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Significant dates for our ships and shipmates.
- September 2 - USS Truxtun
- September 3 - SS Athenia
- September 4 - Duncan Scott-Ford
- September 5 - USS Gregory, USS Little
- September 7 - PS Lady Elgin, USS Harry S. Truman
- September 8 - Honda Point Disaster, Jim Bagby, Jr., SS Morro Castle
- September 9 - MV Derbyshire, Richard Scott Prather
- September 10 - George H. O'Brien, Jr.
- September 11 - Harry McNish
- September 12 - During the Cuban blokade American patrol plane crashed into sea due to flyby over the Soviet cargo ship Leninskiy Komsomol. The pilot was not saved.
- September 12 - RMS Laconia, Charlie Keller
- September 13 - Johnny Craig
- September 14 - HMS Audacious
- September 15 - Ian Doric Glachan, USS Wasp
- September 16 - Peter Falk
- September 17 - HMS Courageous
- September 18 - Junyō Maru, Jack Warden
- September 18 - Since 18 of September 1962 American warships began to repeatedly ask about the nature of cargo on the Soviet transport ships due to Cuban blokade. Seems the Soviet ship SS Metallurg Baykov was the first ship which was asked about nature of cargo on 18 of September and the provocation of collision with this ship had place in the end of September, 1962.
- September 19 - Robin Wilson (author)
- September 20 - HMS Pegasus, John Young (naval officer)
- September 21 - Pamir
- September 22 - HMS Aboukir, HMS Cressy, HMS Hogue, USS Deperm
- September 25 - Eagle
- September 26 - MV Joola, Fleetwing, Ted Weems, Express Samina, Toya Maru
- September 27 - SS Stephen Hopkins, Ural Maru
- September 28 - MS Estonia
- Рогозин Александр. "СССР в строительстве ВМС Кубы.".