USS Don O. Woods (APD-118) USS Don O. Woods (APD-118) High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! USS Don O. Woods (DE-721/APD-118) was a Crosley-class high-speed transport in the United States Navy built by Dravo Corporation, Neville Island, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Her keel was laid 1 December 1944 and then launched on 9 February 1944, sponsored by Mrs. H. R. Woods (mother of Hospital Apprentice Woods). Don O. Woods was reclassified APD-118 on 17 July 1944 and floated to Orange, Texas for completion as a high speed transport by the Consolidated Steel Corporation. She was commissioned there on 28 May 1945 with Lieutenant Commander L. H. Crosby, USNR, in command. Don O. Woods sailed from Norfolk 9 August 1945 and was making her transit of the Panama Canal on the day hostilities ended between Japan and the United States. She called at San Diego and proceeded to Pearl Harbor, arriving 7 September. Five days later she got underway with US Army and US Navy passengers for Saipan, continuing to Leyte, where she arrived 7 October. She served in the Philippines until 23 January 1946 when she departed Manila for the west coast. Arriving at San Pedro, California on 13 February. She was placed out of commission in reserve 18 June 1946. Книга по Требованию 978-6-1320-3151-8
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USS Don O. Woods (APD-118)

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  • Издательство: Книга по Требованию
  • Год выпуска: 2010
  • Кол. страниц: 144
  • ISBN: 978-6-1320-3151-8
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High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! USS Don O. Woods (DE-721/APD-118) was a Crosley-class high-speed transport in the United States Navy built by Dravo Corporation, Neville Island, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Her keel was laid 1 December 1944 and then launched on 9 February 1944, sponsored by Mrs. H. R. Woods (mother of Hospital Apprentice Woods). Don O. Woods was reclassified APD-118 on 17 July 1944 and floated to Orange, Texas for completion as a high speed transport by the Consolidated Steel Corporation. She was commissioned there on 28 May 1945 with Lieutenant Commander L. H. Crosby, USNR, in command. Don O. Woods sailed from Norfolk 9 August 1945 and was making her transit of the Panama Canal on the day hostilities ended between Japan and the United States. She called at San Diego and proceeded to Pearl Harbor, arriving 7 September. Five days later she got underway with US Army and US Navy passengers for Saipan, continuing to Leyte, where she arrived 7 October. She served in the Philippines until 23 January 1946 when she departed Manila for the west coast. Arriving at San Pedro, California on 13 February. She was placed out of commission in reserve 18 June 1946.
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