Arthur Shubrook Pomeroy DSC, RN
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|5 Feb 1935|| ||S.Lt.|
|13 Sep 1935|| ||Lt.|
|13 Sep 1943|| ||Lt.Cdr.|
Retired: 13 Sep 1956
Warship Commands listed for Arthur Shubrook Pomeroy, RN
|HMS Volunteer (D 71)||Lt.||Destroyer||12 Jan 1942||mid 1942|
|HMS Walpole (D 41)||Lt.||Destroyer||Aug 1942||Sep 1943|
|HMS Tumult (R 11)||Lt.Cdr.||Destroyer||15 Nov 1944||mid 1946|
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27 Mar 1942 (position 47.21, -21.39)
On 27 March 1942 German U-boat U-587 was sunk in position 47°21'N, 21°39'W by depth charges by the British escort destroyers HMS Grove (Lt.Cdr. J.W. Rylands, RN) and HMS Aldenham (Lt. H.A. Stuart-Menteth, RN) and the British destroyers HMS Volunteer (Lt. A.S. Pomeroy, RN) and HMS Leamington (Lt.Cdr. H.G. Bowerman, RN) of the 2nd Escort Group, escorting the troop convoy WS-17. The U-boat was found after a HF/DF fix by the British destroyer HMS Keppel (Cdr. J.E. Broome, RN).
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