OFFICIAL LEGACY SITE: ENDORSED BY USS INDIANAPOLIS SURVIVORS, FAMILIES OF LOST AT SEA & RESCUE CREW MEMBERS
One Living Survivor
Harold Bray is the last living survivor of USS Indianapolis (CA-35). Click Here to read more about his story and the current effort to erect a statue in his hometown that will honor Harold and his shipmates from the final sailing crew.
Harold John Bray, Jr., Seaman 2C
The scholarship program is dedicated to the memory of Chuck Gwinn (1920-1993), the Navy pilot who first spotted the survivors of USS Indianapolis (CA-35) and initiated their miraculous rescue at sea.
The genesis of this college scholarship program began in 2002. Doug Stanton, author of In Harm’s Way, originated the idea and funded the initial USS Indianapolis Survivors Fund Scholarship Program to benefit family members of the ship’s crew and help preserve its historic legacy.
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