USS Corry (i) (DD 463)
Destroyer of the Bristol class
|Navy||The US Navy|
|Built by||Charleston Navy Yard (Charleston, South Carolina, U.S.A.)|
|Ordered||12 Jun 1940|
|Laid down||4 Sep 1940|
|Launched||28 Jul 1941|
|Commissioned||18 Dec 1941|
|Lost||6 Jun 1944|
|Loss position||49° 31'N, 1° 11'W|
USS Corry (Lt.Cdr. George Dewey Hoffman, USN) was sunk by shore batteries off Utah Beach at Normandy, France in position 49º31'N, 01º11'W.
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Commands listed for USS Corry (i) (DD 463)
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|1||Lt.Cdr. Eugene Carroll Burchett, USN||18 Dec 1941||2 Dec 1942|
|2||Lt.Cdr. Lot Ensey, USN||2 Dec 1942||7 Dec 1943|
|3||Lt.Cdr. George Dewey Hoffman, USN||7 Dec 1943||6 Jun 1944|
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Notable events involving Corry (i) include:
4 Jul 1942
USS Corry picks up 4 survivors from the American merchant Ruth that was torpedoed and sunk on 29 June 1942 by German U-boat U-153 about 320 nautical miles north-northeast of Barbuda in position 21°40'N, 59°20'W.
17 Mar 1944
German U-boat U-801 was sunk in the mid-Atlantic near the Cape Verde Islands, in position 16°42'N, 30°28'W, by a Fido homing torpedo from 2 Avenger aircraft (VC-9) of the US escort carrier USS Block Island and depth charges and gunfire from the US destroyer USS Corry and the US destroyer escort USS Bronstein.