USS Argonne (AP-4/AS-10/AG-31) was originally completed in 1920 under a United States Shipping Board (USSB) contract by the International Shipbuilding Corp., Hog Island, Pa., delivered to the War Department in December 1920, named Argonne for the U.S. Army's Meuse-Argonne campaign participation in World War I, laid up in February 1921 and loaned to the Navy on 3 November 1921. Accepted preliminarily by the Navy on that date, she was commissioned as Argonne on 8 November 1921 at the Philadelphia Navy Yard, Lt. Comdr. Theodore H. Winters in command. The ship was permanently transferred to the Navy 6 August 1924 by Executive Order.

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  • USS Argonne (AP-4/AS-10/AG-31) was originally completed in 1920 under a United States Shipping Board (USSB) contract by the International Shipbuilding Corp., Hog Island, Pa., delivered to the War Department in December 1920, named Argonne for the U.S. Army's Meuse-Argonne campaign participation in World War I, laid up in February 1921 and loaned to the Navy on 3 November 1921. Accepted preliminarily by the Navy on that date, she was commissioned as Argonne on 8 November 1921 at the Philadelphia Navy Yard, Lt. Comdr. Theodore H. Winters in command. The ship was permanently transferred to the Navy 6 August 1924 by Executive Order. (en)
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  • Sold for scrap, 14 August 1950
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  • USS Argonne (AP-4/AS-10/AG-31) was originally completed in 1920 under a United States Shipping Board (USSB) contract by the International Shipbuilding Corp., Hog Island, Pa., delivered to the War Department in December 1920, named Argonne for the U.S. Army's Meuse-Argonne campaign participation in World War I, laid up in February 1921 and loaned to the Navy on 3 November 1921. Accepted preliminarily by the Navy on that date, she was commissioned as Argonne on 8 November 1921 at the Philadelphia Navy Yard, Lt. Comdr. Theodore H. Winters in command. The ship was permanently transferred to the Navy 6 August 1924 by Executive Order. (en)
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  • USS Argonne (AS-10) (en)
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