Andrew L Foreman (DE 633) - Naval Cruise Book

 - Class of 1945

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C 0 U f r A ,Q 'N rf' I r ' ' ll' f I a ffggiffi F . aff' gas The East China Sea Ex edition The 29th of June saw'the Foreman assigned new duty No.more ping line once more shewwas to travel with the Uheav1es,U thas time on for aye into the East China Sea, for air strikes againstfthe China Coast, and to provide air wat rs. Now she Wes in Task Force 32, still under the over-271 ccmmand of Admiral Halsey's mighty Thi rr. Fle et Reporting to her new duty on 3 July, the plucky little IE was diverted temporarily on an e cert mis ion, accompanying a heavy crui sei to Lejte Gulf, and returning six days later with another heavy cruiser, which w Joining the Naval force On the 9th, she regolned her unit, and cruised with it in the East China Sea until the llth, when she returned to Buckner Bay CNakagusuku Wahl, for rep nishment and for mall for the fighting force. On the 13th she agair rejoined her T ask Group On the lhth of July, the Foreman went to Battle Stations when an unidentified aircraft approached the formation, at 5 miles distance. Aircraft . I I .- I 4-1 K - ' 0 o 1 b A C':'.' I" ' Q f I I i ' -..,,s.. :ss . I it a" ' , , X Q Ld WJX. ' . '-arf. s , .2 . . 1 5 X ' e ' u f V , K' 'M I .- 1 V -' ' A kai, In , o K V ' , V E, . .A K uP.. 'A 1 f A . . 1 Q' 4 std' . h ' I r l 4 . szmg L.. . . ' V' 1 I. Q. Q .1 V A 2 ' M ' ' . ' P660 - 'V 'N . ' "' U:-.9 , e ,X ' ' ' . ,U 0 e sires' cover for minesweeping operations in China Sea .I -his A 2 ' 2 d t . 4, . V I V . Q s ' iz it-., . IQ, ' ' X MN ,c ' . " . N g , r-c - X : . :suv - ' Q I I ' u- 7,1 'h ' 0 A - 4 A o -9 A... l t fu Ca X - , ' U 4 p., , I . nb .fy 5 . 3 1 Q . f -.s ' :.'a"" H "' ' Y K A Ki 1" fn u ' 9""" 'I A. 0 s Q ' :,.... +L, ' 7 - , A f 3.5 .. -0- -L' a 0 br n 'M A A . T-1 If i r ' Al-'sxfli , ' ' ' L K' . Sl" - . ',d oy? ov 0 ' h - er s u 9 Y ' 0 ,,s.fl' V V - ' '-' :xi V X +G ifci r o ..,. ' l ' 1 ' s i- .. A , 0 v sk l"' . V -'..' ., , Q i ' ' ' ., . '. .t yi , 4 , i h

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1 T J" Y t . Q V1 ...uw :Sn ,,-g.,.7.g,, 3' ,- -,Ji-3 L '. J 1 .55 A -A . M- , V' ' '- -3Q- l r of June. At C923, shortly after an unevent- ful General Quarters call, an enemy aircraft was picked up at a distance of 15 miles. The enemy was visually sighted as a new Japanese fighter, Zeke. As it closed toe5 miles, an accompanying destroyer opened fire. At 0931 the Foreman opened fire with full batteries, as the aircraft circled down the port side and attempted a sternmon suicide dive. As the enemy came in on a leweglide attack, o Gomdr, Carey maneuveured his ship to keep c the plane on its beam, and both she and i the accompanying destroyer laid down a t d heavy sheet of antimaircraft fire. The Zeke was headed directly for the bridge super- structure and at a distance ofaaboutN1OQ ' yards, When'antieaircraft fire from the Feremanvset it afire and it Swerved up f?0Q,ebOut 75 foot altitude and crashed n lclQSGQGhQHQ Of the accompanying destroyer. Q ..,' y .V I, " X . 1 Q 1, L The much-embattled little escort cTf?Uf?fft?Q Kerama'Retto harbor for ke?-reg. Jnlar malnaanance overhaul shortly after, l gales as usual continued, but by dow, rou- 51QQ'dD02fd une staunch little fighter was little disfufbed by the uhecklersn. The .pgew'was Surprised when they did not.come'



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5- -432 ,M .,,,,, , . - 2.1! - , chgsed the UbogeyU qWqy4e 0H,?hC,l5Qbg,inQhGQ seas, she refueled once mCre'from.an escorted battleship, whileQl5O miles off Shanghai on 5hefChina Coast. so e E o ' ' eefTheeTesk Group returned to Buckner Bay ' 4 on the 17th to yeeeive word of an-approachinge typhoong It gui underway immediately to ridei out the storm, and to spend three rough, roll- sing days at seag o e e f eRe-entering Buckner Bay on the+2lst, the X Task Groupowas soog,ordered out once again on eGhinaSee'operetions,,and when on the 23rd of July, enemy aircraft dared approach this ' strong supplementary unit of the Third Fleet, it was shot downfei e distance Qi 13 miles by' fighterplanes from the group'searriers,f i Forrits entireoperationsg this group swept from one end of the China Sea to another, at times approaching close fo Shanghai, and after an air raid alert on the 25th, duringiwhich ' enemy aircraft approached to 19 miles, was un- molested by the alreedy dempralized and defeats Gd'5QP3HGSG Sir Corps, sOperations in the East China Sea conxinuedfrom the25th . ' - g l V A ," ' .v -.A I ',

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