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Submarine Veteran's Reunion
USS Tinosa
5 Sept. 1990
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USS Tinosa SS-283
Offical Photograph: US Naval Drydocks Hunter's Point San Francisco, CA
Courtesy of Paul W. Wittmer, webmaster of Subvetpaul.com/


USS Tinosa SS 283 Crew

Also attending L to R: Louise and Robert Weiler, LG; Jayne & Ralph Gervias, CFC Gunner. The USS Tinosa is the submarine that picked up Crew 30 after they had to bail out of "City of Roswell" on 1 June 1945.

Note; Numbers run starting at the back row and work forward
Source: "The Tinosa Blatt Dec 1990 - Vol No. XI Issue No. 3

 1 - Cliff Paquette
 2 - Germaine Paquette
 3 - Clyde Gallardy
 4 - Marie Gallardy
 5 - Donna St. Amant
 6 - Wil St. Amant
 7 - Ellie Wittmer
 8 - Paul Wittmer
 9 - Dave Clutterham
10 - Dorris Lesh
11 - Nonnie Clutterham
12 - Rev George Corson
13 - Clyde Lesh
14 - Helen Searless
15 - Russ Groves
16 - Hugh Cooksey
17 - Robert Salan

18 - Dolly Salan
19 - Phyllis Klag
20 - Donald Klag
21 - Lois Corson
22 - Gerald Thaine
23 - Sissie Grant
24 - Lorranie Wendling
25 - Betty Gering*
26 - Bob Grant
27 - Gil Wendling
28 - Dayton Searless
29 - Eleanor Dixon
30 - Dick Dixon
31 - Jerry Burke
32 - Anne Burke
33 - Felix Petrowski
34 - Mary Petrowski

35 - Polly Weeks
36 - Eleanor West*
37 - Clyde Weeks
38 - Jack Anderson
39 - Bettie Anderson
40 - Corky Burns
41 - Milt Brown
42 - Dale Scott
43 - Louise Weiler
44 - Robert Weiler (P30)
45 - Jayne Gervias
46 - Ralph Gervias (P30)

47 - Gene Cooksey
48 - Alice Brown
49 - Leo Bonner
50 - Doloris Burns
51 - Donna Scott


James Wyckoff (l) & Robert Weiler (r)
These b/w photos appeared in an issue of The Tinosa Blatt Newsletter
(above and below)
Robert Weiler, (L); Jack Polis, (C); James Wyckoff (R)
Jack Polis, USS Tinosa, was the one who received the transmission from the B-29 search plane (P-45) that they had picked up Crew 30's distress signal broadcasted by the crew's emergency radio transmitter called the "gibson girl".

61st Squadron Crew Index
Source: Courtesy of Bob Weiler; Tinosa Blatt Newsletter 1998; unless noted otherwise