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The United States Navy Memorial

Navy Memorial Honoring the Men & Women of the Sea Services



Ship Designation: 
Date Lost: 
Thursday, November 16, 1944
Attack south of Tokyo Bay
Scamp departed Midway October 20%252c 1944 to begin her eighth patrol in the vicinity of the Bonin Islands. On November 14 she was ordered to take up a life guard station off Tokyo Bay%252c but did not acknowledge the message%252c %2528nor was she required to do so%2529. She was not heard from again. ... Japanese records indicate a combined ASW aircraft and surface ship attack on 11 November along her projected track to her new station. The attack resulted in a large pool of oil on the surface. Two further attacks on 16 November%252c along a possible track if Scamp had been damaged earlier and was leaving her station%252c resulted in heavy underwater explosions. Since no other submarines reported ASW attacks on those dates and in those areas%252c it is probable that they accounted for Scamp%2527s loss.

Lost At Sea Log

Number of sailors in this log: 82

Namesort descending Service Branch
Ens William Collins USN
F 1c Gerald Cott USN
MOMM 3c Robert Crawford USN
Sea 1c Stuart Dienno USN
Sea 2c Orlando Dinicola USN
MOMM 1c Denver Duckworth USN
SC 1c Adam Dziamba USN
Lt(jg) George Eckardt USN
F 1c Donald Felber USN
F 1c Jesse Ferguson USN
MOMM 2c Jerome Fojtik USN
Sea 1c Chester Glodowski USN
TM 3c Robert Graham USN
SC 3c Anthony Graphia USN
Sea 1c Thomas Hagen USN
EM 1c George Haigler USN
F 2c Robert Hegmann USN
MOMM 2c Robert Hill USN
EM 1c Jesse Hittson USN
Cdr John Hollingsworth USN


Prepared by: J.P.O’Hara, CDR, USN (Ret.)