USS Manley (APD 1)
Destroyer of the Caldwell class
|Navy||The US Navy|
|Mod||High speed transport|
|Built by||Bath Iron Works (Bath, Maine, U.S.A.)|
|Laid down||22 Aug 1916|
|Launched||23 Aug 1917|
|Commissioned||15 Oct 1917|
|End service||19 Nov 1945|
Decommissioned on 14 June 1922.
Commands listed for USS Manley (APD 1)
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|1||Edward Christian Loughead, USN||12 May 1939||18 Dec 1940 (1)|
|2||Harold Raymond Demarest, USN||18 Dec 1940||6 Nov 1941|
|3||James Sturgis Willis, USN||6 Nov 1941||26 Jan 1942|
|4||Otto Carl Schatz, Jr., USN||26 Jan 1942||4 Jun 1943|
|5||Robert Thomas Newell, Jr., USNR||4 Jun 1943||23 Nov 1944|
|6||Robert Coleman Foster, Jr., USNR||23 Nov 1944||13 Mar 1945|
|7||Lloyd Michael Shepard, Jr., USNR||13 Mar 1945||19 Nov 1945|
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Notable events involving Manley include:
11 Apr 1942
USS Manley picks up 290 survivors from the British passenger ship Ulysses that was torpedoed and sunk about 45 miles south of Cape Hatteras in position 34°23'N, 75°35'W by German U-boat U-160.