1944 Harrisburg Evening News Story on S-28 loss with detail on Campbell

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1944 Harrisburg Evening News Story on S-28 loss with detail on Campbell - are: Company, and Castle; Machine Electric...
are: Company, and Castle; Machine Electric York; Lehigh Jones Mc- Mc- Com Construe National E. G. Company, Manufactur . July 11.- 11.- years a has been Boiling succeed W. all of his in the Township Gettysburg taught languages, sociology Higgins, 805 transferred to Calif., to duties as ades. U. S. SUB LOST From Page One dent, nature of which was not dis closed. There was no indication where in the Pacific the accident oc curred. The S-28 S-28 S-28 was the 25th United States submarine lost from all causes in this war and the second to be lost during training exercises. The R-12 R-12 R-12 previously was lost in June, 1943, in training exercises off the United States east coast' Campbell entered the Navy as a re serve officer in 1937 and was trans ferred to the regular Navy on Octo ber 1, 1943. His wife, Mrs. Jean B Campbell, now lives at Groton, Conn. His parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. Roy Campbell, live at 2526 Grant street, Evanston, 111. r The S-28 S-28 S-28 was authorized by Con gress on March 17, 1917. Built at the Bethlehem Shipbuilding Yards at Quincy, Mass., it was launched on September 20, 1922 and commissioned the following year. The submarine was 219 feet, three inches long, and had a beam of 20 feet, six inches. It was armebd with one four-inch four-inch four-inch gun. Council Delays Action in Club. seas Mrs. their and Roy Ralph, and Mrs. soldier street 22, dered police

Clipped from The Evening News11 Jul 1944, TuePage 8

The Evening News (Harrisburg, Pennsylvania)11 Jul 1944, TuePage 8
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