as result of survey boat striking on a previously unknown reef
now known as Rudisell Reef, Alaska.
G. Rudisell, Fireman
November 1, 1939 - Lost by falling from 103-foot
steel triangulation tower while tending light for a geodetic triangulation
party at Cape Henry, Virginia.
John F. Luckett
June 1942 - Lost as result of an accident while
erecting a Bilby Tower
for geodetic surveys near Burlington, Washington
Cooper, Steel Tower Building Hand
June 29, 1947 - Lost by float plane crash at
Summit Island, Bristol Bay
area, Alaska, while conducting triangulation reconnaissance
geodetic field party of William Husemeyer.
C. Stephens, photogrammetrist
August 27, 1952
Lost at sea on the Arctic coast in a small skiff.
G. Grenell, USC&GS Arctic Field Party
Frank C. Kay, USC&GS Arctic Field Party
Geoffrey P. Roberts, USC&GS Arctic Field Party
June 11, 1953 - Died as result of plane crash
reconnaissance for triangulation work in central Alaska in Stoney
area of Mt. McKinley National Park.
(j.g.) Gordon D. Scott, USC &GS