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U.S. Navy Fleet (continued)

Built by National Steel & Shipbuilding

USS Supply (AOE-6) *

Unnamed (AOE-7)*

Sacramento Class (AOE-1)

Displacement: 53,000 tons; Length: 793 feet; Beam: 107 feet; Power Plant: Four boilers, geared turbines and two shafts.

Built by Puget Sound Naval Shipyard

USS Sacramento (AOE-1)

USS Seattle (AOE-3)

USS Detroit (AOE-4)

Built by New York Shipbuilding

USS Camden (AOE-2)


Algol Class

Displacement: 41,127 tons; Length: 946 feet; Beam: 106 feet; Power Plant: Two steam turbines, two boilers and two shafts.

Converted by

National Steel & Shipbuilding

USNS Algol (T-AKR-287)

USNS Bellatrix (T-AKR-288)

USNS Regulus (T-AKR-292)

Converted by Pennsylvania Shipbuilding

USNS Denebola (T-AKR-289)

USNS Capella (T-AKR-293)

Converted by Avondale Shipyards

USNS Pollux (T-AKR-290)

USNS Altair (T-AKR-291)

USNS Antares (T-AKR-294)

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Norwalk Class

Displacement: 11,500 tons; Length: 455 feet; Beam: 28-1/2 feet; Power Plant:

Steam turbine, two boilers and one shaft.

Built by Oregon Shipbuilding

USNS Furman (T-AK-280)

USNS Marshfield (T-AK-282)

Northern Light Class

Displacement: 18,365 tons; Length: 483 feet; Beam: 68 feet; Power Plant: Steam turbine, two boilers and one shaft.

Built by Sun Shipbuilding & Drydock

USNS Vega (T-AK-266)


Powhatan Class

Displacement: 2,260 tons; Length: 226 feet;

Beam: 42 feet; Power Plant: two diesel engines and two shafts.

Built by Marinette Marine

USNS Powhatan (T-ATF-166)

USNS Narragansett (T-ATF-167)

USNS Catawaba (T-ATF-168)

USNS Navajo (T-ATF-169)

USNS Mohawk (T-ATF-170)

USNS Sioux (T-ATF-171)

USNS Apache (T-ATF-172)


Cimarron Class (AO-177)

Displacement: 27,500 tons; Length: 592 feet; Beam: 88 feet; Power Plant: Two boil- ers, one steam turbine and one shaft.

Built by Avondale Shipyards

USS Cimarron (AO-177)2

USS Monogahela (AO- J 7812

USS Merrimack (AO-179)2

USS Willamette (A0-180)2

USS Platte (AO-186)

Astabula Class (AO-51)

Displacement: 34,750 tons; Length: 644 feet; Beam: 75 feet; Power Plant: Four boil- ers, steam turbine and two shafts.

Built by Bethlehem Steel-Sparrows Point

USS Caloosahatchee (AO-98)

USS Canisteo (AO-99)


Oliver Hazard Perry Class (FFG-7)

Displacement: 3,585 tons; Length: 445 feet;

Beam: 45 feet; Power Plant: Two GE gas turbine engines and one shaft.

Built by Bath Iron Works

USS Oliver Hazard Perry (FFG-7)

USS Mclnerney (FFG-8)

USS Clark (FFG-11)

USS Samuel Eliot Morison (FFG-13)

USS Estocin (FFG-15)

USS Clifton Sprague (FFG-16)

USS Flatley (FFG-21)

USS Jack Williams (FFG-24)

USS Gallery (FFG-26)

USS Stephen W. Groves (FFG-29)

USS John J. Hall (FFG-32)

USS Aubrey Fitch (FFG-34)

USS Underwood (FFG-36)

USS Doyle (FFG-39)

USS Klakring (FFG-42)

USS Dewert (FFG-45)

USS Nicholas (FFG-47)

USS Robert G. Bradley (FFG-49)

USS Taylor (FFG-50)

USS Hawes (FFG-53)

USS Elrod (FFG-55)

USS Simpson (FFG-56)

USS Samuel B. Roberts (FFG-58)

USS Kauffman (FFG-59)

Built by Todd Shipyards-Seattle

USS Duncan (FFG-10)

USS Antrim (FFG-20)

USS Fahrion (FFG-22)

USS Boone (FFG-28)

USS Stark (FFG-31)

USS Crommelin (FFG-37)

USS Halyburton (FFG-40)

USS Vandergrift (FFG-48)

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