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  US Naval Ships Sunk In Action
USS Thompson (DMS-38) minor damage in the vicinity of the bridge after an air burst and near misses from a shore battery at Songjin, North Korea, 13 casualties, 20 August 1952.
USS James E. Kyes (DD-787) slight damage from 1 hit after receiving 60 rounds of 155 mm at a range of 8,000-12,000 yards from a shore battery near Wonsan, North Korea, 9 casualties, 19 April 1953.
USS Gurke (DD-783) slight damage from 2 hits and shrapnel from 5 near misses after receiving 150 rounds of 76-90 mm, at 6,000 to 11,000 yards, near Songjin, North Korea, 3 casualties, 25 June 1953.
www.korean-war.com /USNavy/usnavyshipssunk.html   (2247 words)

  
 USS Breese
Breese was redesignated a light minelayer (DM-18) on 5 January 1931.
On 7 December 1941 Breese was anchored at
Breese operated in the Central Pacific from 7 December 1941 until 10 October 1944.
www.destroyers.org /DANFS/h-dd-122.htm   (579 words)

  
 USS Abbot (DD-184) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The first USS Abbot (DD-184) was a Wickes-class destroyer in the service of the United States Navy until traded to Britain at the beginning of World War II.
She served in the Royal Navy as HMS Charlestown (I-21), a Town class destroyer.
Renamed HMS Charlestown, the destroyer was assigned to the 17th Destroyer Division and arrived at Belfast, Ireland on 8 October.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/USS_Abbot_(DD-184)   (335 words)

  
 USS Cole (DD-155) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
USS Cole (DD-155) alongside USS Langley (CV-1), the US Navy's first aircraft carrier.
The first USS Cole (DD-155) was a Wickes-class destroyer in the United States Navy during World War II, later reclassified as AG-116.
From 3 February to 14 August 1934, the ship was again reduced to the rotating reserve squadron.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/USS_Cole_(DD-155)   (661 words)

  
 USS Breese (DD-122)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
The first USS Breese (DD—122) was a Wickes class destroyer in the United States Navy during the World War I, and later redesignated, DM-18 in World War II.
Breese was launched 11 May 1918 by Newport News Shipbuilding and Dry Dock Company, Newport News, Virginia; sponsored by Mrs.
On 7 December 1941 Breese was anchored at Pearl Harbor and by 0767 she opened with her machine guns at close range on the attacking Japanese planes.
www.worldhistory.com /wiki/U/USS-Breese-(DD-122).htm   (611 words)

  
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USS Enterprise (CV-6) is damaged by a suicide bomber and the heavy cruiser USS Chester (CA-27) is damaged by a dive bomber, both during the Marshall-Gilberts raid.
USS Pigeon (ASR-9) are sunk by Japanese horizontal bombers in the hilippines.
tugs USS Genesee (ATO-55) and USS Vaga (YT-116) are scuttled in the Philippines.
www.america-at-war.net /wwii1942.html   (6551 words)

  
 USS Sigourney (DD-81)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
The first USS Sigourney (DD–81) was a Wickes class destroyer in the United States Navy during the World War I.
During most of her convoys, Sigourney was the flagship of the screen commander but did not herself have any confirmed submarine contacts.
After the armistice on 11 November, she performed miscellaneous duties in European waters, including service in early December as flagship of the four-destroyer screen that escorted USS George Washington on the middle part of that transport's voyage to carry President Woodrow Wilson from the United States to France for the Versailles Peace Conference.
www.toshare.info /en/USS_Sigourney_(DD-81).htm   (396 words)

  
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 Breese DD- 122
Gilbert McHvaine, daughter of Captain Breese; and commissioned 23 October 1918, Lieutenant J. Smith in command.
She reported to Commander, Cruiser Force, Atlantic Fleet and cruised for several days as a convoy escort at the close of World War I. Returning to Norfolk, she was assigned to Division 12, Destroyer Force Atlantic Fleet, and served in Cuban waters during the spring of 1019.
1945 Breese swept mines in the East China Sea and Kyushu-Korean area.
www.multied.com /navy/destroyer/Breesedd122.html   (499 words)

  
 On This Day - May - Historical Events This Month   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
On This Day In 1918 The American destroyer USS Breese (DD-122) was launched.
USS Breese received ten battle stars for her World War II service.
USS Stansbury was awarded three battle stars during World War II.
www.geocities.com /onthisday2000/may.htm   (17877 words)

  
 Breese-Illinois   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
Breese was presented the ASPET Award in Experimental Therapeutics at the...www.med.unc.edu/alcohol/faculty/BreeseGR/Breese.htm - 24k - Cached - Similar pages George R. Breese, Ph.D.- Recent Publications...
Dave Breese was to become a warrior for Christ, a servant in God’s army.
USS Breese (DD-122), USS Badger (DD-126) and USS Montgomery (DD-121).
illinois.gigabusca.com /cities/breese-illinois.html   (1986 words)

  
 What ship is this? - Scale Models   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
On page 36 of _Fletcher DDs in Action_ there is a photo of the USS William D. Porter's crew being rescued after she was struck by a kamikaze.
The ship doing the rescuing is not identified, but it is obviously smaller than the Porter, with an odd looking high bridge.
> On page 36 of _Fletcher DDs in Action_ there is a photo of the USS > William D. Porter's crew being rescued after she was struck by a > kamikaze.
www.hobbytalk.org /What_ship_is_this-1755762-303-a.html   (807 words)

  
 USS OAKLAND HISTORY 1941-42
07/15 The KEEL of USS OAKLAND CL-95 was laid on the ways of Bethlehem Steel Company, San Francisco, California.
United States naval vessels damaged: Heavy cruiser SAN FRANCISCO (CA-38) and destroyer BREESE (DD-122), by collision, New Hebrides area, 15 d.
17' E. 10/23 The USS OAKLAND CL-95 was LAUNCHED, sponsored by Dr. Aurelia H. Reinhardt, President of Mills College, Oakland, California.
www.rtcol.com /~weshortz/history/hist4142.htm   (3421 words)

  
 USS BREESE (DM 18)
Fate Sold May 16 1946 and broken up for scrap.
Breese (DD-122) was launched 11 May 1918 by Newport News Shipbuilding and Dry Dock Co., Newport News, Va.; sponsored by Mrs.
On 7 December 1941 Breese was anchored at Pearl Harbor and by 0767 she opened up with her machine guns at close range on the attacking Japanese planes.
www.ddg55.com /docs/dm18.htm   (580 words)

  
 Case 1
Ship histories present the events of the day from the perspective of the naval vessels themselves, a wider view than could be seen by the individual officers.
It focuses on the battleships USS West Virginia, USS Oklahoma and the USS Tennessee, the cruiser USS Louisville, the destroyers USS Preble and USS Zane, the minesweeper USS Breese, and the men who served on them.
Letters and documents reveal the impact of the attack on the families of the men and their own personal losses of property.
digital.lib.ecu.edu /special/pearlharbor/ph/case1.html   (351 words)

  
 Browse
Historical Sketch of USS Breese (DD-122 & DM-18)
" USS Maryland and capsized USS Oklahoma "
USS Downes off the Norfolk Navy Yard (DD-375)
digital.lib.ecu.edu /special/pearlharbor/browse.html   (411 words)

  
 SS
USS Stephen W. Groves FFG 29 c only
USS San Antonio LPD 17 4 29 05
Palang D-9 ex US DD 780 c only
www.atlanticfleetsales.com /catalog-negatives.html   (449 words)

  
 USS Oakland CL-95 History WWII 1941-1942
KEEL of USS OAKLAND CL-95 was laid on the ways of Bethlehem Steel Company, San Francisco, California.
States Destroyers PERKINS (DD-377) and WALKE (DD- 416).
FRANCISCO (CA-38) and destroyer BREESE (DD-122), by collision, New
www.rtcol.com /~oakland/hist4142.html   (2397 words)

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