USS Pilot (AM-104) Areas With Asbestos Exposure

The USS Pilot (AM-104), a United States Navy Auk-class minesweeper that saw service in the Mediterranean and Pacific Theaters of Operations during World War II, was laid down as an ocean-going minesweeper by the Pennsylvania Shipyards Inc., Beaumont, Texas, on 27 October 1941; launched on 5 July 1942; sponsored by Miss Jacqueline Perry; and commissioned 3 February 1943, Lt. Comdr. S. W. Wetmore, USNR, in command. The ship was decommissioned and reentered the Reserve Fleet in October 1954, and struck from the Naval Register in July 1972 before being transferred to Mexico that month. It was retired from service in 2004. Receiving an asbestos-related diagnosis is life-changing. While you’re figuring out treatment and the timelines of the treatment, you’re going to also need a trustworthy lawyer who will fight for your rights. We can put you in touch with the right attorneys that can help you find the best way to proceed to a more secure financial future.

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Shipmates on USS Pilot (AM-104)

garland g. bachman

joseph burley clark jr.

philip i. goldberg

evan owen jones

eugene l. schildt

john melvin woods