- Class: Evarts (GMT) - 65 destroyer escorts of 1941-42
- Displacement: 1,140 tons standard / 1,436 tons full load
- Dimensions: 283'6"(wl) 289'5"(oa) x 35'2" x 11'10"
- Machinery: 4 GM 16-278A diesel engines w/ electric drive, 6,000 SHP = 21.5 knots
- Armament: 3-3in/50 (3x1), 2-40mm (1x2), 9-20mm AA guns; 2 DCT, 8 DCP, 1 hedgehog
- Complement: 194
- Builder: Mare Island Navy Yard
- Keel Laid: 28 Feb 1942
- Launched: 22 Aug 1942
- Commissioned: 20 Jan 1943
- Decommissioned: 9 Oct 1945
- Notes: Also known as the "short hull" or GMT (General Motors Tandem diesel drive) class. A total of 105 were planned, of which 97 were completed, with 65 retained by the U.S. Navy and 32 transferred to Great Britain, becoming part of the Royal Navy's Captain class. Many were completed with quad 1.1in in "X" position, but a few had the twin 40mm as shown here.
- Service: Laid down and launched as Bentick (BDE-13), intended for transfer to Great Britain, but reallocated to the U.S. Navy and renamed Brennan (DE-13) 6 Jan 1943. First of her class to be completed. Following shakedown training off southern California, she arrived in Miami, Florida on 4 Mar, to serve as a training ship for student officers and prospective crews of destroyer escorts. She operated in the Florida Strait and in the West Indies for the remainder of her career, frequently touching at ports in Haiti, Jamaica, and Cuba. She was decommissioned in Oct 1945 at New York Navy Yard and scrapped in 1946.