|Builder||Albina Engine and Machine Works, Portland|
|Stricken||21 February 1975|
|Fate||Sunk as a target, 22 September 1982|
|Type||Patrol Craft, Escort|
|Displacement||850 long tons (864 t)|
|Length||184 ft 6 in (56.24 m)|
|Beam||33 ft 1 in (10.08 m)|
|Draft||9 ft 5 in (2.87 m)|
|Speed||15.7 knots (29.1 km/h; 18.1 mph)|
USS Deperm (ADG-10) was a degaussing vessel of the United States Navy, named after the term deperm, a procedure for erasing the permanent magnetism from ships and submarines to camouflage them against magnetic detection vessels and enemy marine mines. Originally planned as a patrol craft escort (PCE-883), she was laid down in 1943, launched in 1944, and commissioned in 1945. She was subsequently redesignated a degaussing vessel, YDG-10, and named Deperm.
Struck from the Naval Register 21 February 1975, Deperm was sunk as a target 22 September 1982 at . According to the available depth data in 2020, at this location the bottom is between 1250m and 1500m along the edge of a basin.
- "OpenSeaMap - Sinking location". map.openseamap.org. Retrieved 2020-06-09.
- "Deperm (ADG 10) / ex-YDG-10 / ex-PCE-883". Mine Warfare Vessel Photo Archive. Retrieved January 4, 2007.