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USS John J. Van Buren (DE-753)

For ships named USS Van Buren, see USS Van Buren.

<tr> <th height="30" style="background-color:#B0C4DE;text-align:center;vertical-align:middle;font-size:110%;">Career </th> <th style="background-color:#B0C4DE;text-align:center;vertical-align:middle;font-size:110%;">100x35px</th> </tr><tr style="vertical-align:top;"><td>Name:</td><td> USS John J. Van Buren</td></tr><tr style="vertical-align:top;"><td>Namesake:</td><td> Lieutenant, junior grade, John J. Van Buren, (1915-1942), U.S. Navy officer and recipient of the Navy Cross and Distinguished Flying Cross</td></tr><tr style="vertical-align:top;"><td>Builder:</td><td> Western Pipe and Steel Company, San Pedro, California</td></tr><tr style="vertical-align:top;"><td>Laid down:</td><td> 31 August 1943</td></tr><tr style="vertical-align:top;"><td>Launched:</td><td> 16 January 1944[1] or 26 March 1944[2]</td></tr><tr style="vertical-align:top;"><td>Sponsored by:</td><td> Mrs. J. J. Van Buren</td></tr><tr style="vertical-align:top;"><td>Completed:</td><td> Never</td></tr><tr style="vertical-align:top;"><td>Fate:</td><td> Construction suspended 6 June 1944 and cancelled 1 September 1944; scrapped incomplete</td></tr> <tr> <th colspan="2" height="30" style="background-color:#B0C4DE;text-align:center;vertical-align:middle;font-size:110%;">General characteristics </th></tr>Template:Infobox ship characteristics/paramlineTemplate:Infobox ship characteristics/paramlineTemplate:Infobox ship characteristics/paramlineTemplate:Infobox ship characteristics/paramlineTemplate:Infobox ship characteristics/paramlineTemplate:Infobox ship characteristics/paramlineTemplate:Infobox ship characteristics/paramlineTemplate:Infobox ship characteristics/paramlineTemplate:Infobox ship characteristics/paramlineTemplate:Infobox ship characteristics/paramlineTemplate:Infobox ship characteristics/paramlineTemplate:Infobox ship characteristics/paramlineTemplate:Infobox ship characteristics/paramlineTemplate:Infobox ship characteristics/paramlineTemplate:Infobox ship characteristics/paramlineTemplate:Infobox ship characteristics/paramlineTemplate:Infobox ship characteristics/paramlineTemplate:Infobox ship characteristics/paramlineTemplate:Infobox ship characteristics/paramlineTemplate:Infobox ship characteristics/paramlineTemplate:Infobox ship characteristics/paramlineTemplate:Infobox ship characteristics/paramlineTemplate:Infobox ship characteristics/paramlineTemplate:Infobox ship characteristics/paramlineTemplate:Infobox ship characteristics/paramlineTemplate:Infobox ship characteristics/paramlineTemplate:Infobox ship characteristics/paramlineTemplate:Infobox ship characteristics/paramlineTemplate:Infobox ship characteristics/paramlineTemplate:Infobox ship characteristics/paramlineTemplate:Infobox ship characteristics/paramlineTemplate:Infobox ship characteristics/paramlineTemplate:Infobox ship characteristics/paramlineTemplate:Infobox ship characteristics/paramlineTemplate:Infobox ship characteristics/paramlineTemplate:Infobox ship characteristics/paramlineTemplate:Infobox ship characteristics/paramlineTemplate:Infobox ship characteristics/paramlineTemplate:Infobox ship characteristics/paramlineTemplate:Infobox ship characteristics/paramlineTemplate:Infobox ship characteristics/paramlineTemplate:Infobox ship characteristics/paramline

USS John J. Van Buren (DE-753) was a United States Navy [[Cannon class destroyer escort #REDIRECTmw:Help:Magic words#Other
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John J. Van Buren was laid down by the Western Pipe and Steel Company at San Pedro, California, on 18 August 1943. She was launched on either 16 January 1944[3] or 26 March 1944,[4] sponsored by Mrs. J. J. Van Buren, the widow of the ship‍ '​s namesake, Lieutenant, junior grade, John J. Van Buren.

Before John J. Van Buren could be completed, her construction was suspended on 6 June 1944 and cancelled on 1 September 1944. The incomplete ship was scrapped.

Notes

  1. ^ Per the Dictionary of American Naval Fighting Ships (at http://www.history.navy.mil/danfs/j3/john_j_van_buren.htm).
  2. ^ Per NavSource Online (at http://www.navsource.org/archives/06/753.htm).
  3. ^ Per the Dictionary of American Naval Fighting Ships (at http://www.history.navy.mil/danfs/j3/john_j_van_buren.htm).
  4. ^ Per NavSource Online (at http://www.navsource.org/archives/06/753.htm).

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