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  USS Chew (DD-106)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-02)
USS Chew (DD-106) was a Wickes-class destroyer in the United States Navy during World War I and World War II.
Chew sailed for the east coast on 21 December 1918, arriving at Newport 10 January 1919.
Chew conducted patrols and had training duty from her home port until the outbreak of hostilities.
www.worldhistory.com /wiki/U/USS-Chew-(DD-106).htm   (418 words)

  
 Samuel Chew (1750-1778)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-02)
Born in Virginia, Chew, a resident of Connecticut, was appointed by the Marine Committee 17 June 1777 to command the Continental brigantine Resistance with which he had much success against British commerce.
In the hand-to-hand struggle which ensued, Captain Chew, fighting gallantly, was killed but his ship managed to break off the battle with its superior opponent and return safely to Boston.
USS Chew (DD-106) was named in his honor.
www.worldhistory.com /wiki/S/Samuel-Chew-(1750-1778).htm   (181 words)

  
 USN Ships--USS Ward (DD-139, later APD-16)
USS Ward, a 1247-ton Wickes class destroyer, was built at the Mare Island Navy Yard, California.
Under the pressure of urgent First World War needs for destroyers, her construction was pushed rapidly from keel-laying on 15 May 1918 to launching on 1 June and commissioning on 24 July 1918.
USS Ward was named in honor of Commander James H. Ward, USN, (1806-1861), the first U.S. Navy officer to be killed in action during the Civil War.
www.history.navy.mil /photos/sh-usn/usnsh-w/dd139.htm   (1051 words)

  
 Chew dd 106
Born in Virginia about 1750 Samuel Chew, a resident of Connecticut, was appointed by the Marine Committee 17 June 1777 to command the Continental Brigantine Resistance with which he had much success against British commerce.
Chew (DD-106) was launched 26 May 1918 by Union Iron Works, San Francisco, Calif, sponsored by Mrs.
From 19 November 1919 she was in reduced commission, operating only infrequently with Reserve Division 10 until placed out of commission i June 1922.
www.multied.com /navy/destroyer/Chewdd106.html   (378 words)

  
 USCGC Taney (WHEC-37) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
She conducted regular harbor entrance and channel patrols, alternating often with one of the four old destroyers of Destroyer Divison 80: USS Allen (DD-66), Sehley (DD-103), Chew (DD-106), and Ward (DD-139).
The third wave mortally wounded USS Lansdale (DD-426), which later sank.
On 16 August, she got underway to support USS Pennsylvania (BB-38) as three Japanese planes were detected approaching from the northeast.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/USCGC_Taney   (3593 words)

  
 USS Chew   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-02)
After repairs at New York and refresher training at Guantanamo Bay, she cleared New York 28 April to patrol during the first historic transatlantic seaplane flight, made by Navy craft, then made visits to the Azores, Gibraltar, Malta, and Constantinople before returning to New York 6 June.
Recommissioned 14 October 1940, Chew was assigned to Defense Force, 14th Naval District, and arrived at Pearl Harbor 17 December 1940.
She also made occasional voyages as a convoy escort and screening vessel to San Francisco and Seattle.
www.destroyers.org /DANFS/h-dd-106.htm   (317 words)

  
 uboat.net - Allied Warships - Wickes class Destroyers
USS Aaron Ward (i) (DD 132) (to Britain as HMS Castleton (I 23))
USS Claxton (i) (DD 140) (to Britain as HMS Salisbury (I 52))
USS Hale (i) (DD 133) (to Britain as HMS Caldwell (I 20))
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 On This Day - May - Historical Events This Month   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-02)
USS Breese received ten battle stars for her World War II service.
USS Stansbury was awarded three battle stars during World War II.
On This Day In 1941 The USS Robin Moor became the First American ship to be sunk by a German U-Boat.
www.geocities.com /onthisday2000/may.htm   (17877 words)

  
 Biography
While serving as Executive Officer of USS Smith (DD-378), which he subsequently commanded for one year, LCDR Theobald was en route into Pearl Harbor on the morning of December 7, 1941, and witnessed the initial Japanese attack.
He was in the Pacific continuously with the single exception of a six-month period when he put the destroy USS John W. Weeks in commission on 21 July 1944.
He assumed command of the attack transport, USS Randall (APA-224) in 1954, followed by duty in the Strategic Plans Division of the Office of the Chief of Naval Operations, then as Commander of Destroyer Flotilla Five based in Hawaii.
www.ussjwweeks701.org /biography.htm   (531 words)

  
 US Ships at Hawaii on December 7, 1941   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-02)
USS Helena, CL-50: sunk in Kula Gulf, 7-43
USS Henley, DD-391: sunk in Huron Gulf 10-43
USS Utah, AG-16: capsized 7 Dec 41; remains as partially submerged hulk at Pearl Harbor.
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 7 December 1941: 62 Years Ago Today at Pearl Harbor   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-02)
As the Colors are raised on the U.S.S. Utah, two torpedoes interrupt the ceremony and the mighty Battleship is sent to the bottom, taking with her 58 men who have been either riddled by Jap bullets or temporarily entombed when the Vessel rolls over.
The U.S.S. Shaw, isolated in a floating dry dock, is ravaged within the first 20 minutes of the assault, being struck by several bombs, one of which devastates the mess (kitchen).
The U.S.S. Tautog crewman man their deck guns when the Jap Planes come in rapidly over Battleship Row and as the Destroyers cease fire, the Tautog, picks up the tempo and blasts a Plane from the sky, giving her the first Submarine unassisted kill (Plane) of the war.
www.freerepublic.com /focus/f-news/1035568/posts   (5300 words)

  
 Histoy of the U.S.S. Nassau CVE 16
Task Group 9.7, composed of the NASSAU, USS KITTYHAWK (AKV 1) and USS BARKER, with Captain Doyle as Group Commander, departed San Francisco on October 14, and reached Pearl Harbor on the 20th.There the aircraft, carried as cargo, were removed and some minor repairs and installations were effected.
VF I had flown 106 missions, had spent 237 hours of flying time (not including the final flight to the base) in four days of operation, without losing a single plane or pilot.
The USS MEADE (DD 602), which had come out from Eniwetok, in the western Marshalls, met the NASSAU and accompanied her to Guam and back as far as Eniwetok.
www.ussnassaucve16.com /History/ussnassauhistory.htm   (9428 words)

  
 December 07, 1941 - Ships in Pearl Harbor
The names and designations of the 145 vessels and the eventual fate of each vessel, where known, is detailed below.
USS Oklahoma, BB-37: capsized 7 Dec 41; Raised 1943, not repaired; parted tow line enroute San Francisco and sank 5-47
USS Utah, AG-16: capsized 7 Dec 41; remains a partially submerged hulk off west side of Ford Island on the opposite side of the island from battleship row.
www.bluejacket.com /ww2_12-07-41_ships_pearlharbor.html   (320 words)

  
 Genealogical Record: Elizabeth (Betsy) Prentis Chew   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-02)
1813 06 01: captured aboard the USS "Chesapeake" by the HMS "Shannon", held Captain James Lawrence in his arms as he spoke his dying words, "Don't give up the ship" (now the USN motto).
Commissioned in U.S. Navy 1777 06 17, died in action in Revolutionary War, commanding the Resistance against a British privateer off Boston.
The USS Chew (DD 106, 1918-45) was named for him.
poslfit.homeip.net /cgi-bin/genea2.pl?14588   (77 words)

  
 Associations   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-02)
USS Gen M. Stewart AP-140 (SEE AP Trans Assn)
USS Adm E. Eberle APA-123 (SEE AP Trans Gp)
USS Adm H. Mayo APA-125 (SEE AP Trans Gp)
www.military-network.com /ben/Associations.cfm?category=usn_ships   (130 words)

  
 USS ARIZONA MEMORIAL: Remembrance
The fleet in Pearl Harbor, the focus of the attack, suffered the greatest loss; almost half the total casualties occurred when the USS Arizona blew up.
Army, Navy, Army Air Force, and Marine Corps facilities across the length and breadth of Oahu, from Kaneohe to haleiwa to Malakole, bore their share of death and destruction.
In the first hours of America's Pacific war, the nation suffered one of her worst wartime losses: 2,388 men, women, and children were killed in the attack.
www.nps.gov /usar/phcas.html   (620 words)

  
 Japanese Submarines at Pearl Harbor.
At 1631 (2101 Hawaiian time) Rear Commander Watanabe of "I No. 69" detected from the periscope a huge fiery column which marked the end of the USS Arizona.
Chew (DD-106) reports 28 depth charges dropped on eight different sonic contacts south-west of entrance buoy.
TBF from small carrier Monterey (CVL-26), with destroyers MacDonough (DD-351) and Stephen Potter (DD- 538), sink Japanese submarine
www.ww2pacific.com /japsubs.html   (3489 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)

  
 Pearl Harbor Attack: USS Chew (DD-106) Action Report   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-02)
Pearl Harbor Attack: USS Chew (DD-106) Action Report
A total of 28 depth charges were dropped on eight different supersonic contacts in the area south-west of entrance buoy.
Matthew J. Agola, S.2c., USNR, was killed during the action while engaged in rescue work on the U.S.S. Pennsylvania.
www.history.navy.mil /docs/wwii/pearl/ph32.htm   (224 words)

  
 This page is for the crew of the USCGC Taney
On 7 December 1999, the Navy commissioned the U.S.S. Pearl Harbor and I was impressed by the inscription on her brass nameplate which read ‘FREEDOM IS NOT FREE”
USS Oklahoma, BB-37: capsized 7 Dec 41; raised 1943 but not
USS Phoenix, CL-46: to Argentina 10-51; sunk during
www.armory.com /~vern/personal/taney/taney2.htm   (6795 words)

  
 Taney/Roger B. Taney
She conducted regular harbor entrance and channel patrols, alternating often with one of the four old destroyers of Destroyer Divison 80: USS Allen (DD-66), USS Sehley (DD-103), USS Chew (DD-106), and USS Ward (DD-139).
This is no drill" came at 0755 on 7 December, as Japanese planes swept overhead in an attempt to cripple the Pacific Fleet.
On 16 August, she got underway to support USS Pennsylvania (BB--38) as three Japanese planes were detected approaching from the northeast.
www.uscg.mil /HQ/G-CP/HISTORY/WEBCUTTERS/Taney_1936.html   (4266 words)

  
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USS and USCG are eliminated with ship/cutter names for simplicity.
USS Chew Post Office: Letter to the Editor
Chew (DD-106) Dec7, 1941 Cover: Letters to the Editor
www.uscs.org /log/logindex/1997index.htm   (730 words)

  
 USS Arizona Memorial
The most complete film compilation of the terrifying attack on Pearl Harbor.
Although the USS Arizona has become the best known ship from Pearl Harbor, more than 130 ships were at anchor in Pearl Harbor on December 7, 1941.
Below is a comprehensive list of the ships present at 0800 7 December 1941.
www.pearlharbor.military.com /nps_history_ships.html   (251 words)

  
 Casualties   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-02)
USS California - BB-44, Battleship (US Marine Corps)
These aviators were shot down by "friendly fire" in an attempt to make a night landing at Ford Island NAS.
USS Nevada - BB-36, Battleship (US Marine Corps)
www.pearlharborsurvivors.homestead.com /Casualties.html   (416 words)

  
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Subject: USS Montana design issues Hello SMMLies: To chime in on the Montana issue, the following link goes to the US Naval Historical Center's photo section.
I have the USS Abinaki (ATF-96) completed and ready for entry).
Subject: Re: ICM's release of HMS Hood/IJN Chokai (NEVER) The HMS Hood model was originally scheduled for release last year (2000).
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 AylwinIII DD- 355
Robert H. Rodgers, and other officers, in a motor launch about 1,000 yards off the entrance buoys.
Nevertheless, in view of ComDesRon I's instructions, Aylwin could not slow down, but instead headed out to sea for patrol duty, leaving most of her officers orphans on board the old flushdecker Chew (DD-106).
A little less than a half hour later, Aylwin investigated a reported submarine sighting, but found nothing.
www.multied.com /navy/destroyer/AylwinIIIdd355.html   (7554 words)

  
 uboat.net - Allied Warships - Destroyer USS Chew of the Wickes class
uboat.net - Allied Warships - Destroyer USS Chew of the Wickes class
USS Chew was commissioned at the and of WW1, and left out of action.
Ideal if you spot mistakes or want to improve this ships page.
uboat.net /allies/warships/ship/2138.html   (137 words)

  
 TheGolfStuffZone.com: Sc Golf News
Upon graduation from NF&SS, ENS Howard reported in July 1941 as disbursing officer of Destroyer Division 80 and was assigned to USS Chew (DD 106), then in dry dock at the Pearl Harbor Naval Station for overhaul.
Joe Howard was reunited with the Seabees in June 1954 when he reported as director, Procurement Department, Yards and Docks Supply Office, Port Hueneme, Calif., reporting to CAPT (later VADM) Joe Lyle.
An elated Howard was brought up short when his old friend and mentor, then ADM Arleigh Burke, Chief of Naval Operations, wrote to him and said he had a job for him as special assistant and speechwriter.
www.the-golfstuff-zone.com /Rss-Golf-News/Sc-Golf-News.htm   (3826 words)

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