Allied Warships

USS Hogan (DMS 6)

Destroyer of the Wickes class

NavyThe US Navy
PennantDMS 6 
ModHigh speed minesweeper 
Built byUnion Iron Works (San Francisco, California, U.S.A.) 
Laid down25 Nov 1918 
Launched12 Apr 1919 
Commissioned1 Oct 1919 
End service11 Oct 1945 

Decommissioned on 17 May 1922
Recommissioned on 7 August 1940
Reclassified as high speed minesweeper DMS-6 on 19 November 1940
Reclassified as Auxiliary AG-105 on 5 June 1945
Decommissioned on 11 October 1945
Stricken on 1 November 1945
Sunk as target off San Diego, California on 8 November 1945.


Commands listed for USS Hogan (DMS 6)

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1Lt.Cdr. Kenneth Earl, USN7 Aug 19408 Mar 1941
2Lt.Cdr. John Leland Woodbury, USN8 Mar 194124 May 1942 (1)
3Lt.Cdr. Ulysses Simpson Grant Sharp, Jr., USN24 May 194216 Jan 1943 (1)
4T/Lt.Cdr. William Harold Sublette, USN16 Jan 194324 Aug 1944 (1)
5Lt.Cdr. John Philbin Conway, USNR24 Aug 194411 Oct 1945

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Media links

Destroyers of World War Two

Whitley, M. J.

U.S. Destroyers

Friedman, Norman

United States Destroyer Operations In World War II.

Roscoe, Theodore

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