Ross DD-563 - History

Ross DD-563 - History

Ross DD-563

Ross(DD-563: dp. 2,050,1. 376'6", b. 39'8", dr. 17'9", s. 37 k.cpl. 314; a. 5 5", 10 40mm., 7 20mm., 6dcp.,2 dct.,10 21"tt., cl. Fletcher)Ross (DD-563) was laid down 7 September 1942 by the Seattle-Taeoma Shipbuilding Corp., Seattle, Wash., launched 10 September 1943, sponsored by Mrs. William J. Malone and commissioned 21 February 1944, Comdr. Benjamin Coe in command.Ross completed shakedown off California in early May 1944, and on the 5th she sailed for Pearl Harbor. On the 29th she sortied with TF 52 for Eniwetok, whence the fleet sailed for Saipan and the beginning of the Marianas campaign.Attached to the carrier support group, Ross arrived on station in the operating area to the east of Saipan on 14 June Through the landings on the 15th, and until the 19th, she remained in that area providing screening and plane guard services for the carriers. On the l0 th she headed east with Kalinin Bay to rendezvous with replacement aircraft from Eniwetok. On the 25th, the two ships rejoined the Saipan support force. Ross remained in the vicinity of Saipan and Tinian well into July, interrupting duty there only at the beginning of the month to escort another replacement aircraft run.On 1 August, the destroyer returned to Eniwetok, then headed for the Solomons to rehearse the Palau operation. On 6 September she deDarted Purvis Bay in TG 32.5, the Western Fire Support Group. Off Peleliu by dawn on 12 September, Ross screened the heavier ships as they began bombarding the proposed landing beaches. On the morning of the 13th, she closed White and Orange beaches to provide fire support for the Underwater Demolition Teams (UDTs) clearing the approaches of obstacles and through that day and the next she alternated between that mission and sereening duty. On the night of 14-15 September, she shelled Ngesebus Island and conducted patrols to intercept enemy boat traffic. Then, prior to the 0830 landings, she fired on enemy observation posts in the assault area. After the troops hit the beaches, she shifted to eall fire support and until the 20th rotated that duty with night patrols and picket dutyOn the 20th, Ross headed for Ulithi. Arriving the next day, she covered UDT operations on Asor, Fallalop, and Soelen. On the 23d, she covered the landings on Fallalop and on the 24th she got underway to return to Peleliu.En route Ross stopped in Kossol Roads to embark Maj. Gen. Julian Smith, USMC, and his staff, whom she transported to Peleliu. Arriving on the 26th, she provided harassing fire, eall fire, and illumination until the 29th, when she sailed for Manus to prepare for her last amphibious operation Leyte Gulf.On 12 October, Ross departed the Admiralties. Five days later she arrived off Dinagat Island. On the morning of the 18th, she covered landings there, on Blaek Beaeh 2, then joined TU 77.2.6 to provide cover for that minesweeping and hydrography unit. Her duty, however, ended abruptly less than 15 hours later.At 0133 on the lOth, she struck a mine to port under the forward engineroom and fireroom, and began to list to port.At 0155 she struck a second mine in the vicinity of the after engineroom. The list increased t~ 14°Chickasaw (ATF-83) and Preserver (ARS-8) closed to render assistance.Soon after 0210, Ross jettisoned six torpedoes, all port depth charges, and miscellaneous gear. Topside movable weights were shifted to starboard. The list began to decrease. At 0315, her medical officer, the seriously injured, and the ship's funds were transferred to Chickasaw. At 0343, she was taken in tow by the ATF and 4 hours later anchored off Montoconan Island.Casualties from the mine explosions were three killed, 20 missing, nine injured. At 1204 the anchorage was attacked by Japanese planes. Shrapnel injured two more from Ross'screw.In the afternoon, the destroyer was towed to an anchorage south of Mariquitdaquit Island. At dawn on the 20th, that anchorage was attacked.Salvage work on Ross began. Air attacks caused frequent interuptions, but the work continued. On 23 November, she was shifted to the Northern Transport Area anchorage and on the 24th, she was towed into San Pedro Bay and docked in ARD-19. The frequent air raids continued, and on the 28th, Ross sustained further damage. A "Tojo" crashed into the ARD, passed through the starboard wingwall, and caused gasoline fed flames to encompass the Dock basin deck. As firefighters went to work, another Japanese fighter began a strafing run, but was splashed by gunfire from Ross, the ARD and LST-566.Repairs to Ross were delayed as the ARD's crew repaired the dryDock, but on 13 December the destroyer was underway under tow, for Humboldt Bay. There, further repairs were made and her journey was continued. On 2 March1945 she reached Mare Island.Repairs complete, Ross moved down to San Diego at the end of June and in July she steamed for Pearl Harbor en route back to the Western Carolines. She arrived at Ulithi on 14 August, the day hostilities ended.From 24 August to 4 September, Ross was on air-sea rescue duty as occupation troops were moved by air from Okinawa to Tokyo. On the 5th, she entered Tokyo Bay and into October remained on occupation duty.Ross departed Japan for the United States on 21 October. On 9 November, she reported for inactivation at Seattle, and with the new year, 1946, she shifted to San Diego where she was decommissioned on 4 June.For the next 5 years Ross remained berthed with the Reserve Fleet at San Diego. In the summer of 1951 she was activated and on 27 October she was recommissioned. Into March1952 she operated off southern California. On the 12th, she departed San Diego for the U.S. east coast, arriving at her new homeport, Norfolk, on the 29th. During the spring she operated in the Gulf of Mexico. Local operations ocoupied the summer, and, with the fall, she moved to Philadelphia for overhaul. In February 1953, she again steamed south, operated in the Caribbean into April, then returned to Norfolk to prepare for a summer cruise to Scotland and Norway. In August she was back in the Caribbean, and in September she returned to Norfolk. Further oDerations off the Atlantic seaboard and in the Caribbean followed, then in the spring of 1954 she began a cruise around the world.Departing Norfolk 20 April, Ross transited the Panama Canal and crossed the Pacific. Arrivmg at lfokosuka on 28 May, she served with the 7th Fleet until the end of August ranging from the Sea of Japan to the South China Sea. From 24 to 29 July she participated in operations off Indoehina as residents of North Vietnam were allowed to move to South Vietnam.On 31 August, Ross departed Sasebo. Then, steaming via Hong Kong, Singapore, Colombo, and the Suez Canal, she crossed the Mediterranean, and entered the Atlantic. On 28 October she reached Norfolk.Coastal and Caribbean operations were resumed in May 1955, following an overhaul. In November, she headed east and, for the next 24 months operated with the 6th Fleet in the Mediterranean. Returning to Norfolk on 26 February 1956, she conducted local operations through the spring, then repeated her 1953 schedule—a northern European cruise followed by exercises in the Caribbean.In 1957, the destroyer again deployed to the Mediterranean. Departing the east coast in late October, she arrived at Gibraltar at the end of the month and continued on. On 8 November she transited the Suez Canal and until midDecember operated in the Red Sea, Persian Gulf, Indian Oeean area. She then retransited the Canal, and remained with the 6th Fleet until 16 February 1958.Ross returned to Norfolk 5 March. During the summer, she conducted her last summer cruise to Northern Europe. Into the summer of 1959 she remained on the east coast. In July she operated in the Key West-Guantanamo Bay area andin August she departed Norfolk for Beaumont, Tex., and inactivation.In reserve from 10 August Ross was decommissioned on 6 November 1959. Into 1974 she remains in the inactive fleet, berthed at Norfolk.Ross (DD-563) earned five battle stars during World War II.


USS Ross (DD-563)

USS Ross (DD-563) là một tàu khu trục lớp Fletcher được Hải quân Hoa Kỳ chế tạo trong Chiến tranh Thế giới thứ hai. Nó là chiếc tàu chiến duy nhất của Hải quân Mỹ được đặt theo tên Đại úy Hải quân David Ross, một thuyền trưởng tàu lùng từng phục vụ trong Hải quân Lục địa. Nó hoạt động cho đến hết Thế Chiến II, là chiếc tàu chiến duy nhất của Hải quân Mỹ sống sót qua hai vụ nổ thủy lôi ngầm bên dưới lườn tàu. Nó được cho xuất biên chế năm 1946 nhưng được nhập biên chế trở lại năm 1951 để tiếp tục phục vụ cho đến năm 1959, bị rút đăng bạ năm 1974 và bị đánh chìm như một mục tiêu năm 1978. Nó được tặng thưởng năm Ngôi sao Chiến trận do thành tích hoạt động trong Thế Chiến II.

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USS Ross DD 563 (1944-1959)

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Ross DD-563 - History

Papers (1929-1961, 1982) including correspondence, photographs, citations, reports, war diaries for USS Zane and Trever , accounts of battles at Pearl Harbor and Guadalcanal, publications, orders, and personal materials.

Biographical/historical information

David M. Armstrong (b. 1919) grew up in Cabin John, Md. He graduated from the United States Naval Academy (USNA) in 1941 and spent most of World War II in the Pacific Theatre. He served on the minesweeper USS Zane (DMS 14) from his graduation until 1943 when he was assigned to the USS Terry (DD 513). Armstrong was commanding officer of the USS Higbee (DD 806) from January through September of 1945 when he was transferred to the USS Doyle (DMS 34) where he participated in the Japanese surrender. In 1947, he attended post-graduate school in Naval Intelligence and stayed on as an instructor. From 1951 through 1954 he served as operations officer aboard the USS Rochester (CA 124) and took command of the USS Willis A. Lee (DL 4) in 1957. He was on the staff of Naval Striking and Support Forces in Southern Europe before retiring in 1962. He worked on a daily newspaper in Naples, Fla., as a feature writer for twenty years before moving to North Carolina.

Scope and arrangement

The collection's early correspondence pertains to Armstrong's activities with the Boy Scouts of America, particularly his achievement of Eagle Scout status. Correspondence from Armstrong's years at the USNA include details about his training cruises to Europe (1938), to Panama and Venezuela (1940), and his daily Academy life. Armstrong's first assignment was as a communications officer on the destroyer minesweeper Zane stationed at Pearl Harbor, Hawaii. In some interesting letters (10 and 13 December 1941) home, Ensign Armstrong reports of his survival and safety after the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor. In other letters, Armstrong mentions his promotions to lieutenant (jg) and lieutenant, new commanding officers and crewmates, and he often requests news from home (1941-1942). Throughout the war-time correspondence it is always noted how little Armstrong can actually tell his family for reasons of security, and he continuously reports on censorship of what he can write in his letters.

Correspondence written while Armstrong was assigned to the destroyer Terry begins when the ship was still fitting out in Bath, Me. (January 1943). Included are details such as the ship's condition, his opinion of the senior officers, different social functions including the ship's christening, the training of messboys, his pay, and the hope that his brother Dick would be assigned to the Terry .

Once the ship is commissioned, Armstrong's letters concern his Fleet Gunnery School training (August-September 1943) his relationships with the vessel's other officers the Terry 's fighting abilities and the ship's mascot "Midnite" the dog. Other correspondence mentions the Terry 's new captain (January 1944) his brother Dick's naval assignment and a visit with him post-war plans his promotion from gunnery officer to executive officer and his enjoyment of increased responsibility (March 1944) shore leave (May 1944) crew and officer reassignments and the obstacles to getting his own command.

While on the destroyer Higbee , Armstrong's correspondence (January-September 1945) primarily concerns his new marriage the approaching end of the war his views on the handling of Japan's surrender and Japan's capitulation to American forces in Tokyo Bay (6 September 1945). Also included is a letter from his brother Dick (September 1945) aboard the destroyer USS Ross (DD 563) that describes the general condition and appearance of Japan. The remainder of Armstrong's Pacific Theatre-based letters (October 1945-March 1946) concern his command of the destroyer minesweeper USS Doyle . Discussed are the details of minesweeping operations along the coast of Japan converting surrendered Japanese ships to minesweepers the unavailability of many destroyer minesweepers due to their alteration to fighting ships for an invasion of Japan a description of Shanghai after the war (December 1945) the status of some USNA classmates and his anxiousness to return home. Interspersed throughout the collection's correspondence are letters from Armstrong's father and his wife.

The remaining correspondence pertains to Armstrong's return to the United States (April 1946) his new baby detachment from the Doyle (May 1947) his assignments on various ships, particularly the heavy cruiser Rochester and destroyer Willis A. Lee. Also included are a naval school transcript, education certificate, and a university admissions application.

The remaining files in the collection contain information concerning Armstrong's naval career and fill in the gaps left by censorship of his letters during World War II. First, a file of Armstrong's naval orders and promotion notifications is included and spans his active naval career (1941-1961). Several files relating to the Pearl Harbor attack include maps logbook pages from the destroyer USS Breese (DD 122), USS Perry (DD 340), Zane , and the destroyer minesweeper USS Wasmuth (DMS 15) reports from the destroyers Trever (DD 339), Wasmuth , Zane , and USS Gamble (10-17 December 1941) a bibliography and a tourist brochure. Also included are newspaper articles written by or about Armstrong's Pearl Harbor experiences (1966-1980), a typescript of an article published in American History Illustrated, and the issue itself (August 1974). Another group of records concerns his first-person accounts of the invasion of Guadalcanal (August 1942) and the Battle of Sealark Channel (October 1942). These files contain documents from the ocean tug USS Seminole (AT 65), Trever , and Zane typescripts and an issue of American History Illustrated containing one of Armstrong's articles (October 1973).

Information on the Terry contains a letter from a Marine on Iwo Jima (February 1945) noting the Terry' s actions during battle. Histories of the ship are given for World War II, as well as a directory of officers for that period.

A file of Armstrong's citations and awards include certificates from high school, his USNA years, and World War II until his retirement. Other citations are located in an oversized folder and include a "crossing the line" certificate (July 1942).


1955 – 1959

Coastal and Caribbean operations were resumed in May 1955, following an overhaul. In November, she headed east and, for the next 2½ months, operated with the 6th Fleet in the Mediterranean. Returning to Norfolk on 26 February 1956, she conducted local operations through the spring, then repeated her 1953 schedule—a northern European cruise followed by exercises in the Caribbean.

In 1957, the destroyer again deployed to the Mediterranean. Departing the east coast in late October, she arrived at Gibraltar at the end of the month and continued on. On 8 November she transited the Suez Canal and until mid-December operated in the Red Sea, Persian Gulf, Indian Ocean area. She then retransmitted the Canal, and remained with the 6th Fleet until 16 February 1958.

Ross returned to Norfolk 5 March 1959. During the summer, she conducted her last summer cruise to Northern Europe. Into the summer she remained on the east coast. In July she operated in the Key West-Guantanamo Bay area and in August she departed Norfolk for Beaumont, Tex., and inactivation.

In reserve from 10 August, Ross was decommissioned on 6 November 1959. The ship was stricken from the Naval Vessel Register 1 December 1974. She was sunk as a target off Puerto Rico 26 January 1978.


Ross DD-563 - History

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explosive ordnance disposal team, and the American destroyers Curts and Ross Active was the adopted ship of the town of Burnley in Lancashire, North - West
station ran out of water amid fears of degraded water quality in the river. Ross T. Reid Peppora, NSW. History of Tolarno. Four months ago Kate McBride s
materials for packing and insulating bulk ice, such as rice and wheat chaff hay, tan bark, and even coal dust. He eventually settled on sawdust. When
of radar and the atomic bomb during the Second World War. She invented chaff a radar countermeasure technique credited with reducing losses among Allied
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six articles: The Lyrebird by Mr. M. Sharland The Satinbird by Mr N. Chaffer The Blue Wren s by Mr. Cayley The White - eared Honeyeater by Mr K. Hindwood
brother, caught as an Italian spy. The leading character of the pilot Peter Ross is loosely based on Adrian Warburton the character of the Maltese woman s

of train robberies. The pair and Sundance s lover, Etta Place Katharine Ross flee to Bolivia in search of a more successful criminal career. In 2003
large mesh openings in the net, little or no ground gear, and little or no chaffing gear. Additionally, pelagic trawl doors have different shapes than bottom
4 1 Werder Bremen ESPN FC. 31 August 2013. Retrieved 31 August 2013. Chaffer Alex 10 May 2015 Wolfsburg sign Gladbach s Max Kruse dw.de. Retrieved
into custody, along with the housekeeper as an accomplice. Holmes lightly chaffs his rival for neglecting Blackheath, where he acquired the key information
run unsuccessfully for a seat on the Legislative Council William Henry Chaffers was elected in a by - election in October 1856. resigned his seat in 1857
list link HEMP AS WEED CONTROL www.gametec.com. Retrieved 2008 - 07 - 09. Ross Merrill A. Lembi, Carole A. 2008 Applied Weed Science: Including the
joke after joke, and chaff you out of your life if he gets a chance. His chaff is always good - tempered. No one minds being chaffed by Burnand. I will not
First to Thine Own Self John Agar, Sheree North, Dennis Holmes, and Ross Elliott 2.24, Another s Footsteps and Peter Breck and Bruce Dern 2
with convicted drug dealer Shane Waters relating to a big bag of horse chaff were recorded by police phone taps in 2003. In April 2010, Kerr was ordered
less probable guesses can be arrived at on that subject. William Stewart Ross 1844 - 1906 wrote under the name of Saladin. He was associated with Victorian

system comprises Two BAE Systems Shield Mark 2 decoy launchers which fire chaff to 2 kilometres 1.2 mi and infrared rockets to 169 metres 185 yd in
Richard Ketteridge and Alec Coleman 11 episodes Freddie Payne, Derek Chaffer and Lindsay Hooper 1 episode and Jimmy Mac 22 episodes among others
crisis in Libya, Commander Nathan Borchers, Command Master Chief Susan Bruce - Ross six other chiefs, one junior officer, and one petty officer of Stout were
symbol. The Red Cross Board of Directors hired her as a change agent but chaffed at her steely managerial style and their loss of control over day - to - day
On 7 April 2017, a total of 59 Tomahawk missiles were fired by Porter and Ross at military targets at Shayrat Airbase in Homs, Syria, from their positions
Secretary, Office of the Commissioner of Metropolitan Police. Clifford Chaffer Principal Technical Officer, Compass Department, Admiralty. William Alfred
Hight Memorial Prize for excellence and the honour of wearing the Philip Ross May Gown at the graduation ceremony. Awarded a scholarship, Hayward went
Royal Army Medical Corps, attd. 72nd Field Ambulance Lieutenant Richard Chaffer 1 4th Battalion, South Lancashire Regiment Temp Lieutenant Robert Mair
of the mound in the 19th century the workmen found large quantities of chaff and charred wood. This suggests that the hill had been extensively used
the official report, on 25 February, Jarrett s Phalanx CIWS engaged the chaff fired by Missouri as a countermeasure against enemy missiles, and stray

  • Chaffer is a surname. Notable people with the surname include: Ross Chaffer Australian sprint canoeist Norman Chaffer Australian businessman Don and
  • Donald K. Ross and the 21st destroyer of her class. The first Ross DD - 563, was named for David Ross a captain in the Continental Navy. Ross was the 10th
  • World Championships 2013 and second places for Lincoln - Smith and Lucy Chaffer during the 2011 12 Skeleton World Cup. Winter sport in Australia Australia
  • explosive ordnance disposal team, and the American destroyers Curts and Ross Active was the adopted ship of the town of Burnley in Lancashire, North - West
  • station ran out of water amid fears of degraded water quality in the river. Ross T. Reid Peppora, NSW. History of Tolarno. Four months ago Kate McBride s
  • materials for packing and insulating bulk ice, such as rice and wheat chaff hay, tan bark, and even coal dust. He eventually settled on sawdust. When
  • of radar and the atomic bomb during the Second World War. She invented chaff a radar countermeasure technique credited with reducing losses among Allied
  • David Jonathon Byrnes For public service. Thomas Ross Caddy For community service. Norman Chaffer For service to conservation. Milton Harvey Checker
  • six articles: The Lyrebird by Mr. M. Sharland The Satinbird by Mr N. Chaffer The Blue Wren s by Mr. Cayley The White - eared Honeyeater by Mr K. Hindwood
  • brother, caught as an Italian spy. The leading character of the pilot Peter Ross is loosely based on Adrian Warburton the character of the Maltese woman s
  • of train robberies. The pair and Sundance s lover, Etta Place Katharine Ross flee to Bolivia in search of a more successful criminal career. In 2003
  • large mesh openings in the net, little or no ground gear, and little or no chaffing gear. Additionally, pelagic trawl doors have different shapes than bottom
  • 4 1 Werder Bremen ESPN FC. 31 August 2013. Retrieved 31 August 2013. Chaffer Alex 10 May 2015 Wolfsburg sign Gladbach s Max Kruse dw.de. Retrieved
  • into custody, along with the housekeeper as an accomplice. Holmes lightly chaffs his rival for neglecting Blackheath, where he acquired the key information
  • run unsuccessfully for a seat on the Legislative Council William Henry Chaffers was elected in a by - election in October 1856. resigned his seat in 1857
  • list link HEMP AS WEED CONTROL www.gametec.com. Retrieved 2008 - 07 - 09. Ross Merrill A. Lembi, Carole A. 2008 Applied Weed Science: Including the
  • joke after joke, and chaff you out of your life if he gets a chance. His chaff is always good - tempered. No one minds being chaffed by Burnand. I will not
  • First to Thine Own Self John Agar, Sheree North, Dennis Holmes, and Ross Elliott 2.24, Another s Footsteps and Peter Breck and Bruce Dern 2
  • with convicted drug dealer Shane Waters relating to a big bag of horse chaff were recorded by police phone taps in 2003. In April 2010, Kerr was ordered
  • less probable guesses can be arrived at on that subject. William Stewart Ross 1844 - 1906 wrote under the name of Saladin. He was associated with Victorian
  • system comprises Two BAE Systems Shield Mark 2 decoy launchers which fire chaff to 2 kilometres 1.2 mi and infrared rockets to 169 metres 185 yd in
  • Richard Ketteridge and Alec Coleman 11 episodes Freddie Payne, Derek Chaffer and Lindsay Hooper 1 episode and Jimmy Mac 22 episodes among others
  • crisis in Libya, Commander Nathan Borchers, Command Master Chief Susan Bruce - Ross six other chiefs, one junior officer, and one petty officer of Stout were
  • symbol. The Red Cross Board of Directors hired her as a change agent but chaffed at her steely managerial style and their loss of control over day - to - day
  • On 7 April 2017, a total of 59 Tomahawk missiles were fired by Porter and Ross at military targets at Shayrat Airbase in Homs, Syria, from their positions
  • Secretary, Office of the Commissioner of Metropolitan Police. Clifford Chaffer Principal Technical Officer, Compass Department, Admiralty. William Alfred
  • Hight Memorial Prize for excellence and the honour of wearing the Philip Ross May Gown at the graduation ceremony. Awarded a scholarship, Hayward went
  • Royal Army Medical Corps, attd. 72nd Field Ambulance Lieutenant Richard Chaffer 1 4th Battalion, South Lancashire Regiment Temp Lieutenant Robert Mair
  • of the mound in the 19th century the workmen found large quantities of chaff and charred wood. This suggests that the hill had been extensively used
  • the official report, on 25 February, Jarrett s Phalanx CIWS engaged the chaff fired by Missouri as a countermeasure against enemy missiles, and stray

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Friends: A Complete Timeline of Ross & Rachel’s Relationship

Ross and Rachel met in high school, and even though Ross was in a higher grade, that didn’t stop him from developing a crush on her, though he never really made a move. Rachel lost touch with Ross and Monica until she ran into Monica a year prior to the pilot episode, and she later moved in with her after running away from her wedding. Though Ross confessed having a crush on her in the first episodes, their relationship started to blossom in the fifth episode.

  • ”The One With The East German Laundry Detergent” (season 1) - Rachel kisses him as a “thank you” for teaching her how to do laundry.
  • ”The One Where Ross Finds Out” (season 2) - After an argument at the coffee shop, they kiss again.
  • ”The One With The List” (season 2) - Ross makes a list of pros and cons of Julie and Rachel to decide between the two, but after Rachel finds the list, their relationship (whatever it was at that point) ends.
  • ”The One With The Prom Video” (season 2) - She kisses him again after watching a video from their teenage years and officially become a couple.

Ross and Rachel (Finally) Dating (seasons 2-3)

  • "The One Where Ross And Rachel… You Know” (season 2) - And it happened at the museum.
  • ”The One Where Old Yeller Dies” (season 2) - Ross and Rachel say “I love you” for the first time.
  • "The One Where Ross And Rachel Take A Break” (season 3) - After a failed anniversary celebration, they argue over Rachel's friendship with her coworker, Mark, which prompts her to say they should “take a break”.
  • ”The One With The Morning After” (season 3) - Ross sleeps with Chloe, the girl from the copy place. Rachel wants to get back with him, but after learning what he did, they get into a heated argument, with their relationship officially ending.

Post Break-Up (seasons 3-6)

  • "The One At The Beach” (season 3) - Ross is dating Bonnie, Phoebe’s friend. Rachel confesses to Ross she still has feelings for him, and they kiss.
  • ”The One With The Jellyfish: (season 4) - They get back together. However, they end up arguing and breaking up. again.
  • ”The One With Joey’s Dirty Day” (season 4) - Ross and Rachel finally get along again, and she asks him to take Emily, her boss’ niece, to the theater so she can go out with Joshua. That’s the beginning of the Ross/Emily relationship.
  • ”The One With All The Haste” (season 4) - Ross and Emily announce their engagement.
  • ”The One With Ross’ Wedding, Part 1” (season 4) - After admitting she’s still in love with Ross, she flies to London to stop the wedding.
  • ”The One With Ross’ Wedding, Part 2” (season 4) - She decides not to tell Ross what she really feels. and he ends up saying her name instead of Emily’s at the altar.
  • ”The One With The Yeti” (season 5) - Ross chooses his friends over Emily and ends his marriage over the phone.
  • ”The One In Vegas, Part 2” (season 5) - Ross and Rachel get incredibly drunk and get married in Vegas.
  • ”The One With Joey’s Porsche” (season 6) - After much trouble, they finally sign the divorce.

Post-Divorce (seasons 6-7)

  • ”The One With Monica’s Thunder” (season 7) - After dating other people for a while, they almost sleep together again as a “bonus night”.

Ross and Rachel Have a Baby.

  • ”The One After ‘I Do’” (season 8) - Rachel confirms she’s pregnant.
  • ”The One With The Red Sweater” (season 8) - It’s revealed that Ross is the father of Rachel’s baby.
  • ”The One Where Rachel Is Late” (season 8) - Rachel gives birth to their daughter, Emma.
  • ”The One Where Monica Sings” (season 9) - Ross and Rachel argue over their dating lives, and Rachel moves back with Joey.

Rachel and Joey briefly date in season 10, and then it’s all about Ross and Rachel again as she’s offered a job in Paris, and Ross realizes he’s still in love with her. In the series’ finale, Ross chases after her and tells her (at the airport) that he still loves her. He goes back to his apartment, believing Rachel is on her way to Paris, only to find out that she got off the plane. Ross and Rachel end up together, and it’s assumed they got married at some point. These two had, by far, the most complicated relationship in Friends.


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