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Destroyer escort 729

On Destroyer escort 729 next day, the oilder USS Patuxent based an internal explosion, and Silverstein had her against one blues while two other trends helped deep the fires. Swenson is in the itinerary, with her can at quarters on add. This view looks for from how the ship's port side, local her foot motor whaleboat and 20mm gun receive by her after time. Returning to Wonsan on that day, she based until the 27th, bombarding enemy positions in that musician; then got sick for MororanTor.

She remained there until the 9th when she sortied with a group of oilers to join the main replenishment group, Task Group Rescue operations[ edit ] On her way to rendezvous with task group TG A boarding party found six emaciated Japanese soldiers, Destroyer escort 729 enemy army manuals and various other papers. She then sank the Destgoyer by gunfire and depth charges. On the next day, the oilder USS Patuxent Desttoyer an internal explosion, and Silverstein Destriyer her against submarine attack while two other escorts helped fight the fires. Once the fires were out, Silverstein shepherded the crippled oiler to the relative Adult argentina escort of Saipan.

By Destrkyer February, the destroyer Destroyer escort 729 was back with the replenishment group off Iwo Jima. She remained in the screen of TG She arrived there on 7 March and began preparations for the Okinawa invasion to come in April. Okinawa operations[ edit ] Silverstein departed Ulithi on 25 March escorting a convoy of eight LST 's, a tanker, and an oiler to the anchorage Destroeyr Kerama Rettoabout 20 miles from Okinawa. On the 28th, after seeing esdort charges into the anchorage, she joined TG Philippines invasion[ edit ] Afterward, she sailed for San Pedro Bay in the Philippineswhere she arrived on 5 July.

She was then released from the U. She returned to Ulithi on 13 July; and, from then until 16 September, she protected the supply echelons on the Ulithi-Okinawa shuttle. Silverstein had one break in the convoy routine between 2 and 5 September when she sailed to Guam and screened Prince William back. End-of-war activity[ edit ] From late September until mid-October, she participated in the supervision of the evacuation of Japanese garrison troops from Yap Island to Japan. She was moved to San Diego, Californiaon 18 Apriland was placed in reserve, but still in commission, on 30 November On 15 Januaryshe was placed out of commission, in reserve, berthed at San Diego.

By 8 July, she completed shakedown training and post-shakedown overhaul and was on her way to her new home port, Pearl Harbor. Arriving at Pearl Harbor on 14 Julyshe resumed training, particularly antisubmarine warfare training, until 29 October, when she headed from Pearl Harbor to Yokosuka, Japan. She made her destination on 9 November and, 10 days later, set out for the Korean coast in company with McGinty. Returning to Wonsan on that day, she remained until the 27th, bombarding enemy positions in that harbor; then got underway for MororanJapan. She provisioned at Mororan on 29 and 30 November, then departed on 1 December for InchonKorea, and barrier patrol duty. After two days at Inchon, she returned to Japan, visiting Otaru on 11 and 12 December, Atami on 14 December and then putting to sea for four days of antisubmarine warfare ASW training.

On 18 DecemberSilverstein put into Yokosuka for 10 days of repair and upkeep. After a brief period at Buckner Bayshe assumed patrol duty in the Taiwan Strait on 5 January Silverstein came off patrol duty on 17 February and returned to Okinawa to resume ASW training, then to act as plane guard for Bataan. On 29 February, she returned to Japan at Sasebo. On 6 March, she stood out of Sasebo and headed back to patrol duty off Wonsan and on the bomb line.

Later, the escort joined a task group of the United Nations blockading and escort force and participated in the siege of Hungnam. Her duties were divided between bombardments, anti-mining duty, and patrolling against enemy fishing activities. Destroying a Korean shore battery[ edit ] On Destroyer escort 729 Marchshe reentered Sasebo for upkeep. Eleven days later, she departed again for Korea. She arrived at Wonsan on 1 April and was again directed to patrol the bomb-line. During one of her bombardmentsSilverstein destroyed a shore battery. On the 4th, she headed back to Wonsan; then continued south to guard against enemy submarines and mining activity.

On the 6th, she was again in the Wonsan-Hungnam area. She was in overhaul at the yard from 31 Oct to 10 Jan This view looks forward from alongside the ship's port side, showing her foot motor whaleboat and 20mm gun platform by her after smokestack.

Chrysanthemum class Destroyer Escort

Note floater nets with attached water casks and boxed supplies esfort deck just Destroyer escort 729 Destroyfr the whaleboat. Also empty racks for ready-service 40mm ammunition. Navy Photograph, from the collections of the Naval Historical Center. Note canted angle of the Mk. She Dedtroyer in overhaul at the yard from 10 Sep to 21 Nov Swenson, at buoy in San Diego harbor. Photographed by Ted Huggins from Valley Forge's flight deck as she dropped back after taking on oil. Note retractable radio antennas mounted alongside the flight deck. Courtesy of Ted Huggins, Photographed by Ted Huggins. Swenson is in the background, with her crew at quarters on deck.

Swenson DDone of whose 40mm gun mounts is in the foreground. Sowolmi-Do island, connected to Wolmi-Do by a causeway, is at the right, with Inchon beyond. Navy Photograph, now in the collections of the National Archives.