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withoudz yeteefirirlge 3 shot at the enemy,
' ' s moreofhegrbosrswknew the ec,ut of the QlgG0ry. 1
Fgpemanf S bow ,Qs sheenext visited the oakde 3
island of Tullzgi, and ended-hers,Aopr'il tra, e attack,
in what her crew des ribes as the Hmost'bqHed ne!
tifulo SouthoSes.s island of them all,"e the' 'OI-ema,
ygreen endsovordent Russelsls. '
' fn Ma 191+l+, 'Che +raversin little DE o M 01
ed Jghe Admiralgies , ere' f
in the Bismark Arohlpelagof, the Treasuryoosf ggeen 51
in the north Solomons group, and began a s s o
plfiase- nfekher operations with her arrivzils j so DL
Sl1d,9S'bg'f'B'lif18. Point, in rough New Guinea. . -
5. - , on . , 15 OPC? ll'
s , A N f s , ,'4 Q reasur
s General Ma.cArthur1 s New Gumnee, campaJ, ew Bri
was Ajust at 55135 height, A'E'iI1d., aso'ap :pa.1't of QQ GFGGA 3
AC1IfLiI'Etlv 'KiI1C8.idi3S Seventh Fleet , the DE 6 5 oujnd 'k
was to emerge from the cm1pe.ign a 1'I1L1Ch'I116, "n
seasoned vessel. 4 o s fif oa Choi
5 o e s s 61995 C
She smad.e.mz1ny escort zi:,rips along thfilgg f ZMOHC
therne New oGu1nea coast from Bona to eHool1aj -sz. for
and renchorei-many times et Cape Cretin, Qeptemt
Hun1bolfit bay, and at Bane itself. ' if '
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upsn day, it
3-5ti0!lS of the?
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frival in the
'O the New
ianto was f
ity with the 3
the first n
atcrs. They n
of the E
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I' 1-:Peng , .
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without lossof or damage to her- escorted ship,
The month of March for the most part was
spent by the escort on the nowhfamous Nmilk-
rcun'l,.b,etween the various Solomons area and
New Hebrides harborso
A It was while on these escort runs that the
Foreman, on Ma.r'cfn 6, received her fi:cst"Flash
Redu alert, the real.meaning of which she was
if '4 'Wei
to learn laters, ' -
.9 -,qi Ha ' Q V' ' ' ,
a Onf- the 25th of March, she was placed in
, , , C as
her flrst lnvaslon convoy, and proceeded to . a
Emirau Island, in the St, Mathias group, where,
American forces occupied the tiny coral atoll.
t Departing Eminem, the Foreman completed ly
minor tasks, and egrlvcd at a new harbor, Pur-
. - . , ' 4 .3 1,9 D 5 - I
vis Bay ln the Flcrina lslandss -+
Crew mem':.ne::'s still talk of the night they
watched motion pictures on the fantaj.l,'while
at distance of tnree mi'.i.es,"gun duels raged
between Japanese in the hills , and American 1
forces one the beacnneads aloof Bou5ainvj.lles Al-
reagiyca the Crew gf DE 633 were used to action l
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ss' ' s - l
i on May 20 she got underway from Hollandia
E enemy. ia part of an invasion for-ce headed due west in-
nut to what was then strongly-held Japanese- terrif-
gd tif Fheitory. The invasion force struck at Toem, near
Q mleyfaicde Island on the next day, Wakde ,WGS also
,Apiil tralattacked. During this period, airraids occur-
nellmgsihbfiifed near-by, but did not directly involve the
U. , gt
5FOI'GI Ui Ig' r 4 , Y V A
little DE!f 0n,26Mayshe izeturned to Langemak, and
ics, Greenliigherewsighted the first hospital ship she had
TFC3SUl'Y15seen in ,South Pacific waters.
1 began a HI' i
P amlvalzl During July, the Foreman operated once
' more in the Solomons area, escorting tothe
.Treasury Islands , to Ehirau, to Hanover, to'
isa campa19NGW Britain and New Ireland, to Menus, to
fl Part of :Green Island, and on the list of September,
, the DE 63fOllD.d. herself once more in Blanche Harbor ,
a much movin the Treasuries, Short, uneventful trips
to Choiseult Island ,'toQthe southeastern ,
,capes of New Guinea, and back to the area
,long therlfof Mono Island comprised ner early' Soptems-
L to Hollfwher forays, She sank her first mme on 15 t
Cretin, in1SsGptemb er, i , , i' i
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