Ismay James Tyson DSO, DSC, RD, RNR
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Warship Commands listed for Ismay James Tyson, RNR
|HMS Wallflower (K 44)||Lt.Cdr.||Corvette||14 Feb 1941||mid 1942|
|HMS Buxton (H 96)||Lt.Cdr.||Destroyer||25 Jul 1942||mid 1943|
|HMS Keppel (D 84 / I 84)||Cdr.||Destroyer||2 Dec 1943||mid 1945|
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Corvette HMS Wallflower (K 44)
19 Aug 1941
HMS Wallflower (Lt.Cdr. I.J. Tyson, RN) picks 10 survivors from the British passenger ship Aguila that was torpedoed and sunk by German U-boat U-201 west-south-west of Fastnet Rock in position 49°23'N, 17°56'W.
Destroyer HMS Keppel (D 84 / I 84)
24 Feb 1944 (position 69.27, 4.53)
The attack with depth charges carried out by the British destroyer HMS Keppel (Cdr. I.J. Tyson, DSC, RNR) in the Norwegian Sea north-west of Narvik, Norway, in position 69°27'N, 04°53'E, was directed against the German U-boat U-313 inflicting no damage and not responsible for the loss of the German U-boat U-713 as earlier thought.
2 Apr 1944 (position 73.28, 13.04)
German U-boat U-360 was sunk in the Norwegian Sea south-west of Bear Island, in position 73°28'N, 13°04'E, by British destroyer HMS Keppel (Cdr. I.J. Tyson, DSC, RNR).
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