- Class: Evarts (GMT) - 65 destroyer escorts of 1941-42
- Displacement: 1,140 tons
- Dimensions: 283.5(wl) 289.5(oa) x 35 x 10 ft.
- Machinery: 2-shaft diesels, S.H.P. 6,000 = 19.5 knots
- Armament: 3-3"/50 (3x1), 2-40 mm (1x2), 9-20 mm A.A. guns; 2 DCT, 8 DCP, 1 hedgehog
- Complement: 170
- Builder: Boston Navy Yard
- Keel Laid: 17 Oct 1942
- Launched: 7 Dec 1942
- Commissioned: 15 Apr 1943
- Decommissioned: 2 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.
- Service: Evarts was launched as BDE-5, intended for transfer to Great Britain, but retained for use in the U.S. Navy. After antisubmarine training in Chesapeake Bay, she began steady service as a convoy escort. Made five voyages to Casablanca, two to Bizerte, one to Palermo, and three to Oran. Completed her escort duties in Jun 1945 and then served briefly at the submarine school at New London before decommissioning. She was scrapped in 1946.