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|7k||Born 25 December 1917 at Warner, N.H., Edward Blanchard Cloues graduated from the Naval Academy on 6 June 1940. Ensign Cloues reported to USS Arizona (BB 39) 29 June 1940, and was killed in action when his ship was sunk at Pearl Harbor during the Japanese attack 7 December 1941.
USS Cloues (DE 265) (1943-1945) was the first ship to be named in his honor.
(Photo from The USS Arizona BB-39 Web Site thanks to Nancy Nease)
|425k||12 February 1944: San Francisco Bay - Starboard bow view of Cloues off Mare Island. (U.S. Navy photo #CP-DE-265 19-N-65251 from the National Archives and Records Administration, courtesy of Chris Wright) (This is a better copy of a photo sent in earlier by Kenneth E. Catlin, PO1, USS Cloues, 1943 - 1945)||Ed Zajkowski|
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|140k||12 February 1944: bow on view, off San Francisco. (U.S. Navy Photo #DE-265-974-44)||Darryl Baker|
|116k||12 February 1944: stern view, off San Francisco. (U.S. Navy Photo #DE-265-969-44)|
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