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NavSource Online: Service Ship Photo Archive
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November - Kilo - Zulu - Delta
USS APC-92 was transferred to Haiti and named Vertieres
Awards, Citations and Campaign Ribbons
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American Campaign Medal - World War II Victory Medal
APc-1 Class Small Coastal Transport
Laid down, 5 December 1942, by Herreshoff Boatbuilding, Bristol, R.I.
Launched, 30 March 1943
Commissioned USS APc-92, 15 May 1943, LTjg. William P. Croxton USNR in command
Decommissioned, at Charleston, S.C., 18 February 1944
Placed in service at Bermuda, 17 April 1950
Placed out of service at Charleston, S.C, Struck from the Naval Register and sold to Haiti, 18 June 1952
Transferred to Haitian renamed Vertieres
Final Disposition, lost, date unknown
Displacement 100 t.(lt) 258 t.(fl)
Length 103' 3"
Beam 21' 3"
Draft 9' 3"
Troop Capacity 66
Largest Boom Capacity 2 t.
four single 20mm AA gun mounts
Fuel Capacity 145 Bbls.
one National Supply Corp. MML-6 Diesel engine
Ship's service generators
two Diesel-drive 30Kw 120V D.C.
single propeller, 400shp
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||USS APc-92 moored outboard of USS APc-93 in August 1949. The two vessels were used as
service craft on boat pool duty at Bermuda in 1947 and were placed out of service at Charleston, S.C., in 1950. In 1952 APc-92 became the Haitian
US Navy photo # NH 83853 from the collections of the US Naval History and Heritage Command, courtesy Shipscribe.com.
There is no history available for USS APc-92 at NavSource
|01||LTjg. Croxton, William P., USNR||15 May 1943 - 18 February 1944|
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