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APA-150: USS Bergen

Haskell-class attack transport (0*)

Laid down, 25 October 1944, as a Maritime Commission hull type (VC2-S-AP5) under Maritime Commission contract (MCV hull 815) at Kaiser Shipbuilding Co. Inc. Vancouver, WA.
Launched, 5 December 1944
Acquired from the Maritime Commission by the Navy 22 December 1944, Astoria, OR.
Commissioned USS Bergen (APA-150), 23 December 1944, at Astoria, OR., CAPT. Ralston B. Vanzant, USN, in command
During World War II USS Bergen was assigned to the Asiatic-Pacific Theater
Following World War II, USS Bergen was assigned to Occupation and China service
Decommissioned, 24 April 1946
Returned to the War Shipping Administration, 26 April 1946, for lay up in the National Defense Reserve Fleet, James River, Lee Hall, VA.
Struck from the Naval Register, 8 May 1946
Final Disposition, 9 April 1973, sold for scrapping to the Union Minerals & Alloys Corp., New York City, delivered, 27 September 1973

APA-151: USS Le Porte

Haskell-class attack transport (1*)

Laid down, 15 May 1944, as a Maritime Commission type (VC2-S-AP5) hull under Maritime Commission contract (MCV hull 117) at Oregon Shipbuilding Group, Portland, OR.
Launched, 30 June 1944
Commissioned USS La Porte (APA-151), 14 August 1944, at Astoria, OR., CDR. Marion C. Thompson USN (21) in command
During World War II USS La Porte was assigned to the Asiatic-Pacific Theater: TransRon Eleven, COMO. D.W. Loomis USN (18); TransDiv Thirty-One and participated in the Okinawa campaign
Following World War II USS La Porte was assigned to Occupation and China service in the Far East
Decommissioned, 25 March 1946, at Norfolk, VA.
Struck from the Naval Register, 12 April 1946
Returned to the War Shipping Administration, 28 March 1946 for lay up in the National Defense Reserve Fleet, James River Group, Lee Hall, VA.
USS La Porte earned one battle star for World War II service
Final Disposition, sold for scrapping, 9 April 1973, to Union Minerals and Alloys Corp., delivered, 22 June 1973

APA-152: USS Latimer

Haskell-class attack transport (1*)

Laid down, date unknown, as a Maritime Commission type (MC standard type VC2-S-AP5) hull under Maritime Commission contract (MCV 118) at Oregon Shipbuilding Corp., Portland OR.
Launched 4 July 1944
Acquired by the Navy from the Maritime Commission and Commissioned USS Latimer (APA-152), 28 August 1944, CAPT. John P. Dix USN in command
During World War II USS Latimer was assigned to the Asiatic-Pacific Theater: TransRon Nineteen, COMO C.D. Edgar USN (12); TransDiv Fifty-Six, CAPT. G.F. Galpin USN (21) and participated in the Okinawa Campaign
Following World War II USS Latimer was assigned to Occupation service in the Far East from 19 September to 2 October 1945
Decommissioned, 26 February 1947, at Norfolk Navy Yard, Norfolk, VA,
Laid up in the Atlantic Reserve Fleet, Norfolk, VA. 
Recommissioned, 23 September 1950, at Portsmouth VA., CAPT. Max L. Catterton in command
USS Latimer was assigned to Occupation service in Europe from 14 September 1951 to 29 January 1952 and from 21 September 1954 to 18 January 1955
Decommissioned, 15 May 1956, at Orange TX. and transferred to the Texas Group, Atlantic Reserve Fleet
Returned to the Maritime Administration, 17 March 1960 for lay up in the National Defense Reserve, Mobile AL.
Permanent Title transfer to the Maritime Administration (MARAD), 30 June 1960
Struck from the Naval Register, 1 July 1960
USS Latimer earned two battle stars for World War II service
Final Disposition, sold for scrapping, 28 October 1971, to Union Minerals & Alloys Corp., Delivered, 26 July 1972

APA-153: USS Laurens

Haskell-class attack transport (2*)

Laid down, date unknown, as a Maritime Commission type (VC2-S-AP5) hull under a Maritime Commission contract at Oregon Shipbuilding Group, Portland OR.
Launched, date unknown
Acquired, 6 September 1944 by the Navy from the Maritime Commission
Commissioned USS Laurens (APA-153), 7 September 1944, CAPT. Arthur R. Ponto USN in command
During World War II USS Laurens was assigned to the Asiatic-Pacific Theater: TransRon Fourteen, COMO. D. L. Ryan USN (16); TransDiv Forty-One, CAPT. H.J. Wright USN and participated in the Luzon and Okinawa campaigns
Following World War II USS Laurens was assigned to Occupation service in the Far East
Decommissioned, 10 April 1946, at Norfolk VA.
USS Laurens earned two battle stars for World War II service
Returned to the Maritime Commission, 13 April 1946, for lay up in the National Defense Reserve Fleet, James River, Lee Hall, VA.
Struck from the Naval Register, 1 May 1946
Assigned, 5 February 1956, to the National Defense Reserve Fleet, Hudson River N.Y. Group
Transferred, 10 May 1969 to the National Defense Reserve Fleet, James River Group, Lee Hall VA.
Sold, 3 October 1974, for non-transportation use to Frank W. Watts and K.E. Tureaud, sale terminated
Final Disposition, resold, 1 December 1988, to Farrell Lines for resale to China Resources and Minerals Co. Ltd., Hong Kong for scrapping at Shanghai, China, removed 11 May 1989 

APA-154: USS Lowndes

Haskell-class attack transport (2*)

Laid down (date unknown) as a Maritime Commission type (VC2-S-AP5) hull, under a Maritime Commission contract at Oregon Shipbuilding Group, Portland, OR.
Launched, 18 July 1944
Acquired by the Navy from the Maritime Commission, 13 September 1944, at Portland, OR.
Commissioned USS Lowndes (APA-154), 14 September 1944, CDR. Charles H. Perdue USNR in command
During World War II USS Lowndes was assigned to the Asiatic-Pacific Theater: TransRon Fifteen, CAPT. W. S. Popham USN (14); TransDiv Forty-Five, CAPT. A.C.J. Sabalot USN (20) and participated in the Iwo Jima and Okinawa campaigns
Following World War II USS Lowndes was assigned to Occupation service in the Far East from 25 to 29 September 1945
Decommissioned, 17 April 1946, at Norfolk, VA.
USS Lowndes earned two battle stars for World War II service
Returned to the Maritime Commission, 26 April 1946, for lay up in the National Defense Reserve Fleet, James River Group, Lee Hall, VA.
Struck from the Naval Register, 1 May 1946
Reclassified an Amphibious Transport (LPA-154), 1 January 1969
Final Disposition, sold for scrapping, 17 September 1983, to S. A. Desbar at Santander, Spain, delivered 17 October 1983, scrapping completed, 17 October 1984

APA-155: USS Lycoming

Haskell-class attack transport (1*)

Laid down, 30 May 1944, as a Maritime Commission type (VC2-S-AP5) hull, under Maritime Commission contract (MCV hull 121) at Oregon Shipbuilding Group, Portland, OR;
Launched, 25 July 1944
Acquired by the US Navy from the Maritime Commission and commissioned USS Lycoming (APA-155), 20 September 1944, at Astoria, OR., CDR. David B. Coleman USN (27) in command 
During World War II USS Lycoming was assigned to the Asiatic-Pacific Theater TransRon Fourteen, COMO. D. L. Ryan USN (16); TransDiv Forty-Two, CAPT. A.R. Mack USN (17) and participated in the Okinawa campaign
Following World War II USS Lycoming was assigned to Occupation service in the Far
Decommissioned, 14 March 1946, at Norfolk, VA.
Returned to the Maritime Commission, 21 March 1946, for lay up in the National Defense Reserve Fleet, James River, Lee Hall, VA.
Struck from the Naval Register, 28 March 1946
USS Lycoming earned one battle star for World War II service
Final Disposition, sold for scrapping, 9 April 1973, to Union Minerals & Alloys, Delivered (PD-X-956 dated 5 March 1973) for $111,560.00, Withdrawn, 6 June 1973

APA-156: USS Mellette

Haskell-class attack transport (2*)

Laid down, 3 June 1944, as a Maritime Commission type (VC2-S-AP5) hull, under Maritime Commission contract (MCV hull 122) at Oregon Shipbuilding Corp., Portland, OR.
Launched, 4 August 1944
Acquired by the Navy from the Maritime Commission and commissioned USS Mellette (APA-156), 27 September 1944, CDR. F. H. Spring, USNR, in command
During World War II USS Mellette (APA-156) was assigned to the Asiatic-Pacific Theater: TransRon Fifteen; CAPT. W. S. Popham USN (14); TransDiv Forty-Three (flagship) and participated in the Iwo Jima and Okinawa campaigns
Following World War II USS Mellette was assigned to Occupation service in the Far East
Decommissioned, 31 July 1946, at Norfolk, VA.
Laid up in the Atlantic Reserve Fleet, Yorktown, VA.
Recommissioned, 18 October 1950
USS Mellette was assigned to Occupation service in Europe from 20 September 1953 to 24 January 1954
Decommissioned, 18 June 1955, at Charleston S.C.
USS Mellette earned two battle stars for World War II service
Laid up in the Atlantic Reserve Fleet, Charleston Group
Returned to the Maritime Administration (MARAD), 17 March 1960 for lay up in the National Defense Reserve Fleet, James River Group, Lee Hall, VA.
Permanent transfer to MARAD, 30 June 1960
Struck from the Naval Register, 1 July 1960
Sold, 29 June 1987, to C.J.W. Shipping and Trading Co., San Francisco, CA., for $528,000
Final Disposition, resold, 3 June 1988, to Chi Shun Hua Steel Co. Ltd., Kaohsiung, Taiwan for scrapping

APA-157: USS Napa

Haskell-class attack transport (1*)

Laid down, 7 June 1944, as a Maritime Commission type (VC2-S-AP5) hull, under Maritime Commission contract (MCV hull 123), at Oregon Shipbuilding Group, Portland, OR.
Launched, 12 August 1944
Acquired by the Navy from the Maritime Commission and commissioned USS Napa (APA-157), 1 October 1944, Captain Francis J. Firth in command
During World War II USS Napa was assigned to the Asiatic-Pacific Theater: TransRon Fifteen, CAPT. W.S. Popham USN (14); TransDiv Forty-Four, CAPT. J. H. Seyfried USN and participated in the Iwo Jima campaign
Following World War II USS Napa was assigned to Occupation and China service in the Far
Decommissioned, 24 May 1946, at Baltimore, MD.
Returned to the Maritime Commission, 30 May 1946, for lay up in the National Defense Reserve Fleet, James River, Fort Eustis, VA.
Struck from the Naval Register, 17 June 1946
USS Napa (APA-157) earned one battle star for her service during World War II
Redesignated Amphibious Transport (LPA-157), 1 January 1969
Final Disposition, sold to Connecticut Transport Inc., 17 September 1983. Trade out for SS Connecticut MARAD contact # MA-11433. Withdrawn from the Reserve Fleet an delivered to Filia Oil N.V., Netherlands Antilles, 15 December 1983

APA-158: USS Newberry

Haskell-class attack transport (2*)

Laid down, 10 June 1944, as a Maritime Commission type (VC2-S-AP) hull under Maritime Commission contract (MCV hull 124), at Oregon Shipbuilding, Portland, OR.
Launched, 24 August 1944
Acquired by the Navy from the Maritime Commission, 6 October 1944
Commissioned USS Newberry (APA-158), 7 October 1944, CDR. David R. Phoebus USNR in command
During World War II USS Newberry was assigned to the Asiatic-Pacific Theater: TransRon Fifteen, CAPT. W. S. Popham USN (14); TransDiv Forty-Five, CAPT. A.C.J. Sabalot USN (20) and participated in the Iwo Jima and Okinawa campaigns
Following World War II USS Newberry was assigned to Occupation service in the Far East
Decommissioned, 21 February 1946
Returned to the Maritime Commission, 3 March 1946, for lay up in the National Defense Reserve Fleet, James River, Lee Hall, VA.
Struck from the Naval Register, 12 March 1946
USS Newberry earned two battle stars for World War II service
Final Disposition, sold for scrapping to Connecticut Transport Inc., New York, N.Y., 17 September 1983, resold the same day to Desguaces Aviles, S.A. scrapped, 8 June 1984 in Spain

APA-159: USS Darke

Haskell-class attack transport (2*)

Laid down as a Maritime Commission type (VC2-S-AP5) hull, under Maritime Commission contract (MCV 125) at Oregon Shipbuilding Group, Portland OR
Launched, 29 August 1944
Acquired by the US Navy from the Maritime Commission and Commissioned USS Darke (APA-159), 10 October 1944, CAPT. McFarland W. Wood USN (23) in command
During World War II USS Darke was assigned to the Asiatic-Pacific Theater: TransRon Sixteen, COMO J. R. McGovern USN; TransDiv Forty-Six and participated in the Iwo Jima and Okinawa campaigns
Following World War II USS Darke was assigned to Occupation service in the Far East from 2 September to 20 October 1945
Decommissioned, 21 April 1946
USS Darke earned two battle stars for World War II service
Returned to the Maritime Commission, 22 April 1946, for lay up in the National Defense Reserve Fleet, James River Group, Lee Hall, VA.
Struck from the Naval Register, 1 May 1946
Final Disposition, sold for scrapping, 11 July 1974, to Sparreboon Shipbrokers B. V., Rotterdam, Netherlands, Delivered 5 September 1974

APA-160: USS Deuel

Haskell-class attack transport (2*)

Laid down, 17 June 1944, as a Maritime Commission type (VC2-S-AP5) hull, under Maritime Commission contract (MCV hull 126) at Oregon Shipbuilding Co., Portland, OR.
Launched, 9 September 1944
Acquired from the Maritime Commission and Commissioned USS Deuel (APA-160), 13 October 1944, CAPT. Douthey G. McMillan USN in command
During World War II USS Deuel was assigned to Asiatic-Pacific Theater: TransRon Sixteen, COMO J. R. McGovern USN; TransDiv Forty-Six (flagship) and participated in the Iwo Jima and the Okinawa campaigns
After World War II USS Deuel was assigned to Occupation service in the Far East
Decommissioned, 17 May 1946, at Norfolk, VA.
Laid up in the Atlantic Reserve Fleet, Norfolk, VA.
Recommissioned, 23 October 1950
USS Deuel was assigned to Occupation service in Europe from 6 October 1952 to 26 January 1953
Decommissioned, 27 June 1956, for lay up in the Atlantic Reserve Fleet
Struck from the Naval Register, 1 December 1958
USS Deuel earned two battle stars for World War II service
Permanent transfer, 2 June 1959, to the National Defense Reserve Fleet, James River Group, Lee Hall, VA.
Returned to the Maritime Administration for lay up in the National Defense Reserve Fleet, James River Group, Fort Eustis, VA.
Final Disposition, sold for scrapping, 7 May 1974, to Luria Bros. and Co. Inc. (PD-X-975) for $310,989.00. Withdrawn for the National Defense Reserve Fleet and delivered to Luria Bros. and Co. Inc., 10 May 1974

APA-161: USS Dickens

Haskell-class attack transport (2*)

Laid down as a Maritime Commission type (VC2-S-AP5) hull under a Maritime Commission contract at Oregon Shipbuilding Group, Portland OR.
Launched, 8 September 1944
Acquired by the Navy from the Maritime Commission and Commissioned USS Dickens (APA-161), 18 October 1944, CAPT. Robert M. Ingram, USNR, in command
During World War II USS Dickens was assigned to Asiatic-Pacific Theater: TransRon Sixteen, COMO J.R. McGovern USN; TransDiv Forty-Eight CAPT. C. L. Andrews Jr. USN (19) and participated in the Iwo Jima and Okinawa campaigns
Following World War II USS Dickens was assigned to Occupation service in the Far East
Decommissioned, 21 May 1946 at Norfolk, VA. and returned to the Maritime Commission the same day
Struck from the Naval Register, 5 June 1946
USS Dickens earned two battle stars for World War II service
Final Disposition, sold for scrapping, 7 May 1974, to Luria Bros & Co., Inc., Delivered 18 June 1974

APA-162: USS Drew

Haskell-class attack transport (1*)

Laid down, 30 June 1944, as a Maritime Commission type (VC2-S-AP5) hull, under Maritime Commission contract (MCV hull 128) at Oregon Shipbuilding Group, Portland, OR.
Launched, 14 September 1944
Commissioned USS Drew (APA-162), 22 October 1944, CDR. David H. Swinson, USNR, in command
During World War II USS Drew was assigned to Asiatic-Pacific Theater: TransRon Seventeen, COMO. T.B. Brittan USN (20); TransDiv Fifty, CAPT. R.W. Abbot USN (20) and participated in the Okinawa campaign;
Following World War II USS Drew was assigned to Occupation service in the Far East
Decommissioned, 10 May 1946, at Tacoma WA.
Returned to the Maritime Commission, 19 May 1946, for lay up in the National Defense Reserve Fleet, James River, Lee Hall, VA.
Struck from the Naval Register, 21 May 1946
USS Drew earned one battle star for World War II service
Final Disposition, sold for scrapping, 23 January 1974, to Consolidated Steel Corp. Brownsville, TX., Delivered, 1 March 1974

APA-163: USS Eastland

Haskell-class attack transport (1*)

Laid down, 4 July 1944, as a Maritime Commission type (VC2-S-AP5) hull, under a Maritime Commission contract (MCV hull 129) at Oregon Shipbuilding Group, Portland OR.
Launched, 19 September 1944
Acquired by the Navy from the Maritime Commission and Commissioned USS Eastland (APA-163), 26 October 1944, CDR. George L. Harriss USN (17) in command
During World War II Eastland was assigned to the Asiatic-Pacific Theater: TransRon Thirteen, COMO. M. O. Carlson USN (16); TransDiv Thirty-Eight, CAPT. P. P. Welsh USN (18) and participated in the following Okinawa Gunto campaign:
Following World War II USS Eastland was assigned to Occupation and China service in the Far East
Decommissioned, 15 April 1946, at Norfolk, VA.
USS Eastland received one battle star for World War II service
Returned to the Maritime Commission. 16 April 1946, for lay up in the National Defense Reserve Fleet, James River, Lee Hall, VA.
Struck from the Naval Register, 1 May 1946
Final Disposition, sold for scrapping, 23 January 1974, to Consolidated Steel Corp. Brownsville, TX., delivered 1 April 1974

APA-164: USS Edgecombe

Haskell-class attack transport (1*)

Laid down, date unknown, as a Maritime Commission type (VC2-S-AP5) hull, under Maritime Commission contract (MCV hull 130) at Oregon Shipbuilding Group, Portland OR.
Launched, 24 September 1944
Acquired by the Navy from the Maritime Commission and Commissioned USS Edgecombe (APA-164), 30 October 1944, CDR. Francis Wauchope USNR in command 
During World War II USS Edgecombe was assigned to the Asiatic-Pacific Theater: TransRon Eighteen; COMO. J. G. Moyer USN (14); TransDiv Fifty-Two, and participated in the Okinawa Gunto campaign
Following World War II, USS Edgecombe was assigned to Occupation service in the Far East from 20 to 29 September 1945
Decommissioned, 31 January 1947 at Norfolk VA.
Laid up in the Atlantic Reserve Fleet
Struck from the Naval Register, 1 October 1958
USS Edgecombe earned one battle star for World War II service 
Returned to the Maritime Commission, 12 August 1958 for lay up in the National Defense Reserve Fleet, Wilmington N.C. Group
Transferred, 27 November 1964, to the National Defense Reserve Fleet, James River Group, Lee Hall, VA.
Final Disposition, sold, 11 June 1987, to C.J.W. Shipping Co. of San Francisco under a General Agency Agreement for resale to Chi Shun Hwa Steel Co., Kaosiung. Taiwan. Withdrawn from the James River Reserve Fleet, 17 September 1987

APA-165: USS Effingham

Haskell-class attack transport (1*)

Laid down, date unknown, as a Maritime Commission type (VC2-S-AP5) hull, under Maritime Commission contract (MCV hull 131) at Oregon Shipbuilding Group, Portland OR.
Launched, 29 September 1944
Acquired by the Navy from the Maritime Commission at Astoria, OR., 31 October 1944
Commissioned USS Effingham (APA-165), 1 November 1944, CDR. Clayton H. McLaughlin, USNR, in command
During World War II USS Effingham was assigned to the Asiatic-Pacific Theater: TransRon Eighteen COMO. J.G. Moyer USN (14); TransDiv Fifty-Four, CAPT. J.R. Lannom USN (19), and participated in the Okinawa campaign
Following World War II, USS Effingham was assigned to Occupation and China service in the Far East
Decommissioned, 17 May 1946 at Norfolk VA.
Returned to the Maritime Commission, 20 May 1946, for lay up in the National Defense Reserve Fleet, James River Group, Lee Hall, VA.
USS Effingham (APA-165) earned one battle star for World War II service
Struck from the Naval Register, 5 June 1946
Final Disposition, sold for scrapping, 9 April 1973, to Union Minerals & Alloys (PD-X-956) for $111,560.00, withdrawn from the James River Reserve Fleet, 27 September 1973

APA-166: USS Fond Du Lac

Haskell-class attack transport (1*)

Laid down, 25 July 1944, as a Maritime Commission type (VC2-S-AP5) hull under Maritime Commission contract (MCV hull 132) at Oregon Shipbuilding Group, Portland, OR.
Launched, 5 October 1944
Delivered to the Maritime Commission, 5 November 1944
Transferred to the US Navy and commissioned USS Fond Du Lac (APA-166), 6 November 1944, CAPT. Edward P. Creehan USN in command
During World War II USS Fond Du Lac was assigned to the Asiatic-Pacific Theater: TransRon Eighteen COMO. J.G. Moyer USN (14); TransDiv Fifty-Three, CAPT. W.N. Thornton USN and participated in the Okinawa Gunto campaign
Following World War II, USS Fond Du Lac was assigned to Occupation service in the Far East
Decommissioned, 12 April 1946, at Norfolk VA.
Returned to the Maritime Commission, 13 April 1946, for lay up in the National Defense Reserve Fleet, James River Group, Lee Hall, VA.
Struck from the Naval Register, 1 May 1946
USS Fond du Lac earned one battle star for World War II service
Final Disposition, sold for scrapping, 17 May 1974, to M. V. Intershitra for scrapping in the Netherlands, delivered, 21 June 1974

APA-167: USS Freestone

Haskell-class attack transport (1*)

Laid down, 4 September 1944, as a Maritime Commission type (VC2-S-AP5) hull, under Maritime Commission contract (MC hull 133) at Oregon Shipbuilding Corp., Portland, OR.
Launched, 9 October 1944
Acquired by the Navy from the Maritime Commission, 8 November 1944
Commissioned USS Freestone (APA-167), 9 November 1944, at Astoria, OR., CAPT. Charles L. Carpenter USN (26) in command
During World War II USS Freestone (APA-167) was assigned to the Asiatic-Pacific Theater: TransRon Nineteen, COMO. C.D. Edgar; TransDiv Fifty-Seven, CAPT. G.F. Galpin USN (21) and participated in the Okinawa Gunto campaign
Following World War II, USS Freestone was assigned to Occupation service in the Far East
Decommissioned, 17 April 1946, at Norfolk VA.
Returned to the War Shipping Administration, 19 April 1946
Struck from the Naval Register, 1 May 1946
USS Freestone earned one battle star for World War II service
Final Disposition, sold for scrapping, 9 April 1973, to Union Mineral and Alloys Corp., New York, N.Y., for $111,560.00, removed 29 September 1973 

APA-168: USS Gage

Haskell-class attack transport (1*)

Laid down, 20 April 1943, as a Maritime Commission type (VC2-S-AP5) hull, under Maritime Commission contract (MCV hull 134) at Oregon Shipbuilding Group, Portland, OR.
Launched, 14 October 1944
Acquired by the Navy from the Maritime Commission, 4 November 1944
Commissioned USS Gage (APA-168), 12 November 1944, CDR. Leroy J. Alexanderson, USNR, in command.
During World War II USS Gage was assigned to the Asiatic-Pacific Theater: TransRon Twenty, COMO. H.W. Graf USN (15); TransDiv Fifty-Eight, (flagship) and participated in the Okinawa Gunto campaign
Following World War II USS Gage was assigned to Occupation and China service in the Far East
Decommissioned, 26 February 1947, at Norfolk Navy Yard, Portsmouth, VA.
Laid up in the Atlantic Reserve Fleet, St. Julian Annex Naval Station Norfolk, Portsmouth, VA.
Returned to the Maritime Commission, 1 October 1958, for lay up in the National Defense Reserve Fleet, James River, Lee Hall, VA.
Struck from the Naval Register, 1 October 1958
USS Gage earned one battle star for World War II service
Transferred, 19 November 1958, to the National Defense Reserve Fleet, Wilmington, N.C., arriving, 24 November 1958
Removed from the National Defense Reserve Fleet, Wilmington, N.C., 11 November 1964, under tow by USS Umpqua (APA-209), arrived at the National Defense Reserve Fleet, James River Group, Lee Hall, VA., 16 November 1964
Withdrawn, 17 May 1984 - 18 October 1984, from the National Defense Reserve Fleet, James River Group for stripping at the Naval Inactive Ship Maintenance Facility, Portsmouth, VA. 
Withdrawn, 17 August 1989 - 1 July 1991, from the National Defense Reserve Fleet, James River Group for target preparation at the Naval Inactive Ship Maintenance Facility, Portsmouth, VA.
Final Disposition, contract awarded for scrapping announced, 18 July 2009, to Esco Marine, Brownsville, TX., contract cost $564,910, removed 23 July 2009, scrapping completed, 21 December 2009

APA-169: USS Gallatin

Haskell-class attack transport (0*)

Laid down, 13 August 1944, as a Maritime Commission type (VC2-S-AP5) hull, under Maritime Commission contract (MCV hull 135) at Oregon Shipbuilding Corp., Portland, OR.
Launched, 17 October 1944
Acquired by the Navy from the Maritime Commission, 14 November 1944, at Portland, OR.
Commissioned USS Gallatin (APA-169), 15 November 1944 at Astoria OR., CDR. Frank S. Dowd in command
During World War II USS Gallatin was assigned to the Asiatic-Pacific Theater: TransRon Twenty-One, COMO. J. R. Palmer USN (13); TransDiv Sixty-One
Following World War II, USS Gallatin was assigned to Occupation service in the Far East from 27 October to 1 November 1945 
Decommissioned, 23 April 1946, at Newport News VA.
Returned to Maritime Commission, 24 April 1946 for lay up in the National Defense Reserve Fleet James River, Lee Hall, VA.
Struck from the Naval Register, 8 May 1946
Redesignated Amphibious Transport (LKA-169), 1 January 1969
Final Disposition, sold for scrapping in Spain, 17 September 1983, to Aguliar, Peris S.A., withdrawn from the Reserve Fleet, 14 October 1983

APA-170: USS Gosper

Haskell-class attack transport (1*)

Laid down, 29 August 1944, as a Maritime Commission type (VC2-S-AP5) hull under Maritime Commission contract (MCV hull 136) at Oregon Shipbuilding Corp., Portland OR.
Launched 20 October 1944
Acquired by the Navy from the Maritime Commission, 18 November 1944
Commissioned the same day USS Gosper (APA-170), 18 November 1944, CDR. Francis Wyllie. McCann USN (27) in command
During World War II USS Gosper was assigned to the Asiatic-Pacific Theater; TransRon Twenty, COMO. H.W. Grap USN (15); TransDiv Fifty-Nine, CAPT. J.K. Davis and participated in the Okinawa Gunto campaign
Decommissioned, 10 April 1946, at Newport News, VA.
Returned to the Maritime Commission, 17 April 1946, for lay up in the National Defense Reserve Fleet, James River, Lee Hall, VA.
Struck from the Naval Register, 1 May 1946
USS Gosper earned one battle star for World War II service
Final Disposition, sold for scrapping, 15 March 1974, to Isaac Verla, Castellon de la Plana, Spain, for $127,007, delivered 12 June 1974

APA-171: USS Granville

Haskell-class attack transport (1*)

Laid down, date unknown, as a Maritime Commission type (VC2-S-AP5) hull under Maritime Commission contract (MC hull 137) at Oregon Shipbuilding Group, Portland, OR.
Launched, 23 October 1944
Acquired by the Navy from the Maritime Commission and commissioned USS Granville (APA-171), 21 November 1944, CAPT. Robert A. MacKerracher in command
During World War II USS Granville was assigned to the Asiatic-Pacific Theater: TransRon Twenty, COMO. H. W. Grap USN (15); TransDiv Sixty, CAPT. A. T. Moen USN (18) and participated in the Okinawa Gunto campaign
Following World War II USS Granville was assigned to Occupation service in the Far East from 12 to 28 October 1945
Decommissioned, 10 May 1946, at Norfolk, VA.
Returned to the Maritime Commission, 11 May 1946, for lay up in the National Defense Reserve Fleet, James River, Lee Hall, VA.
Struck from the Naval Register, 21 May 1946
USS Granville earned one battle star for World War II service
Final Disposition, sold for scrapping 9 April 1973, to Union Minerals & Alloys, New York, Delivered, 17 August 1973

APA-172: USS Grimes

Haskell-class attack transport (1*)

Laid down in 1944 as a Maritime Commission type (VC2-S-AP5) hull, under Maritime Commission contract (MCV hull 138) at Oregon Shipbuilding Group, Portland, OR.
Launched in 1944
Acquired by the Navy from the Maritime Commission and commissioned USS Grimes (APA-172), 23 November 1944, CAPT. James M. Smith USN in command
During World War II USS Grimes was assigned to the Asiatic-Pacific Theater: TransRon Twenty, COMO. H. W. Grap USN (15); TransDiv Sixty, (flagship) CAPT. A. T. Moen USN (18) and participated in the Iwo Jima campaign
to Occupation service in the Far
Decommissioned, 26 February 1947, at Norfolk VA.
Laid up in the Atlantic Reserve Fleet, at Norfolk, VA.
Struck from the Naval Register. 1 October 1958
USS Grimes earned one battle star for World War II service
Transferred to the Maritime Commission, 15 October 1958, for lay up in the National Defense Reserve Fleet, Wilmington, N.C.
Changed berth, 30 October 1964, to the National Defense Reserve Fleet, James River, Lee Hall, VA.
Final Disposition, sold for scrapping, 21 August 1974, to Union Minerals and Alloys, New York, $280,160, removed 11 November 1974

APA-173: USS Hyde

Haskell-class attack transport (1*)

Laid down in 1944 as Maritime Commission MC standard type VC2-S-AP5 hull under Maritime Commission contract (MC hull 139) at Oregon Shipbuilding Group, Portland OR.
Launched 30 October 1944
Acquired by the Navy from the Maritime Commission and Commissioned USS Hyde (APA-173), 26 November 1944, CAPT. Eugene F. May USN (26) in command
During World War II USS Hyde was assigned to the Asiatic-Pacific Theater: TransRon Thirteen, COMO. M. O. Carlson USN (16); TransDiv Thirty-Eight, CAPT. P. P. Welsh USN (18), and participated in the Iwo Jima campaign
Following World War II USS Hyde was assigned to Occupation and China service in the Far
Decommissioned 14 May 1946 at Norfolk VA.
Returned to the Maritime Commission, 16 May 1946, for lay up in the National Defense Reserve Fleet, James River Group, Lee Hall, VA.
Struck from the Naval Register, 5 June 1946
USS Hyde earned one battle star for World War II service
Redesignated as an Amphibious Transport (LPA-173), 1 January 1969
Final Disposition, sold for scrapping in Spain, 17 September 1973, to S. A. Desbar, Delivered 17 October 1973

APA-174: USS Jerauld

Haskell-class attack transport (1*)

Laid down in 1944 as a Maritime Commission type (VC2-S-AP5) hull under Maritime Commission contract (MC hull 140) at Oregon Shipbuilding Group, Portland, OR.
Launched, 3 November 1944
Acquired by the Navy from the Maritime Commission and Commissioned USS Jerauld (APA-174), 28 November 1944, at Astoria, OR. CDR. Roger E. Perry USN (24) in command
During World War II USS Jerauld was assigned to the Asiatic-Pacific Theater: TransRon Twenty-One, COMO. J.R. Palmer USN (13); TransDiv Sixty-Two, CAPT. H. E. Padock USN (15), and participated in the Okinawa Gunto campaign
Following World War II USS Jerauld was assigned to Occupation service in the Far East from 7 to 29 October 1945
Decommissioned, 6 May 1946, at Norfolk, VA.
Returned to the Maritime Commission, 17 May 1946, for lay up in the National Defense Reserve Fleet, James River Group, Lee Hall, VA.
Struck from the Naval Register, 21 May 1946
USS Jerauld earned one battle star for World War II service
Final Disposition, sold for scrapping 17 May 1974, to Intershitra Corp, Netherlands, for $771,500, delivered 21 June 1974

APA-175: USS Karnes

Haskell-class attack transport (1*)

Laid down in 1944 as a Maritime Commission type (VC2-S-AP5) hull, under Maritime Commission contract (MC hull 141) at Oregon Shipbuilding Group, Portland OR.
Launched, 7 November 1944
Commissioned USS Karnes (APA-175), 3 December 1944, Captain Robert B. Miller USN (22) in command
During World War II USS Karnes was assigned to the Asiatic-Pacific Theater: TransRon Twenty-Two, COMO. S.P. Jenkins; TransDiv Sixty-Five, CAPT. E.C. Rogers USN (18) and participated in the Okinawa Gunto campaign
Following World War II USS Karnes was assigned to Occupation and China service in the Far East
Decommissioned, 11 April 1946, at Norfolk, VA.
Returned to the Maritime Commission, 24 April 1946, for lay up in the National Defense Reserve Fleet, James River, Lee Hall, VA.
Struck from the Naval Register, 1 May 1946
USS Karnes earned one battle star for World War II service
Final Disposition, sold for scrapping in Spain, 15 March 1974, to Mr. Isaac Varela, Castellon de la Planna, (PD-X-972), for $727.007.00, Withdrawn from the James River Reserve Fleet 3 April 1974

APA-176: USS Kersage

Haskell-class attack transport (1*)

Laid down, date unknown, as a Maritime Commission type (VC2-S-AP5) hull, under Maritime Commission contract (MC hull 142) at Oregon Shipbuilding Group, Portland, OR.
Launched, 12 November 1944
Acquired by the Navy from the Maritime Commission and Commissioned USS Kershaw (APA-176), 2 December 1944, CDR. Allen G. Davenport USNR in command
During World War II USS Kershaw was assigned to the Asiatic-Pacific Theater: TransRon Twenty-One, COMO. J.R. Palmer USN (13); TransDiv Sixty-Three, CAPT. F. M. O'Leary USN (20) and participated in the Okinawa Gunto campaign
Following World War II USS Kershaw was assigned to Occupation service in the Far East
Decommissioned, 20 December 1946, at Portsmouth, VA.
Laid up in the Atlantic Reserve Fleet, Norfolk, VA.
Struck from the Naval Register, 1 October 1958
USS Kershaw earned one battle star for World War II service
Returned to the Maritime Commission, 19 December 1958, for lay up in the National Defense Reserve Fleet, James River, Lee Hall, VA.
Final Disposition, sold for scrapping, 31 August 1982, to Union Metals & Alloys Corp., removed, 31 August 1982 

APA-177 USS Kingsbury

Haskell-class attack transport (1*)

Laid down, date unknown, as a Maritime Commission type (VC2-S-AP5) hull under a Maritime Commission contract (MCV hull 143) at Oregon Shipbuilding Group, Portland OR.
Launched, 16 November 1944
Acquired by the Navy from the Maritime Commission and commissioned USS Kingsbury (APA-177), 6 December 1944, CDR. John H. Hughes in command
During World War II USS Kingsbury was assigned to the Asiatic-Pacific Theater: TransRon Twenty-Two, COMO. S.P. Jenkins; TransDiv Sixty-Five, CAPT. E.C. Rogers USN (18) and participated in the Iwo Jima campaign
Following World War II USS Kingsbury was assigned to Occupation service in the Far East from 19 to 23 October 1945
Decommissioned, 19 April 1946, at Portsmouth, VA.
Returned to the Maritime Commission, 23 April 1946, for lay up in the National Defense Reserve Fleet, James River Group, Lee Hall, VA.
Struck from the Naval Register, 1 May 1946
USS Kingsbury earned one battle star for World War II service
Redesignated Amphibious Transport (LPA-177), 1 January 1969
Final Disposition, sold for scrapping in Spain, 17 August 1983, to Sociedad Anonima Desbar S. A., removed, 17 August 1983

APA-178: USS Lander

Haskell-class attack transport (2*)

Laid down, 9 October 1944, as a Maritime Commission type (VC2-S-AP5) hull under Maritime Commission contract (MCV hull 144) at Oregon Shipbuilding Group, Portland OR.
Launched, 19 November 1944
Acquired by the Navy from the Maritime Commission 8 December 1944
Commissioned USS Lander (APA-178), 9 December 1944, at Astoria OR., CAPT. John D. Sweeney USN (19) in command 
During WWII USS Lander was assigned to Asiatic-Pacific Theater: TransRon Twenty-Three, COMO A.S. Witherspoon; TransDiv Sixty-Eight, CAPT. C.R. Crutcher USN (18) and participated in the Iwo Jima and Okinawa Gunto campaigns
Following World War II USS Lander was assigned to Occupation service for the following periods; 25 to 26 September and 21 to 27 October 1945
Decommissioned, 29 March 1946, at Norfolk, Va.
Returned to the Maritime Commission, 1 April 1946, for lay up in the National Defense Reserve Fleet, James River Group, Lee Hall, VA.
Struck from the Naval Register 17 April 1946
Redesignated Amphibious Transport (LPA-178), 14 August 1968
USS Lander earned two battle stars for World War II service
Final Disposition, sold for scrapping, 17 September 1983, to Connecticut Transport Inc., immediately resold to Desgueces, Aviles, S.A., Spain, delivered 20 October 1983, scraping completed, 20 March 1984

APA-179: USS Lauderdale

Haskell-class attack transport (1*)

Laid down, date unknown, as a Maritime Commission type (VC2-S-AP5) hull under Maritime Commission contract (MC hull 145) at Oregon Shipbuilding Group, Portland OR.
Launched, 23 November 1944
Acquired by the Navy from the Maritime Commission and commissioned USS Lauderdale (APA-179), 12 December 1944, at Astoria OR., CDR. William. F. Ramsey USN in command.
During World War II USS Lauderdale was assigned to the Asiatic-Pacific Theater: TransRon Twenty-Two, COMO. S.P. Jenkins; TransDiv Sixty-Five, CAPT. E.C. Rogers USN (18) and participated in the Okinawa Gunto campaign
Following World War II USS Lauderdale was assigned to Occupation service in the Far East from 8 to 28 October 1945
Decommissioned, 25 April 1946, at Norfolk, VA.
Struck from the Naval Register, 8 Mary 1946
USS Lauderdale earned one battle star for World War II service
Returned to the Maritime Commission, 7 May 1946, for lay up in the National Defense Reserve Fleet, James River VA.
Redesignated Amphibious Transport (LPA-179), 1 January 1969
Sold, 14 October 1992 to North Atlantic Towage and Salvage LTD., for $83,500, defaulted contract, 12 November 1992 
Final Disposition, resold, 30 September 2004, to North American Ship Recycling, Baltimore (Sparrows Point) MD., Removed, 14 March 2005, Scrapping completed, 20 September 2005

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