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Navy Log

The Navy Log is the national permanent registry of sea service. It contains over 630,000 profiles of sea service veterans.

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The Navy Log room has new touch screen monitors and new lighting. Come by and see it.

Everett Alvarez, longest serving POW in Vietnam, was a 2012 Lone Sailor Award recipient.

John McCain, US Senator and Lone Sailor Award recipient, was a POW in Vietnam.

MMCM Jack Alson Davenport, Navy Memorial plankowner.

Navy Log print of Admiral James David Watkins who served as the 22nd Chief of Naval Operations

Anna Der-Vartanian was the first female Master Chief Petty officer in the U S Navy. Read her story at

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Though he played one for many years on TV, Ernie Borgnine never was an officer. He attained the rank of GM1 during his ten years in the Navy career. He was named an Honorary Chief Petty Officer. He was a Lone Sailor Award recipient in 1997. He will be greatly missed by his Navy Memorial family.

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SDC Carl Edward Clark risked his life putting out a raging fire on his ship the USS Aaron Ward DM4 during a kamikaze attack on May 3, 1945. He was an African American in a racially segregated Navy and was not even considered for an award for his heroism. Recently SECNAV Mabus awarded Chief Clark the Navy & Marine Corps Commendation Medal with Combat "V". For more information, go to

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VADM John B. Totushek is the current President and CEO of the U S Navy Memorial Foundation. For more information on his Naval career, go to

Navy Log profile for Warren Andrew "Andy" Skon who was a World War II Navy Ace. He participated in the first night-time carrier based combat operations. For more information, go to

Last photo of the USS LST 45 prior to its decommissioning. If you were on that ship, contact mailto:nmccomber@...

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Kenneth Robbins Cameron was a Vietnam prisoner of war. Read more about him in the Navy Log.

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