Navy Patrol Bombing Squadrons 102/14 Association




Patrol Squadron 14
Casualties
7 December 1941





Archive and Microfilm Research
By Louise Thoman



KILLED IN ACTION

Laxton G. Newman

Note: The USS Newman, DE-205 was launched on 26 November 1943. It was named to honor Laxton G. Newman who died at NAS KANEOHE, T.H.
07 December 1941 from enemy action.




WOUNDED IN ACTION

John W. FINN ACOM

Morton N. FREY AOM1c

Christian GUINESS AMM3c

Russell HENDERSON AMM3c

Earl L. JONES Sea2c

Joseph M. MCDADE AMM3c

Ray O. SCHULTZ Sea2c

C. S. SOLAR ACMM

Irvin S. STITES AMM3C

James E. WALTERS AOM3c




AIRCRAFT DESTROYED

2357 14-P-11 Destroyed on Ground

2359 14-P-12 Destroyed on Ground

2361 14-P-10 Destroyed on Ground

2363 14-P-4 Destroyed During Launch

2364 14-P-8 Destroyed on Water

2365 14-P-7 Destroyed on Ground

2369 14-P-9 Destroyed on Ground




AIRCRAFT DAMAGED

2418 14-P-2 In air by Japanese Attack

2360 14-P-5 Minor Damage By Strafing

2362 14-P-6 Severe Damage by Strafing






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