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Patoka class oiler

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Name  Patoka
Completed  8
Type  replenishment oiler
In commission  1919–1946
Retired  8
Patoka-class oiler
Builders  Newport News Shipbuilding and Dry Dock Co.

The Patoka-class oilers were a series of eight fleet replenishment oilers built for the United States Navy after World War I. All but one of the vessels were commissioned between 1919 and 1922, and all were held in various states until the eve of World War II, where all served with the Navy for the duration of the war. All eight survived the war, after which they were decommissioned and scrapped.

Ships in class

  • Patoka (AO-9)
  • Sapelo (AO-11)
  • Ramapo (AO-12)
  • Trinity (AO-13)
  • Rapidan (AO-18)
  • Salinas (AO-19)
  • Sepulga (AO-20)
  • Tippecanoe (AO-21)
  • References

    Patoka-class oiler Wikipedia


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