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USS LSM-484 (1944 - 1960)


Awards, Citations and Campaign Ribbons


Precedence of awards is from top to bottom, left to right
Top Row - American Campaign Medal
Bottom Row - Asiatic-Pacific Campaign Medal - World War II Victory Medal - Navy Occupation Service Medal (with Asia clasp)



USS LSM-484 was transferred to Turkey and named TCG Mordogan (N-101)
LSM-1 Class Landing Ship Medium:
  • Laid down, 17 February 1945, at Brown Shipbuilding Co., Houston TX.
  • Launched, 10 March 1945
  • Commissioned USS LSM-484, 14 April 1945 , LT. John M. Lamb, USNR in command
  • During World War II LSM-484 was assigned to the Asiatic-Pacific Theater
  • Following World War II LSM-484 performed occupation duty in the Far East
  • Decommissioned, 19 December 1946, at Green Cove Springs, FL.
  • Laid up in the Atlantic Reserve Fleet, Florida Group, Green Cove Springs
  • Struck from the Naval Register, 8 September 1952
  • Authorized in FY 1951 for conversion to a Coastal Mine Layer
  • Converted at Ira S. Bushey & Sons, Inc., Brooklyn, N.Y., conversion begun 6 February 1952, completed 19 September 1952
  • Transferred, 4 October 1952, to Turkey as TCG Mordogan (N-101)
  • Reclassified MMC-11 by the US Navy, 1 October 1960
  • Decommissioned by the Turkish navy, 16 June 1993
  • Final Disposition, fate unknown
    LSM Specifications:
    Displacement 520 t.(light), 743 t. (landing) 1,095 t.(fully loaded)
    Length 203' 6" o.a.
    Beam 34' 6"
    Draft light, 3' 6" forward, 7' 8" aft, fully loaded, 6' 4" forward, 8' 3" aft
    Speed 13.2 kts. (max.), (928 tons displacement)
    Complement 5 officers, 54 enlisted
    Armament one single bow mounted 40mm gun, four single 20mm gun mounts
    Vehicle/Boat Capacity 5 medium or 3 heavy tanks, or 6 LVT's, or 9 DUKW's
    Troop Capacity 2 officers, 46 enlisted
    Armor 10-lb. STS splinter shield to gun mounts, pilot house and conning station
    Propulsion two General Motors (non-reversible with airflex clutch) diesels. Direct drive with 1,440 BHP each @ 720rpm, twin screws
    Endurance 4,900 miles @ 12kts.(928 tons displacement)

    MMC Specifications-Modifications:
    Displacement 1,110 t.(fl)
    Draft 8' 3" (max.)
    Speed 12 kts. (design)
    Complement 70
    Armament two twin 40mm gun mounts, two single 20mm gun mounts

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    LSM-484 35k USS LSM-484 in San Francisco Bay, 1945-46.
    US Navy photo # NH 82180 from the collections of the US Naval Historical Center, courtesy D.M. McPherson, 1975.Note: Homeward Bound pennant flying from the ship's mast.
    USS LSM / LSMR Association
    TCG Mordogan (N-101)
    LSM-484 54k Ex-USS LSM-484 in Turkish naval service as TCG Mordogan (N-101) at anchor, date and location unknown. Yucel M.Umar, CPO (Ret.) Turkish Navy
    LSM-484 68k TCG Mordogan (N-101) underway, date and location unknown. CŁneyt Demir
    LSM-484 40k TCG Mordogan (N-101) underway, date and location unknown. CŁneyt Demir
    LSM-484 182k Drawing of TCG Mordogan (N-101) by CŁneyt Demir CŁneyt Demir

    The DANFS history for USS LSM-484 is based on an extract from LSM-LSMR Amphibious Forces, Vol. II. Paducah, Kentucky: Turner Publishing Company, © 1997. (ISBN 1-56311-389-9)
    Crew Contact And Reunion Information
    U.S. Navy Memorial Foundation - Navy Log
    Fleet Reserve Association

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