Awards & Statistics

 

Awards, Citations, and Campaign Ribbons


Precedence of awards is from top to bottom, left to right

Top Row – Navy Unit Commendation | Navy Meritorious Unit Commendation | Navy Battle “E” Ribbon
Second Row – American Campaign Medal | Asiatic-Pacific Campaign Medal (4 stars) | World War II Victory Medal
Third Row – National Defense Service Medal (2 stars) | Korean Service Medal (5 stars) | Armed Forces Expeditionary Medal (1 star-Korea, 1 star-Op. Frequent Wind)
Fourth Row – Vietnam Service Medal (7 stars) | Humanitarian Service Medal (1 star-Frequent Wind) | Philippine Liberation Medal
Fifth Row – United Nations Service Medal | Republic of Vietnam Campaign Medal | Republic of Korea War Service Medal (retroactive)

Statistics

FLEET OCEAN TUG UIC: 07110
Class: ATF 96 (Abnaki) Fleet:
Status: Disposed of by transfer to other Government Agencies, States. Schools, Sea Scouts, etc. Homeport:
Date status changed: 12/29/1997 Berth:
Maintenance Category:
Force: MARAD Type:
Builder:
UNITED ENG CO/SF Delivery Date:
Award Date: Age (since delivery) (At time of disposal):
Keel Date: 12/28/1942 Commission Date: 05/06/1944
Launch Date: 05/15/1943 Decommission Date: 08/30/1985
Age (since launch)(At time of disposal) 54.6 years Years from Commission to Decommission: 41.3
Stricken Date: 01/28/1992

 

Overall Length: 205 ft Waterline Length: 195 ft
Extreme Beam: 39 ft Waterline Beam: 39 ft
Maximum Navigational Draft: 17 ft Draft Limit: 16 ft
Light Displacement: 1240 tons Full Displacement: 1730 tons
Dead Weight: 490 tons
Hull Material: Steel hull, steel superstructure.
Number of Propellers: 1
Propulsion Type: Diesel Electric
Accommodations: Officers: 6 Enlisted: 68
Custodian: SCHOOLS, ORGANIZATIONS AND PRIVATE ENTERPRISES

 

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