USS Crockett (APA-148)
|Ordered:||as type VC2-S-AP5|
|Laid down:||date unknown|
|Launched:||28 November 1944|
|Acquired:||18 January 1945|
|Commissioned:||18 January 1945|
|In service:||5 June 1946|
|Out of service:||15 October 1946|
|Struck:||1 October 1958|
|Fate:||scrapped, unknown date|
|Displacement:||12,450 tons (full load)|
|Length:||455 ft 0 in (138.68 m)|
|Beam:||62 ft 0 in (18.90 m)|
|Draught:||24 ft 0 in (7.32 m)|
|Armament:||one 5” gun mount,
twelve 40mm mounts,
ten 20mm mounts
Crockett (APA-148) was launched 28 November 1944 by Kaiser Shipbuilding, Inc., Vancouver, Washington, under a Maritime Commission contract; sponsored by Mrs. L. D. Whitgrove, wife of Captain Whitgrove; acquired by the Navy 18 January 1945; and commissioned the same day, Commander J. R. Bagshaw, Jr., USNR, in command.
World War II service 
Unloading troops under enemy fire 
Embarking Army troops, Crockett sailed by way of Ulithi for Okinawa where from 24 to 27 June she unloaded under air attack and embarked survivors of ships lost at Okinawa for transfer to San Francisco, California.
End-of-war activity 
After a short availability in the States (17–30 July), Crockett returned to transport duty in the Pacific Ocean, carrying passengers and cargo to Guam, and transporting soldiers from Manila to Aomori, Japan, for occupation duty. She was assigned to "Operation Magic Carpet" duty, returning men eligible for discharge, and arrived at San Diego, California, 21 October with her first group of veterans. Crockett returned from a second voyage to Okinawa on 8 December, sailed from Seattle, Washington, 12 January 1946, and arrived at Norfolk, Virginia, 1 February.
In reserve and decommissioning 
She was placed in commission, in reserve 5 June, and out of commission in reserve 15 October 1946. She was transferred to the Maritime Commission for disposal 1 October 1958.