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29 Jul 1943

Bermuda
  • Hunter-Killer Task Group 21.14 centered around escort carrier USS Card and escorts arrived in Bermuda. ww2dbase [Card | Port Royal Bay | DS]
30 Jul 1943

Bermuda
  • Task Group 21.14 centered around escort carrier USS Card departed Naval Operating Base Bermuda on their first combat sortie. ww2dbase [Card | Port Royal Bay | DS]
27 Sep 1943

Bermuda
  • Hunter-Killer Task Group 21.14 centered around escort carrier USS Card and escorts arrived in Bermuda. ww2dbase [Card | Port Royal Bay | DS]
28 Sep 1943

Bermuda
  • Task Group 21.14 centered around escort carrier USS Card departed Naval Operating Base Bermuda on their second anti-submarine Hunter-Killer combat sortie. ww2dbase [Card | Port Royal Bay | DS]
29 Jun 1944

Photo(s) dated 29 Jun 1944
A deck level view of the back of the conning tower of captured German submarine U-505 shortly after arrival at Bermuda, 19 to 29 Jun 1944. Fleet tug USS Abnaki is at left and covered lighter YFN-275 is at right.
20 Sep 1944

Bermuda
  • Hunter-Killer Task Group 22.2 centered around escort carrier USS Card and escorts arrived in Bermuda for four days of anti-submarine exercises that included drills with a friendly Italian submarine. ww2dbase [Card | Port Royal Bay | DS]
2 Dec 1944

Bermuda
  • Escort carrier USS Card and her task group arrived at Bermuda for four weeks of ant-submarine exercises and drills with a friendly submarine. ww2dbase [Card | Port Royal Bay | DS]

Timeline Section Founder: Thomas Houlihan
Contributors: Alan Chanter, C. Peter Chen, Thomas Houlihan, Hugh Martyr, David Stubblebine
Special Thanks: Rory Curtis




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