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|63k||Carleton Thayer Fogg was born on 19 August 1917 and raised in Lynn, Massachusetts. He graduated from the North Yarmouth Academy, attended the University
of Maine, and enlisted in the Naval Reserve on 6 October 1937. After taking flight training at Squantum, Mass. and Pensacola, Fla., he was appointed ensign 1 January 1939. Fogg flew
with scout - bomber squadrons in Saratoga (CV 3) and Wasp (CV 7) before joining Scouting Squadron Six in Enterprise (CV 6) in September 1939.
Now a regular officer, Lieutenant (junior grade) Fogg was killed in action in the initial attack on Kwajalein, 01 February 1942. He was awarded the Air Medal posthumously for his gallant
conduct in the face of heavy enemy opposition.
USS Fogg (DE 57) (1943-1947) was the first ship to be named in his honor.
|127k||undated wartime image||Sal DiMilla|
|127k||undated wartime image||Everett Schrader|
|151k||03 July 1943: Fogg moored to the outfitting dock at Bethlehem Steel Shipyard, Hingham MA||Pieter Bakels
Wehl, The Netherlands
|405k||23 July 1944: off Brooklyn, N.Y. - A starboard quarter view of Fogg taken near the New York Navy Yard. (U.S. Navy photo #CP-DE-57 19-N-72445 from the National Archives and Records Administration, College Park, Md.; courtesy of Chris Wright) (N.Y. Navy Yard #F644C7545)||Ed Zajkowski|
|151k||Picture of Fogg, showing damage aft, after she was torpedoed by U-870 on 20 December 1944 near the Azore Islands.||Everett Schrader|
|113k||photo showing damage|
|110k||hull shoring being shown in port at Azores|
|144k||undated, wartime image (my Father, Donald A. Johnson was a WWII Fogg crewmember. Sadly, he passed away in 1995.)||Donald A. Johnson, Jr.|
|81k||Fogg crewmembers (my Father, Donald A. Johnson, is on the far left of the photo)|
|83k||autograph page from a 1945 USS Fogg Yearbook|
|114k||Fogg crewmembers (John Clisham, Kathryn's Father, is third from the left)||Kathryn Clisham McClung|
|567k||12 May 1945: off Boston, Mass. - A port quarter view of Fogg taken near the Boston Navy Yard. She has many interesting late war modifications. Lots of 40-mm plus a gun director on a tower. This was a very unusual refit. The ship was badly damaged by a torpedo and arrived at the Boston Yard on 9 March. The hull from Frame 115 aft was replaced. The 3-in. battery was replaced by 5-in. guns, one of those very few ships to get this alteration. (U.S. Navy photo #CP-DE-57 19-N-120973 from the National Archives and Records Administration, College Park, Md.; courtesy of Chris Wright) (Boston Navy Yard #2632-45)||Ed Zajkowski|
|567k||undated: location unknown - A shot of Fogg in her final configuration, a DER.||Wolfgang Hechler|
|Fogg's Commanding Officers
Thanks to Wolfgang Hechler & Ron Reeves
|Dates of Command||Commanding Officers|
|1.) 07 Jul. 1943 - 26 Jan. 1944||Lcdr. Charles Francis Adams, Jr., USNR (Comm.)|
|2.) 26 Jan. 1944 - 23 Aug. 1945||Lcdr. Frederick H. Martin, USNR|
|3.) 23 Aug. 1945 - 01 Oct. 1945||Lcdr. Edward P. Parker, USNR|
|4.) 01 Oct. 1945 - 01 Jan. 1946||Lt. Edwin R. Lozier, USNR|
|5.) 01 Jan. 1946 - 25 Apr. 1946||Lcdr. James Pollock Jamison|
|6.) 18 May 1946 - 01 Jun. 1946||Lt. Arthur G. Adams (XO)|
|7.) 01 Jun. 1945 - 31 Oct. 1946||Lt. R.L. Rubel (XO)|
|8.) 01 Feb. 1947 - 27 Oct. 1947||Lcdr. Walter Francis Vincent Bennett (Decomm.)|
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