Some articles on prince georges:
... USS Prince Georges (AP-165/AK-224) was a Crater-class transport and cargo ship in the service of the United States Navy in World War II ... Named after the Prince Georges County, Maryland, it was the only ship of the Navy to bear this name ... Prince Georges was laid down on 20 September 1942 as liberty ship SS Richard March Hoe (MCE hull 426) by Permanente Metals Corporation, Yard No ...
... On 16 December Prince Georges departed Pearl Harbor on her first Navy operation, which took her to the bloody shores of Tarawa, where she spent Christmas 1943 and New ... After a return to Pearl Harbor, Prince Georges was back in the Gilberts and Marshalls in April ... Reclassified AK–224, on 20 August 1944, Prince Georges departed Pearl Harbor again in early September to back up the invasion of the Palaus, anchoring in Kossol Roads on ...
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