Vanderburgh APB-48 - History

Vanderburgh APB-48 - History

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(APB-48: dp. 4,080 (lim.); 1. 328'0"; b. 50'0"; dr. 11'2" (lim.); s. 10 k. (tl.); cpl. 137; trp. 302; a.8 40mm.; cl. Benewah)

Vanderburgh (APB-48)—a tank landing ship converted during construction to a self-propelled barracks ship-was laid down on 12 January 1945 at Evansville, Ind., by the Missouri Valley Bridge ~ Iron Co.; launched on 20 April 1945; sponsored by Mrs. C. A. Bailey; and commissioned at New Orleans on 3 July 1945.

The ship conducted brief shakedown training late in July and, in mid-August, headed via the Panama Canal Zone for Hawaii. Vanderburgh arrived at Pearl Harbor on 2 September where she stopped for six days before continuing on to the Far East for duty supporting American occupation forces there. After stops at Eniwetok and Guam, she arrived in Sasebo, Japan, on 2 October. Vanderburgh remained briefly at Sasebo before moving to Hiro Wan, a bay on Japan's Inland Sea near Hiroshima and Kure. She remained there, providing living quarters for occupation personnel until early 1946. At that time, the ship headed eastward, stopped at Pearl Harbor, and arrived at San Francisco on 8 April 1946.

There, she began temporary duty as accommodation ship and simultaneously began preparations for inactivation. On 30 January 1947, she was placed out of commission and was berthed in Stockton, Calif., in the Pacific Reserve Fleet. She remained in reserve until 1 April 1972 when her name was struck from the Navy list. On 15 November 1972, the former Vanderburgh was sold to Mr. Ronald M. Fraser, of Portland, Oreg., for scrapping.

What did your Vanderburgh ancestors do for a living?

In 1940, Laborer and Teacher were the top reported jobs for men and women in the US named Vanderburgh. 32% of Vanderburgh men worked as a Laborer and 38% of Vanderburgh women worked as a Teacher. Some less common occupations for Americans named Vanderburgh were Teacher and Housewife .

*We display top occupations by gender to maintain their historical accuracy during times when men and women often performed different jobs.

Top Male Occupations in 1940

Top Female Occupations in 1940


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USS Arleigh Burke DDG-51 c only
USS Barry DDG-52 c only
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USS Catskill LSV-1
USS Ozark LSV-2
USS Ozark MSC-2 c
USS Ashland LSD-1
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USS Carter Hall LSD-3
USS Epping Forest LSD-4
USS Gunston Hall LSD-5
USS Lindenwald LSD-6
USS Oak Hill LSD-7
USS White Marsh LSD-8
USS Casa Grande LSD-13
USS Rushmore LSD-14
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USS Cabildo LSD-16
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USS Colonial LSD-18
USS Comstock LSD-19
USS Donner LSD-20
USS Fort Mandan LSD-21 c
USS Fort Marion LSD-22
USS San Marcos LSD-25 c
USS Tortuga LSD-26
USS Whetstone LSD-27
USS Thomaston LSD-28
USS Plymouth Rock LSD-29 c
USS Fort Snelling LSD-30 c
USS Point Defiance LSD-31
USS Spiegel Grove LSD-32 c
USS Alamo LSD-33
USS Hermitage LSD-34 c
USS Monticello LSD-35
USS Anchorage LSD-36
USS Portland LSD-37
USS Pensacola LSD-38 c
USS Mount Vernon LSD-39
USS Fort Fisher LSD-40 c
USS Whidbey Island LSD-41 c only
USS Germantown LSD-42 c
USS Fort McHenry LSD-43 c
USS Gunston Hall LSD-44 c only
USS Comstock LSD-45 c
USS Tortuga LSD-46 c only
USS Rushmore LSD-47 c
USS Ashland LSD-48 c only
USS Harpers Ferry LSD-49 c
USS Carter Hall LSD-50 c only
USS Oak Hill LSD-51 c
USS Pearl Harbor LSD-52 c

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USS Thetis Bay CVHA-1
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USS Inchon MCS-12 c only
USS Tarawa LHA-1
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USS Belleau Wood LHA-3c
USS Nassau LHA-4c only
USS Peleliu LHA-5 D
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USS Long Island CVE-1
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USS Core CVE (ACV) 13 D
USS Nassau CVE-16
USS Altamaha CVE-18
USS Barnes CVE (ACV) 20 D
USS Block Island CVE (ACV) 21 D
USS Breton CVE (ACV) 23 D
USS Crotan CVE (ACV) 25 D
French AKV-43 ex Crotan CVE-25
USS Sangamon CVE (ACV) 26 D
USS Chenango CVE (ACV) 28 D
USS Santee CVE (ACV) 29 D
USS Charger CVE (ACV) 30 D
USS Prince William CVE (ACV) 31 D
USS Casablanca CVE-55
USS Anzio CVE-57
USS Corregidor CVE-58
USS Natoma Bay CVE-62
USS St. Lo CVE-63
USS Tripoli CVE-64
USS Wake Island CVE-65 D
USS White Plains CVE-66
USS Fanshaw Bay CVE-70 D
USS Nehenta CVE-74
USS Savo Island CVE-78 D
USS Petrof Bay CVE-80
USS Saginaw Bay CVE-82
USS Sargent Bay CVE-83
USS Shipley Bay CVE-85
USS Sitkoh Bay CVE-86
USS Cape Esperance CVE-88
USS Windham Bay CVE-92
USS Makin Island CVE-93
USS Lunga Point CVE-94
USS Bismarck Sea CVE-95
USS Salamaua CVE-96
USS Kwajalein CVE-98
USS Admiralty Islands CVE-99
USS Bougainville CVE-100
USS Matanikau CVE-101
USS Roi CVE-103
USS Munda CVE-104
USS Block Island CVE-106
USS Gilbert Islands CVE-107
USS Kula Gulf CVE-108
USS Cape Gloucester CVE-109
USS Selerno Bay CVE-110
USS Vella Gulf CVE-111
USS Siboney CVE-112
USS Rendova CVE-114
USS Bairoko CVE-115
USS Badoeng Strait CVE-116
USS Sicily CVE-118
USS Point Cruz CVE-119
USS Mindoro CVE-120
USS Palau CVE-122
USS Langley CV-1
USS Lexington CV-2
USS Saratoga CV-3
USS Ranger CV-4
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USS Enterprise CV-6
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USS Hornet CV-8
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USS Yorktown CV-10 c
USS Intrepid CV-11 c
USS Hornet CV-12
USS Franklin CV-13
USS Ticinderoga CV-14
USS Randolph CV-15 c
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USS Bunker Hill CV-17
USS Wasp CV-18 c
USS Hancock CV-19
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USS Independence CVL-22
USS Princeton CVL-23
USS Cowpens CVL-25
USS Monterey CVL-26
USS Langley CVL-27
USS Cabot CVL-28
USS Bataan CVL-29
USS Bon Homme Richard CV-31
USS Leyte CV-32
USS Kearsarge CV-33
USS Oriskany CV-34
USS Antietam CV-36
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USS Lake Champlain CV-39
USS Tarawa CV-40
USS Midway CV-41 c
USS Franklin D. Roosevelt CV-42c
USS Coral Sea CV-43 c
USS Valley Forge CV-45
USS Philippine Sea CV-47
USS Saipan CVL-48
USS Wright CVL-49
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USS Enterprise CVN-65
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USS Jack SS-259 D
USS Lapon SS-260 D
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USS Balao SS-285
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USS Ling SS-297 D
USS Sabalo SS-302
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USS Skate SS-305
USS Tang SS-306
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USS Sealion SS-315 c
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USS Jallao SS-368
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USS Lamprey SS-372
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USS Loggerhead SS-374 D
USS Mapiro SS-376 D
USS Menhaden SS-377
USS Sand Lance SS-381 D
USS Pampanito SS-383 (as museum ship SF)D
USS Parche SS-384
USS Bang SS-385
USS Pomfret SS-391
USS Sterlet SS-392
USS Queenfish SS-393
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USS Ronquil SS-396
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USS Sea Cat SS-399
USS Sea Devil SS-400
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USS Atule SS-403
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USS Sea Owl SS-405
USS Sea Poacher SS-406 D
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USS Spot SS-413 D
USS Springer SS-414 D
USS Stickleback SS-415
USS Tiru SS-416
USS Tench SS-417
USS Thornback SS-418 D
USS Tigrone SS-419
USS Tirante SS-420
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USS Corsair SS-435 D
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USS Conger SS-477
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USS Diablo SS-479
USS Medregal SS-480
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USS Irex SS-482
USS Sea Leopard SS-483
USS Odax SS-484
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USS Pomodon SS-486
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USS Spinaz SS-489
USS Volador SS-490
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USS Grampus SS-523 c
USS Grenadier SS-525
USS Tang SS-563
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USS Wahoo SS-565
USS Trout SS-566
USS Grudgeon SS-567
USS Nautilius SSN-571
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USS Grayback SS-574
USS Skate SSN-578
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USS Barbel SS-580
USS Bonefish SS-582 c only
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USS Permit SSN-594 D
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USS Theodore Roosevelt SSBN-600
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USS Coasters Harbor AG-74 D
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USS Elba AG-132 D
USS Ryer AG-138 D
USS Proton AG-147 D
USS Richard E. Kraus AG-151
USS Timmerman AG-152
USS Compass Island AG-153 c
USS Observation Island AG-154
USS Oxford AG-159
USS Georgetown AG-165
USS Peregrine AG-176
Cove MSI-1
Diamond TWR-1
Recruit TDE-1
USS Eagle 48 (PE 48) D
YTB-181 w/APA 58
YTB-766 c only
YTB-770 c only
YTB-790 c only
YTB-793 c only
YTB-809 c only
YTB-821 c only
YTB-827 c only
YTB-827 & YTB-770 paired, stern view c only
USS Okala ARS T-2

LCI-20 d
LCI-84 d
LCI-90 d
LCI-97 d
LCI-191 d
LCI-226 d
LCI-239 d
LCI-327 d
LCI-332 d
LCI-354 d
LCI-355 d
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LCI 398 d
LCI 402 d
LCI 424 d
LCI-428 d
LCI-436 d
LCI-486 d
LCI-501 d
LCI-538 d
LCI-549 d
LCI-551 d
LCI-561 d
LCI-568 d
LCI-580 d
LCI-615 d
LCI-620 d
LCI-672 d
LCI-691 d
LCI-726 d
LCI 736 d
LCI-769 d
LCI 791 d
LCI-879 d
LCI 881 d
LCI-952 d
LCI-1014 d
LCI-1025 d
LCI-1078 d
USS Avocet AMCU-16
USS Gull AMCU-26
USS Oriole AMCU-33
USS Tacloban PG-22
PCER-867 D
PC-537 D
PC-546 D
PC-1169 & 1244
PC-1230 D
Calumet WYT-86
SC -1360 D
PY 27 Girasol D
LLAC 38 c only
LLAC 39 c only
Marine Angel
Marine Cardinal
Marine Devil
Marine Dragon
Marine Eagle
Marine Falcon
Marine Flyer
Marine Fox
Marine Jumper
Marine Leopard
Marine Panther
Marine Robin
Marine Serpent
Marine Snapper
Marine Star
Marine Swallow
Marine Wolf
President McKinley
President Madison
President Pierce
President Taft
John W. Weeks (WW11 Army)
Marigold (Army Hospital ship)
Dan C. Kingman (Army )
Goethals ( Army)
Golden Bear
William Paca
John W. Troy
De Sota
Sea Blenny
Hawaiin Banker
Edward Chambers
Colgate Victory
Pocahontas ( Chesapeake Bay ferry)
Queen of Bermuda
USS Dover IX-0 ex PG 8
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USS Blue Dolphin IX-65
USS Migrant IX-66 D
USS Zaca IX-73 D
USS Juniata IX-77 D
USS Irene Foresyte IX-93
USS Richard Peck IX-96 D
USS Ocelot IX-110 D
USS Orvetia IX-157 D
USS Curlew IX-170 D
USS Grumium IX-174 D
USS Kingbird IX -176 D
USS Big Horn IX-207 D
Prinz Eugen IX-300
Gosport IX-517 c only
USS Indus AKN 1 D
USS Sagittarius AKN 2 D
USS Keokuk AKN 4 D
USS Zebra AKN 5 D
USS Kitty Hawk APV-1 D
USS Hammondsport APV 2 D
USS Lakehurst APV 3 D
USS Redbird AKL 398 D
USS Williamson AVD-2D
USS Greene AVD-13 D
USS Terror CM 5
USS Monadnock CM 9

USNS Keystone State T-ACS 1 c only
USNS Stalwart T-AGOS 1 c only
USNS Neptune T-ARC 2 c only
USNS Range Recoverer T- AGM 2
USNS Aeolus T-ARC 3 c only
USNS Longview T-AGM 3
USNS Vindicator T-AGOS 3 c only
USNS Niagara T-AFS 3 D
USNS Thor T-ARC 4 color only
USNS Wabash T-AOG 4 D
USNS Flickertail State T-ACS 5 c only
USNS Concord T-AFS 5
USNS San Diego T-AFS 6
USNS Persistent T-AGOS 6 c only
USNS Albert J. Meyer T-ARC 6 c only
USNS Indomitable T-AGOS 7 c only
USNS Zeus T-ARC 7 c only
USNS Lynch T-AGOR 7 c only
USNS Sirius T-AFS 8
USNS Prevail T-AGOS 8 c only
USNS Meteor T-AKR 9
USNS Spica T-AFS 9 D
USNS Saturn T-AFS 10 c only
USNS Invincible T-AGOS 10 c only
USNS Vandenburg T-AGM 10 c only
USNS Mizar T-AGOR 11 c only
USNS Bold T-AGOS 12 c only
USNS Worthy T-AGOS 14 c only
USNS Capable T-AGOS 16 c only
USNS Hayes T-AGOR 16 c only
USNS Able T-AGOS 20 c only
USNS Redstone T-AGM 20 c only
USNS Effective T-AGOS 21 c only
USNS Bowditch T-AGS 21 c only
USNS Loyal T-AGOS 22
USNS Range Sentinal T-AGM 22 c only
USNS Moana Wave T-AGOR 22 c only
USNS Observation Is. T-AGM 23 c only
USNS Banner T-AKL 25 D
USNS Silas Bent T-AGS 26
USNS Kane T-AGS 27 c only
USNS Chauvenet T-AGS 29 c
USNS Harkness T-AGS 32
USNS Wilkes T-AGS 33 c only
USNS Shasta T -AE 33
USNS Mount Baker T-AE 34 c only
USNS Wyman T-AGS 34
USNS Kiska T-AE 35 D
USNS Bondia T-AF 42 D
USNS Tallulah T-AO 50 D
USNS Littlehales T-AGS 52 c only
USNS Marias T-AO 57`c only
USNS Rigel T-AF 58 c only
USNS Pathfinder T-AGS 60 c only
USNS Pecos T-AO 65 D
USNS Cache T-AO-67 D
USNS Peconic T-AOG 68 D
USNS Millicoma T-AO-73 D
USNS Tonti T-AOG 76 D
USNS Chepachet T-AO 78 D
USNS Cowanesque T-AO 79 D
USNS Escambia T-AO 80 D
USNS Kennebago T-AO-81 D
USNS Mascoma T-AO 83 D
USNS Sagitta T-AK 87 D
USNS Tamaipais T-AO 96 D
USNS Cohocton T-AO 101 D
USNS Gen. John Pope T-AP 110
USNS Mission Carmel T-AO 113 D
USNS Jonah E. Kelly T-APC 116
USNS Gen. M.C. Meigs T-AP 116
USNS Gen. W.H. Gordon T-AP 117
USNS Mission Los Angeles T-AO 117 D
USNS Gen. Wm. Weigel T-AP 119
USNS Gen. D.I. Sultan T-AP 120
USNS Gen. E.D. Patrick T-AP 124
USNS Mission San Gabriel T-AO 124 D
USNS Gen. N.M. Walker T-AP 125
USNS Mission San Juan T-AO 126 D
USNS Gen. R.L. Howze T-AP 134
USNS Gen. W.M. Black T-AP 135
USNS Mission Soledad T-AO 136 D
USNS Gen. G.C. Norton T-AP 138
USNS Cedar Creek T-AO 138 D
USNS Sappa Creek T-AO 141 D
USNS Neosho T-AO 143 c only
USNS Mississinewa T-AO 144 c only
USNS Gen. W.F. Hase T-AP 146
USNS Truckee T-AO 147 c only
USNS Gen. E.T. Collins T-AP 147
USNS Gen. M.L. Hershey T-AP 148
USNS Atakapa T-ATF 149 c only
USNS Gen. M.M. Patrick T-AP 150
USNS Shoshone T-AOT 151 C only
USNS W.C. Langfitt T-AP 151 D
USNS Yukon T-AOT 152 c only
USNS Gen. A.W. Brewster T-AP 155
USNS Gen. D.E. Aultman T-AP 156
USNS Mosopelea T-ATF 158 c only
USNS Gen. S. Heintzelman T-AP 159
USNS Kingsport T-AG 164 c
USNS Powhatan T-ATF 166 c only
USNS Catawba T-ATF 168 D
Powhatan tows Wisconsin BB-64 from Philly to Norfolk 10-17-96 c only
USNS Mohawk T-ATF 170 c only
USNS Mohawk towing ex LPH 7 c only
USNS Apache T-ATF 172 c only
USNS Sealift Atlantic T-AOT 172 c only
USNS Sealift Mediterranean T-AOT 173 c only
USNS Sealift Antarctic T-AOT 176 c only
USNS James O'Hara T-AP 179
USNS D.C. Shanks T-AP 180
USNS F.C. Ainsworth T-AP 181
USNS Neches T-AO 183 c only
USNS Elden H. Johnson T-AP 184 D
USNS Henry J. Kaiser T-AO 187 c only
USNS Joshua Humphries T-AO 188 c only
USNS Herkimer T-AO 188 D
USNS John Lenthall T-AO 189 c only
USNS Lt. R.O. Beaudoin T-AP 189
USNS Pvt. Sadao S. Munamori T-AP 190
USNS Sgt. H.E. Woodford T-AP 191
USNS Marine Adder T-AP 193
USNS Walter S. Diehl T-AO 193 D
USNS Marine Lynx T-AP 194
USNS Vanguard T-AG 194 c only
USNS Leroy Grumman T-AO 195 c only
USNS Marine Phoenix T-AP 195
USNS Kanawha T-AO 196 c only
USNS Pecos T-AO 197 D
USNS Big Horn T-AO 198 c only
USNS Marine Carp T-AP 199
USNS Pembina T-AKS 200
USNS Patuxent T-AO 201 c only
USNS Laramie T-AO 203 c only
USNS Pvt. Francis A. McGraw T-AK 241
USNS Sgt. Andrew Miller T-AK 242
USNS Arlo L. Olson T-AK 245 D
USNS Short Splice T-AK 249 D
USNS Pvt. Frank J. Petrarca T-AK 250 D
USNS Sgt Truman Kimbro T-AK 254
USNS Lt. James E. Robinson T-AK 274 D
USNS Pvt. Joseph Merrell T-AK 275
USNS Sgt. Jack J. Pendelton T-AK 276 D
USNS Northern Light T-AK 284 c only
USNS Vega T-AK 286 c only
USNS Algol T-AKR 287 c only
USNS Altair T-AKR 291 c only
USNS Capella T-AKR 293 c only
USNS Benavidez T-AKR 306 D
USNS Redbud T-AKL 398 D
USNS Admiral Calahan T-AKR 1001
(under tow) c only
USNS Cape Nome T-AK 1014 c only
USNS Richard L. Matthiesen T-AOT 1124 c only
USNS Cpl. Louis J. Hague,Jr. T-AK 3000 c only
USNS Pfc. Wm. B. Baugh T-AK 3001 c only
USNS Sgt. James Anderson, Jr. T-AK 3002 c only
USNS Ist Lt Alex Bonnyman T-AK 3003 c only
USNS Pvt. Harry Fisher T-AK 3004 c only
USNS Sgt. Matej Kocak T-AK 3005 c only
USNS PFC Eugene A. Obregon T-AK 3006 c only
USNS Maj. Steven W. Pless T-AK 3007 c only
USNS 2nd Lt John P. Bobo T-AK 3008 c only
USNS Pfc Dewayne T. Williams T-AK 3009 c only
USNS 1st Lt Baldomero Lopaz T-AK 3010 c only
USNS 1st Lt Jack Lummus T-AK 3011 c only
USNS Sgt. Wm. R. Button T-AK 3012 c only
USNS Gy.Sgt. Fred W. Stockham T-AK 3017 c only
USNS Cape Ann T-AK 5009 c only
USNS Cape Mohican T-AK 5065 c only
USNS American Osprey T-AOT 5075 c only

USCGC Amethyst PYC-3
USCGC Escape WMEC-6 d
USCGC Polar Sea WAGB-11 c d
USCGC Thunderbolt WPG-12 c d
USCGC Healy WAGB-20 c d
USCGC Campbell WHEC-32
USCGC Ingham WHEC-35 c
USCGC Spencer WHEC-36
USCGC Taney WHEC-37 c
USCGC Alex Haley WMEC-39 c d
USCGC Winnebago WHEC-40
USCGC Chautauqua WHEC-41
USCGC Sebago WHEC-42
USCGC Iroquois WHEC-43
USCGC Washusett WHEC-44
USCGC Escanaba WHEC-64
USCGC Winona WHEC-65
USCGC Klamath WHEC-66
USCGC Minnetonka WHEC-67
USCGC Androscoggin WHEC-68
USCGC Mendota WHEC-69
USCGC Pontchartrain WMEC-70
USCGC Mohican WYTM-73
USCGC Mahoning WYTM-91
USCGC Raritan WYTM-93
USCGC Katmai Bay WTGB-101 c d
USCGC Biscayne Bay WTGB-104 c only
USCGC Sturgeon Bay WTGB-109 c d
USCGC Perseus WPC-114
USCGC Active WPC-125
USCGC Boutwell WPC-130
USCGC Marion WPC-145
USCGC Morris WPC-147
USCGC Reliance WPC-150
USCGC Chilulu WMEC-153 c
USCGC Cherokee WMEC-165c
USCGC Tamaroa WMEC-166c
USCGC Acushnet WMEC-167c
USCGC Cobb WPG-181 D
USCGC Kukui WAK-186
USCGC Willow WLB-202 c d
USCGC Walnut WLB-205 c d
USCGC Lilac WAGL-227
USCGC Linden WAGL-228
USCGC Mistletoe WAGL-237
USCGC Narcissus WAGL-238
USCGC Palmetta WAGL-265
USCGC Cowslip WLB-277 c only
USCGC Staten Island WAGB-278
USCGC Eastwind WAGB-279
USCGC Southwind WAGB-280 c only
USCGC Westwind WAGB-281
USCGC Northwind WAGB-282 c
USCGC Burton Island WAGB-283
USCGC Edisto WAGB-284 c
USCGC Laurel WAGL-291
USCGC Evergreen WMEC-295 c only
USCGC Sorrell WMEC-296 c only
USCGC Ironwood WAGL-297 c
USCGC Conifer WAGL-301 c
USCGC Madrona WAGL-302 c
USCGC Mesquite WAGL-305
USCGC Buttonwood WAGL-306
USCGC PlaneTree WAGL-307
USCGC Sweetgum WAGL-309 c
USCGC Eagle WIX-327 c
USCGC Jonquil WAGL-330
USCGC Heather WAGL-331
USCGC Yamacraw YARC-333
USCGC Casco WAVP-370
USCGC Mackinac WAVP-371
USCGC Humboldt WAVP-372
USCGC Matagorda WAVP-373
USCGC Absecon WAVP-374 c
USCGC Chincotegue WAVP-375
USCGC Coos Bay WAVP-376
USCGC Rockaway WAVP-377
USCGC Half Moon WAVP-378
USCGC Unimak WAVP-379 c
USCGC Yakutat WAVP-380
USCGC Barataria WAVP-381
USCGC Bering Strait WAVP-382
USCGC Castle Rock WAVP-383
USCGC Cook Inlet WAVP-384
USCGC Dexter WAVP-385
USCGC McCulloch WAVP-386
USCGC Gresham WAVP-387 c
USCGC Basswood WAGL-388
USCGC Blackhaw WAGL-390
USCGC Blackthorn WAGL-391 c only
USCGC Bramble WAGL-392 c only
USCGC Firebush WAGL-393 c
USCGC Hornbeam WAGL-394 c
USCGC Mariposa WAGL-397
USCGC Sassafras WAGL-401 c only
USCGC Spar WAGL-403 c
USCGC Courier WTR-410 c
USCGC Falgout WDE-424
USCGC Lowe WDE-425
USCGC Finch WDE-428
USCGC Koiner WDE-431
USCGC Ida Lewis WLM-551 c d
USCGC Katherine Walker WLM-552 c d
USCGC Joshua Appleby WLM-556 c d
USCGC Anthony Petit WLM-558 c d
USCGC William Tate WLM-560 c d
USCGC Maria Bray WLM-562 c d
USCGC Reliance WMEC-615 c
USCGC Diligence WMEC-616 c
USCGC Vigilant WMEC-617 c
USCGC Active WMEC-618 c
USCGC Confidence WMEC-619 c
USCGC Resolute WMEC-620
USCGC Valiant WMEC-621c
USCGC Courageous WMEC-622c
USCGC Steadfast WMEC-623c
USCGC Dauntless WMEC-624c
USCGC Venturous WMEC-625c
USCGC Dependable WMEC-626c
USCGC Vigorous WMEC-627c
USCGC Durable WMEC-628c
USCGC Decisive WMEC-629c
USCGC Alert WMEC-630c
USCGC Red Wood WLM-685 c only
USCGC Red Beech WLM-686
USCGC Red Cedar WLM-688 c
USCGC Hamilton WHEC-715 c
USCGC Dallas WHEC-716c
USCGC Mellon WHEC-717
USCGC Chase WHEC-718c
USCGC Boutwell WHEC-719 c d
USCGC Sherman WHEC-720 c only
USCGC Gallatin WHEC-721 c
USCGC Morgenthau WHEC-722 c
USCGC Rush WHEC-723 c
USCGC Jarvis WHEC-725
USCGC Midgett WHEC-726
USCGC Tanager W-885
USCGC Lamar W-899
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USCGC Tampa WMEC-902 c only
USCGC Harriet Lane WMEC-903 c only
USCGC Northland WMEC-904 c only
USCGC Spencer WMEC-905 c only
USCGC Seneca WMEC-906 c only
USCGC Escanaba WMEC-907 c only
USCGC Cambell WMEC-909 c only
USCGC Forward WMEC-911 c only
USCGC Legare WMEC-912 c only
USCGC Monhegan WPB-1305 c d
USCGC Baranof WPB-1318 c d
USCGC Cuttyhunk WPB-1322 c d
USCGC Orcas WPB-1327 c d
USGCG Wrangell WPB-1332 c d
USCGC Adak WPB-1333 c d
USCGC Kiska WPB-1336 c d
USCGC Grand Isle WPB-1338 c d
USCGC Jefferson Island WPB-1340 c d
USCGC Bainbridge Island WPB 1343 c d
USCGC Block Island WPB-1344 c d
USCGC Staten Island WPB-1345 c d
USCGC Roanoke Island WPB-1346 c d
USCGC Knight Island WPB-1348 c d
USCGC Line WYTL-65611 c d
USCGC Stingray WPB-87305 c d
USCGC Albacore WPB-87309 c d
USCGC Tarpon WPB-87310 c d
USCGC Cobia WPB-87311 c d
USCGC Kingfisher WPB-87322 c d
USCGC Pelican WPB-87327 c d
USCGC Narwhal WPB-87335 c d
USCGC Ibis WPB-87338 c d
USCGPB 95326
USCG (Tug?) 64312
Lightship Brenton
Lightship Relief

Surveyer (USC&GS 1930s)
NOAA SHIP Mt. Mitchell MSS 22
NOAA Ship Explorer CSS-28
NOAA Ship Whiting CSS-29c
NOAA SHIP Heck ASV-91 c only
NOAA Ship Discoverer R-102 c only
NOAA Ship Researcher R-103 c only
NOAA Ship Mt. Mitchell S-222 c
NOAA Ship Peirce S-328 c
NOAA Ship Whiting S-329 c
NOAA SHIP Oregon ll R-332 c only
NOAA SHIP Gordon Gunter R-336
(ex USNS Relentless T-AGOS 18)
NOAA SHIP Albatross lV R-342 c only
NOAA SHIP Chapman R-446 c only
NOAA SHIP Ferrell S-492 c
NOAA Ship Rude S-590 c
NOAA SHIP Heck S-590 c only
NOAA Rude & Heck together c only

HMCS St. Laurent DDE-205
HMCS Saguenay DDE-206
HMCS Skeena DDE-207
HMCS Haida DDE-215
HMCS Huron DDE-216
HMCS Cayuga DDE-218
HMCS Athabaskan DDE-219
HMCS Algonquin DDE-224
HMCS Ottawa DDE-229 b&w & color
HMCS Margaree DDE-230 b&w & color
HMCS Fraser DDE-233
HMCS Assiniborne DDE-234 b&w & color
HMCS Gatineau DDE-236 b&w & color
HMCS St. Croix DDE-256
HMCS Restigouche DDE-257
HMCS Kootenay DDE-258
HMCS Terra Nova DDE-259
HMCS Columbia DDE-260
HMCS Mackenzie DDE-261
HMCS Saskatchewan DDE-262 b&w & color
HMCS Yukon DDE-263 b&w & color
HMCS Annapolis DDE-265
HMCS Nipigon DDE-266 b&w & color
HMCS Iroquois DDH-280 b&w & color
HMCS Huron DDH-281 color only
HMCS Athabaskan DDH-282 b&w & color
HMCS Algonquin DDH-283 color only
HMCS Beacon Hill FFE-303
HMCS St. Therese FFE-309
HMCS Stettler FFE-311
HMCS Sussexvale FFE-313
HMCS New Glasgow FFE-315
HMCS Halifax 330 color only
HMCS Toronto 333 color only
HMCS Protecteur AOR-509
HMCS Preserver AOR-510 b&w and color
HMCS Ontario CLB-3

Antonio Maceo F-302 ex USS Peoria PF-67

Devonshire D-02 c only
Eagle R-05
Illustrous R-06 c only
Ark Royal R-09 c only
Olympus S-12
Hermes R-12 c only
Kent D-12 c only
Osiris S-13
Leopard F-14
Otter S-15
Diomede F-16 c only
Antrim D-18 c only
Glamorgan D-19
Fife D-20
Bristol D-23 c only
Sheffeld C-24
Aruthusa F-38
Sirius F-40 c only
Matapan D-43 c only
Argonaut F-56 c only
Jupeter F-60
Bacchante F-69 c
Ariadne F-72 c only
Charybois F-75 c only
Plumleaf A-78 c only
Cherryleaf A-82 c only
Tidereach A-96 c only
Blake C-99 c only
Dido F-104
Brighton F-106 c only
London F-108
Leander F-109
Turbulent S-110
Falmouth F-113 c only
Berwilk F-115
Olmeda A-124 c
Mohawk F-l25 c
Plymouth F-126 c only
Rhyl F-129 c
Ambuscade F-172 c only
Arrow F-173 c only
Resurgent A-280 c only
Lyness A-339 c only
Stromness A-344 c only
Fort Austin A-386 c only
Resource A-480 c only
Regent A-486 c only
Shoulton M-1182
Sir Bedivere L3004

Gelso AMS-75
Alysse AMS-95
Mogue AMS-97
Bois Belleau A-97
Jacinthe AMS-115
Glycine AMS-119
Pivoine AMS-125
Cantho AMS-476
Narvik AMS-512
Colmar AMS-514
DeGrasse C-610
DeGrasse D-612 c only
Kersaint D-622 c only
Dupetit Thouvars D-625
Chevalier Paul D-626
Vauquelin D-628 c only
Tartu D-636 c only
Georges Leygues D-640 c only
Le Gascon F-767 c
Le Lorrain F-768
Le Bearnais F-775 c only
Golo L-9008

Gorch Fock
Deutschland A-59 c only
Z-1 D-170 exUS DD-515
Z-2 D-171 exUS DD-500
Z-3 D-172 exUS DD-516
Z-4 D-178 exUS DD-571 c
Z-5 D-179 ex US DD-572 c
Z-6 D-180 exUS DD-570
Hamburg D-181
Schleswig-Holstein D-182 c only
Hessen D-184
Lutgens D-185 c
Molders D-186 c
Rommel D-187 c
Koln F-220
Emden F-221 c
Augsburg F-222 c only
Braunschweig F-225
UBoat "Deutschland" (1916)
Tromp F-801 c only
Von Speijk F-802 c only
Van Galen F-803 c only
Potvis S-804 c only
Van Nes F-805 c
Kortenaer F-807 c only
Holland D-808 c
Isaac Sweers F-814 c
Evertsen F-815 c only
Abraham Crijnssen F-816 c only
Rotterdam F-818 c only
Van Amstel F-831 c only
Poolster A-835 c only
Platano AMS-136
Vittorio Veneto C-550
Ardito D-550 c only
Audace D-551 c only
San Giorcia D-562 c only

Dedalo PH01 ex US CVL26
Velasco L-11ex US LST 1156
Galicia TA31 ex US LSD 25
Churruca D-61 ex US DD711
Gravina D-62 ex US DD882
Mendez D-63 c only
Langara D-64 c only
Blas De Leso D-65 c only
Baleares F-71 c only
Andalucia F-72 c only
Cataluna F-73 c only
Asturias F-74 c only
Vlla MSC-265
Tajo MSC-287
Odiel MSC-288

Corte Real F-334
Da Silva F-472
Gago Coutinho F-473 c
Magalhaes Correa F-474 c
Graciosa MSO-486
Corvo MSO-487

Sivrihisar P-115
F-254 ex US FF-1084
F-257 ex US FF 1079
Samsun M-257
Ismit D-342
Iskenderun D-343 ex US DD544
Icel D-344 ex US DD795
Gazianted D-344 ex US DD486
Gemlik D-347 ex US DD 487
Derya A-576 ex US AD17

Velos D-16 ex US DD 581
Trondheim D-305
Haakon V111 A-537

Moen N-82 c only
Peder Skram F-352

Babr D-7 ex US DD-777 c only
Palang D-9 ex US DD 780 c only
Kahnamuie F-28
Shahraz MSC-275
Shahrokh MSC-276

Muhafiz AMS-138

Safwa MSO-418

Our history

The Vanderburgh County 4-H Center began its proud history in 1950 on a rural 51-acre site that offered a beautiful, unspoiled country setting. The terrain was rough and the trees were plenty but when area farmers worked together to spruce up the land, it was soon ready for its first big event: the popular Scott-Vanderburgh County Fair. The site was originally named the Rural Center and got its start, in fact, because the fair had outgrown the grounds of the Scott School.

The Rural Center was incorporated in August, 1950, and was renamed the Vanderburgh County Rural Center. It is doubtful that the founders of this simple gathering place knew that they had laid the foundation for one of the finest activity complexes in the tri-state region.

As the years progressed, an auditorium and livestock pavilion, a grandstand, and other structures were built to accommodate the growing number of events. The grounds provided a wonderful place where farmers and their children could learn new technologies, show their animals and crops, and meet socially.

In November of 1957 the Center became known as the Vanderburgh County 4-H Club Association, Inc. As a newly-incorporated non-profit organization, the 4-H Center retained its commitment to continue developing facilities for educational, and recreational activities for area young people and adults. By 1972, the Center had acquired additional land, giving the organization a total of 192 acres on which to grow.

Today the Vanderburgh 4-H Center offers surrounding communities a unique complex of modern facilities that are exceptionally-maintained and managed by professionals. It remains the hub of many youth-oriented events and has diversified, as well, to become a desirable spot for corporate meetings and dinners, conventions, sporting events, and a variety of other private and public activities. The 4-H Center invites you to experience the charm of its rural setting and the convenience of spacious, accommodating facilities. There is much to discover at the Vanderburgh 4-H Center.

Vanderburgh APB-48 - History

Philosophy, Sailing, Photography

Hi! I am a Professor of Philosophy at California State University, San Bernardino.

My research specialties are the history and philosophy of science (with a focus on astronomy and cosmology), early modern philosophy (especially David Hume), and philosophy of religion (atheism and anti-apologetics).

I have taught a wide range of courses including critical thinking, symbolic logic, introduction to philosophy, philosophy of religion, ethics, bioethics, early modern philosophy, rationalism, David Hume, philosophy of science, evidential reasoning, philosophy of cosmology, environmental philosophy, science and the modern world, scientific revolutions, philosophy and science fiction, video games and philosophy, and (my favorite) a one-off, co-taught Honors course on the comet ISON as it was approaching the sun in 2013.

From 2007-2016, I worked in various administrative roles, mostly centered around student success.

I’m also an award-winning craft beer writer, a racer of sailboats, and a photographer.

From the Vanderburgh County Fair Board President

What started as a plan in 2020 for a grand celebration of 100 years of the Vanderburgh County Fair, it all came to a screeching halt as the Covid-19 virus continued to infect the population. The fair association looked at every aspect of the fair to see if we could safely bring this event to the community. With the continued momentum of Covid and its rising numbers, it was ultimately decided to cancel the 100th 2020 fair. For the second time in history, there would be no Vanderburgh County Fair.

As we moved into the early parts of 2021, numbers started to drop and events started reopening with limited capacity. As we are moving closer to the summer months, capacity limits are being lifted and life is beginning to return to normal. At least the new normal with masks and all. Your fair association has been busy planning and re-planning the 100th fair. Our plan is to bring you the best fair with your safety in mind. We will be working with our local authorities to do just that. While you are on the grounds this year, you will find hand sanitizing and hand wash stations throughout the fairgrounds for your use.

Please join us as we celebrate 100 years of the Vanderburgh County Fair. It may not look exactly as in years past but I guarantee a great time for you and your family! Thanks for your past, present and future support of the Vanderburgh County Fair!

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  • The American-made M114 155-mm howitzer first saw action in 1942 and continued to serve through Korea and Vietnam
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The Pueblo is currently on public display in Pyongyang as a trophy but is still an officially commissioned U.S. ship. She is one of the few ships the United States has lost since the end of WWII but there is still hope that is may be returned one day.

The World's Last Surviving Battleships

  • Firing the United States' first and last 16 inch shells of World War II, this particular ship is the sixth ship to be named Massachusetts
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  • At least eight countries still operate warships built for service in World War II—and in at least one case much earlier than that
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WWII ships still in service today around the world

  • The Brazilian river monitor Parnaba built in 1938 is still in service
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The Challenge of Accounting for Goodwill

Determining how to account for the goodwill found in business combinations has been a hotly debated topic for decades. Standards setters have promulgated numerous different approaches over time, and in the past decade FASB has released several pieces of guidance aimed at streamlining the current impairment model. The authors explain how a new proposal has put the spotlight back on the subject and analyze the potential impact a return of the amortization method might have on financial reporting.

Finding an optimal solution to the accounting for business combinations, in particular the treatment of goodwill, continues to challenge accounting standards setters. In 2001, FASB issued Statement of Financial Accounting Standards (SFAS) 141, Business Combinations, which among other changes eliminated the pooling of interests method. Concurrently, SFAS 142, Goodwill and Other Intangibles, replaced the requirement to amortize goodwill with a periodic impairment testing approach. Over the past eight years, several Accounting Standards Updates (ASU) have modified and relaxed the original requirements of SFAS 141 and 142.

In a new invitation to comment (ITC), “Identifiable Assets and Subsequent Accounting for Goodwill,” FASB has sought additional comment and input on whether the benefits of the current goodwill impairment accounting model justify the cost to prepare and audit the information for public business entities, and if not, whether some form of goodwill amortization should be considered. While the ITC raises questions about the current goodwill impairment model, it does not mean FASB has made a definitive decision to return to the amortization approach rather, FASB has received mixed feedback from users, preparers, and auditors on the current impairment approach and seeks input on whether it should address changes to the current model. This article provides background on goodwill accounting under GAAP, the current issues under discussion in the ITC, and the potential financial statement impacts of a return to the amortization model for public business entities.

The Continuing Evolution of Goodwill Accounting

The treatment of goodwill has been a contentious and much-debated topic in accounting for well over a century. (For a detailed history, see Hugh P. Hughes, Goodwill in Accounting: A History of the Issues and Problems, Georgia State University, 1982.) Historians have noted cycles in U.S. history where the nation swings in one political direction and then over time swings back in the opposite direction. As a political process, accounting standards setting is not free from these cycles. Not unexpectedly, FASB and its predecessors in setting GAAP, the Committee on Accounting Procedure (CAP) and the Accounting Principles Board (APB), have all grappled with and come to slightly different solutions on the initial and subsequent treatment of goodwill. (For additional information, see David A. Rees and Troy D. Janes, “The Continuing Evolution of Accounting for Goodwill,” The CPA Journal, January 2012, While there have been slight differences concerning initial valuation as GAAP on goodwill has evolved, the basic concept has remained the same: goodwill is the difference between the price paid for an acquired entity and the sum of the fair value of the identifiable net assets. The subsequent accounting for goodwill, however, continues to be a topic of significant debate, as evidenced by the recent ITC.

The treatment of goodwill evolved considerably between the issuance of Accounting Research Bulletin 24 (ARB 24), Accounting for Intangible Assets, in 1944, and the publication of SFAS 142 in 2001. ARB 24 essentially allowed the following approaches in the subsequent accounting for goodwill:

  • Permanent retention as an asset
  • Systematic amortization against earnings, retained earnings, or additional paid-in capital
  • An immediate charge against retained earnings or additional paid-in capital.

While ARB 24 discouraged the practice of discretionary write-offs of goodwill, it did not prohibit such write-offs.

In Chapter 5 of ARB 43, Restatement and Revision of Accounting Research Bulletins, released in 1953, CAP prohibited the discretionary write-off of goodwill and the immediate charging of goodwill against stockholders’ equity. While ARB 43 still allowed permanent retention of goodwill, this approach was not favored instead, systematic amortization against income was the emphasized approach for subsequent goodwill accounting. In 1970, CAP’s successor, the APB, issued Opinion 17, Intangible Assets, which eliminated the permanent retention (asset) approach and required goodwill to be amortized against income on a straight-line basis over a period of no more than 40 years unless another method was demonstrably more appropriate. APB Opinion 17 also required subsequent review of amortization. In electing to amortize goodwill, the APB noted, “Amortizing the cost of goodwill and similar intangible assets on arbitrary bases in the absence of evidence of limited lives or decreased values may recognize expenses and decreases of assets prematurely, but delaying amortization of cost until a loss is evident may recognize the decreases after the fact.”

In 2001, the APB’s successor, FASB, issued SFAS 142, which replaced the APB Opinion 17 requirement to amortize goodwill with a periodic impairment testing approach. Under SFAS 142, there are two steps in the impairment test:

  • First, the company compares the fair value of the reporting unit to its carrying amount (Step 1).
  • Second, if the fair value is lower, the company must then calculate any goodwill impairment charge by comparing the implied fair value of goodwill to its carrying amount (Step 2).

If the calculated implied fair value of goodwill is lower than its carrying amount, the company records an impairment loss for the difference. In arriving at this approach, FASB noted that “straight-line amortization of goodwill over an arbitrary period does not reflect economic reality and thus does not provide useful information.”

After issuing FASB 142, FASB received feedback from stakeholders indicating that the cost of performing the impairment testing exceeded the benefits. FASB responded by issuing several ASUs to reduce the burden. In 2011, it issued ASU 2011-08, Intangibles—Goodwill and Other (Topic 350): Testing Goodwill for Impairment, which provides for an option where a company can elect to assess impairment based on qualitative factors (Step 0). The company is not required to perform the two-step impairment and calculate the fair value of the reporting unit, and thus incur the associated costs, unless it determines that it is more likely than not that its fair value is less than its carrying amount. Similarly, to further reduce the cost and complexity of the good-will impairment test, in 2017 FASB issued ASU 2017-04, Intangibles—Goodwill and Other (Topic 350): Simplifying the Test for Goodwill Impairment, which eliminated Step 2 of the quantitative two-step impairment test, the calculation of implied goodwill. Instead, companies will record an impairment charge based on the excess of a reporting unit’s carrying amount of goodwill over its fair value.

The changes in ASU 2011-08 and ASU 2017-04 both fall within the framework of the nonamortization approach initially advocated by FASB in SFAS 142 however, ASU 2014-02, Intangibles—Goodwill and Other (Topic 350): Accounting for Goodwill (A consensus of the Private Company Council), contains significant change in subsequent accounting for goodwill. Specifically, ASU 2014-02 allows private companies the option to amortize goodwill over 10 years.

In summary, over the past eight years, in response to concerns over costs and benefits of the nonamortization approach, FASB has modified and relaxed the initial requirements of its nonamortization approach and allowed private companies the option of using amortization instead of impairment testing. The pendulum seems to be swinging back towards amortization.

The Invitation to Comment

As a result of mixed feedback on the costs and benefits of the current goodwill accounting model, in July 2019 FASB issued an invitation to comment, “Identifiable Assets and Subsequent Accounting for Goodwill.” The ITC seeks input on the costs and benefits of the current goodwill accounting model and whether FASB should—

  • change the subsequent accounting for goodwill
  • modify the recognition of intangible assets in a business combination or
  • alter disclosures about goodwill and intangible assets.

The ITC is unequivocal in noting that FASB does not seek input on the conceptual basis for goodwill recognition or the immediate write-off of goodwill.

Concerning subsequent accounting for goodwill, FASB notes there are two non–mutually exclusive approaches that may address the cost-benefit issue: amortize goodwill or simplify the goodwill impairment test. In the ITC, FASB states, “Assuming that a cost-benefit issue exists with the subsequent accounting for goodwill, one approach to addressing the issue would be to reintroduce goodwill amortization for PBEs [public business entities].” In addition, the ITC seeks feedback on the appropriate amortization period. The ITC notes that goodwill amortization methods generally have at least one of the following characteristics, and these characteristics have an impact on the costs and benefits of alternative amortization approaches:

  • A default period
  • A cap (or maximum) on the amortization period
  • A reasonable estimate
  • Justification for the period.

The ITC also seeks input on the length of any default period FASB might require and notes that some stakeholders support amortization of goodwill over a default period of 10 years. While the ITC notes that FASB is solely asking for input and has not made any decisions, the extensive focus on amortization, the tabling of other issues, and the discussion of the pros and cons of various amortization approaches appear to indicate that FASB is headed in the direction of requiring or allowing the option of amortization for public business entities.

As this article went to press, FASB had received 89 comment letters on the ITC, with 48 letters supporting goodwill amortization, 37 opposed, and four with mixed views. Most of the respondents supporting amortization were auditors and preparers, while most users, academics, and valuation firms were primarily opposed.

Potential Financial Statement Impact of Amortization

FASB’s decision to revisit the accounting treatment for subsequent measurement of goodwill comes as goodwill balances on public company balance sheets are at record levels. Recent studies found that over $1 trillion in goodwill was added to public company balance sheets during calendar years 2015–2017, representing a marked increase over the years prior (for additional details, see the 2016, 2017, and 2018 U.S. Goodwill Impairment Studies by Duff & Phelps, In addition, another recent study found that the amount of purchase consideration allocated to goodwill has increased in recent years, from a median allocation of 36% in 2016 to 40% in 2017 (for additional details, see the 2017 Purchase Price Allocation Study by Houlihan Lokey, 2018, If FASB were to return to a model where goodwill is systematically amortized, the analyses presented below indicate that the impact would likely be material to many companies’ financial statements and key financial ratios.

Exhibit 1 presents an industry-level summary of goodwill as a percentage of a company’s total assets for members of the S&P 500 reporting a nonzero goodwill balance for 2018. Overall, goodwill is 20.3% (18.1%) of total assets at the mean (median). In the services and manufacturing industry groupings, goodwill accounts for the largest proportion of total assets (medians of 33.9% and 23.7%, respectively). On the other hand, in the finance, insurance, and real estate grouping, goodwill accounts for less than 4% of total assets at the median.

Exhibit 1

Goodwill as a Percentage of Total Assets, by Industry, 2018

Exhibit 2 presents a list of S&P 500 companies with the largest goodwill balances. Historically, these are highly acquisitive companies, with goodwill balances ranging from $31.3 billion to $146.4 billion and an aggregate goodwill balance amounting to more than $1.1 trillion. For example, the largest goodwill balance in the sample belongs to AT&T, which has acquired Time Warner and Direct TV in recent years, each at a significant premium over the sum of the fair value of the identifiable net assets ($38.6 billion and $34.4 billion allocated to goodwill, respectively). While the companies listed in Exhibit 2 have the largest goodwill balances in dollar magnitude, their goodwill balances vary greatly as a percentage of total assets, ranging from 1.8% to 45.0%.

Exhibit 2

Top 20 Goodwill Balances Reported by S&P 500 Companies by Dollar Magnitude, 2018 (dollars in billions)

Exhibit 5

Effect of Pro Forma Goodwill Amortization on S&P 500 Companies with the Largest Reported Goodwill Balances, 2018

.65 −.01 2 Berkshire Hathaway 9997 0.6% −0.6% −1.2% ".63 −".66 −".29 3 CVS Health 5912 −0.3% −4.1% −3.8% −

Exhibit 6

Effect of Pro Forma Goodwill Amortization on S&P 500 Companies with the Largest Proportions of Goodwill to Total Assets, 2018

.09 −$9.04 2 IHS Markit 7370 3.4% −2.9% −6.3% ".37 −".11 −.48 3 Analog Devices 3674 7.3% 1.4% −5.9% $4.04

For the ROA comparison, the change for the total sample is an average decrease of 2.6%, from an average 6.2% (as reported) to an average 2.6% (pro forma). Likewise, for the EPS comparison, the change for the total sample is an average decrease of $1.20 per share, from an average $3.84 per share (as reported) to $2.64 per share (pro forma). Overall, a change in the accounting guidance that reintroduces amortization as a part of the subsequent measurement of goodwill would result in the median S&P 500 company reporting an ROA that is 42% lower and an EPS that is 31% lower on an annual basis.

Exhibits 5 and 6 further illustrate the impact that a reintroduction of goodwill amortization would have on key financial ratios. Exhibit 5 presents an analysis of the effect goodwill amortization would have on S&P 500 companies with the largest goodwill balances by dollar magnitude. Across these 20 companies, there is a decline in average ROA of 2.7%, from an average of 2.6% (as reported) to an average of −0.1% (pro forma). Similarly, there is a decline in average EPS of $3.47 per share, from an average of $2.45 per share (as reported) to an average of −$1.02 per share (pro forma).

Exhibit 6 contrasts as reported and pro forma ratio calculations, in this case for S&P 500 companies with the largest proportion of goodwill to total assets. Across these 20 companies, there is a decline in average ROA of 5.4%, from an average of 6.9% (as reported) to an average of 1.5% (pro forma). There is a comparably steep decline in average EPS of $3.85 per share, from an average of $5.34 per share (as reported) to an average of $1.49 per share (pro forma).

Signs of Things to Come

Since the issuance of APB 24 in 1944, the subsequent accounting for goodwill has been debated constantly and evolved considerably. FASB’s recent ITC and the changes made with recent ASUs highlight the strong possibility of a move back to amortization of goodwill. A review of the current goodwill carried on the balance sheets of S&P 500 companies finds, as expected, that there would be a noticeable decline in companies’ earnings and earnings-based financial ratios if FASB were to revive goodwill amortization. With such a potentially significant financial statement impact, the possibility of a return to amortization raised in the ITC will likely meet intense comment and debate from preparers, users, and auditors.

Register for the May 20th Preview of Tulsa the Fire and the Forgotten

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Join audiences nationwide on Thursday, May 20, 2021, at 6:00 pm CT, for a virtual event commemorating the 100 th anniversary of the Tulsa Race Massacre. The event will feature excerpts from landmark PBS documentary Tulsa: The Fire and the Forgotten. Learn how the community of Tulsa and the nation is coming to terms with its past, present, and future in a panel discussion featuring DeNeen Brown, award-winning writer for The Washington Post and associate professor at the Philip Merrill College of Journalism Paul Gardullo, historian and curator of the exhibition on the Tulsa Race Massacre now on view at the Smithsonian’s National Museum of African American History and Culture State Representative Regina Goodwin Greg Robinson II, Director of Met Cares Foundation and co-producer of the film, Eric Stover, Faculty Director of the Human Rights Center at the University of California, Berkeley, moderated by Emmy-winning journalist Michel Martin.

This event is presented by The WNET Group and the National Museum of African American History and Culture in collaboration with East Tennessee PBS, Georgia Public Broadcasting, KLRN Public Television, PBS North Carolina, WEDU PBS, WHRO Public Media, WHUT- Howard University Television, WHYY, WNIN Tri-State Public Media, Inc., and WQLN PBS NPR.

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Vanderburgh APB-48 - History

Cemeteries become many individuals' final resting place and are the last part of their journey in this world. Finding a family or a friend&rsquos gravesite gives one peace, serenity and a time of reflection. It is because of this simple fact that our Cemetery database focuses on cemeteries that do not have a website created to allow others to view the graves via the internet.

We obtain permission from the cemetery boards for our project. We outline the cemetery sections and photograph the entire cemetery. Individual photographs of each gravestone are digitized on our site and our obituary information is attached to the photograph or the gravestone if available. This will assist genealogists, families and friends in finding individual graves in a user friendly manner.

The cemeteries that are in the process of being digitized are listed below. This will be an ongoing process and maintained for future additions to each cemetery. Other cemeteries will be added with time. For additional information on a specific cemetery, click on the link below.

Cemeteries Included (click a Cemetery to read more):

Located in the small town of Hatfield, Indiana, the James Parker Cemetery began as a plot for family burials. This family plot has since grown into the sole community cemetery that has served nearly a century as the final resting place of roughly 1000 citizens, soldiers, and family members in a town with a current population of some 700 residents. But relative size aside, this cemetery has been and continues to serve an important function for the family and friends who have and will lay their loved ones to rest within its hallowed grounds.

The first Parker buried on the land was James Parker Sr. in 1915. Mr. Parker was entombed in one of the above ground vaults that are located on the cemetery grounds. he family land, located on the northwest corner of Hatfield, was a favorable site to serve as a family cemetery because of its open, flat terrain. Easy access to the cemetery also came as Old Indiana Route 66 was put in just south of the first graves on the land.

Recognizing a need within the community, the Parker family agreed to open the family lands to their neighbors to be used as the final resting spot for their kin as well. This increased burden required more work to be done to take care of the lands as well as individual plots being sold and prepared for burial. Because of this increased responsibility, according to county records, the Parker family deeded over the cemetery land in 1918 to the Trustees of the James Parker Cemetery to provide the needed upkeep. Three local churches of Hatfield- the Baptist, Bethel, and United Methodist- got involved with the preservation of the cemetery and each provide six members to sit on a board of directors for the cemetery.

Other local citizens have contributed to the preservation and beautification of the cemetery as well. In 1986, as an Eagle Scout project, Shawn Wangler designed and built a sign for the entrance of the cemetery. This sign had a significant connection to the history of the cemetery and the county as well. The sign was completed using bricks from the old school building in Luce Township, from the Spencer County Old Folks Home and one brick from the fireplace of the James Parker home.

Another significant symbol is the flag pole standing on the North end of the cemetery. This pole was purchased and installed by John and Martha Maier, owners of theBoone Funeral Home in Evansville, Indiana. With the flagpole in place, a sidewalk was put in that runs from the East and the west and meets at the flagpole. Finally, a plaque was erected by Jeaneda Middleton in honor of her Husband Wayne. This plaque is dedicated to the Veterans who are buried in the James Parker Cemetery. Of the veterans laid to rest Here, one Civil War Veteran is known among them, this being Martin Middleton who was buried there in 1927.

As time has passed, expansion of the cemetery became a necessity. In 1989 land to the North of the cemetery was purchased. This land has been plotted out and is now the site for the future burial plots as the original lands have been filled. With roughly 1600 plots sold to this point, the James Parker Cemetery will continue to be an important piece of land for the families of Hatfield, both those who remain there as well as those who have left but plan on returning one day.

--Authored by Shiloh Stone/USI student/Browning Family Foundation Information and photos furnished by Bill Duley

Folsomville Cemetery is a small cemetery located just outside Folsomville, Indiana in Warrick County. Folsomville was founded on January 27th ,1859. The name Folsomville comes from Benjamin Folsom who was on the the original founders along with Riley Rhoads. Among the other names of the original founders was the Shyrock family and the Gentry family. The Gentry family records extend back to 1821 under William Gentry who owned most of the land that is now Folsomville.

Along with many other towns of the time period one of the main industries for the town was coal mining along with lumber and farming. By 1881 a mill and carding machine was erected by Pemberton and Lee. Along with the mill the town had a school, two dry good stores, two saloons, blacksmith and carpenter shops, as well as 5 physicians. For a short period of time it was also called &ldquoLick Skillet&rdquo and there are numerous stories behind the name but in the end Folsomville prevailed.

Today the cemetery is likely the best way of learning the history of the town due to the fact that all the original family names are found there. The Shyrock family, the Gentry family, and even a number of Folsom's are buried there. Folsomville Cemetery is also referred to as Phillips Cemetery in many public records. This is likely due to the Phillips family either owning the original land or they were the first to be buried here. Unfortunately the reason for this confusion over the name has been lost in time.

Some of the key features of the cemetery include a tall flagpole just inside the cemetery as well as a white chain fence that surrounds the property. Today there are over 1,200 grace sites as well as 900 headstones.

Shiloh Cemetery is a small church cemetery located about a mile outside of Folsomville, Indiana which today has a population of about 150 people. The oldest known deed to the cemetery land dates back to 1874 and since then has been the final resting place for the members of the Shiloh church and their families. Shiloh Church began in 1870 inside a small log house about half a mile outside of Dickeyville, Indiana. Thirteen years later the members of Shiloh decided to build a church. The original land for the church was donated by the Gentry family and designed by Bra. John Barnett. The original design called for a total of 7,175 feet of lumber and after all costs were added up the church cost $36.85 which was donated by members of the church. Today the church would have cost around $630.

While the church today is no longer in service it still stands about 2 miles from the Shiloh Cemetery. The church itself and the land were eventually sold and all the money went to the cemetery. Today the cemetery has about 300 head stones and features a wide variety of people including war veterans of several of America's wars. As with many small towns they had to be self sufficient so things like Masonic symbols and other organizations can be seen on the head stones. The cemetery sits on a small patch of land that consists of two small hills that the cemetery seems to flow over. Probably the most notable characteristic of the cemetery are the old trees that surround it and the small wooded area surrounding as if to suggest that history lies here. While the Shiloh Church may not exist today the cemetery is still being used and plots are still being bought. The cemetery now stands as a testimate to the members of this small community and the church and will continue to do so for years to come.

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