Bottom Gun BBSSubmarineSailor.com
Find a Shipmate
Reunion Info
Books/Video
Binnacle List (offsite)
History
Boat Websites
Links
Bottom Gun BBS
Search | Statistics | User listing Forums | Calendars | Quotes |
You are logged in as a guest. ( logon | register )


At random: Nautilus has long been a popular name for a submarine. Some of the more famous of these are Robert Fulton's NAUTILUS (1800), Jules Verne's fictional Nautilus, and the NAUTILUS of Sir Hubert Wilkins in which he attempted a voyage to the North Pole under the ice (1931). There have also been three U.S. submarines of that name, including the world's first nuclear powered submarine built by the Electric Boat Division.
USSVI Submariner Legacy Project Progress Report
Moderators:

Jump to page : 1
Now viewing page 1 [25 messages per page]
   Forums-> Serious Submarine ResearchMessage format
 
PatH
Posted 2015-02-27 10:08 AM (#74488)


Great Sage of the Sea

Posts: 618

Location: Issaquah WA, USA
Subject: USSVI Submariner Legacy Project Progress Report

There now are over 117,000 submariners accounted for in USSVI/Decklog.  This is an increase of 17,000 submariners since July 2013.  The project continues as we read boat muster rolls and incorporate the data into the legacy record.  Anyone can look up their shipmates at www.decklog.com by name and by boat. Not all are entered yet, but most who served up through 1960 are there.
PatH
Posted 2015-04-18 11:59 AM (#74902 - in reply to #74488)


Great Sage of the Sea

Posts: 618

Location: Issaquah WA, USA
Subject: Update: USSVI Submariner Legacy Project Progress Report

As of April 18 2015 there now are over 120,000 submariners accounted for in USSVI/Decklog, an increase of 3,000 submariners since last report of Feb 27th and a increase of 20,000 submariners since July 2013.

PatH
Posted 2015-05-29 11:00 AM (#75300 - in reply to #74488)


Great Sage of the Sea

Posts: 618

Location: Issaquah WA, USA
Subject: RE: USSVI Submariner Legacy Project Progress Report

As of May 29, 2015 there are now over 122,000 submariners accounted for in USSVI/Decklog.

PatH
Posted 2015-09-04 8:23 PM (#76412 - in reply to #75300)


Great Sage of the Sea

Posts: 618

Location: Issaquah WA, USA
Subject: RE: USSVI Submariner Legacy Project Progress Report

As of Sept 4, 2015 there are 126,375 USN submariners accounted for, including 32,704 who are verified as on Eternal Patrol.  The project continues as we read boat muster rolls and incorporate the data into the legacy record.

Anyone can look up their shipmates at www.decklog.com by name and by boat. Not all are entered yet, but most who served up through 1960 are there.



Edited by PatH 2015-09-04 8:24 PM
PatH
Posted 2016-06-07 5:09 PM (#79408 - in reply to #76412)


Great Sage of the Sea

Posts: 618

Location: Issaquah WA, USA
Subject: RE: USSVI Submariner Legacy Project Progress Report

Update regarding the USSVI Submariner Legacy Project.

As of June 5 2016 and dating from WW-II, over 134,000 submariners are identified and attached to the boats upon which they served, This info can be reviewed by Submarine at www.ussvi.org and selecting the "FIND A BOAT" button, then following the instructions there to drill down to the boat crew.
 
The information is gathered from Boat Crew Associations, Microfilmed Boat personnel records, some self reporting and obituary records of SVWWII and USSVI.  It is not complete but is by far the best available information on Submariners gathered in one source and is intended to benefit submariners and their families.
134,319 submariners are verified to now be on Eternal Patrol.
Jump to page : 1
Now viewing page 1 [25 messages per page]
Printer friendly version
E-mail a link to this thread
Jump to forum :


(Delete all cookies set by this site)
Running MegaBBS ASP Forum Software v2.0
© 2003 PD9 Software