Raymond John Moore, USN
|Born||20 Nov 1903||?, West Virginia, USA|
Warship Commands listed for Raymond John Moore, USN
|USS Stingray (186)||Lt.Cdr.||Submarine||29 Dec 1941||1 Jan 1943|
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Submarine USS Stingray (186)
30 Dec 1941
After repairs USS Stingray (Lt.Cdr. Raymond J. Moore) left Manila for her second war patrol. She was ordered to patrol off Hainan. Later she was ordered to shift her patrol area to the Davao Gulf.
10 Jan 1942 (position 17.40, 109.20)
USS Stingray (Lt.Cdr. R.J. Moore) torpedoed and sank the Japanese transport ship Harbin Maru (5167 GRT) in the South China Sea off the south coast of Hainan Island in position 17°40'N, 109°20'E.
12 Feb 1942
USS Stingray (Lt.Cdr. R.J. Moore) ended her second war patrol at Surabaya, Java, Netherlands East Indies. But due to the dangerous situation there (Japanese air raids) she left for Fremantle, Australia shortly afterwards, arriving there on 3 March.
16 Mar 1942
USS Stingray (Lt.Cdr. R.J. Moore) leaves Fremantle for her third war patrol. She was ordered to patrol in the Java Sea and in the Selebes Sea.
2 May 1942
USS Stingray (Lt.Cdr. R.J. Moore) ended her third war patrol at Fremantle.
27 May 1942
USS Stingray (Lt.Cdr. R.J. Moore) left Fremantle for her 4th war patrol. She was ordered to patrol off Davao Gulf and then head on further north as she was ordered to end this patrol at Pearl Harbor.
28 Jun 1942 (position 12.41, 136.22)
USS Stingray (Lt.Cdr. R.J. Moore) torpedoed and sank the Japanese auxiliary gunboat Saikyo Maru (1292 GRT) about 190 nautical miles north of Yap, Caroline Islands in position 12°41'N, 136°22'E.
15 Jul 1942
USS Stingray (Lt.Cdr. R.J. Moore) ended her 4th war patrol at Pearl Harbor. She was now sent to the Mare Island Navy Yard for an overhaul.
21 Nov 1942
During here 5th war patrol USS Stingray (Lt.Cdr. Otis J. Earle) torpedoed and damaged the Japanese seaplane carrier Sanyo Maru (8360 GRT, offsite link) off Shortland Island in the Solomon Islands in position 06°32'S, 156°05'E.
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