GEORGE W INGRAM APD 43
Ship Name and Designation History
This section lists the names and designations that the ship had during its lifetime. The list is in chronological order.
Keel Laid February 6 1943 - Launched May 8 1943
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Posted 2 days after redesignation, showing DE-62 in return
Awards, Citations and Campaign Ribbons...
American Campaign Medal - Asiatic-Pacific Campaign Medal - Europe-Africa-Middle East Campaign Medal - WWII Victory Medal
NAMESAKE - Seaman 2/c George Washington Ingram USN (February 22 1918- December 7 1941)
Ingram was assigned to duty with Patrol Wing 2 on September 26 1941, and was stationed at the Naval Air Station, Kaneohe Bay, Oahu when the Japanese attacked Pearl Harbor December 7 1941. In utter disregard of personal danger, he fought to repel the enemy and died during the attack. He was commended by Admiral Nimitz, Commander in Chief, Pacific Fleet, for his heroism.
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