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I bought several ashtrays
and gave them to relatives as Christmas gifts while they were cheep.
were selling them off at the end of our cruise because we received word
that effective 30 June all DE's would be reclassified as FF's. Instead
being a destroyer escort they would be called fast frigates.
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BENJAMIN STODDERT DDG-22 - Where they transferred me too
USS Towers DDG-9
C.S.U.S.B. - Where I work at today
Heating & air - Central Plant
Foreign DDG's - DDG28, 29 +30 connection to Rathburne's 2nd C.O.
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The First Rathburne DD113 was a Wicks Class Destroyer
reclassified APD-25 in 1944
DD-113 -Rathburne (Wick's Class) Laid down by Cramp, Philadelphia on July 12 1917. Launched December 27 1917 and commissioned June 24 1918. Decommissioned at San Diego February 12 1923. Re-commissioning February 8 1930. Reclassified high speed transport APD on May 20, 1944. Reclassified back to DD-113 July 20 1945. Decommissioned at Philadelphia November 2 1945 and berthed there until her sale. Stricken November 28 1945, sold November 21 1946 and broken up for scrap.
Last Updated 27 December 2008