USS Ranger (CV-4) Areas With Asbestos Exposure

Being the first ship to be a Ranger-class, the USS Ranger (CV-4) was built in Newport News, Virginia, with the hull number CV-4. It was commissioned in 1934, being in active service for 12 years until it was decommissioned in 1946. It measured 769 feet and carried over 2,000 men and held a maximum of 86 aircraft.

Many World War II Navy veterans were exposed to dangerous levels of asbestos due to the fact that asbestos was commonly used in the building of battleships and destroyers. If you believe you were exposed to asbestos while serving aboard the USS Ranger (CV-4), we are here to make your next steps as easy and successful as possible. Our team will promptly connect you with highly skilled professionals in your area, whether you are seeking medical assistance or financial compensation for treatment costs, hospitalization, and pain and suffering.

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Shipmates on USS Ranger (CV-4)

Michael J. Abraham

Frank L. Alianza

Clyde Cecil Andrews

Stephen Donald Bakran

Clyde H. Baxter

John Andrew Black

Robert W. Bruce

Charles Cameron

Morris Cohen

William Michael Finnegan

Clarence Charles Coover

Arthur Gavin

Lofton Russell Henderson

Joseph Paul Marchand

Hamilton McWhorter

Roy F. Nelson

John W. Newland

Wylie Kent Parks

Joseph Richard Zeller