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went thfougo the No. l fireroom, through No.
l boiler, through her hull, and exploded 30
feet beneath the ship. a e ,
l The shlp was violently Jarred, men were
thrown to the deck, compartments were filledf
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room.flooded to the waterline, and the Fore
amanrs engines were put out of QOmmlSSlOH,
caualng total loss of light and power forward.
Repalr p3Ftl6S lmmedlately oegan.LQ pumpa
the flf6TOOmS, and te rig emergency power, at
O13h5 llght and power were restored, and the
shlp was able to proceed at 10 knots. ft 0212
ethe ship was ordered to enter Kerama Retto
harbor, and finally arrived at 0415. The re
mainder o?gthe day was spent undergolng emer
gency repairs. Two SGFlOUS,C3Su3lt1SS and I
three.minor ones were transferred for treat-
Deservlng of pralse for thelr conduct
durlng the emergency wene Raymond Anllker,
Water tender on watch lH No l flrenoom, and
Richard L ,Jaoobsen5 1D9Ch3Tg6 Repair Party
N0 o3, bOth+Of Whom dlsplayed unusual calm
ness and who a1ded miterlallj ln the Shlpls
early recovery from her chaos,
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The Foreman retired again an the night of
April 1, and remained off Keraitaa Retrbo, on ,che
alert for air raids. kNone occurraa,
Enemy aircraft frequented the area through
out April 2 , and the Foreman weak to General
Quarters many times.
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Throughout the 3rd, nth, Sth, and the 655
of April, slr ralds were frequent, and bahfle
statlons became more famlller to the crew of
mweQHThs Fighting Foremann than their'bunksgrEmer
lwggency repalrs were completed on the oth of
jmgApril, and as the little shipgaweited her or
Qders to return to the rear ares for nermenent
repairs, slr raids became Hoi tuffu to her
Wugcrewf On the 7th at O3AQ,.she went to battle
stations, and remained in an alerted COHdltlQH
pmffor three hours, On the 7th5 also, she flfGd
won an enemy plane wlth no observed results. On
tm the 8th, flghter planes of the enemy increased
Qmutheir reld intenslty and word of sulcide
xattenpts were rece1ved'w1tn regularlty.
On the 9th of Aprzl,
mm?received orders to return
'Qment of ds.mage,s'but while
pied srrss on to Ullthlg Sh tsrr
April 17th, end permanent
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The remslnder of the month of Ao 11 was thus
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caught up'Wlth lts many hours of lost sleep,
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lhth of M,y, end the Foreman remelnod for
rest and recreation of her crew at Ullthl,
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