PETERSON DE 152

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Ship Name and Designation History

This section lists the names and designations that the ship had during its lifetime. The list is in chronological order.

    Edsall Class Destroyer Escort
    Keel Laid February 28 1943 - Launched May 15 1943

  1. USS PETERSON DE 152
    Commissioned September 29 1943 - Decommissioned May 1 1946
    Recommissioned May 2 1952 - Decommissioned June 1965

    Struck from Naval Register August 1 1973
    Sold August 1 1973 to Aardvark International for scrap
Peterson DE150 Crest.jpg

Naval Covers

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  1. USS Peterson DE-152 Covers Page 1     (1943-59)

 

Postmarks

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Postmark Type
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Killer Bar Text

Postmark
Date
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Postmark Image
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Cover Image

1st Commissioning September 29 1943 to May 1 1946


 

Locy Type
2z

1943-10-27

JonBurdett peterson de152 19431027 pm.jpg
JonBurdett peterson de152 19431027.jpg

Note:


 

Locy Type
9efu

1946-01-11

JonBurdett peterson de152 19460111 pm.jpg
JonBurdett peterson de152 19460111.jpg

Note:


2nd Commissioning May 2 1952 to June 1965


 

Locy Type
2

1952-06-04

JonBurdett peterson de152 19520604 pm.jpg
JonBurdett peterson de152 19520604.jpg

R/S cachet


 

Locy Type
2t(n+u) (error repaired)

1960-01-04

GregCiesielski Peterson DE152 19600104 1 Postmark.jpg
GregCiesielski Peterson DE152 19600104 1 Front.jpg

Rubber stamp "Operation Deepfreeze" cachet and signature of the Commanding Officer LCdr. Clifford Eugene Hunter (24 Jul. 1959 - Jul. 1960).


 

Locy Type
9efu

1955-02-11

GregCiesielski Peterson DE152 19550211 1 Postmark.jpg
GregCiesielski Peterson DE152 19550211 1 Front.jpg

Cachet by Donald Graf


 

Locy Type
9fu

1963-04-25

GregCiesielski Peterson DE152 19630425 1 Postmark.jpg
GregCiesielski Peterson DE152 19630425 1 Front.jpg

"On Piece"

 

Other Information

USS PETERSON earned the Combat Action Ribbon, the Navy Expeditionary Medal, the American Campaign Medal, the Asiatic-Pacific Campaign Medal, the European-Africa-Middle East Campaign Medal w/ 1 battle star, the WWII Victory Medal, the National Defense Service Medal w/ star, the Antarctic Service Medal and the Armed Forces Expeditionary Medal during her Naval career.

NAMESAKE - Chief Water Tender Oscar Verner Peterson, USN (August 27 1899 - May 13 1942)
   Peterson enlisted in the Navy in December 1920. He saw extensive sea service during the following two decades. In April 1941, he joined the crew of USS NEOSHO AO 23, and was aboard her during the attack on Pearl Harbor December 7 1941. On May 7 1942, during the Battle of Coral Sea, after NEOSHO was heavily damaged by Japanese bombers, Chief Water Tender Peterson received severe burns while endeavoring to save his ship. He died of these injuries on May 13 1942. Oscar V. Peterson was posthumously awarded The Medal of Honor for his heroism on that occasion.

 


 

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