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The Distinguished Service Cross
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BULKELEY, JOHN DUNCAN
(First Award)
Citation:
The President of the United States takes pleasure in presenting the Distinguished Service Cross to John Duncan Bulkeley, Lieutenant, U.S. Navy, for extraordinary heroism in connection with military operations against an armed enemy while serving as Commanding Officer, Motor Torpedo Squadron THREE (MTB-3), in the vicinity of Subic Bay, Luzon, Philippine Islands, on 18 January 1942 and 25 January 1942. When a hostile vessel was reported in Binanga Bay, Luzon, on 18 January, Lieutenant Bulkeley proceeded with a squadron of two motor torpedo boats to search it out and attack it. When one of the two patrol boats became disabled, Lieutenant Bulkeley continued on his mission without the other. In spite of challenges by several enemy shore observation posts and by a hostile patrolling vessel and fire from an enemy shore battery, Lieutenant Bulkeley entered Port Binanga, located the hostile vessel and attacked it with two torpedoes, one of which struck it and set it afire. Again, on the night of 24 January, he successfully attacked an enemy merchant vessel off Sampaloc Point, Luzon. After firing the first torpedo which struck the target amidships and exploded, the torpedo boat came under heavy fire from the hostile ship and from shore batteries. In spite of this fire, Lieutenant Bulkeley continued his attack to within five hundred yards, firing another torpedo and attacking with machine gun fire, seriously hampered hostile operations on the west coast of Bataan. The conduct of Lieutenant Bulkeley throughout this action reflects great credit upon himself, and was in keeping with the highest traditions of the Military Forces of the United States.
Headquarters: U.S. Army Forces in the Far East, General Orders No. 29 (1942)

BULKELEY, JOHN DUNCAN
(Second Award)
Citation:
The President of the United States takes pleasure in presenting a Bronze Oak Leaf Cluster in lieu of a Second Award of the Distinguished Service Cross to John Duncan Bulkeley, Lieutenant, U.S. Navy, for extraordinary heroism in connection with military operations against an armed enemy while serving as Commanding Officer, Motor Torpedo Boat THIRTY-FOUR (PT-34), Motor Torpedo Boat Squadron THREE (MTB-3), in action in the Mindanao Sea, Philippine Islands, on the night of 8 - 9 April 1942. When Lieutenant Bulkeley, in command of Motor Torpedo Boat Squadron THREE encountered a hostile cruiser accompanied by destroyers, he unhesitatingly ordered an attack by the two boats in his squadron in spite of the tremendous odds. After the vessel on which he was embarked had fired all its torpedoes in an attack against the enemy cruiser, Lieutenant Bulkeley, at great personal risk, directed the aggressive maneuver of this vessel so as to draw to it the bulk of the hostile fire, enabling the other boat to deliver a torpedo attack at close range. As a result of this daring, combined maneuver, the enemy cruiser was destroyed. After this action, Lieutenant Bulkeley skillfully withdrew his command, evading the pursuing hostile destroyers. The conduct of Lieutenant Bulkeley throughout this action reflects great credit upon himself, and was in keeping with the highest traditions of the Military Forces of the United States.
Headquarters: South West Pacific Area, General Orders No. 3 (1942)
Born: August 19, 1911 at New York, New York
Home Town: Hackettstown, New Jersey
Personal Awards: Medal of Honor (WWII), Navy Cross (WWII), 2@ Distinguished Service Crosses (WWII), Navy Distinguished Service Medal, 2@ Silver Stars (WWII), Purple Heart


CLAYBOURN, CHARLES V. (POW)
Citation:
The President of the United States takes pleasure in presenting the Distinguished Service Cross to Charles V. Claybourn (3722-1754), Seaman First Class, U.S. Navy, for extraordinary heroism in connection with military operations against an armed enemy while held as a Prisoner of War, near Sindangan, Mindanao, Philippine Islands, on 7 September 1944. When an enemy vessel transporting American prisoners of war was torpedoed, killing or injuring many men in the stifling hold, Seaman First Class Claybourn with great presence of mind immediately established order among the survivors. After lifting a heavy steel beam which had pinned down one man he led the stunned group toward the hatch opening. Met by a withering hail of rifle fire from frenzied enemy guards on the deck of the rapidly sinking ship, Seaman First Class Claybourn instead of seeking escape undauntedly and courageously braved the fire unarmed in an effort to lead his group to safety. Evading every desperate measure of the frantic enemy to prevent him from rescuing his comrades, he conducted the wounded men to the side of the ship and remained until all had leaped into the water. While maddened enemy soldiers continued to fire on the defenseless and floundering men, he swam about with complete disregard for his life, helping the injured to keep afloat, pushing them toward floating timbers or bits of debris, shouting encouragement, and guiding the survivors shoreward. At length, despite utter physical exhaustion, he succeeded in bringing the group to shore, where they were assisted by Filipino guerrillas and ultimately returned to our forces. Seaman First Class Claybourn's daring leadership, complete fearlessness, and intrepidity in repeatedly risking his life to aid his companions were responsible for saving many lives and were an inspiration to his stricken comrades.
War Department, General Orders No. 8 (February 7, 1945)


COX, GEORGE EMERSON, JR.
Synopsis:
The President of the United States takes pleasure in presenting the Distinguished Service Cross to George Emerson Cox, Jr., Ensign, U.S. Navy (Reserve), for extraordinary heroism in connection with military operations against an armed enemy while serving with Motor Torpedo Boat Squadron THEE (MTB-3), Motor Torpedo Boat FORTY-ONE (PT-41), in action against enemy forces on 8 and 9 April 1942, in the vicinity of Cebu, Philippine Islands. Ensign Cox's outstanding accomplishments, personal bravery and zealous devotion to duty exemplify the highest traditions of the military forces of the United States.
Headquarters: South West Pacific Area, General Orders No. 3 (1942)
Born: October 16, 1914 at Niagara Falls, New York
Home Town: Watertown, New York
Personal Awards: Navy Cross (WWII), Distinguished Service Cross (WWII), 2@ Silver Stars (WWII)


DEALEY, SAMUEL DAVID (KIA)
Citation:
The President of the United States takes pleasure in presenting the Distinguished Service Cross to Samuel David Dealey (0-63136), Commander, U.S. Navy, for extraordinary heroism in connection with military operations against an armed enemy in the Southwest Pacific Area during the period 6 to 10 June 1944. While Commanding Officer of the submarine U.S.S. HARDER (SS-257) on the Fifth War Patrol of that vessel in enemy patrolled waters, Commander Dealey adeptly and daringly maneuvered his ship into firing position, and under heavy enemy pressure, in four aggressive close range torpedo attacks, sank five enemy destroyers. In these attacks outstanding professional skill and competence were displayed in obtaining eight hits from the thirteen torpedoes fired. With great adeptness, he then maneuvered his ship subsequent to these attacks so as to prevent serious damage to his ship by anti-submarine measures.
Headquarters: South West Pacific Area, General Orders No. 6 (July 9, 1944)
Born: September 13, 1906 at Dallas, Texas
Home Town: Dallas, Texas
Personal Awards: Medal of Honor (WWII), 4@ Navy Crosses (WWII), Distinguished Service Cross (WWII)


*DONALDSON, TROSE EMMETT (KIA)
Citation:
The President of the United States takes pride in presenting the Distinguished Service Cross (Posthumously) to Trose Emmett Donaldson (0-90693), Lieutenant, Junior Grade, U.S. Navy (Reserve), for extraordinary heroism in connection with military operations against an armed enemy in the vicinity of Corregidor, Manila Bay, Philippine Islands, on 9 April 1942. When the U.S. Army Tug HENRY KESWICK, at anchor off the Bataan Coast, was heavily shelled by enemy artillery, and hostile aircraft were aloft in the vicinity, Lieutenant Donaldson, serving as Master of the KESWICK, ordered all hands to safety below deck, and got under way toward Corregidor. He then ordered his crew to abandon ship while he remained aboard directing operations. Through his heroic courage in the face of terrific hazards, his exceptional judgment, and entire disregard for his personal safety, he not only succeeded in saving the lives of his entire crew, but prevented the vessel from falling into the hands of the enemy. Lieutenant Donaldson remained on the ship and at his post of duty until his crew was safely ashore, and was killed by enemy shell fire while he was leaving the vessel.
Headquarters: Allied Forces in the Philippines, General Orders No. 27 (1942)
Born: June 19, 1914 at Tacoma, Washington
Home Town: Tacoma, Washington
Personal Awards: Navy Cross (WWII), Distinguished Service Cross (WWII)


FENNO, FRANK WESLEY, JR.
Citation:
The President of the United States takes pleasure in presenting the Distinguished Service Cross to Frank Wesley Fenno, Jr., Lieutenant Commander, U.S. Navy, for extraordinary heroism in connection with military operations against an armed enemy while serving as Commanding Officer, U.S.S. TROUT (SS-202), while operating his submarine in enemy-controlled waters during January to March 1942 in the performance of an unusual and hazardous mission for the War Department. Carrying a heavy load of antiaircraft ammunition urgently needed by the beleaguered forces of General Douglas MacArthur in the Philippine Islands, the U.S.S. TROUT departed from Pearl Harbor, Territory of Hawaii for Corregidor Island, Manila Bay, at 0900, 12 January 1942, refueling at Midway Island on 16 January 1942. The TROUT proceeded on the surface until 21 January, traveling submerged thereafter during daylight hours. At 0230, 27 January, an unsuccessful night attack was made on a lighted enemy vessel, resulting in the TROUT being chased by the vessel at such speed as to force the TROUT to dive in order to escape. On 3 February 1942, after dark, the TROUT made rendezvous off Corregidor with an escort motor torpedo boat. The TROUT then followed the escort at high speed through a winding passage in a mine field to South Docks, Corregidor Island, where she unloaded 3500 rounds of antiaircraft artillery ammunition for the Army Forces defending Bataan Peninsula and Corregidor. Twenty tons of gold and silver, securities, diplomatic and United States mail and two additional torpedoes were loaded on the TROUT for the return voyage. The TROUT cleared Corregidor dock at 0400, 4 February, and bottomed in Manila Bay during daylight 4 February. Surfacing that night, additional securities and mail were loaded before the TROUT departed from Manila Bay through the mine field. On the return trip one enemy merchant vessel and one patrol vessel were attacked and sunk. The TROUT arrived at Pearl harbor 3 March 1942 after 51 days at sea. Lieutenant Commander Fenno's example of fearlessness, zeal and devotion to duty resulted in the accomplishment of a mission of great service to the Army of the United States.
Headquarters: Hawaiian Department, U.S. Army, General Orders No. 39 (1942)
Born: September 11, 1902 at Westminster, Massachusetts
Home Town: Westminster, Massachusetts
Personal Awards: 3@ Navy Crosses (WWII), Distinguished Service Cross (WWII)


FULLER, BERT CARL
Synopsis:
The President of the United States takes pleasure in presenting the Distinguished Service Cross to Bert Carl Fuller, Cannoneer Second Class, U.S. Navy, for extraordinary heroism in connection with military operations against an armed enemy on 8 February 1942, in the Philippine Islands. Cannoneer Second Class Fuller's outstanding accomplishments, personal bravery and zealous devotion to duty exemplify the highest traditions of the military forces of the United States.
Headquarters: Allied Forces in the Philippines, General Orders No. 20 (1942)
Home Town: Bennett, Missouri


*GAUL, JAMES HARVEY (KIA)
Synopsis:
The President of the United States takes pride in presenting the Distinguished Service Cross (Posthumously) to James Harvey Gaul, Lieutenant, U.S. Navy (Reserve), for extraordinary heroism in connection with military operations against an armed enemy while serving with Company B, 2677th Regiment, Office of Strategic Services, in action against enemy forces from 17 September 1944 to 26 December 1944. Lieutenant Gaul's outstanding accomplishments, personal bravery and zealous devotion to duty exemplify the highest traditions of the military forces of the United States.
Headquarters: U.S. Army-Mediterranean Theater of Operations, General Orders No. 293 (1945)
Home Town: Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania


GOODALL, HENRY WILLIAM
Citation:
The President of the United States takes pleasure in presenting the Distinguished Service Cross to Henry William Goodall, Lieutenant Commander, U.S. Navy, for extraordinary heroism in connection with military operations against an armed enemy while serving as Executive Officer of the U.S.S. CANOPUS (AS-9), in action in the vicinity of Quinauan Point, Bataan, Philippine islands, on 8 February 1942. When it became necessary to coordinate an attack from seaward with the operations of ground forces in breaking the resistance of a defiladed and strongly-held enemy position, Lieutenant Commander Goodall was given command of a Naval expedition consisting of two armored boats accompanied by two motor whaleboats. During the entire operation Lieutenant Commander Goodall maintained an exposed position and directed in detail the maneuver and fire of all the boats in his detachment despite intense hostile fire from the beach and repeated bombing and strafing attacks by enemy dive bombers. When a series of bomb hits required that his boat be beached, Lieutenant Commander Goodall, though himself seriously wounded, calmly directed the care of other injured men. The consistent courage, strong leadership, and devotion to duty displayed by Lieutenant Commander Goodall in the face of serious hazards of hostile bombardment and gun fire furnished an example to the entire personnel of the expedition which contributed in large measure to the single success of the operation.
Headquarters: Allied Forces in the Philippines, General Orders No. 20 (1942)
Home Town: Salina, Kansas
Personal Awards: Navy Cross (WWII), Distinguished Service Cross (WWII), Purple Heart


GREEN, JAMES H.
Synopsis:
The President of the United States takes pleasure in presenting the Distinguished Service Cross to James H. Green, Lieutenant, U.S. Navy (Reserve), for extraordinary heroism in connection with military operations against an armed enemy while serving with Company B, 2677 Regiment, Office of Strategic Services, in action against enemy forces from 17 September 1944 to 26 December 1944. Lieutenant Green's outstanding accomplishments, personal bravery and zealous devotion to duty exemplify the highest traditions of the military forces of the United States.
Headquarters: U.S. Army-Mediterranean Theater of Operations, General Orders No. 293 (1945)


KELLY, ROBERT BOLLING
Synopsis:
The President of the United States takes pleasure in presenting the Distinguished Service Cross to Robert Bolling Kelly, Lieutenant, U.S. Navy, for extraordinary heroism in connection with military operations against an armed enemy while serving as Commanding Officer, Motor Torpedo Boat Squadron THREE (MTB-3), Motor Torpedo Boat THIRTY-FOUR (PT-34), in action against enemy forces on 8 and 9 April 1942, in the vicinity of Cebu, Philippine Islands. Lieutenant Kelly's outstanding accomplishments, personal bravery and zealous devotion to duty exemplify the highest traditions of the military forces of the United States.
Headquarters: South West Pacific Area, General Orders No. 3 (1942)
Born: June 9, 1913 at New York, New York
Home Town: New York, New York
Personal Awards: Navy Cross (WWII), Distinguished Service Cross (WWII), 2@ Silver Stars (WWII)


KIRKPATRICK, CHARLES C.
Synopsis:
The President of the United States takes pleasure in presenting the Distinguished Service Cross to Charles C. Kirkpatrick, Lieutenant Commander, U.S. Navy, for extraordinary heroism in connection with military operations against an armed enemy while serving as Commanding Officer, U.S.S. TRITON, in action against enemy forces on 26 January 1943, during a Submarine patrol in the Pacific War Area. Lieutenant Commander Kirkpatrick's outstanding accomplishments, personal bravery and zealous devotion to duty exemplify the highest traditions of the military forces of the United States.
Headquarters: South West Pacific Area, General Orders No. 16 (1943)
Born: June 20, 1907 at San Angelo, Texas
Home Town: Atlanta, Georgia
Personal Awards: 3@ Navy Crosses (WWII), Distinguished Service Cross (WWII)


*KRAMB, CHARLES HERMAN, JR. (KIA)
Citation:
The President of the United States takes pride in presenting the Distinguished Service Cross (Posthumously) to Charles Herman Kramb, Jr. (2341897), Gunner's Mate Third Class, U.S. Navy, for extraordinary heroism in connection with military operations against an armed enemy in the vicinity of Quinauan Point, Bataan, Philippine Islands, on 8 February 1942. When it became necessary to coordinate an attack from seaward with the operations of ground forces in breaking the resistance of a defiladed and strongly held enemy position, Gunner's Mate Kramb served as a gunner on one of the armored boats of the expedition. During the entire operation this intrepid blue jacket maintained accurate and voluminous fire from his exposed post in the bow of his boat despite heavy enemy fire from the beach and several hostile dive bombing attacks. On the return trip, after completion of the mission, Gunner's Mate Kramb took a machine gun position in an open part of the boat where he ignored considerations of personal safety in firing at dive bombers as they came in to attack, thereby driving off two such attacks. On a third dive bombing attempt, however, three bombs fell alongside his boat causing his death, but not before he had contributed in a large measure to the success of the enterprise.
Headquarters: Allied Forces in the Philippines, General Orders No. 20 (April 9,1942)
Home Town: Edmond, Oklahoma


McCOY, MELVIN H. (POW)
Synopsis:
The President of the United States takes pleasure in presenting the Distinguished Service Cross to Melvin H. McCoy, Lieutenant Commander, U.S. Navy, for extraordinary heroism in connection with military operations against an armed enemy as a Prisoner of War of the Japanese in the Philippine Islands during the period 4 April 1943 through 9 July 1944. Lieutenant Commander McCoy was one of ten men including two Naval Officers, three Air Corps Officers, and two Marine Corps Officers who escaped after nearly a year in captivity after the fall of Bataan and Corregidor. The ten men evaded their captors for days until connecting with Filipino Guerillas under Wendell Fertig. The officers remained with the guerillas for weeks, obtaining vital information which they carried with them when they were subsequently evacuated by American submarines. Their escape was the only mass escape from a Japanese prison camp during the war.
Headquarters: U.S. Army Forces in the Far East, General Orders No. 47 (1943)


MORTON, DUDLEY WALKER (MIA-KIA)
Citation:
The President of the United States takes pleasure in presenting the Distinguished Service Cross to Dudley Walker Morton (0-63274), Lieutenant Commander, U.S. Navy, for extraordinary heroism in connection with military operations against an armed enemy while serving as Commanding Officer, U.S.S. WAHOO (SS-238), in action against enemy forces in the Southwest Pacific Area during the period 24 -to26 January 1943. Commander Morton's daring leadership, indomitable fighting spirit and brilliant tactical ability reflected the greatest credit on himself, the U.S.S. WAHOO, and the United States Navy.
Headquarters: South West Pacific Area, General Orders No. 16 (1943)
Born: July 17, 1907 at Owensburg, Kentucky
Home Town: Tuckahoe, New York
Personal Awards: 4@ Navy Crosses (WWII), Distinguished Service Cross (WWII)


PARSONS, CHARLES
Synopsis:
The President of the United States takes pleasure in presenting the Distinguished Service Cross to Charles Parsons, Lieutenant Commander, U.S. Navy (Reserve), for extraordinary heroism in connection with military operations against an armed enemy during the period from 13 February to 20 July 1943. (Citation not published for reasons of military secrecy) Lieutenant Commander Parsons DSC was awarded for his first mission by submarine to gather information in the Philippine Islands for General MacArthur's GHQ and AIB. From 1943 to 1945 Lieutenant Commander Charles "Chick" Parson's spy network smuggled more than 1,300 tons of supplies to the Philippine Guerillas, delivered by nineteen submarines sneaking by night past the Japanese patrol boats.
Headquarters: U.S. Army Forces in the Far East, General Orders No. 47 (18 August 1943)
Born: April 22, 1902 at Shelbyville, Tennessee
Home Town: Shelby, Tennessee
Personal Awards: 2@ Navy Crosses (WWII), Distinguished Service Cross (WWII)


SITTON, LEWIS W.
Synopsis:
The President of the United States takes pleasure in presenting the Distinguished Service Cross to Lewis W. Sitton, Pharmacist's Mate First Class, U.S. Navy, for extraordinary heroism in connection with military operations against an armed enemy. Pharmacist's Mate First Class Sitton's outstanding accomplishments, personal bravery and zealous devotion to duty exemplify the highest traditions of the military forces of the United States.


*SMITH, CHARLES EDWARD (KIA)
Citation:
The President of the United States takes pride in presenting the Distinguished Service Cross (Posthumously) to Charles Edward Smith (3205576), Chief Electrician's Mate, U.S. Navy, for extraordinary heroism in connection with military operations against an armed enemy while detached for service with the United Forces in the Philippines, in the vicinity of Quinauan Point, Bataan, Philippine Islands, on 8 February 1942. When it became necessary to coordinate an attack from seaward with the operations of ground forces in breaking the resistance of a defiladed and strongly held enemy position, Chief Electrician's Mate Smith was charged with directing the fire of the bow guns from across an exposed position outside the gun shields. During the entire operation this intrepid Bluejacket maintained accurate and voluminous fire from his exposed post in the bow of the boat despite heavy enemy fire from the beach, and several hostile dive bombing attacks. On the return trip, after completion of the mission, chief Electrician's Mate Smith took a machine gun position in an open part of the boat where he ignored considerations of personal safety in firing at dive bombers as they came in to attack, thereby driving off two such attacks. On one occasion, seeing bombs falling toward the boat, Chief Electrician's Mate Smith pushed a crew member into a protected spot which was available to him, thereby saving his companion's life at the expense of his own. This valiant Bluejacket was killed only after having contributed in large measure to the success of this vital enterprise.
Headquarters: Allied Forces in the Philippines, General Orders No. 20 (April 9, 1942)
Born: at Cedar Rapids, Iowa
Home Town: Cedar Rapids, Iowa


SUTTON, JAMES P.
Synopsis:
The President of the United States takes pleasure in presenting the Distinguished Service Cross to James P. Sutton, Lieutenant, Junior Grade, U.S. Navy (Reserve), for extraordinary heroism in connection with military operations against an armed enemy on 3 and 8 February 1945. Lieutenant, Junior Grade, Sutton's outstanding accomplishments, personal bravery and zealous devotion to duty exemplify the highest traditions of the military forces of the United States.
Headquarters: U.S. Forces-Pacific, General Orders No. 70 (1945)


WILSON, SAMUEL J.
Synopsis:
The President of the United States takes pleasure in presenting the Distinguished Service Cross to Samuel J. Wilson, Commander, U.S. Navy (Reserve), for extraordinary heroism in connection with military operations against an armed enemy from June to December, 1944. Commander Wilson's outstanding accomplishments, personal bravery and zealous devotion to duty exemplify the highest traditions of the military forces of the United States.
Headquarters: U.S. Forces-Pacific, General Orders No. 45 (1945)

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