THE SHIP'S OFFICE
Destroyerman are from every state in the union and are of all faiths. They are proud to wear the uniform of a Navy, ready to protect the freedom and security of the United States.
"...Destroyermen have always been a proud people. They have been the elite. They have to be a proud people and they have to be specially selected, for destroyer life is a rugged one. It takes physical stamina to stand up under the rigors of a tossing DD. It takes even more spiritual stamina to keep going with enthusiasm when you are tired and you feel that you, and your ship, are being used as a workhorse. It is true that many people take destroyers for granted and that is all the more reason why destroyer Captains can be proud of their accomplishments."
The United States Ship Lowry (DD-770) proudly served her country from 1944 until 1973. During her active duty years she participated in World War II, Bikini Test (Operation Crossroads), Korean War, Cuban Blockade, Gemini Recovery, and Vietnam War. This site is dedicated to the men who served aboard the LOWRY and their memories. The site is maintained by Kenneth Pounders (YN2 66-69). Your help is needed in preserving the history of our Ship. Any suggestions, ideas,or additions to this site are welcome. Please E-Mail me today. Thank you and enjoy the LOWRY.
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