USN 1143345 USS WABASH (AOR-5) Download Image: Low (PNG, 319x319px, 76KB) Med (JPEG, 1280x1280px, 266KB) High (TIFF, 5088x6222px, 30MB) Title: USS WABASH (AOR-5) Caption: Keel laying at the General Dynamics Shipyard, Quincy, Massachusetts, 21 January 1970. History; United States; Name: USS Wabash: Builder: General Dynamics Quincy Shipbuilding Division, …

USS Voge (FF-1047) collided with unidentified Soviet submarine in the Ionian Sea, 1 sailor injured. USS Wabash (AOR-5) was a Wichita-class replenishment oiler in the United States Navy from 1970 to 1994.. Feb 17, 2020 #1 Would someone be able to model this ship or create 3D plans for printing this ship? Wabash was named for the Wabash River, a river that rises in Darke County, Ohio, near Fort Recovery and meanders westward across Indiana until it reaches Illinois at a point just southwest of Terre Haute, Indiana. 1.5 MB Views: 48. USS Wabash (AOR-5) was a Wichita-class replenishment oiler in the United States Navy from 1970 to 1994. This photo of USS Wabash AOR 5 personalized print is exactly as you see it with the matte printed around it.

USS WABASH (AOR-5) Crew Links. Page-2-of … USS WABASH AOR-5 USS Wabash Association Dry Dock Images Cruise Book 1984 - History: Click for large Images.

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The third USS Wabash (AOG-4) was an oiler in service from 1943 to 1957. USS Wabash (AOR-5) Wabash refueling USS Duncan, 1984. USS WABASH AOR-5. Robert P. Chrisler in command. 16 September 1976.

Wabash (AOR-5) was laid down on 21 January 1970 Quincy, Mass., by the General Dynamics Corp.; launched on 6 February 1971; sponsored by Mrs. William G. Bray; and commissioned on 20 November 1971 at the Boston Naval Shipyard, Capt.

USS Wabash AOR-5 Passed UNDER THE GOLDEN GATE At 1100 hours on December 3, 2012 On her approach, the support tug "SCORPIUS" signaled good-by and returned to her mooring.Although the water is very clear, it's pretty hazy after a stormy weekend. The fourth USS Wabash (AOR-5) was also an oiler, in service from 1971 to 1994. 31 August 1976. Jul 4, 1974 - Left to right: USS Enterprise (CVN-65), USS Coral Sea (CV-43), USS Kansas City (AOR-3), USS Wabash (AOR-5), and USS Oriskany (CV-34) at NAS Alameda, CA, July-August 1975.

Decommissioned, 30 September 1994 Transfer to MARAD, 18 December 1998 and Laid up in the National Defense Reserve Fleet, … Wichita Class Replenishment Oiler: Launched, 1 February 1971 at General Dynamics Corp., Quincy, MA.

The print will be ready for framing, or you can add an additional matte of your own choosing then you can mount it … CRUISE BOOK.
On Saturday morning, they traveled through Wabash and Miami counties on Trolley 85 on a tour arranged by Visit Wabash County. USS Wabash AOR-5 (Wichita Class) Thread starter Dcox1961; Start date Feb 17, 2020; D. Dcox1961 Well-Known Member.

16 September 1976. The table below contains the names of sailors who served … Decommissioned, 30 September 1994 Transfer to MARAD, 18 December 1998 and Laid up in the …

The USS WABASH (AOR-5), a Wichita-class replenishment oiler, was commissioned on 20 NOV 1971.

USS WABASH was built by General Dynamics Shipbuilding in Quincy, MA and, after fit out and shakedown training, sailed for her new homeport of Long Beach, CA, via the Straits of Magellan at the southern tip of South America. If an internal link for a specific ship led you here, you may wish to change the link to point directly to the intended ship article, if one exists. The fourth USS Wabash (AOR-5) was also an oiler, in service from 1971 to 1994.

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Add Your Name to the AOR-5 Crew Roster . Joined Feb 12, 2020 Messages 38 Points 48. You will have the choice of two print sizes, either 8″x10″ or 11″x14″. Description. USS John F. Kennedy (CV 67) collided with USS Bordelon (DD-881) near Scotland, six destroyer crewmen injured.
Attachments. The natural texture of the canvas gives the print the look and feel of an original oil painting.