Status Report July 28th

Posted on Saturday 28 July 2007

As of noon today the Landstar Ranger truck driven by Robert and Rochelle Crider had just crossed the border out of Ohio. The photo gives on an idea of the size of the winch.

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“We at Nippon Express USA, Boston Branch, are very proud to be able to assist in the search for the USS Grunion.

We pushed the truck with the ROV out today with all possible haste.

We wish the expedition well.

May the USS Grunion’s resting place be found so we may honor those who gave their lives for their country and to bring some closure to the family of the crew.”
Glenn Larson

July 27, 2007

1 Comment for 'Status Report July 28th'

    Nell Centra
    July 28, 2007 | 7:51 pm

    I am deeply moved by this experience. Carmine Anthony Parziale is the brother of my maternal grandmother, Jennie (Parziale) Lallo. My grandmother died in 1992. I know that she always carried Uncle Carmine in her heart. She told us wonderful stories of him as we grew up, and his official military picture was displayed prominently in her home. That same picture of Uncle Carmine is now displayed in my parent’s home. How truly blessed we are that dedicated and caring people have continued the quest for answers regarding the USS Grunion. Thanks to all of you from a proud great niece of Carmine Anthony Parziale, Torpedoman’s Mate, Third Class USS Grunion (SS-216)

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