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ⓘ Suribachi-class ammunition ship




Suribachi-class ammunition ship
                                     

ⓘ Suribachi-class ammunition ship

The Suribachi -class ammunition ships are a class of two auxiliary vessels of the United States Navy. They were among the first specialized underway replenishment ships built after the Second World War. The Nitro -class ammunition ships are sometimes considered part of this class.

Mauna Kea was used as a target in 2006, and Suribachi was closed in the summer of 2009.

                                     
  • 1945. She was the lead ship of the Pensacola class which the navy classified from 1931 as heavy cruisers. The third Navy ship to be named after the city
  • to TG 92.2. Eight days later, Anderson took part in a bombardment of Suribachi Wan and a sweep in the Sea of Okhotsk. From 10 12 June, she participated
  • USS Santa Fe CL - 60 a Cleveland - class light cruiser, was the first ship of the United States Navy to be named for the city of Santa Fe, New Mexico.
  • Submarine Commanders by USNA Class Year, 1931 - 1934 Fleet Organization Home Page. Retrieved 2020 - 01 - 07. Ammunition Ship Photo Index NavSource Naval
  • Lowery and the second flag raising photographed by Joe Rosenthal on Mount Suribachi On March 8, 1945, Moreno, a navy medical corpsman assigned to the 2d
  • Shreveport Trenton class USS Trenton Suribachi class USS Mauna Kea Nitro class USS Nitro, USS Haleakala Kilauea class USS Kilauea, USS Santa Barbara
  • on the USS Coral Sea  CV - 43 His first sea command was aboard the USS Suribachi AE - 21 In 1962 1963, Moore was the eighth commanding officer of USS Saratoga  CV - 60
  • Jima of five Marines and one naval corpsman raising a U.S. flag on Mount Suribachi The Korean War 1950 1953 saw the 1st Provisional Marine Brigade holding
  • Lowery and the second flag raising photographed by Joe Rosenthal on Mount Suribachi On March 8, 1945, Moreno, a Marine medical corpsman assigned to the 2d

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