|Class||Benson / Gleaves|
|Built by||Charleston Navy Yard (Charleston, South Carolina, U.S.A.)|
|Laid down||15 Nov 1939|
|Launched||15 Feb 1941|
|Commissioned||17 Jul 1941|
|Lost||22 Aug 1942 42.34N, 60.05W|
USS Ingraham (Cdr. W.M Haynsworth, Jr.) sank after a violent collision with the Navy oil tanker USS Chemung in 'pea-soup fog' off the coast of Nova Scotia in position 42º34'N, 60º05'W. The Ingraham was part of Task Force 37 escorting Convoy AT-20 to the United Kingdom. An internal explosion caused the ship to blaze from stem to stern. It was all over in a flash, the burning wreck vanishing beneath the waves taking the lives of 219 of her crew. There were only 11 survivors, 2 officers and 9 ratings all rescued by the Chemung's boat crews.
Cdr.William Mccall Haynsworth, Jr., USN17 July41--22.8.42
|Built by||Federal Shipbuilding & Drydock Co. (Kearny, New Jersey, U.S.A.)|
|Laid down||4 Aug 1943|
|Launched||16 Jan 1944|
|Commissioned||10 Mar 1944|
|End service||16 Jul 1971 transferred to Greece|
On 5 May 1945, she came under concerted air attack, and shot down four
Japanese planes before a fifth crashed into her.Killing 15 crew
Decommissioned and stricken 16 July 1971.
Transferred to Greece 16 July 1971 being renamed Miaoulis.
Miaoulis was stricken in 1992.
Miaoulis was finally sunk as a target on 9 October 2001.