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Barnett, Edward Mance, Sr., ADC USN(Ret).
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Date of Passing Aug 22, 1976
Location of Interment Fort Sam Houston National Cemetery - San Antonio, Texas
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BARNETT, EDWARD MANCE SR
ADJC US NAVY
DATE OF BIRTH: 12/28/1936
DATE OF DEATH: 08/22/1976
BURIED AT: SECTION AI SITE 440 ---http://gravelocator.cem.va.gov/j2ee/servlet/NGLMap?ID=701188
FT. SAM HOUSTON NATIONAL CEMETERY
1520 HARRY WURZBACH ROAD SAN ANTONIO, TX 78209
In its 53-year history, the Legendary Black Knights of HS-4 have amassed numerous awards and accolades.
HS-4 is a seven-time winner of the Battle Efficiency Award, seven-time winner of the Chief of Naval Operations Safety Award, five-time winner of the CAPT Arnold J. Isbell Award for ASW Excellence, and five-time winner of the Sikorsky Excellence in Maintenance Award.
Additionally, the squadron has been awarded the Arleigh Burke Fleet Trophy and the Silver Anchor for excellence in personnel programs.
With its current compliment of six helicopters, 24 officers and 211 enlisted personnel; the Black Knights are the most decorated Helicopter Anti-Submarine Squadron in history.