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HMS Juno - World Naval Ships Directory

HMS Juno

Name : HMS Juno
Laid Down : 5th October 1937
Launched : 8th December 1938
Completed : 25th August 1939
Type : Destroyer
Class : J
Builder : Fairfield
Country : UK
Pennants : F46, G46
Fate : Sunk 21st May 1941.

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HMS Juno, 1940.

Timeline Entries :


8th December 1938 - Pennant F46
8th December 1938 - Launched
July 1939 - Cdr. William Eames Wilson, RN In Command
24th August 1939 - Completed. Joined the 7th Destroyer Flotilla operating with the Humber Force
24th August 1939 - Commissioned
3rd September 1939 - Arrived the Humber
17th October 1939 - Fired on German aircraft shadowing her SW of Farne Island
26th October 1939 - Sailed Methil escorting Convoy FS.27
28th October 1939 - Arrived Southend
29th October 1939 - Sailed the Humber on operation AG
30th October 1939 - Arrived the Humber
5th November 1939 - Sent to ivestigate sighting a U-boat four miles SE of Flamborough Head
6th November 1939 - Joined Convoy FS.32. Detached evening the same day. Proceeded to Rosyth
7th November 1939 - Met HMS Adventure off Inchkeith, and safely escorted to Grimsby
10th November 1939 - Sailed Immingham
11th November 1939 - Joined Convoy FN.35 at sea
15th November 1939 - Sailed Grimsby to join Convoy FN.37
18th November 1939 - Joined Convoy FS.38 for one day
21st November 1939 - Sailed Immingham and were on a patrol in the North Sea, designated operation BT.2
24th November 1939 - Damaged in a collision alongside an oiler at Immingham
30th November 1939 - Repairs complete
4th December 1939 - Sailed the Tyne escorting Convoy FS.49
5th December 1939 - Arrived Southend with Convoy FS.49
6th December 1939 - Sailed the Humber towing HMS Jersey
7th December 1939 - Action off Cromer
10th December 1939 - Sailed the Humber to sweep for U-boats off Terschelling
11th December 1939 - Arrived the Humber
13th December 1939 - Sailed Humberside for anti-submarine patrols
16th December 1939 - Sailed Grimsby for Scapa Flow
17th December 1939 - Sailed Scapa Flow and refuelled at Sullom Voe
19th December 1939 - Sailed Sullom Voe to join Convoy NV.2
24th December 1939 - Arrived Methil with Convoy NV.2
27th December 1939 - Escorted tanker Bedale H from Killingholm to Middlesborough
3rd January 1940 - Sailed the Tyne but anchored due to Fog
14th January 1940 - Ordered to Harwich to support operation ST 2
15th January 1940 - Escorted Operation ST 2
23rd January 1940 - Sailed the Humber with minelayer Princess Victoria for operation LB
26th January 1940 - On a sweep off the SW of Norway.
27th January 1940 - Joined Convoy HN.9b
1st February 1940 - Escorting convoy HN.9B, made an attack on a submarine contact.
2nd February 1940 - Arrived Methil with Convoy HN.9B
28th February 1940 - Sailed Southend escorting Convoy FN.106
29th February 1940 - Sailed the Tyne escorting Convoy FS.109
1st March 1940 - Arrived the Tyne escorting Convoy FN.106
2nd March 1940 - Arrived Southend
3rd March 1940 - Arrived Rosyth for escort duty with convoy ON.17A
4th March 1940 - Sailed Methil escorting Convoy ON.17
4th March 1940 - Detached ON.17A to investigate a submarine contact six miles NE of Aberdeen
4th March 1940 - Arrived Bergen with Convoy ON.17
6th March 1940 - Arrived Rosyth from convoy duty with defects
9th March 1940 - Sailed Rosyth for Hull for repairs
19th March 1940 - Sailed Methil escorting Convoy ON.21
21st March 1940 - Arrived Scapa Flow for repairs
21st March 1940 - Repairs completed. Sailed Scapa Flow to join Convoy ON.21
22nd March 1940 - Joined Convoy HN.21
23rd March 1940 - Arrived Bergen with Convoy ON.21
24th March 1940 - Sailed Southend escorting Convoy FN.128
25th March 1940 - Arrived Methil with Convoy HN.21
26th March 1940 - Arrived on the Tyne with Convoy FN.128
1st April 1940 - 7th Destroyer Flotilla 14th Division
1st April 1940 - Cdr. W.E. Wilson in Command
5th April 1940 - Escort for Convoy ON25 on passage to Norway.
7th September 1940 - 2nd Destroyer Flotilla
7th September 1940 - Battle Of Punto Stilo, Italy
31st October 1940 - Cdr. St. John Reginald Joseph Tyrwhitt, RN In Command
21st May 1941 - Sunk by high altitude Italian bombers off Crete

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Last edited : 19:01, March 29, 2011
By : jbryce1437

First Added : 12:27, December 14, 2010
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