Allied Warships

USS Holland (AS 3)

Submarine tender

NavyThe US Navy
TypeSubmarine tender
Class[No specific class] 
PennantAS 3 
Built byPuget Sound Navy Yard (Bremerton, Washington, U.S.A.) 
Ordered 
Laid down 
Launched12 Apr 1926 
Commissioned1 Jun 1926 
End service21 Mar 1947 
History

Displacement: 8100 BRT
Length: 484 feet
Complement: 388
Armament: 8 5" guns (8x1), 4 3" AA guns (4x1)
Speed: 16 kts
Power: 7000 HP
Engine: Steam turbine, 1 shaft

Reclassified as internal combustion engine repair ship, (ARG-18) on 30 August 1945
Decommissioned on 21 March 1947
Stricken 18 June 1952
Sold to be broken up for scrap on 3 October 1953

 

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Notable events involving Holland include:


24 Jul 1942
HrMs Tromp (Cdr. J.B. de Meester, RNN) departed Albany as escort for the US submarine tender USS Holland (Cdr. P.E. Pendelton, USN) and the US submarines USS Seal (Lt.Cdr. K.C. Hurd, USN) and USS Saury (Lt.Cdr. L.S. Mewhinney, USN). (1)

25 Jul 1942
HrMs Tromp (Cdr. J.B. de Meester, RNN), USS Holland (Cdr. P.E. Pendelton, USN) and the US submarines USS Seal (Lt.Cdr. K.C. Hurd, USN) and USS Saury (Lt.Cdr. L.S. Mewhinney, USN) arrived at Fremantle.

Sources

  1. File 2.12.03.6850 (Dutch Archives, The Hague, Netherlands)

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