Antisubmarine Development Detachment, Atlantic Fleet


Antisubmarine Development Detachment, Atlantic Fleet

The Antisubmarine Development Detachment, Atlantic Fleet (ASDEVLANT) was a U.S. Navy detachment located at Quonset Point, Rhode Island. The detachment was responsible for the study and development of antisubmarine gear during World War II.

The Commander of the detachment was known as COMASDEVLANT.

ee also

* USS Trumpeter (DE-180)

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