Nashville - Those We Lost

Of the 41 Marines aboard, only three survived the attack uninjured: LtCol Thompson, 2nd Lt. Poul Finn Pedersen, and 1st Sgt. Alton B. Chambers.

List courtesy of SSgt William R. Parker USMC (ret), son of Nashville Marine PFC William L. Parker, who was wounded in the attack:

Marines Wounded
Cpl William J. Clement
Cpl Dale N. Fielder
PFC Raymond J. Jollicouer
PFC Williard B. Limbaugh
PCF Peter M. Liska, Jr.
Cpl James P. Nelson
PFC William L. Parker
Sgt Paul J. Reilly
PFC Harold W. Strus
PFC Charles E. William

Marines Mortally Wounded
PFC Ralph G. Acosta
PFC Ellsworth P. Montgomery
PFC William C. Randle

Marines Killed In Action
PltSgt Roland E. Bailey
PFC Donald E. Bielfuss
PFC Eldon E. Buckner Jr.
PFC Jesse L. Clay
PFC James N. Constant
PFC Donald DeBruyn
Cpl Leslie D. Edwards
PFC Denzel J. Faubion
PFC Julian Gonko
PFC Robert W. Grisham
PFC John R. Kohl
PFC Gazel P. Koren
PFC David D. Kottler
Cpl Lyle E. Mahoney
PFC Warren W. Marshall
PFC Donald J. McMullen
Cpl Frederick M. Peir
PFC Dominic R. Pellicino Jr
PFC James A. Richard
PFC Frank L. Schallmoser
PFC Harold W. Stiener
PFC Franklyn F. Thompson
Cpl Robert L. Utton
Sgt Jerome J. Vallner
PFC Marion P. Young

An even greater number of sailors were wounded and killed.

USMC Muster Roll from December 1944