Andrew L Foreman (DE 633) - Naval Cruise Book

 - Class of 1945

Page 36 of 68

 

Andrew L Foreman (DE 633) - Naval Cruise Book online yearbook collection, 1945 Edition, Page 36 of 68
Page 36 of 68



Andrew L Foreman (DE 633) - Naval Cruise Book online yearbook collection, 1945 Edition, Page 35
Previous Page

Andrew L Foreman (DE 633) - Naval Cruise Book online yearbook collection, 1945 Edition, Page 37
Next Page

Search for Classmates, Friends, and Family in one
of the Largest Collections of Online Yearbooks!



Your membership with E-Yearbook.com provides these benefits:
  • Instant Access to Millions of Yearbook Pictures
  • High-Resolution, Full Color Images Available Online
  • Search, Browse, Read, and Print Yearbook Pages
  • View College, High School, and Military Yearbooks
  • Browse our digital annual library spanning centuries
  • Support the Schools in our Program by Subscribing

Page 36 text:

l -26- ' X . . I ' ' 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 -with gear in scattered chaos, The No. l fire 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- ment. 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, ,.:- 4 4 0 .-- ,J-' ,. ,, ' I .40 f5' . fl A' I ,- F f .vpvs I' . I c f i 9 ' ' , v v , Q, i .1 ' , . has , ' , 'Q , I - A J. ' 4 l - , . -- ,. u N1 - A , . 7 , I r , V -. V 1 - , +: A . , 1 I u 'Q 0 , '- ' ' A H' . - 1 1 . , f j,,... 4 . lt ' . 1 . L' . a I of' .A N ...Q , .. in ' P I o V 1 ' ' - 0- A ff -' . ,.1.5, ro l 1 V . . f I L , c l 1 ,Nags . .. I,l.4.1,. . , V , ' 5 , . ' 4 V - -.. , Q Y 1 I A 1 V - V if A . .V . . . -. . . . . 1 , . , I x - '.. sv ' eo - A-'e , . Hs... . . . . . . - V . A N ' I. nun. X ,' " U ., C - .' . 3 ' . . . 0 cf. Q ' , -, U A-a o W i. . . ., . . . W . C T L , ' . V' Q' Q - ' X ' fi' A- f

Page 35 text:

: 3-33,55 h Qrec gf th salutes jcjrive fi MSE' "Liam: 3115 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. 'V 4. Gif-"f "!'7l-fQfgf f2 ' ' L4-T . f-.-.Mass-si' '-"J K 4-K' -M i ,Lf .... ..,J7,,F',N -5: H.-,:.,.5Q,5,VUw--W-L :,f,1L'. .AH .' , ' Q - r .ifdf-'lt-1.-.4 3 4 , 2.1! as i . - Viv. iii, YV-'. ' . ?Q'f '5'?5-I ' ' . "'-"TA ' . , .,. x V on , l Q If ' " - ' 2 . , lvl mm., ,,, 3: , . . if 5 . Q na: L E i S - f + - r .A an 7 . A qw- ' , - , - T ,f ., , V 1' 519- " , X V 4,17-v!'L:Qf . --: , ' Q , U t , 1 129161-kf if ' . l: V f 0 0 N . .- ' 1 "f'f'5-'- E 7 - if' f , . , ' "" ,, A , .,,f,,f,,mf . , , 5- - e 1 'GY ' T L' V ' ' A11 ' -'i's.f1fr1. , e xe., I ' i i ' v ra -K V, : la up ' A .. V lkbr 4 . Z I, Ft- iz ...,., Y V . gk W. uf ,. - , i- 4 ' A 'falaiaff Q .Lf f ' - , N N , ' U ,. . ' U ' I 1 K ' ' X' - I . .Y ll A ' H .f ' ' - , . ' -1' Q . , ,U . -1 VJ- ,S . -- . ' " , ,- . - ' 5-4-Lf . - 5 I ' T. ' ' I '---?6X1i3f5'l'1 . ' , 3:1 , o . A X ' " - 4' 'ff- fwji , ' ' Y . ' ,.., ,IL n H L - I . ,a ' - , V Ji' 'f i M ' X' ' , , ' 5' I ' , . .v ' - Y p 1 ,The Events of A.EI'i1. 2' p i pp ffgzcsfmw if r ' beenfassignedeean'cfanntoivas:u3:miai:i:ne h fm' added? patr:ol1in5iistz.cntion around theccentrancefrfizo a 1 " the Transport ,Anchorage of Kerala Rietteay on i the decks 5. JCCI' .UI . ri' gg .- s were A acces sf ul, . mf. raids- Z-'f 1. .xt wich Lf Q rgntiy 150' They wereg, 4 ,, ff' '.' , sh ortly' C". fi' -4., 3' v.,, Lp' an 2 , -1 ,h , 'S A. 4 ' 1 5... I , -I' 'ii aw- .W the raping line" , now known among Navy men asf "Bagey Highway". ip The Foreman toaok sta- as tion was proceeding on duty,hwhen at 0100 on the morning of April 3rd, she pre- N ceived word of eneriiy air raids in theavi- ' cinity. r At 0115, anti-fasircraft fire was observed over the Kerama Retto areal. At, 0119, a .singike-:engined aircraft was oh- 'servedpassing 'north 1 mile .distant from r bf. '.'m'l6.Q.FQI'GIZl8.IlL: As it passed to the nstar- a board, it suddenly swerved.,and attacked athe foreman on her blow. - .a p ' ii - Sh... opened fire, and the aircraft 5- passed over herfdropping a 500-pound a bomb, and disappeared into their night. ' s, The bomb penetrated her mid-ships area, c r ' 'R .aff ' ' --. , ,. 1 . - - , ffl: A 1 In ' -1-,..,,,,,.:g,1:i5..gQ'f..L21-"H", f 1.3 .deff-.ag-..:, 1: 4 ,af ' " Z A -f Q M-2 .s- I is . A N. fer- .-:c, as -- a



Page 37 text:

,,, --- +V.. ,l-e-- , A :S PFW' -,' - .gm ..,,........- , ,. . , ,H -..YY, Y V ,..---,,.,a3.:,...esr.,-. 3 -Q79 A M 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 the d untless DE to Lfuuw lor assess cnwoure Je order O t 1+h n 1 kdrl fo1C begun The remslnder of the month of Ao 11 was thus OCCUplCd, whlle the crem re p r cod and caught up'Wlth lts many hours of lost sleep, Permanent repalrs were completed on the S lhth of M,y, end the Foreman remelnod for rest and recreation of her crew at Ullthl, swaltlng orders N Q , ', f - . . . ' ' g ' - 30 qu I ,n I ' 1 O A 4' Q' , Q' " 4 A, A. . X ' V- I X T YJ H l . . . A ' V ' S n e l Q, , L , , 1 E . - ' 1 - 4, . i if ' I' V rx C - 1 A -I. ' A if 11 x rw J. 5.4. 'J ' v 1 s ,X Y Y W I I ig' - H . - f. v. N' ' w ,. . ' ' 1 'f' . -- I n - .A it ' ' . A , ,N . . V , . . l n ' Q n ' c - , -V - . . AV! Q Q I , Q O 59 . 1 ' ' . ' - , - y ' . . 4 - or G . f - ,4 -f.- .- A' U CJ. ' ' I "1 .' -A f' 1. ' J L is A '7 ' 7 f ,, . , V' at i ' ' ' rw A 3 U qv- A 1 1-I I 2' , Q ' .-, J 'f' O "" 5 5 9 ' . . -1 -u Q 0 ' 3. f , 1 -. . TT 5 'Z ,re e e o e lJ,Q e owne.- O : 3 I - h' Y' QQ.,-V! 4V ,A -1C,. ,-.,, 1 V Cf' - , 5 ' 'J 'V M F L 13 , 4 f V.. . tl Z ' 'I ' 57 ' W " ' - ' 5 9 s - ,L -, I . 1 we M u nv' cu e s J , , nd? ' - - r s Q, t 1 r he 1 s ty E ' ,I 3 A Q .- T 1 T3 1 . A I n ., L 1 . v Ei f. ' V ., ' , . u- 5 l 3 f U 'e e - I U I , ' Q ' X 4 n?,s 1 .-,,..,,..........C I W F",,,,..,,v.,.,--"' Q , Y -s. - h. f --use -f- v,.f

Suggestions in the Andrew L Foreman (DE 633) - Naval Cruise Book collection:

Andrew L Foreman (DE 633) - Naval Cruise Book online yearbook collection, 2005 Edition, Page 1

2005

Andrew L Foreman (DE 633) - Naval Cruise Book online yearbook collection, 1945 Edition, Page 40

1945, pg 40

Andrew L Foreman (DE 633) - Naval Cruise Book online yearbook collection, 1945 Edition, Page 24

1945, pg 24

Andrew L Foreman (DE 633) - Naval Cruise Book online yearbook collection, 1945 Edition, Page 31

1945, pg 31

Andrew L Foreman (DE 633) - Naval Cruise Book online yearbook collection, 1945 Edition, Page 35

1945, pg 35

Andrew L Foreman (DE 633) - Naval Cruise Book online yearbook collection, 1945 Edition, Page 8

1945, pg 8

1985 Edition, online yearbooks, online annuals 1970 Edition, online yearbooks, online annuals 1972 Edition, online yearbooks, online annuals 1965 Edition, online yearbooks, online annuals 1983 Edition, online yearbooks, online annuals 1983 Edition, online yearbooks, online annuals
FIND FRIENDS AND CLASMATES GENEALOGY ARCHIVE REUNION PLANNING
Are you trying to find old school friends, old classmates, fellow servicemen or shipmates? Do you want to see past girlfriends or boyfriends? Relive homecoming, prom, graduation, and other moments on campus captured in yearbook pictures. Revisit your fraternity or sorority and see familiar places. See members of old school clubs and relive old times. Start your search today! Looking for old family members and relatives? Do you want to find pictures of parents or grandparents when they were in school? Want to find out what hairstyle was popular in the 1920s? E-Yearbook.com has a wealth of genealogy information spanning over a century for many schools with full text search. Use our online Genealogy Resource to uncover history quickly! Are you planning a reunion and need assistance? E-Yearbook.com can help you with scanning and providing access to yearbook images for promotional materials and activities. We can provide you with an electronic version of your yearbook that can assist you with reunion planning. E-Yearbook.com will also publish the yearbook images online for people to share and enjoy.