HOMENEW ADDITIONSSITE MAPINTRODUCTION
FOREWORDINVOCATION1. WALTER S. SAVAGE, JR.2.  DE-386 (WWII)
3.  DE-386 CREW4.  DE-386 CREW PHOTOS5.  DE-386 SHIP PHOTOS6.  DER-386 (1955)
7.  DER CREW 1955 - 19648.  DER-386 PHOTOS9.  SAVAGE IN VIETNAM10.  VIETNAM CREW
11.  VIETNAM PHOTOS12.  SHIP'S AWARDS13.  ACTIVE SERVICE TERMINATED14.  REUNION ASSOCIATION
15.  DECEASED16.  ROSTER17  REUNION PHOTOS18.  KEEPSAKES
19.  MISCELLANEOUS20.  SITE POLICIES21.  WEBMASTER22.  SHIP'S STORE
23.  SITE AWARDS24.  COMMANDING OFFICERS 25.  SHIP'S HISTORY

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Tom with unknown officer.
L. to r.  Raymond C. Johnsten,  MoMM1c - Claude Rankey, SoM1c  and Tom Honner, MoMM2c
taken in 1944.
Tom off Belfast, Northern Ireland 1944.
Unknown shipmates - Tom Honner is pictured in the upper right.
Unknown shipmates - Tom Honner is pictured second from the left.
William McKinley Honner (left) and Tom Honner the day before Tom entered the Coast Guard.
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[Information and photographs have been graciously contributed by Maryjane Stelmach Honner, Tom's daughter.]

[Job description from:  "What kind of job can I get in the Navy?"  United States Navy Department Pamphlet - circa 1942.]
Thomas F. Honner, MoMM2c header
Thomas F. Honner, MoMM2c 
SECTION 3.
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SECTION 3. CONTENTS
BACK TO SECTION 2.W. Paul Baumgarner, MoMM2cRollins W. Coakley, Y1c
Ralph M. Cooke, M. D.James L. Corsano, GM2cFamily - G. O. Day
History - G. O. DayHistory - G. O. Day (2)QM Duties - G. O. Day
Honorable DischargeHonorable Discharge (2)Honorable Discharge (3)
Presidential CertificatePhoto QM1c G. O. DayTribute - G. O. Day
G. O. Day - WWII MedalsDaniel P. Farley, RM2cGordon B. Hamrick, CSTD
Thomas F. Honner, MoMM2cMorrie J. Stein,  RdM1c

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Proud to be a WWII Veteran medal
Proud to be an American Veteran medal
image of Honorable discharge - Ruptured Duck
photograph of Thomas Francis Honner, MoMM2c(R)
photograph of Tom with unknown officer
photograph of R. Johnsten, Claude Rankey, and Tom Honner 1944
photograph of unknown shipmates - Tom Honner is pictured in the upper right
photograph of unknown shipmates - Tom Honner is pictured second from the left
photograph of Tom off Belfast, Northern Ireland 1944
image of Motor Machinist's Mate 2nd Class insignia
Place of entry into Savage service:  Charleston, SC 30 December, 1943. 

Place of separation from Savage service:  Charleston, SC 01 January, 1944.
Thomas F. Honner
photograph of William McKinley Honner (left) and Tom Honner the day before Tom entered the Coast Guard
Place of entry into service:  Cleveland, Ohio (active) 23 April, 1943.  
Place of separation from service:  Detroit, Michigan 07 May, 1946.
American Campaign medal
Asiatic-Pacific Area Campaign medal
European African Middle Eastern Area Campaign medal (with one battle star)
WWII Victory medal
Medals earned by Thomas F. Honner, MoMM2c during WW II
American Campaign

Qualifying criteria:
service outside the 
United States
in the 
American theater 
for 30 days or 
within the continental  
United States for 1 year.
Asiatic Pacific Campaign 

Qualifying criteria
service in the 
Asiatic - Pacific 
theater for 30 days or receipt of any combat decoration.  
Qualifying dates: 
07 December, 1941 - 
02 March, 1946.  
Medal was not awarded 
until 1947 when General Douglas MacArthur received the first one.
European African Middle Eastern Campaign  
(with one battle star)

Qualifying criteria:  
service in the 
European-African-Middle Eastern theater for 30 days or receipt of any combat decoration.  
Qualifying dates:  
07 December, 1941 - 
08 November, 1945.  
Medal was not awarded until 1947 when General Dwight David Eisenhower received the first one.
WWII Victory   

Qualifying criteria:
awarded for service in United States Armed Forces between 
1941 - 1946.
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