Addy, Theodore Thomas, TM2c

Fallen
 
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Last Rank
Torpedoman 2nd Class
Last Primary NEC
TM-0000-Torpedoman's Mate
Last Rating/NEC Group
Torpedoman's Mate
Primary Unit
1943-1943, TM-0000, USS Dorado (SS-248)
Service Years
1940 - 1943
TM-Torpedoman's Mate

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Home State
Ohio
Ohio
Year of Birth
1918
 
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Casualty Info
Home Town
West Lafayette, OH
Last Address
141 S Water St
Coshocton, OH

Casualty Date
Oct 12, 1943
 
Cause
Hostile-Body Not Recovered
Reason
Other Explosive Device
Location
Atlantic Ocean
Conflict
World War II
Location of Interment
Fairfield Cemetery - West Lafayette, Ohio
Wall/Plot Coordinates
(memorial marker)

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Last Known Activity

Commissioned into service in the summer of 1943, USS Dorado conducted shakedown and training operations off the New England region of northeastern United States. On 6 Oct 1943, she departed for the Panama Canal Zone for the ultimate destination of Pearl Harbor, US Territory of Hawaii. On 12 Oct 1943, a US Navy PBM Mariner aircraft operating out of Guantánamo Bay, Cuba detected an unidentified submarine and attacked her with three depth charges and one bomb; it was not clear whether the submarine was damaged; later in the patrol, the same aircraft encountered another submarine which fired on the aircraft. Later, an Allied convoy sailing through the region reported no contact with any friendly submarines. After Dorado had failed to arrive at the Panama Canal Zone on 14 Oct, air searches were launched, finding scattered oil slicks that later investigation found to be not of submarine fuel in nature. It was ultimately concluded that both of the submarine contacts that the US Navy PBM Mariner aircraft encountered on 12 Oct 1943 were indeed hostile (the second contact was later concluded to be German submarine U-214), and thus USS Dorado was most likely lost due to an accident or to a German naval mine.
 
TM2 Addy was among the crew listed as missing in action and later declared dead.
   
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  1940-1940, S1c-0000, USS Holland (AS-3)

Seaman 1st Class

From Month/Year
October / 1940

To Month/Year
November / 1940

Unit
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Rank
Seaman 1st Class

NEC
S1c-0000-Seaman 1st Class

Location
Not Specified

Country/State
Not Specified
 
 
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USS Holland (AS-3)

Type
Surface Vessels

Existing/Disbanded
Redesignated

Parent Unit
Holland-class

Strength
Tender/ Repair Ship

Created/Owned By
Not Specified
   

Last Updated: Dec 25, 2018
   
   
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10 Members Also There at Same Time
USS Holland (AS-3)

Beck, Claude Iziah, CPO, (1938-1943) S1c S1c-0000 Seaman 1st Class
King, Homer Lymon, PO1, (1939-1943) S1c S1c-0000 Seaman 1st Class
Clifton, William, CPO, (1940-1946) SK SK-0000 Chief Petty Officer
Stanford, Lee Carroll, CPO, (1937-1944) MM MM-0000 Petty Officer Second Class
Parr, Thomas Sherman, PO2, (1936-1943) SM SM-0000 Petty Officer Third Class
Johnigan, Otis Peyton, PO1, (1939-1943) S2c S2c-0000 Seaman Second Class
Peart, William Martin, PO1, (1939-1945) S2c S2c-0000 Seaman Second Class
Reed, Giles Russell, PO2, (1939-1943) S2c S2c-0000 Seaman Second Class
Short, William Edward, PO1, (1940-1945) S2c S2c-0000 Seaman Second Class
Parks, Raymond Anthony, PO1, (1939-1944) F2c F2c-0000 Fireman 2nd Class

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