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USS LST-1067


USS LST-1068


USS LST-1069


USS LST-1071


USS LST-1073


USS LST-1076


USS LST-1077


USS LST-1080


USS LST-1082


USS LST-1096


USS LST-1110


USS LST-1123


USS LST-1146


USS William P. Biddle (APA-8)

USS William P. Biddle was a Heywood -class attack transport that served with the US Navy during World War II. Initially laid-down for the British government as War Surf, the ship that ultimately became known as William P. Biddle was completed in ...


Haskell-class attack transports


Allied Chinese Ships

The terms Allied Chinese Ships and Allied China Fleet refer to 32 vessels of the Hong Kong-based China Navigation Company requisitioned by the Royal Navy and the Royal Australian Navy during World War II. Following the Battle of Singapore in earl ...


French ship LAraignee (A727)


French ship Scorpion (A728)


French ship Tarentule (A729)


French cruiser Thionville


Bar-class boom defence vessel

HMS Barclose Z174 HMS Barbrake Z173 HMS Barbrook Z03 HMS Barbastel Z276 HMS Barcroft Z22 HMS Barbarian Z18 HMS Barbourne Z170 HMS Bardell Z195 HMS Barbour Z169 HMS Barbridge Z222 HMS Barcombe Z16 HMS Barbette Z242 Broken up October 1965 in Belgiu ...


Net-class boom defence vessel

HMS Burgonet Z33 HMS Bayonet Z05 HMS Dragonet Z82 HMS Planet Z50 HMS Falconet Z19 HMS Bownet Z90 HMS Sonnet Z47 HMS Signet Z10 HMS Martinet Z41 HMS Plantagenet Z63 HMS Magnet Z27


World War II net laying ships of the United States


Chicopee-class oiler

The Chicopee -class oilers were oilers operated by the United States Navy during World War II. There were two ships of the class, and both survived the war.


Clemson-class destroyer

The Clemson class was a series of 156 destroyers which served with the United States Navy from after World War I through World War II. The Clemson -class ships were commissioned by the United States Navy from 1919 to 1922, built by Newport News S ...


Hamul-class destroyer tender

The Hamul -class destroyer tender was a class of ships that served the United States Navy From 1941 to 1969. Known Ships USS Hamul AD-20 USS Markab AD-21


Wickes-class destroyer

The Wickes -class destroyers were a class of 111 destroyers built by the United States Navy in 1917–19. Along with the 6 preceding Caldwell -class and 156 subsequent Clemson -class destroyers, they formed the "flush-deck" or "four-stack" type. On ...


Cimarron-class oiler (1939)

The Cimarron -class oilers were an underway replenishment class of oil tankers which were first built in 1939 as "National Defense Tankers," United States Maritime Commission Type T3-S2-A1, designed "to conform to the approved characteristics for ...


Dixie-class destroyer tender

The Dixie class destroyer tender was a class of United States Navy destroyer tenders used during World War II. This class design was based on the specifications of USS Dixie and constructed based on drawings for that vessel plus ongoing modificat ...


Fulton-class submarine tender

The Fulton class was a class of United States Navy submarine tenders. The class took its name from the lead ship, USS Fulton, which was commissioned 27 December 1940 by Mare Island Navy Yard and sponsored by Mrs. A. T. Sutcliffe, great-granddaugh ...


General G. O. Squier-class transport

The General G. O. Squier class of transport ships was built for the U.S. Navy during World War II. The class was based upon the Maritime Commission’s Type C4 ship. The class was named for United States Army Major General George Owen Squier. The f ...


Mettawee-class gasoline tanker

The Mettawee -class gasoline tanker was a class of small gasoline tankers based on the Maritime Commission standard T1-M-A2 hull that served in World War II. The ships were completed between 1943 and 1945. Despite being charged with the dangerous ...


Patapsco-class gasoline tanker

The Patapsco class of gasoline tankers were a class of tankers built for the United States Navy during World War II. The class consisted of 23 tankers, designated AOG-1 through AOG-11, and AOG-48 to AOG-59. They served through the Korean War and ...


Net laying ship

A net laying ship, also known as a net layer, net tender, gate ship or boom defence vessel was a type of small auxiliary ship. A net layers primary function was to lay and maintain steel anti-torpedo or anti-submarine nets. Nets could be laid aro ...


Service Squadron

A Service Squadron was a U.S. Navy squadron that supported fleet combat units. Service Squadrons were used by the United States Navy from their inception in 1943 to as late as the early 1980s. At the time of their inception during the Second Worl ...



USS AFDM-2 is an AFDM-3 -class medium auxiliary floating drydock built in Mobile, Alabama by the Alabama Drydock and Shipbuilding Company for the U.S. Navy. Originally named USS YFD-4, Yard Floating Dock-4, she operated by Todd Shipyards at New O ...


ATA-214-class tug

The ATA-214 class was a group of five auxiliary tugs built for the United States Navy in World War II and decommissioned shortly thereafter. They were laid down initially as Ailanthus-class net laying ships, but on 10 July 1944 the last ten ships ...


USS Dapdap (YFB-684)

USS Dapdap was a United States Navy working launch in service from 1908 to 1942. Dapdap YFB-684, a working launch, was attached to the Naval Station, Cavite, Philippine Islands, or the 16th Naval District from 1908 to 1942. Dapdap was lost, 2 Jan ...


USS Richland (YFD-64)

USS Richland was an AFDM-3 -class medium auxiliary floating drydock built in California for the U.S. Navy. Originally named USS YFD-64, she was towed to the Philippines and Guam where she served until wars end. In 1946 she was placed back into se ...


Stratford-class transport

The Stratford class transport was a class of transport ship that served with the United States Navy during World War II. Their purpose was to transport soldiers to overseas service.


USS Uncas (YT-242)

Uncas was placed in an inactive status at Boston, Massachusetts, in March 1946. She was stricken from the Navy List in January 1947 and sold to private ownership on 16 May 1947.


USS West Point (AP-23)


USS Yukon (AF-9)

USS Yukon was an Arctic -class stores ship in service with the United States Navy from 1921 to 1922 and from 1940 to 1946. She was scrapped in 1947.


Abnaki-class tugs


Ailanthus-class net laying ships


Altair-class destroyer tenders


Artemis-class attack cargo ships


Arundel-class tugs


Boulder Victory-class cargo ships


Motor torpedo boat tenders of the United States Navy

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