Some articles on sailed:

USS Alchiba (AKA-6) - Operational History - 1945
... Two weeks later, the ship sailed to Morehaven(?), California, to load cargo and got underway on 20 March for Pearl Harbor ... The cargo ship left the shipyard on 3 June sailed to the Naval Supply Depot, Oakland, California took on cargo there and put to sea on the 15th, bound for ... The ship sailed again on 8 July for Eniwetok, Marshall Islands Ulithi, Caroline Islands Guam, Mariana Islands and Manila, Philippines ...
William Shubrick - Biography
... At the outbreak of the war with Mexico, Shubrick requested sea duty and, in Independence, sailed for the California coast to relieve Commodore John D ... In April, Shubrick sailed for the coast of Mexico to head the blockade of Mazatlán and Guaymas ... restored him to overall command on 19 July and sailed for the East Coast ...
USS Stockdale (DE-399) - Operational History
... The division sailed from Norfolk on 24 March with convoy UGS 37 bound for North Africa ... Stockdale sailed for Honshū, Japan on 1 September as escort for the carrier Matanikau ... After a brief stay in Japanese home waters, the ship sailed for Guam and operated as a weather station ship ...
USS Braxton (APA-138) - A Bad Start For World War II Service - Heading To The Combat Area With Troops On Board
... On the morning of 9 April, the attack transport sailed for the Marshalls in convoy PD-372T—with also USS Bottineau (APA-235), Sea Flasher, and the ... up additional escorts in the form of USS Change (AM-159) and PCE-898, the convoy sailed thence for the Marianas ... That afternoon, the transport sailed for Oahu ...
USS Almaack (AKA-10) - End-of-war Operations
... a small portion of her cargo there, she sailed to Subic Bay, arriving on the 26th ... From the Philippines she sailed thence to Japan, reaching Nagoya on 28 October to embark men of the Army's llth Replacement Depot, and sailed for Portland, Oregon ...

Famous quotes containing the word sailed:

    Sometimes we sailed as gently and steadily as the clouds overhead, watching the receding shores and the motions of our sail; the play of its pulse so like our own lives, so thin and yet so full of life, so noiseless when it labored hardest, so noisy and impatient when least effective; now bending to some generous impulse of the breeze, and then fluttering and flapping with a kind of human suspense.
    Henry David Thoreau (1817–1862)

    Small pity for him!—He sailed away
    From a leaking ship in Chaleur Bay,—
    John Greenleaf Whittier (1807–1892)

    They sailed away, for a year and a day,
    To the land where the Bong-Tree grows,
    Edward Lear (1812–1888)