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The USS Herndon was the first to engage the batteries around 0655hrs, and twice more through 0815hrs. Around 0740hrs, the destroyer USS Shubrick was provided coordinates of the batteries from a spotter plane and engaged them with 5in fire. Although this temporarily halted the German gunfire, at 0820hrs the Maisy batteries tried to engage Shubrick with data from their forward observer bunkers on the coast. The Shubrick responded, and again temporarily silenced the bunkers. Around noon, the Maisy batteries again tried to strike targets on Utah Beach and this time were targeted by the cruiser HMS Hawkins and the The Raid Dutch gunboat HNMS Soemba.
Of the 54 J-projectors on the LCAs, only 19 grapnels were successfully launched over the cliff edge. The LCA 887 team fired two J-projectors on reaching the beach, but recognizing the problem posed by the waterlogged ropes, dismantled the remaining four launchers and carried them to shore. Sgt John Cripps then launched the rockets by hand using a battery, becoming injured and partly blinded by the launch blast. Only two of the smaller Schmuerly rockets were successfully fired, both with the LCA 861 team.
Cdr Dennis on Princc Charles, having failed to receive the signal and not seeing the alternate flare signals from Pointe-du-Hoc, decided to follow the plan and order the three flotillas to land on Dog Green. However, the radio on ML 163 also failed but the Fairmile led the flotillas towards Dog Green according to plan. The 501st Flotilla containing Cos A and B, 2nd Rangers, was on the right side of the assault wave and heading towards the eastern shoulder of the Vierville draw into the Stiitzpunkt Vierville kill-zone.