Andrew L Foreman (DE 633) - Naval Cruise Book

 - Class of 1945

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-12-A 4 at. each. . Ea . , .4 E X mphe Lyte go The ship was ofaorca on escort duty to Hollohdia on Novombor 1, and proceeded with o her convqy, but enroute was recalled to Kosso1 ?f Passage, Palau Islands for replenishwent and " served E shore lr A , ' ' QT oT1 another escort mission for roiurn to Loyte 1,iingaSioI Gu1f. Rnrouto Palau, a definite underwater con- fticipatj tact was made, and an Smhour tracking ensued in o -o company with anoiher oscort. Several patternso ooo oBi of antiwsubnarine charges were loosed with no off oop oo- Y - o A . ' ' - ' . .A., observed results, , o o .ggo V Q ofor air . of . ,o o o o' - A ff some '2 From Palau, the Foreman returned to Leytel QA hOurS3 oGulf on Novcmber 70 On the morning of arriVQly'5S'the ras she Sighiod an enemy piano, but the friendly Qooa1arm C combi? Sir patrol Htally-hoedn, chased. ond' o,1fway5 ma o - , , o ' oo o .o o aign W A On the afternoon of 12 hovember, the crewo l1 p o OL the small destroyer observed suicide air u E 4- , .r 'W' b , Q , K K -X 3htPCkS OH CEC LQ? ana a merchant vessel in 'ow, their C th-:f'Soe1I1 o Pfydrco 3715037 ,o The Foreman pesnea fire flaw ty oo on omomy plane, but a fricndly P,3g'Shot Lo24o,thigonB 'ooo the attacker down. o ' W 9' :ul ' A N X' .A A 5 ." - ,Q A On'ph9.14t? of Ebvcmber, ghg gbggrvgdbj . ymvwith at enemy p1HBCS Sk0t down durjnw gp Sgr raid' o6WaS WCf . i,. 0 ii, M V . Q ' .. J, 'E WoooowooopyewWWwfofffQf-.fMgM oo wfFf'Q4W

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r , Q, . iff fte'fiffe"'ff"f' i . .A on 1, tra Lilsuggthiof ' .. R WC ' '35 reliev mal 1 , ed f 2 duti: william S Ofc . . 5. of the new cgmmai 7.7 ISIHIIGS on fl 562, with Z' to Sifdfley, f i ill hands. p thi! VEI'y 3 at the "Parisi is enjoyed theif s Ly port" since :its before. i wsmly vrelcbmedi "5 Cressf' the 515251 'Manly' B955 :hc men as they n 'J 4 Yerth 2 in PM departed I complement? hz R D F e i ' iiliigf ' " M A . ff, Y, ,lx I r --1l- A f ' gg i I no pRetu.rnirig tothe Treesury Islands, the J - x 3 Foreman reee.iw.rerl orders to report to Humboldt 5 n 4 s J 1 4 I Bay, HolTs.sr1e.i.2.5, 'vviuerice she dewgr-ted on October ,F 25,-'ilf9i+lL,' SQTCWDQ JDO Gulf, to take part in tizird and in the liberation of Q the Phiilippine ,Ixs3.spnd.se V' i 1 ' siflwlqefmi-nJ,.hf31e1-eigADD5. g3iQgl1pai.gn i 1-..rf'1v:i5.i1gj? at Leyte Gulf' on the morning of October the iF'o::'emer1 was immediistely to 5 learn. etlfael rugged el1s,re.tter of the campaign i upoii which 'she had 6ji11bEl3.1i'iiGdo, 1 ' i I For that 'very Il'LOl"li1i,?f1g she went to General -Qusrte-rs twioeo of alerts, and f battle tieris maimed three times in the 4 afterrier.-.img The Foreruen' s crew witriessedj their p 'f sttsek, then the newest pon the enemy was employing its des- perete strugglle to retain itsehold in the for-22 II1GI'JAii1Ql"iCE3.!'l territoryo e ig , t eA f Meng of these suicide attempts were ob- e- Served er1dEs.A fire 'Warts common sight in ' ,qi Leyee-self., ,en thetmoming of oeuober 31st, e the 'ships again went to General Quarters, and her crewwere -st their Battle Stations at of the day and night, remaining from? minutes to 3 hours at eaoha i, X I . , Q r K :J :gl -' . - , 9-...nova-af' -"f"4""2 . ".. - J- ' . , f.,,, . .. "-:af r H.,-ff.. ma ' "ggi:-n yrs :""f"""'3""5 . jf, -. ,. K , ' "A, - 1.-A-Lf-w.:...y ' ,, vkf Q,-,,,,: V -- or bg- V ale... - . -- --we ,li-,.p.4 " 1, L, -ff



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