High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! ARD-17 was built at Pacific Bridge Company in Alameda, California and delivered to the Navy in early 1944. In July and August 1944, ARD-17 served a support role in the liberation of Guam. In late September 1944, USS Zuni (ATF-95) towed ARD-17 from Guam to Palau. On 30 November 1944 ARD-17 was damaged by a near miss from a Japanese bomber while anchored at Kossol Roads, Palau. In February 1945, ARD-17 and sister ship ARD-16 were at Leyte Gulf servicing ships returning from Iwo Jima and preparing for Okinawa. After the war, she eventually was returned to the United States, and for a time was laid up as part of the Atlantic Reserve Fleet at Naval Shipyard at Boston, Massachusetts.
UitgeverLambert M. Surhone
UitgeverMariam T. Tennoe
UitgeverSusan F. Henssonow
Lambert M. Surhone
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