1940(Saratoga Model Shipyard SMY-40)
- Class: Bridge - 1 storeship of 1917
- Displacement: 5,000 tons light / 8,500 tons full load
- Dimensions: 422'11" x 55'2" x 20'8"
- Machinery: steam reciprocating, 1-shaft S.H.P. 4,000 = 14 knots
- Armament: 4-5"/51 guns
- Complement: 212
- Builder: Boston Navy Yard, Boston, MA
- Laid down:
- Launched: 18 May 1916
- Commissioned: 2 Jun 1917
- Decommissioned: 27 Jun 1946
- Notes: First purpose built store ship with refrigerating capacity for the US Navy, in commission continuously through the end of World War II. Transferred stores and provisions to fleet and shore stations from 1917; Naval Overseas Transport Service 1917-18 with four round trips across the Atlantic; Atlantic Fleet operations 1918-22. To Europe and duty in Turkish waters 1922-23; return to US 1923 for operations along East and West coasts, Caribbean, and Canal Zone. Temporary duty with Asiatic Fleet 1937-38; service between California and Pearl Harbor 1940-41. Transport from US to Alaska, Fiji, tonga, New Caledonia, New Zealand, Pearl Harbor, Marshall Islands and Okinawa 1940-45 followed by occupation duty in Japan. Struck mine 1 Nov 1945 while operating off Korea; repaired Sasebo and resumed occupation duty until Jun 1946 when decommissioned. Sold Manila Dec 1947; mercantile Don Jose; scrapped 1953. One Battle Star for World War II service.