USS Collingsworth (APA-146)
|Ordered:||as type VC2-S-AP5|
|Laid down:||date unknown|
|Launched:||2 December 1944|
|Acquired:||27 February 1945|
|Commissioned:||27 February 1945|
|Decommissioned:||17 March 1946|
|Struck:||28 March 1946|
|Displacement:||12,450 tons (full load)|
|Length:||455 ft 0 in (138.68 m)|
|Beam:||62 ft 0 in (18.90 m)|
|Draught:||24 ft 0 in (7.32 m)|
one 5” gun mount, |
twelve 40mm mounts,
ten 20mm mounts
USS Collingsworth (APA-146/LPA-146) was a Haskell-class attack transport acquired by the U.S. Navy during World War II for the task of transporting troops to and from combat areas.
Collingsworth (APA-146) was launched 2 December 1944 by California Shipbuilding Corp., San Pedro, California, under a Maritime Commission contract; sponsored by Mrs. R. H. Moulton; acquired 27 February 1945 and commissioned the same day, Captain C. H. Anderson in command.
World War II service
After one cargo voyage to Pearl Harbor (8 May-4 June 1945), Collingsworth departed Seattle, Washington, 27 June and sailed by way of Saipan and Ulithi to Okinawa, arriving 12 August. She carried troops for the occupations of Inchon, Korea, and Chinwangtao and Tsingtao, China, until 28 November when she sailed with homeward-bound servicemen for Tacoma, Washington, arriving 19 December. She discharged her passengers and sailed for San Pedro, California, the Panama Canal and Norfolk, Virginia, arriving 28 February 1946.
She was decommissioned there 17 March 1946 and transferred to the Maritime Commission 20 March 1946.
This article includes text from the public domain Dictionary of American Naval Fighting Ships.
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