USS Lovelace (DE-198) was a Buckley-class destroyer escort in the United States Navy. She was named for naval aviator Donald Alexander Lovelace (1906–1942).
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USS Lovelace (DE-198) was a Buckley-class destroyer escort in the United States Navy. She was...
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USS LOVELACE DE 198. Photo and History courtesy of John F. Fitzgerald "I joined LOVELACE at Manus, Admiralty Islands in March,1945. My rate was gunners mate 3/c.
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Service history. After shakedown, Lovelace departed Norfolk on 2 January 1944 never to return to the east coast of the United States. This flagship of Destroyer ...
USS Lovelace was a Buckley-class destroyer escort in the United States Navy. She was named for naval aviator Donald Alexander Lovelace .
DE-198 General Specifications. Class: Buckley-class destroyer escort. Named for: Lovelace. Complement: 213 Officers and Enlisted . Displacement: 1400 tons