USS Kendrick
DD 612 (Bristol class)

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Builder:         Bethlehem Steel, San Pedro
Laid Down:  	 May 1, 1941
Launched:        April 2, 1942
Commissioned:  	 September 12, 1942
Decommissioned:  3/31/47
Fate:            Sunk as target off Key West, 3/2/68

We are seeking information on the USS Kendrick and her crews. Files and photos may be E-mailed to us and we will incorporate them into these pages.

The E-mail:


Kendrick was a "Well-Deck" destroyer; the weather deck was not a single complete deck from fantail to bullnose. Just forward of mid- ships the well-deck started running back to the stern. The foredeck was one deck above this level. My father, Daniel Vance Bryan an ROTC officer called up in June 1943, joined this ship in the Brooklyn Navy Yard as communication officer. He was billeted with an officer named Raymond McConlog.

Raymond C. Bryan

Feb 21, 2005:

To Whom it may concern, I am a brother of a First Class Petty Officer who served on the above ship. I can't seem to find any info on it's service area during WW11. How can I obtain same? Wayne R.Burlingame.

My brother was Ralph H.Burlingame (Water Tender)

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