USS Nausett IV

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Nausett IV
(ACM-15: dp. 910, 1. 189, b. 37', dr. 12', s. 12 k.; cpl. 135 GL ACM-I I )

Originally built as a mine planter for the U.S. Army, auxiliary mine layer ACM-15 was transferred to the custody of the Navy in March 1951. Never commissioned, ACM-IS was first berthed at Charleston as a unit of the Atlantic Reserve Fleet. Later moved to Green Cove Springs, Florida, she remained in reserve until struck from the Navy List, 1 July 1960. During that time she was redesignated MMA-lo, 7 February 1955, and named Nausett, 1 May 1955. After being struck, Nausett was stripped and sold, 17 May 1961, to Caribbean Enterprises, Ine., Miami, Florida.