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1.5.2.2.1.2 Where other fire prevention measures are in place, the requirements in paragraph. 1.5.2.2.3 Carports in the form of a shelter (i.e.. epub roppsi.comUSS Parry (DE-294) USS Parry (DE-294/APD-114) was an built for the U.S. Navy during World War II. She served in the Pacific Ocean theatre of operations and provided destroyer escort protection against submarine and air attack for Navy vessels and convoys. She was named in honor of Lieutenant (jg.) William A. Parry who was killed in a plane crash while on passage to Guam in September 1942. She was laid down on 17 February 1943 at Kearny, N.J., by the Federal Shipbuilding & Dry Dock Co.; launched on 10 May 1943; sponsored by Mrs. Roy L. Parry; and commissioned on 18 August 1943 at the New York Navy Yard, Lt. Comdr. W. E. Swan in command. World War II Pacific Theatre operations After a period of shakedown, the destroyer escort cleared New York on 21 September and arrived at San Francisco on 4 October. She transited the Panama Canal on 29–31 October and arrived at Pearl Harbor on 6 November. Following exercises with the 1st Marine Aircraft Wing, Parry operated out of Pearl Harbor until 1 December when she departed the Hawaiian Islands bound for the New Hebrides Islands. She arrived at Espiritu Santo on 3 December and conducted evolutions with the U.S. Marine Corps until 11 December. After the completion of training operations with Marine units, Parry departed the New Hebrides and arrived at San Francisco on 11 January 1944. Returning to Pearl Harbor on 18 January, she cleared the Pacific Ocean on 24 January to cross the equator on 7 February. The destroyer escort transited the Panama Canal on 11–17 February and reached San Francisco on 23 February. Parry arrived at Pearl Harbor on 11 March, and on 7 April departed that base for Majuro in the Marshall Islands. She arrived at her new base on 31 May and began training exercises with Task Unit 72.4.2 (Search and Rescue). 81555fee3f