(PC-810: dp. 280; l. 173'8"; b. 23'; dr. 10'10"; s. 18 k.; cpl. 65; a. 1 3"/50; cl. PC-461)
USS PC-810, a 173-foot submarine chaser laid down at Portland, Oregon on 30 October 1943 by the Commercial Iron Works; launched 11 December; and was commissioned 3 April 1945.
She served in the eastern Pacific during the remainder of World War II and the first months of the post-war era. PC-810 decommissioned in February 1946 and was stricken from the Navy List the following May. She was transferred to the Republic of Korea in early 1950 and renamed Chiri San (Korean Navy # PC-704). Chiri San was sunk by a mine in December 1951.