USS Horace A. Bass (APD-124) - Decommissioning and Disposal

Decommissioning and Disposal

Horace A. Bass was decommissioned on 30 July 1969 and stricken from the Naval Register on 15 September 1974. She was sold for scrapping on 11 August 1975 to J. R. Steel, Inc. of Houston, Texas, for $79,002 (USD).

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