|Name||Charles C. Randleman|
|Namesake||Charles C. Randleman|
|Ordered||as type (EC2-S-C1) hull, MC hull 2402|
|Builder||J.A. Jones Construction, Brunswick, Georgia|
|Laid down||15 January 1945|
|Launched||25 February 1945|
|Sponsored by||Mrs. Harry R. Baggett|
|Completed||13 March 1945|
|Fate||Grounded on Apo Reef, 31 August 1945 and Constructive total loss (CTL)|
|General characteristics |
|Class and type|
|Beam||57 feet (17 m)|
|Draft||27 ft 9.25 in (8.4646 m)|
|Speed||11.5 knots (21.3 km/h; 13.2 mph)|
SS Charles C. Randleman was a Liberty ship built in the United States during World War II. She was named after Charles C. Randleman, who was lost at sea while he was a messman on SS William C. McTarnaban, after she was torpedoed by German submarine U-506, on 16 May 1942, in the Gulf of Mexico.
Charles C. Randleman was laid down on 15 January 1945, under a Maritime Commission (MARCOM) contract, MC hull 2402, by J.A. Jones Construction, Brunswick, Georgia; she was sponsored by Mrs. Harry R. Baggett, sister of the namesake, and launched on 25 February 1945.
She was allocated to the American Foreign Steamship Corporation, on 13 March 1945. On 31 August 1945, she was grounded on Apo Reef, off Mindoro Island, and declared a constructive total loss (CTL).