USS Alfred Wolf
|Namesake:||Seaman First Class Alfred Wolf (1923-1943)|
|Builder:||Boston Navy Yard, Boston, Massachusetts|
|Laid down:||9 December 1943|
|Fate:||Construction contract cancelled 5 September 1944|
|Status:||Hulk was broken up on the building ways|
|Notes:||Construction suspended 10 June 1944|
|General characteristics (as planned)|
|Class and type:||John C. Butler-class destroyer escort|
|Beam:||36 ft 10 in (11.23 m)|
|Draft:||11 ft (3.4 m)|
|Speed:||24 kn (44 km/h; 28 mph)|
|Range:||6,000 nmi (11,000 km; 6,900 mi) at 12 kn (22 km/h; 14 mph)|
|Complement:||14 officers, 201 enlisted|
USS Alfred Wolf (DE-544) was a proposed World War II United States Navy John C. Butler-class destroyer escort that was cancelled before completion. She was named after Alfred Wolf, a U.S. Navy sailor killed during World War II.
Due to changes in World War II ship construction priorities, the construction of Alfred Wolf was suspended on 10 June 1944, and cancelled altogether on 5 September 1944. Subsequently, the incomplete ship was scrapped on the building ways.