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Pictures of the USS Mullany crew from the 1940s
Please help me name these shipmates

Picture of Mullany officers around 1943. Captain Mullaney is seated 3rd from left in front row. Back row: Quillen Fox, John W. Marshall, Robert E. Miller, unknown, unknown, unknown, Marv Pehrson, unknown, unknown, unknown, unknown, unknown. Front Row: unknown, unknown B.J. Mullaney, unknown, unknown, unknown.
Mullany gunnary crew.
Mullany gunnary crew. Back row: March, Turner, Griffeth, Johnson, Pehrson, Fox, Taylor, Love, ???, Perry (in doorway), Welch, Domagala - more names to follow: Photo courtesy Larry McCoy.
Communications Division. Standing left to right: Cisco, Baldwin, Chapman, Breen, Hon, Beyer, Slaughter, Lt. jg Robert E. Miller - Front row: Kozmierzac, Wiwehchardski (later Shepard), Grib, Buster, Varner, and Burns
C Division Quartermasters - Standing left to right: Brown, Urban, Pfiefer, Sanders, Evenson - Front row: Lt. Macomber (Exec.), Lt. Britton (Nav.)
C Division Radiomen - Lt. White and gang
C Division Signalmen - Standing left to right: Montgomery, Oare, Cady, Caufield, Calliger - Front row: Seago, Eagle, Tolen
C Division Signal Crew
C Division Soundmen - Standing left to rignt: Friedly, Murphy, Sayler, Galbraith, Shurtleff - Front row: Hall (painted kangaroo), Ulrich
Several officers from the Mullany at probably a Benny the Bums. Captain Mullaney is dead center.
Officers and enlisted at Benny the Bums San Francisco
Seaman 1c Harlan Johnson. Photo courtesy of Harlan Johnson. For a first hand account of the April 6 attack in Harlan's own words click here: Kamikaze Attack on the USS Mullany - A Survivor's Story. Click here to read about Harlan's Honor Flight Interview
Lt. JG Frank White. Photo courtesy of Lt. Frank White
Mullany crew playing baseball on the Aleutians. Photo courtesy of the Miller Family
E 3c Glenn Miller. Photo courtesy of Bud Chavers.
Hap Perry - Gunnery Officer
RDM 3c Arthur "Bill" Rechten
Lt. JG Robert E. Miller - Communications Officer 1943-1945. Photo courtesy of the Miller Family. To read "The Saga of the Mighty M" a first hand account of early days of the Mullany written by Robert E. Miller click on the title.

Larry J. McCoy. Photo courtesy of Larry McCoy. To read a first hand account of Larry's Navy life please click here:

McCoy Chronology 1943-1944 - personal observations and events recorded by Larry.

January 11, 1945 at Benny the Bums. Photo courtesy of Larry McCoy.
Bud Johnson, Larry McCoy, and Ken House. Photo courtesy of Larry McCoy
Need help identifying these sailors. Far right is BM 2 Clarence Brevik. Photo courtesy of Larry McCoy
MM 3c Hassell "Bud" Chavers. Photo courtesy of Bud Chavers.
From left to right MM 3c Hassell "Bud" Chavers. Photo courtesy of Bud Chavers.
Jimmy Dixon. Photo courtesy of Bud Chavers.
From left to right MM 3c Hassell "Bud" Chavers and two unknown sailors. Photo courtesy of Bud Chavers.
From left to right: unknown sailor and MM 3c Hassell "Bud" Chavers. Photo courtesy of Bud Chavers.
Photo of USS Mullany Chiefs. Not great quality to make them out, but the only one in existance.
FC 3c Larry Taylor. Photo courtesy of Larry Taylor. To read a first hand account of Larry's Navy life please click here:
I'm guessing this is one of the gun mount crews. I believe Larry Taylor and Larry McCoy are in this picture. Photo courtesy of Larry Taylor.
Unidentified sailors from the Mullany. Photo courtesy of Larry Taylor.
Front row: Larry Taylor, Joe Augustine Back row: unidentified sailor, Frank Howard, unidentified sailor, L.C. Ryan. Photo courtesy of Larry Taylor.
Elmore N. Scott. Photo courtesy of Larry Taylor.
Smith. Photo courtesy of Larry Taylor.
Canup. Photo courtesy of Larry Taylor.
FC 3c Edgar "Bob" Arndt. Photo courtesy of Larry Taylor
Engeland. Note the rising suns painted on the fire control director. One shows six planes shot down and eleven shore bombardments. Photo courtesy of Larry Taylor
Photo shows fire control team (left to right): Scott, Ryan, Canup, Smith, Young. Photo is courtesy of Larry Taylor
Bob Love. Photo courtesy of Larry Taylor
Fire control gang (front row left to right): Peers, Young, McCarol, Taylor, Scott (back row left to right): Ryan, Masten, Smith, Love, Arndt. Photo courtesy of Larry Taylor
Fire control gang (front row left to right): Peers, Rupert, Perry, (back row left to right): Music, Arndt, Engeland, Judson. Photo courtesy of Larry Taylor
Celebrating the wars end. Streets of Paris "Hollywood Hotspot." Larry Taylor is in the center.
Mullany officers. Frank White back row second from right. Photo courtesy of Lt. Frank White.
Unidentified crew. I believe Hap Perry is at the far right. Photo courtesy of Lt. Frank White.
Mullany officers. Frank White far left and Marv Pehrson far right (cutoff). Photo courtesy of Lt. Frank White.
Mullany officers. Lt. Quillen Fox second from left. Photo courtesy of Lt. Frank White.
Mullany officers together June 16, 1945. Lt. Frank White second from left followed by Lt. Marv Pehrson, Lt. jg Quillen Fox at far right. Photo courtesy of Lt. Frank White.
Lt. jg Robert E. Miller salutes the officer of the day. Far right is Lt. jg Marv Pehrson. Photo is courtesy of the Miller Family
Lt. jg Marv Pehrson and Lt. jg Robert E. Miller read about the Mullany's exploits while home on leave. Photo courtesy of the Pehrson family.
SN 1c Matt Caulfield . Photo courtesy of Matt Caulfield
Ship's crew at Benny the Bums in San Francisco. Front row: Mouse, Peers, Timmone, Boise, Becker, Englude, Cico, Chandler, Frielend, Matteen, Alabama, Everson, Caulfield, Doc, Barragan, Engle, Kraz. Photo courtesy of Matt Caulfield
Ship's crew at Benny the Bums in San Francisco. Back row: Jodson, Peers, Sandy, Vog, Blum, Murphy, Oare, Earl, Martin, Jackson, Barker, Ross, Blakesley, Rodney, Timmons. Photo courtesy of Matt Caulfield
At Chicks in San Francisco. Left to right: Vog, Heller, Rodney, Meade. Photo courtesy of Matt Caulfield
Ed Hall. Photo courtesy of Matt Caulfield
Back row left to right: Becman, Earl, Barragan, Caulfield - Front row: Mccall, Engle, Galbret. Photo courtesy of Matt Caulfield
Crew of gun mount 2. Back row left to right: Varner, Meade, Noga, Wetzel, Price, Stark - Middle row: Stachew, Scott, Careacan, Burns - Front row Lungren, Farfsing, Carscus, Caulfield. Photo courtesy Matt Caulfield
Ted R. Gagnon Sr. S1c
Gerald Lundgren SC2 1944 -1946. Photo courtesy of son, Kris Lundgren
Harmon C. Thompson Jr CWT 1943 -1946. Photo courtesy of daughter Sandy Hibbs
Harry Lee "Slim" Caulder S1 1943 -1945. Photo courtesy of daughter Amy Caulder White.
John "Jack" Weissler Lt. jg 1944 -1945. Photo courtesy of the Weissler family.
Homer "Rocky" Jacobsen GM3c 1943 - 1945. Photo courtesy of wife Vergene Jacobsen.
Mullany crewmen. George Hunter (center), Rocky Jacobsen (right). Photo courtesy of wife Vergene Jacobsen.
Mullany crewmen. Photo courtesy of Vergene Jacobsen, wife of Homer "Rocky" Jacobsen.
Mullany crewmen - Signal Gang. Photo courtesy of Matt Caulfield. Matt is back row center.
Mullany crewmen. Photo courtesy of Vergene Jacobsen, wife of Homer "Rocky" Jacobsen. I believe Clarence Brevik is front row center.
Samuel A. Bowerman Coxswain 1943-1945. Samual was a plank owner. He was listed as missing in action April 6, 1945. Photo courtesy of the Bowerman family. Click here to read a newspaper account of Samuel being listed as MIA, the operations he was involved in, and a letter from the Captain to his parents explaining the details of April 6, 1945.
Samuel A. Bowerman Coxswain 1943-1945. Photo courtesy of the Bowerman family.
Unidentified officer. Please help identify. Send information to webmaster@mullany.org.
My good friend Carl Sallaz. Great Lakes Naval Training Station 1944. Carl was a S1c on the Mullany and was on board when the kamikaze hit on April 6, 1945.
Glenn Mann Radarman Glenn Mann 1940s
Brett PhM2c Pharmicist Mate 2c Brett (on right)1940s - unidentified sailor on left
Hap Perry Hap Perry Gunnery Officer on right. 1940s. Unidentified sailor on left.
Radio shack gang Radio shack gang 1940s - please help identify.
Crew #1 Mullany crew 1940s - please help identify. Possibly part of a gun mount crew.
Crew #2 Mullany crew 1940s - please help identify.
Bill Evenson 1943-1945 QM 2c. Read about Bill's life as an announcer and actor after the war here: http://www.suntimes.com/photos/galleries/20459549-417/child-actor-in-old-time-radio-made-a-mark-as-radio-newsman.html#.VFrX-f4tCUk
Unknown sailor - please help identify.