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USS Inglis (DE-525)

Career (USA)
Name: USS Inglis (DE-125)
Launched: 2 November 1943
Fate: Transferred to Royal Navy under Lend-Lease 12 January 1944
Career (United Kingdom)
Name: HMS Inglis (K570)
Fate: Returned to USA 20 March 1946
Status: Scrapped September 1947
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General characteristics
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HMS Inglis (K570) was a in the Royal Navy. Built as USS Inglis (DE-125), an , at the Boston Navy Yard, Boston, Massachusetts, for the United States Navy, she was launched 2 November 1943; accepted and transferred to Great Britain under Lend-Lease 12 January 1944.

This, and other Evarts-class destroyer escorts, formed the Captain class of frigates in the Royal Navy and played a vital part in Allied antisubmarine operations in the Atlantic. The Inglis was returned to the U.S. Navy on 20 March 1946. She was sold to C.B. Baldridge, Bay, Ohio, in September 1947 and subsequently scrapped.

References

  • "Dictionary of American Naval Fighting Ships, Volume III", Navy Department, Office of the Chief of Naval Operations, Naval History Division, Washington, D.C., 1968, Library of Congress card no. 60-60198, page 440.


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