Updated at 4:52 p.m., Feb. 17, 2001
Meanwhile, the names of civilians board the Greeneville at the time of the submarine's collision were released by the Navy this afternoon. They are:
Jay and Carol Brehmer of Overland Park, Kan.;
Jack and Pat Clary of Stow, Mass.; Helen
Cullen of Houston, Texas; John M. and Leigh
Schnell Hall of Sealy, Texas; Mike Mitchell
of Irving, Texas; Mickey and Susan Nolan
of Honolulu; Anthony and Susan Schnur of
The Woodlands, Texas; Todd and Deanda Thoman
of Houston, Texas; and Ken and Catherine
Graham Wyatt of Golden, Colo.
Hall was one of two civilians who were at
the sub's controls when it ascended and struck
the Ehime Maru. The Navy has not identified
the other civilian who was at the sub's controls.
The group of civilians were on a community
relations trip on the submarine when the
By FL Morris, Star-Bulletin
At the Imin International Conference Center at the East-West
Center, Ryosuke Terada speaks during yesterday's news
conference. Seated next to him were Masumi Terada, his
wife, and Kenji Terada, his brother. Ryosuke Terada is
the father of Yusuke Terada, missing since the
Ehime Maru was sunk Feb. 9.
By Dennis Oda, Star-Bulletin
These are some of the civilians who were on board the
USS Greeneville at the time of its collision with the Ehime Maru.
The Star-Bulletin has filed a request with the government to release
the identities of all passengers on the cruise. The Navy has so far
refused. If you recognize any of these people, please call the
Star-Bulletin newsroom at (808) 525-8640 or email
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