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Career Name: (BDE-40) Laid down: September 7, 1942 Launched: June 18, 1943 Commissioned: October 1, 1943 Decommissioned: December 12, 1945 Reclassified: (DE-40) June 14, 1943, USS Sanders', June 16, 1943 Struck: January 8, 1946 Fate: Sold for scrap, May 8, 1947 General characteristics Class and type: Evarts class destroyer escort Displacement: 1,140 (std), 1,430 tons (full) Length: 289 ft 5 in (88.21 m) (oa), 283 ft 6 in (86.41 m) (wl) Beam: 35 ft 2 in (10.72 m) Draft: 11 ft 0 in (3.35 m) (max) Propulsion: 4 GM Model 16-278A diesel engines with electric drive, 6000 shp, 2 screws Speed: 19 knots Range: 4,150 nm Complement: 15 officers / 183 enlisted Armament: 3 x 3"/50 Mk 22 (1x3), 1 x 1.1"/75 Mk 2 quad AA (4x1), 9 x 20 mm Mk 4 AA, 1 Hedgehog Projector, Mk 10 (144 rounds), 8 Mk 6 depth charge projectors, 2 Mk 9 depth charge tracks USS Sanders (DE-40) was an Evarts class destroyer escort constructed for the United States Navy during World War II. She was sent to the Pacific Ocean to protect convoys and other shipping from Japanese submarines and fighter aircraft. She performed dangerous work in major battle areas and was awarded four battle stars. She was originally designated for transfer to Great Britain. As BDE-40, she was laid down on September 7, 1942 by the Puget Sound Navy Yard, Bremerton, Washington; named Sanders on June 14, 1943; reclassified DE-40 on June 16, 1943; launched on June 18, 1943; and commissioned on October 1, 1943, Lieutenant Commander Arthur N. Daniels in command. Contents 1 Service history 2 Awards 3 See also 4 References 5 External links Service history After shakedown, Sanders participated in patrol and escort duties in the Gilbert and Marshall Islands from January-July 1944, including a bombardment of Kusaie Island on June 1. She then escorted support shipping to the Mariana Islands from August through October. Following patrol and escort duties in the Gilbert and Marshall Islands from November-March 1945, she guarded a logistics support group, supplying fast carrier task forces in the western Pacific, from April-June. Sailing via Pearl Harbor, she arrived at San Francisco, California, on July 15 for overhaul. Remaining on the United States West Coast, she was decommissioned on December 19, 1945. Struck from the Naval Vessel Register on January 8, 1946, she was delivered, on May 8, 1947, to the National Metal and Steel Corp., Terminal Island, California, and scrapped in 1948. Awards American Campaign Medal Asiatic-Pacific Campaign Medal (with four service stars) World War II Victory Medal See also List of United States Navy ships World War II Convoy Destroyer escort Destroyer References This article includes text from the public domain Dictionary of American Naval Fighting Ships. External links Dictionary of American Naval Fighting Ships NavSource Online: Destroyer Escort Photo Archive - USS Sanders (DE-40) v · d · e Evarts-class destroyer escort  United States Navy Completed Bayntun · Bazely · Berry · Blackwood · Evarts · Wyffels · Griswold · Steele · Carlson · Bebas · Crouter · Burges · Brennan · Doherty · Austin · Edgar G. Chase · Edward C. Daly · Gilmore · Burden R. Hastings · LeHardy · Harold C. Thomas · Wileman · Charles R. Greer · Whitman · Wintle · Dempsey · Duffy · Emery · Stadtfield · Martin · Sederstrom · Fleming · Tisdale · Eisele · Fair · Manlove · Greiner · Wyman · Lovering · Sanders · Brackett · Reynolds · Mitchell · Donaldson · Andres · Drury · Decker · Dobler · Doneff · Engstrom · Seid · Smartt · Walter S. Brown · William C. Miller · Cabana · Dionne · Canfield · Deede · Elden · Cloues · Lake · Lyman · Crowley · Rall · Halloran · Connolly · Finnegan · O'Toole · John J. Powers · Mason · John M. Bermingham Cancelled Creamer (ex-Register) · Ely · Delbert W. Halsey · Keppler · Lloyd Thomas · William C. Lawe · Willard Keith · Unnamed (DE-315)  Royal Navy Captain class (diesel-electric type) Bayntun · Bazely · Berry · Blackwood · Burges · Capel · Cooke · Dacres · Domett · Drury · Foley · Gardiner · Garlies · Goodall · Goodson · Gore · Gould · Grindall · Hoste · Inglis · Inman · Keats · Kempthorne · Kingsmill · Lawford · Lawson · Loring · Louis · Manners · Moorsom · Mounsey · Pasley  Other operators  Republic of China Navy Tai Kang · Tai Ping Preceded by: None · Followed by: Buckley class List of destroyer escorts of the United States Navy