George Mendonsa

During World War II, George Mendonsa served as a quartermaster in the South Pacific aboard the USS The Sullivans, a Navy destroyer named after the five Sullivan brothers who perished together when their ship the USS Juneau was hit by a second Japanese torpedo in the Guadalcanal Campaign.

During World War II, George Mendonsa served as a quartermaster in the South Pacific aboard the USS The Sullivans, a Navy destroyer named after the five Sullivan brothers who perished together when their ship the USS Juneau was hit by a second Japanese torpedo in the Guadalcanal Campaign.

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