She was served British and Allied escort forces in protecting the vital convoy supply effort across the North Atlantic in 1944, and in the Pacific campaigns in 1945. After hostilities ceased, she was converted to a troop carrier and used to bring British forces back from the Far East She was returned to the United States at Norfolk, Virginia, on 31st October 1946. In excess of Navy needs, CVE-49 was slated, in December, for disposal; struck from the Navy Register in July 1947. She was sold to the merchant service as Roebiah on 29th July 1947 (renamed President Marcos in 1967 and Lucky One in 1972). She was scrapped in Taiwan in 1972.
Took part in wars:
Battle of Atlantic (1939-1945)
Battle of Pacific Ocean (1941-1945)
Grumman TBF/TBM Avenger [ 2 ];
Grumman F4F Wildcat [ 3 ].