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Navy Memorial Honoring the Men & Women of the Sea Services



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
EM 3c John Laracy USN
CGM Marion Lewis USN
PhoM 3c Thomas Lockwood USN
TM 2c Joseph Lynch USN
F 1c Allan Maghan USN
EM 2c John Markle USN
MOMM 2c Roy Mcbride USN
MOMM 1c Henry Miles USN
EM 3c Sidney Nester USN
F 1c Joseph Newberry USN
MOMM 2c Douglas Olson USN
F 1c William Otoole USN
EM 3c John Parton USN
RT 2c Theodore Paskin USN
RM 3c George Pauley USN
MOMM 3c John Phenicie USN
MOMM 1c Louis Primavera USN
EM 3c George Prunier USN
TM 2c Clayton Quenett USN
F 1c Charles Raley USN


Dictionary of American Naval Fighting Ships