2c Otis Danielson USN
Lt(jg) Davis Dunn USN
CDR Lawrence Edge USN
F 1c Ermand Enos USN
StM 2c William Epps USN
F 1c Paul Feld USN
RM 2c Donald Fox USN


Dictionary of American Naval Fighting Ships