USS LANSING DE-388



DE-388



USS LANSING DE-388
November 10,1943 to April 25,1946

The USS Lansing DE 388 was commissioned 10 November 1943 at Houston Texas. An Edsall class destroyer escort built primarily for ocean ASW escort service during WWII. The Lansing was powered by Fairbanks-Morse Reduction geared diesel engines with a speed (trial) of 20.9 knots and endurance (trial) of 10,800 Nautical miles at a speed of 12 knots. The Lansing DE 388, a U. S. Navy ship, was manned by Coast Guard crewmembers from commissioning day, 10 November 1943 at Houston, Texas until decommissioning at Green Cove Springs, Florida, 25 April 1946. A total of 583 men served aboard Lansing during the DE years.

   



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