Administration for disposal

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  • After the station was closed, the site was turned over to the General Services Administration for disposal.
  • On that date, she was also transferred to the Maritime Administration for disposal.
  • The field was declared surplus and released to the War Assets Administration for disposal.
  • She was transferred to the Maritime Administration for disposal.
  • The facility operated as a communications site until December 1945 when it was closed and turned over to the War Assets Administration for disposal.
  • That same day, she was transferred to the U.S. Maritime Commission's War Shipping Administration for disposal.
  • She eventually was transferred to the Maritime Administration for disposal and was scrapped in 1948.
  • The airfield was declared surplus in 1946 and was reported to the General Service Administration for disposal.
  • The Leahy class was taken out of service in the early 1990s, stricken from the naval register, and transferred to the maritime administration for disposal.
  • On 6 December 1945 she was placed out of service and delivered to the War Shipping Administration for disposal.
  • The facility was turned over to the General Services Administration for disposal in 1962 and was turned over to the State of New Mexico and several private owners.
  • She was struck from the Naval Vessel Register 1 August and transferred to the Maritime Administration for disposal.
  • The station went on caretaker status March 1, 1946 and was released to the War Assets Administration for disposal two months later.
  • The USAAF closed the facility in September 1946, and it was turned over to the War Assets Administration for disposal.
  • After use in a special explosives test, she was turned over to the War Shipping Administration for disposal, her contribution to the Navy's great logistic effort at an end.
  • She was decommissioned, and struck from the Navy List in August 1973 and transferred to the Maritime Administration for disposal.
  • She was decommissioned there on 28 March 1946 and was turned over to the War Shipping Administration for disposal.
  • On 20 December 1945 the ship was decommissioned and was returned to the War Shipping Administration for disposal.
  • She was decommissioned at Brooklyn on 21 March 1946 and turned over the War Shipping Administration for disposal.
  • Following the end of World War II, the President Warfield was decommissioned and returned to the War Shipping Administration for disposal as surplus.
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