Walter James Hammond, RNR
|Birth details unknown|
|Died||31 Mar 1947||HMS Nimrod|
Warship Commands listed for Walter James Hammond, RNR
|HMS Marauder (W 98)||T/Lt.||Rescue Tug||24 Dec 1939||8 Nov 1941|
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Rescue Tug HMS Marauder (W 98)
3 Jul 1940
HMRT Marauder (T/Lt. W.J. Hammond, RNR) takes the damaged Dutch merchant Amstelland in tow to Falmouth, where they arrived on 5 July. The Amstelland was torpedoed and damaged on 1 July by German U-boat U-65 about 380 nautical miles south-west of Lands End in position 47°53'N, 13°23'W. During the tow the ships were escorted by the British corvette HMS Calendula (Lt.Cdr. A.D. Bruford, RNVR).
23 Sep 1940
HMRT Marauder (T/Lt. W.J. Hammond, RNR) takes in tow the British merchant Scholar in position 55°10'N, 17°49'W. The Scholar was torpedoed and damaged the previous day about 340 nautical miles west of Bloody Foreland in position 55°11'N, 17°58'W by German U-boat U-100. On the 24th the tow was abandoned in position 54°38'N, 16°40'W and the crew of the Scholar was taken off by the British destroyer HMS Skate (Lt. F.P. Baker, DSC, RN). HMS Skate also scuttles the wreck of the Scholar.
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