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USS William Ward Burrows (AP-6) - Operational Service - Minor Damage From Typhoon
... William Ward Burrows plunged through the tempest, "like a sailboat between two mountains of water", as the ships' historian later recounted ... Fortunately, William Ward Burrows suffered little damage - one life raft lost over the side - and she and Caravan continued their voyage ... Altering course toward Ulithi Atoll, William Ward Burrows effected the necessary minor repairs to the storm damage suffered in the typhoon before she again got underway on 9 October ...
USS William Ward Burrows (AP-6) - Operational Service - Run Aground At Guadalcanal
... Shortly thereafter, William Ward Burrows proceeded to Lunga Roads, off Kukum Point, Guadalcanal, and dropped anchor ... In an effort to get out of the predicament, William Ward Burrows rang down full speed astern at 1752 and attempted to use her stern anchor as a kedge but the ship refused to budge. 1904, but darkness intervened and kept William Ward Burrows aground for the night ...

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