GENERAL MAURICE ROSE T-AP 126
Ship Name and Designation History
This section lists the names and designations that the ship had during its lifetime. The list is in chronological order.
Keel Laid 24 April 1944 - Launched 25 February 1945
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The ship had no postal facilities.
USS ADMIRAL HUGH RODMAN / GENERAL MAURICE ROSE earned the American Campaign Medal, the Asiatic-Pacific Campaign Medal, the World War II Victory Medal, the Navy Occupation Service Medal (with Asia/Europe clasp), the National Defense Service Medal, the Vietnam Service Medal w/ 2 Campaign stars and the Republic of Vietnam Campaign Medal during her Naval career.
NAMESAKE - Admiral Hugh Rodman, KCB, USN (6 January 1859 – 7 June 1940)
Rodman was an officer in the United States Navy who served during the Spanish–American War and World War I, later serving as the Commander-in-Chief, U.S. Pacific Fleet from 1919 to 1921.
Two ships of the US Navy have been named in his honor - USS Rodman Dd-456 and USS Admiral Hugh Rodman AP-126.
NAMESAKE - Major General Maurice Rose, USA (26 November 1899 - 31 March 1945)
Rose enlisted as a private in the Colorado National Guard in June 1916; attended Officers Training School at Fort Riley, Kans., in 1917; and was commissioned Second Lieutenant in the Infantry 15 August. In May 1918 he sailed with the 333d Infantry for duty in France, where he participated in the St. Mihiel Offensive. After his return to the United States in January 1920, he served during the next two decades at various posts in the United States and at Corozal, C.Z. Following the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor, he became Chief of Staff of the 2d Armored Division in January 1942. Promoted to Brigadier General 2 June 1943, he assumed command of the 3d Armored Division in France 7 August 1944. He was promoted to Major General 5 September and was killed in action in Germany 31 March 1945.
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