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James P. Jamison oral history interview, September 27, 1990

Date: Sep. 27 1990 | Identifier: OH0122
Captain Jamison, a native of Pennsylvania, graduated from the U.S. Naval Academy in 1941. He served in the USS DECATUR (DD 341) until January 1943, involved first in neutrality patrol in the Caribbean and and later convoy duty the North Atlantic. After commissioning the USS BURNS (DD 588) in the spring of 1943, he was involved in landings and raids throughout the South Pacific, including the Gilberts, Marshalls, and Ocean islands; Truk, Palau, New Guinea, the Marianas, Philippines, and other Pacific locations. In 1945 Jamison became executive officer on the BORDELON (DD 881) and commander of the FOGG (DER 57). He describes his service in each of these ships. Interviewer: Donald R. Lennon. more...
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