destroyer escort


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warship smaller than a destroyer

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His stamp is based on a 1942 photograph and depicts the crest of the destroyer escort USS Miller (DE-1091), commissioned in 1973.
His sea service includes tours aboard destroyer escort USS Barbey; frigates USS Bowen, USS Jessie L.
He'd been the last standing gunner on a puny destroyer escort that waylaid a massive Japanese cruiser for 50 minutes, helping force a crucial enemy retreat.
He was commissioned as a 2nd lieutenant on the destroyer escort, the USS Cole and spent most of his wartime in the Pacific.
Fred served in the United States Navy during World War II doing destroyer escort convoy duty in the North Atlantic.
They ran into gale force winds which cut down the speed of the destroyer escort, and Flynn decided to go on alone.
During World War II he was a gunner aboard the destroyer escort USS Damon M.
Proud," based on the book "Proudly We Served," tells the story of the brave men of the WWII destroyer escort, USS Mason, the only crew of African-American sailors to take a warship into combat during WWII.
He served in the Navy aboard the destroyer escort USS Cates in the north sector of the Asian-Pacific Theater during World War II.
Navy as an ensign aboard the destroyer escort "Albert E.
Peter served nearly four years at sea on active duty in the Navy during the Korean War, primarily aboard the destroyer escort USS Loeser.
Noone's destroyer escort, the USS Nickel, was the first responder to shark victims of the infamous USS Indianapolis tragedy.
Navy (1942 to 1946) in World War II aboard the destroyer escort USS Wiseman, rising to the rank of Quartermaster 1st Class.
He was a WW II Navy Veteran and operated in the Pacific theatre serving on the destroyer escort Edward C.