The USS Tutuila (ARG-4) was an internal combustion engine repair ship that saw service in the United States Navy during World War II, The Korean War, and The Vietnam War as well as several smaller actions. Named for the Island of Tutuila, the largest and main island of American Samoa, it was the second U.S. Naval vessel to bear the name. After serving for nearly 30 years Tutuila was sold to the Republic of China in 1972.
The Tutuila Association is a non-profit organization comprised of men who served aboard the Tutuila. We welcome all sailors who have served on the Tutuila. The crew members meet annually and celebrate together remembering and sharing their time on the Tutuila with all. We welcome all crew members to join us.
Our mission is to:
Preserve and strengthen comradeship and support among members of the Armed Forces
To perpetuate the memory of our dead, honor the memory of deceased veterans and members of the Armed Forces, and aid and comfort their survivors.
To aid hospitalized, disabled, and needy war veterans and their dependents.
The Association is organized to support Veterans and present members of the Armed Forces and their families.
To preserve the heritage of the USS Tutuila and the people who served during WWI, Korea and Vietnam.
Webmaster : Guy Veni