|Builder||Bath Iron Works, Bath, Maine|
U-boat attacks on Destroyer Cassin
|1||16 Oct 1917||U 61 (Victor Dieckmann)||Damaged||Torpedoed about 20 miles south of Mine Head||1|
|The sole casualty was Gunner’s Mate First Class Osmond Ingram, why was killed while attempting to release the destroyer’s depth charges before U 61’s torpedo struck home. Ingram was posthumously awarded the Medal of Honor for his action. The destroyer USS Osmond Ingram (DD-255) was named in his honor.|
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