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Latest revision as of 14:53, 1 May 2019

U.S.S. Whitney (1923)
Hull Number: AD-4
Builder: Boston NY[1]
Laid down: 23 Apr, 1921[2]
Launched: 12 Oct, 1923[3]
Commissioned: 2 Sep, 1924[4]
Decommissioned: 22 Oct, 1946
Stricken: 22 Jan, 1947
Sold: 18 Mar, 1948
Fate: Broken up
U.S.S. Whitney was one of three Dobbin Class depot ships completed for the U.S. Navy.

Service

She was in Pearl Harbour during the attack in 1941, but escaped any damage.

Captains

See Also

Footnotes

  1. Silverstone. The New Navy. p. 126.
  2. Silverstone. The New Navy. p. 126.
  3. Silverstone. The New Navy. p. 126.
  4. Silverstone. The New Navy. p. 126.
  5. Register of Officers, 1925. pp. 16-17.
  6. Register of Officers, 1925. pp. 16-17.
  7. Register of Officers, 1930. pp. 16, 17.

Bibliography


Dobbin Class Depot Ship
  Dobbin Whitney Holland