USS Abele (AN-58) was a Ailanthus-class net laying ship in the service of the United States Navy, named after a type of Asian ornamental tree.She was laid down on 8 January 1943 at New Bern, North Carolina, by the Barbour Boat Works; launched on 19 August 1943, sponsored by Mrs. G. B. Waters; and commissioned at Morehead, North Carolina, on 2 June 1944, with Lieutenant Commander J. H. Bloodworth in command.

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  • USS Abele (AN-58) was a Ailanthus-class net laying ship in the service of the United States Navy, named after a type of Asian ornamental tree.She was laid down on 8 January 1943 at New Bern, North Carolina, by the Barbour Boat Works; launched on 19 August 1943, sponsored by Mrs. G. B. Waters; and commissioned at Morehead, North Carolina, on 2 June 1944, with Lieutenant Commander J. H. Bloodworth in command. (en)
  • USS Abele (AN-58) was a Ailanthus-class net laying ship in the service of the United States Navy, named after Populus alba, commonly called abele, silver poplar, or white poplar. (en)
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  • *20px Combat Action Ribbon *20px American Campaign Medal *20px Asiatic–Pacific Campaign Medal *20px World War II Victory Medal (en)
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  • *Battle of Iwo Jima *Okinawa Gunto operation (en)
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  • * 1 × /50 caliber gun * 2 × twin Oerlikon cannons (en)
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  • USS Abele (AN-58) was a Ailanthus-class net laying ship in the service of the United States Navy, named after a type of Asian ornamental tree.She was laid down on 8 January 1943 at New Bern, North Carolina, by the Barbour Boat Works; launched on 19 August 1943, sponsored by Mrs. G. B. Waters; and commissioned at Morehead, North Carolina, on 2 June 1944, with Lieutenant Commander J. H. Bloodworth in command. (en)
  • USS Abele (AN-58) was a Ailanthus-class net laying ship in the service of the United States Navy, named after Populus alba, commonly called abele, silver poplar, or white poplar. (en)
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