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USS Sellstrom (DE-255) After trial runs and tests, final outfitting, and shakedown, "Sellstrom" departed Bermuda on 3 December 1943 for the east coast, arriving at Charleston Navy Yard on the 6th. On 13 December, the escort vessel departed Charleston, South Carolina, and proceeded to Norfolk, Virginia, arriving on the 15th.
USS Sellstrom (DE-255) On 13 January 1944, "Sellstrom" departed Norfolk as a unit of Task Force 63 bound for Gibraltar. On 31 January, Task Force 63 stood into the Straits of Gibraltar, turned over the escort of their convoy to British control, and set course to Casablanca, French Morocco.
Edward Robert Sellstrom Edward Robert Sellstrom was born in Ottawa, Ontario. He graduated from Gustavus Adolphus College, St. Peter, Minnesota in 1939.
Edward Robert Sellstrom On 20 February 1942, Ensign Sellstrom intercepted an enemy bomber, determinedly pursued it through clouds and rain, and assisted in shooting it down despite heavy machine gun and cannon fire. Later that day, he intercepted and shot down another aircraft during an attack directed at his carrier by nine enemy bombers. As a result of his "skillful marksmanship and courage," he was awarded the Navy Cross. Ensign Sellstrom was killed in an airplane crash on 21 June 1942.
USS Sellstrom (DE-255) After preparations on 10 and 11 August at the Boston Navy Yard, "Sellstrom" again reported for convoy duty. She successfully escorted sections of convoy TCU-35 into the Clyde and Loch Ewe, Scotland, and into Lough Foyle, Northern Ireland, on 21 and 22 August. The destroyer escort then berthed at Derry from 23 to 26 August. Underway again on the 27th, "Sellstrom" escorted convoy UCT-35 back to the east coast, arriving on 5 September.
USS Sellstrom (DE-255) From December 1945 through February 1946, "Sellstrom" operated in the postwar Pacific, visiting such ports as Tsingtao, China; Jinsen, Korea; and Pearl Harbor. From 17 to 20 March, the destroyer escort transited the Panama Canal en route to drydocking in Charleston. In April 1946, "Sellstrom" was placed out of commission, in reserve.
Edward Robert Sellstrom He enlisted in the U.S. Naval Reserve as Seaman second class at Minneapolis, Minnesota, on 14 January 1941 and was appointed Aviation Cadet at Pensacola, Florida, on 20 March 1941. On 15 September 1941, he was commissioned Ensign, USNR. After duty in the Advanced Carrier Training Group, U.S. Pacific Fleet, he was assigned to Fighter Squadron 3, on board carrier USS Lexington (CV-2).
USS Sellstrom (DE-255) On 11 April, "Sellstrom" joined convoy GUS-36 for the trip back to the United States. As flagship of Escort Division 23, "Sellstrom" guided the New York section of the convoy into the swept channel on 1 May and patrolled the area until all merchant vessels had pilots on board. On 2 May, "Sellstrom" anchored in Gravesend Bay to unload ammunition prior to going to the Navy Yard for repairs.
USS Sellstrom (DE-255) After operating in the Caribbean early in June, she set her course for Charleston, South Carolina, arriving on 17 June 1945.
USS Sellstrom (DE-255) On 1 November 1955, "Sellstrom" was taken out of the Atlantic Reserve Fleet and was brought to the Brooklyn Navy Yard for overhaul and conversion to a radar picket escort ship. Having been redesignated DER-255, "Sellstrom" was recommissioned on 1 October 1956 and joined the Atlantic Fleet.