HMS MMS 107 (J 607)
Motor minesweeper of the MMS I class
|Navy||The Royal Navy|
|Built by||Chantiers Maritime (St. Laurent, Canada) / Clare Shipbuilding (Meteghan, Canada)|
|Ordered||27 Feb 1941|
|Launched||30 Oct 1941|
|Commissioned||25 Aug 1942|
Commands listed for HMS MMS 107 (J 607)
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|1||T/Lt. Francis Henry Wilson Graybrook, RNR||Dec 1942||17 Apr 1943|
|2||C Greening, RNR||17 Apr 1943||May 1943|
|3||A/Skr.Lt. Robert Duthie Stephen, RNR||May 1943||early 1944|
|4||C Greening, RNR||early 1944||5 Mar 1945|
|5||J W Fraser, RNR||5 Mar 1945||mid 1945|
|6||H Willey, RNR||mid 1945||Apr 1946|
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Notable events involving MMS 107 include:
17 Apr 1943
HMS P 615 (Lt. C.W.St.C. Lambert, DSC and Bar, RN) departed Freetown for Simonstown, South Africa via Takoradi. During the passage to Takoradi she was escorted by the British motor minesweeper HMS MMS-107 (Skr. H.J. Craven, RNR).