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Ships Associated with SHAD Tests

 

Project SHAD, an acronym for Shipboard Hazard and Defense, was part of a larger effort called Project 112, which was conducted during the 1960s. Project SHAD encompassed tests designed to identify U.S. warships' vulnerabilities to attacks with chemical or biological warfare agents and to develop procedures to respond to such attacks while maintaining a war-fighting capability.

Updated July 26, 2004.

Ship SHAD Tests
U.S.S George Eastman (YAG-39) 63-1 Eager Belle I
63-1 Eager Belle II
64-2 Flower Drum I
65-17 Fearless Johnny
66-13 Half Note
65-4 Magic Sword
U.S.S Granville S. Hall (YAG-40) 63-1 Eager Belle II
63-2 Autumn Gold
64-2 Flower Drum I
64-4 [Red Beva] Shady Grove
65-6 Big Tom
65-17 Fearless Johnny
66-13 Half Note
68-50 Speckled Start [68-11]
69-32
U.S.S Hoel (DDG-13) 63-2 Autumn Gold
U.S.S Berkeley (DDG-15) 65-13 High Low
U.S.S Navarro (APA-215) 63-1 Eager Belle II
63-2 Autumn Gold
U.S.S Okanogan (APA-220) 65-13 High Low
U.S.S Fort Snelling (LSD-30) 69-10
U.S.S Tioga County (LST-1158) 63-1 Eager Belle II
63-2 Autumn Gold
U.S.S Wexford County (LST-1168) 65-13 High Low
U.S.S Carpenter (DD-825) 63-1 Eager Belle II
63-2 Autumn Gold
U.S.S Herbert J. Thomas (DD-833) 66-5 Purple Sage
66-6 Scarlet Sage
69-31
U.S.S Power (DD-839) 65-1 Copper Head
U.S.S Fechteler (DD-870) 65-13 High Low
U.S.S Carbonero (SS-337) 65-6 Big Tom
66-13 Half Note
68-71 Folded Arrow
U.S.NS Samuel Phillips Lee (T-AGS 31) 70-C
U.S.NS Silas Bent (T-AGS 26) 70-C
U.S. Navy Tug, ATF 105 64-2 Flower Drum II
Army Light, Tugs 2080, 2081, 2085, 2086, 2087 64-4 [Red Beva] Shady Grove
66-13 Half Note
68-50 Speckled Start [68-11]
68-71 Folded Arrow
69-32
65-17 Fearless Johnny (Only two of the five tugs participated but which two have not been identified.)