USS Henley (DD-391)
|Built by||Mare Island Navy Yard (Vallejo, California, U.S.A.)|
|Laid down||28 Oct 1935|
|Launched||12 Jan 1937|
|Commissioned||14 Aug 1937|
|Lost||3 Oct 1943|
|Loss position||07.40S, 148.06E|
(Cdr Carlton Rolla Adams) was sunk after being torpedoed by the Japanese
submarine RO-108 off Cape
Cretin, New Guinea in position 07º40'S, 148°06'E.
15 crewmembers lost their lives and the Commanding officer Commander Adams survived though wounded.
|Commanders||Lt.Cdr. Henry Young McCown, USN 14 Aug 1937 May 1938|
|Lt.Cdr. Ruthledge Barker Tomkins, USN 1940|
|Cdr. Robert Hall Smith, USN 1941|