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USS Magoffin APA-199 Veterans Association
This web page is dedicated to the
USS Magoffin APA-199 and the vets who manned her.
1944-1946 / 1948-1968
The cover photo is the earliest we have of the Magoffin. This was taken during her shake down cruise in 1944. She is in Pacific Camo paint. Thanks to D.L. Henry, who was a member of the commissioning crew.
The Summer 2016 issue of the Magoffin Messenger is available (as well as all of the back issues) Click Here
The Branson Reunion was wonderful. Lots of participation, raised $1500.00 for the Scholarship fund, some new faces, couldn't have been better.
The men who served aboard in the 1950's
The men who served aboard in the 1960's
The women who share thier lives with the men of the Magoffin
To see Mike Stein's photos of the reunion Click Here
To see Cindy Duncan's photos of the reunion Click Here
To see Terry Little's photos of the reunion Click Here
Don Culpepper has provided us with over 900 photos from the Magoffin during the 66-67 time frame. Lots of great photos. Click here to see them.
Do you believe you were affected by Agent Orange while aboard the Magoffin?
Thanks to the efforts of Richard Wood, BM2 the Magoffin is now on the Roster of "Agent Orange Alphabetized Ships List" on the US Department of Veterans Affairs website. http://www.publichealth.va.gov/exposures/agentorange/shiplist/list.asp#M
This listing should make a claim much easier to process through the VA. Thanks to Richard for his hard work to get this accomplished.
Asbestos on Navy Ships
Recently there has been a lot of publicity about Asbestos on ships and Mesothelioma (a specific form of lung cancer caused by asbestos. Click here to learn more about your legal rights if you were exposed.
This site was last updated on October 19, 2016