The USS Muliphen
The 2021 Reunion will be September 20 thru
September 24 in Annapolis, MD It will be a Joint-Reunion with
the USS Rankin and several other Amphibious Ships.
For Details and
Registration CLICK HERE
The USS Muliphen Reunion will be
held in Annapolis, Maryland, from Monday, September 20 to
Friday, September 24, 2021. This is the reunion that was
postponed from 2020.
As in previous years, sailors and
guests from other amphibious ships will be invited to join us.
We expect a large crowd, and a wonderful reunion!
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see basic information about this reunion:
of U.S Naval Academy
Tour of Baltimore, Liberty Ship, and Harbor Sightseeing Cruise
Tour of Annapolis
a Registration Form
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To Donate to the USS Muliphen Reunion
Association Please go to the Donate NOW button to place your
Any Shipmate or Spouse interested in the
Board position of "Treasurer) please contact me via Text at
Linda Sharp has announced her retirement as
our Treasurer. Until a new Treasurer is selected please send
all checks to the President of the Muliphen Assoc.
Gerald Wotherspoon at 1920 Raven
Manor Drive. Dover, FL 33527
Due to the cancellation of the 2020 Reunion, the DoubleTree Hotel
has allowed the Muliphen to "reset" their reunion for April 21, 2021
with all the same fees. Watch your mail for 2021 registration
CANCELLATION - The 2020 Reunion in JAX has been cancelled due to the
Virus. We expect to have the 2021 reunion in JAX at the same
hotel with the same itinerary around the same time of year.
Letters to attendees will follow soon with full refunds.
October 11, 2018
July 31, 2018
May 1, 2007
1960's Photo courtesy of Shipmate
The Ship's Motto
American Campaign Medal - ** (2)Asiatic-Pacific Campaign Medals -
World War II Victory Medal
Navy Occupation Service Medal (with Asia clasp) - National Defense
Service Medal - ** Armed Forces Expeditionary Medal Lebanon,
(1 Jul 53
- 1 Nov 58)
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Displacement 6,458 t.(lt) 14,200 t.(fl.);
Length 459' 2"
Draft 26' 4"
Speed 16.5 kts.
Cargo Capacity 4,450 dwt
One single 5"/38 DP gun mount
Four twin 40mm AA gun mounts
single 20mm AA gun mounts
Final Disposition, sunk as an artificial reef 16.5 miles east
off Port St Lucie FL., January 1989. Sitting upright, at a depth of
International Radio Call Sign:
November - Hotel - Golf - Charlie
27° 24′ 19.86″ N, 80° 0′ 20.22″ W
In 1962 the "Might Mule" participated in
the make of the movie "The Longest Day" (from the book by
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since May 1, 2007