Medal of Honor Recipients serving aboard the U.S.S Iowa during the January 25, 1905, incident:

 

Fireman 1st Class Frederick Behne
Born October 3, 1873, in Lodi, New Jersey
Date of death unknown
Medal of Honor Citation: On board the U.S.S. Iowa, January 25, 1905. Following the blowing out of the manhole plate of boiler D of that vessel, Behne displayed extraordinary heroism in the resulting action.


Seaman 1st Class Heinrich Behnke
Born April 10, 1882, in Germany
Died in the Bronx, New York
Medal of Honor Citation: While serving aboard the U.S.S. Iowa, Behnke displayed extraordinary heroism at the time of the blowing out of the manhole plate of boiler D on board that vessel, 25 January 1905.


Watertender Patrick Bresnahan
U.S. Navy
Born May 1, 1872, in Peabody, Massachusetts
Died January 29, 1940
Medal of Honor Citation: Serving on board the U.S.S. Iowa for extraordinary heroism at the time of the blowing out of the manhole plate of boiler D on board that vessel, 25 January 1905.


Fireman 1st Class DeMetri Corahorgi

U.S. Navy
Born in 1883 in Greece (some sources list Austria)
Died in October 1973
Medal of Honor Citation: Serving on board the U.S.S. Iowa for extraordinary heroism at the time of the blowing out of the manhole plate of boiler D on board that vessel, 25 January 1925


Boilermaker Edward Floyd
U.S. Navy
Born February 21, 1850, in Ireland
Died January 16, 1923, in South Carolina
Medal of Honor Citation: Serving on board the U.S.S. Iowa, for extraordinary heroism at the time of the blowing out of the manhole plate of boiler D on board that vessel, 25 January 1905.


Chief Watertender Johannes J. Johannessen
Born May 13, 1872, in Bodo, Norway
Died November 14, 1915
Medal of Honor Citation: Serving on board the U.S.S. Iowa, for extraordinary heroism at the time of the blowing out of the manhole plate on boiler D on board that vessel, 25 January 1905.