|On Eternal Patrol - USS Sealion (SS-195)|
The following men were lost while serving on USS Sealion (SS-195). With the fall of the Philippines, at least four Sealion men were captured, two of whom died as Prisoners of War. Fireman Second Class Herbert Raymond Conser and Ship's Cook First Class George Edgar Cobb survived POW camp and were repatriated after the war.
Click on a man's name to go to his personal memorial page on this site. Photographs and personal information are needed as indicated in the column at right.
For a brief history of the boat, please see The Loss of USS Sealion.
*Died as a Prisoner of War.
Additionally, one man, Lieutenant Julian Knox Morrison, Jr., Commanding Officer, died aboard Sealion in an accident before the War.
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The U.S. Submarine Veterans of World War II assigned USS Sealion (SS-195)
to the State of Georgia.
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