Andrew L Foreman (DE 633) - Naval Cruise Book

 - Class of 1945

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-QZP M w No more attacks occurred during the of the 27th of Marche 1 on the 28th, at 1425,-the Foreman r cuedNan American pilot from the sea,'whob survived a plane crash close-by an esc cruiserQ'In accordance with the custom.in vogue among'NhMy ships, the Foreman recei ice dream.for her crew from.the cruiser, tc' The 29th saw four enemy aircraft bein brought 'oo down with the Foreman's formatioH5 tho nonewdirectly attacked her. 'a The 30th was comparatiyely'peaceful, with only one air raid alert being sound The 31st of Mbrch was marked by the appr into the formation of one enemy aircraft. Other ships oyened fire, but the plane outside the range of the Foremanfs batter The remainder of the day'passed uneventf Q 'EW now, the Foreman had come to kn the f?3l-meaning of HFlash Red,H theafir Of WhlC5 she Lad experienced back in 1944, .-' 1 .Us an. 1 . 1 0 -5' lay A I , a ' J A I ,Q -if , -J .. l . ... 0 K' rw' .n' -X, 4-0 ,.-- 14 ., ev n 8 , A ',5. 0' 1 ' I I4 U .Q 4 3' . .. U. Q 9-"iw .a .g 'sas ,,, .'x 'no' J , tn. H ' o . A C 5. QQ ws.: , ff' .,'. . fag. .1. , . ' Im., Q . . hi ,lr , I 1 . I

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