- Class: Rudderow (TEV) - 22 destroyer escorts of 1942-43
- Displacement: 1,450 tons
- Dimensions: 300(wl) 306(oa) x 37 x 9.75 ft.
- Machinery: 2-shaft turbo-electric drive, S.H.P. 12,000 = 24 knots
- Armament: 2-5"/38 (2x1), 10-40mm (1x4,3x2), 10-20mm AA guns, 2 DCT, 8 DCP, 1 hedgehog
- Complement: 200
- Builder: Philadelphia Navy Yard
- Keel Laid: 15 Jul 1943
- Launched: 14 Oct 1943
- Commissioned: 15 May 1944
- Decommissioned: 15 Jan 1947
- Notes: Also known as the "long hull" TEV (Turbo Electric drive with 5-inch guns) class. A total of 252 were planned, of which only 22 completed as DEs for the U.S. Navy and a further 50 were completed as APD high-speed transports. Essentially the same hull and machinery as the Buckley (TE) class, but with two 5"/38 guns instead of three 3"/50 guns. Originally had a twin 40mm aft, but that was upgraded to a quad mount in 1945, while original triple torpedo tubes were replaced by twin 40mm mounts in a 1945 AA upgrade.
- Service: Steamed to New Guinea Oct 1944 to join 7th Fleet. Escort for invasion at Lingayen Gulf in Jan-Feb 1945, Zamboanga in Mar, and continuing escort duties in Philippines until end of war. Two battle stars.