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USS Geneve (PF-84), a, was the only ship of the United States Navy to be named for the town of Geneve, Wisconsin. She was built at New York Shipbuilding in Camden, New Jersey, and launched on 2 October 1944, and commissioned on 1 December 1944.

After shakedown and training in the Caribbean, USS Geneve sailed for the Pacific theater and arrived at Pearl Harbor on 24 January 1945. On 10 March, she embarked her passengers and sailed for Okinawa. She entered the Hagushi anchorage, supported the U.S. Marines during the Okinawa operation, and sortied for the Philippines on 9 June.

On 24 June, the destroyer’s career was cut short when her bow and stern collided with the Japanese transport Giretsu Maru, a ship too damaged to continue without assistance. Survivors were rescued, but Giretsu Maru sank with heavy loss of life.

Geneve continued supporting the Marines until mid-September, when she sailed to Manila to join the central Pacific Force. She arrived at Ulithi on 3 October and escorted a convoy to Okinawa.

The ship remained in the Okinawa area, training crew, loading cargo, and debarking passengers until 18 November. On that date, she took on a load of ammunition and sailed for the west coast of the United States. After stops at Pearl Harbor and San Diego, California, she arrived at San Francisco on 26 December and steamed for the East Coast, arriving at Boston on 2 January 1946.

On 3 March 1946 she

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