PARICUTIN AE 18

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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.

    Mount Hood Class Ammunition Ship
    Keel Laid 7 December 1944 - Launched 30 January 1945
    Acquired by U.S. Navy 3 March 1945

  1. USS PARICUTIN AE-18
  2. Commissioned 3 March 1945 - Decommissioned 30 April 1948
    Recommissioned 28 July 1950 - Decommissioned 23 April 1971

    Transferred to MARAD for disposal 29 July 1971
    Struck from Naval Register 1 June 1973
    Sold 16 October 1975 for scrap
PARICUTIN PATCH.jpg

Naval Covers

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  1. USS Paricutin AE-18 Covers Page 1    (1946-1964)

 

Postmarks

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Postmark Type
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Killer Bar Text

Postmark
Date
Thumbnail Link
To
Postmark Image
Thumbnail Link
To
Cover Image

1st Commissioning 3 March 1945 to 30 April 1948


 

Locy Type
2t(nu)

1947-08-27

JonBurdett paricutin ae18 19470827 pm.jpg
JonBurdett paricutin ae18 19470827.jpg

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Locy Type 2#

(Br. #15980)

1946-04-27

Bunter Paricutin AE 18 19460427 1 pm1.jpg
Bunter Paricutin AE 18 19460427 1 front.jpg

Note:


 

Locy Type
9ef(nu)

1947-08-27

JonBurdett paricutin ae18 19470827 pm9.jpg
JonBurdett paricutin ae18 19470827.jpg

Mark from back of cover



2nd Commissioning 28 July 1950 to 23 April 1971


 

Locy Type
FDPS 2

1950-09-15

JonBurdett paricutin ae18 19500915r pm.jpg
JonBurdett paricutin ae18 19500915.jpeg

First Day Postal Service, cachet by Tazewell G. Nicholson


 

Locy Type 2

1952-03-06

GregCiesielski Paricutin AE18 19520306 1 Postmark.jpg
GregCiesielski Paricutin AE18 19520306 1 Front.jpg

Cachet by Miriam V. Moses


 

Locy Type
2(n+) (USS)

1964-04-03

JonBurdett paricutin ae18 19640403 pm.jpg
JonBurdett paricutin ae18 19640403.jpg

Note:


 

Locy Type
2t(n+u)

1962-07-20

JonBurdett paricutin ae18 19620720 pm.jpg
JonBurdett paricutin ae18 19620720.jpg

Note:

 

Other Information

USS PARICUTIN earned the American Campaign Medal, the Asiatic-Pacific Campaign Medal, the World War II Victory Medal, the National Defense Service Medal (2 awards), the Korean Service Medal w/ 7 Battle stars, the Armed Forces Expeditionary Medal, the Vietnam Service Medal w/ 10 Campaign stars, the United Nations Service Medal, the Republic of Vietnam Campaign Medal and the Republic of Korea War Service Medal during her Naval career.

NAMESAKE - A volcano in West Central Mexico which grew in a cornfield at Michoacan 20 February 1943.

The ships sponsor was Senora Arias De Garcia Jurado, Mexican Embassy, Wash., D.C.

 


 

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