|P-61 (Black Widow)||Fighter|
Campaigns and Battles
|Name||Theater||Date Begin||Date End|
|Ardennes Offensive (Battle of the Bulge) (Von Rundstedt Offensive)||European Theater||16 December 1944||25 January 1945|
|Attack on Pearl Harbor||Pacific Theater||7 December 1941|
|Battle of Bougainville||Pacific Theater||1 November 1943||21 August 1945|
|Battle of Eniwetok||Pacific Theater||17 February 1944||23 February 1944|
|Battle of Guadalcanal||Pacific Theater||7 August 1942||9 February 1943|
|Name||Title||Branch of Service|
|Aaron, Hubert Charles Titus||Fireman Second Class||U.S. Navy|
|Abad, Basil M.||Radioman Second Class||U.S. Navy|
|Abbott, Oscar A.||Torpedoeman's Mate Third Class||U.S. Navy|
|Abbott, Roy E.||Fireman Second Class||U.S. Navy|
|Abel, Donald A.||Ensign||U.S. Navy|
Arrival of Vice Admiral Halsey at Naval Air Station Alameda, California. Left to right: Captain Browning, Rear Admiral W. K. Harrill, Captain McCrary and Admiral Halsey. 6 September 1942.
USS Copahee (CVE-12) head-on. Port Angeles, Washington. 31 August 1942.
USS Portland (CA-33). Pearl Harbor, Territory of Hawaii. 14 June 1942.
For inflicting heavy damage on Japanese in Coral Sea action, officers of Torpedo Squadron Two receive Navy Cross from Admiral R. S. Holmes by direction of Admiral C. W. Nimitz. Lieutenant Commander Paul H. Ramsey and wife. VJ Squadron Two, San Diego, California.
For inflicting heavy damage on Japanese in Coral Sea action, officers of Torpedo Squadron Two receive Navy Cross from Rear Admiral R. S. Holmes by direction of Admiral C. W. Nimitz. Holems' aide, Rear Admiral R. S. Holmes, Lieutenant Commander Paul H. Ramsey. VJ Squadron Two, San Diego, California. 15 September 1942
|Caiman (SS-323)||Gato||Submarine||30 March 1944|
|Cero (SS-225)||Gato||Submarine||4 April 1943|
|Denver (CL-58)||Cleveland||Light Cruiser||4 April 1942|
|Clemson (DD-186)||Clemson||Destroyer||5 September 1918|
|Abingdon (PC-1237)||PC-461||Coastal Patrol||3 April 1943|