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Displacement: 924 tons full load
Dimensions: 128 x 36 x 16 feet/39 x 11 x 4.9 meters
Propulsion: 2 diesels, 2 shafts, 2,550 bhp, 12 knots
Crew: 24

A new class of large tugs built for US Army service, primarily intended to assist in docking of transports.

Builders: Hulls of LT 801-805 and components of LT 806 by Robert E. Derecktor, Middletown, RI; all completed by Trinity/Halter Marine, Moss Point, MS.

Number Name Year
LT 801 MGen. Nathanael Greene 1994
LT 802 MGen. Henry Knox 1994
LT 803 MGen. Anthony Wayne 1994
LT 804 BGen. Zebulon Pike 1994
LT 805 MGen. Winfield Scott 1994
LT 806 Col. Seth Warner 1994


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On Sun, 20 Apr 2008 17:24:14 -0500, Canal Lee wrote
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A new class of large tugs built for US Army service, primarily intended to
assist in docking of transports.


The Army has tug boats... I wonder if the Navy has an infantry company..??

Great set o' pix, as usual, Lee!!

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Displacement: 924 tons full load
Dimensions: 128 x 36 x 16 feet/39 x 11 x 4.9 meters
Propulsion: 2 diesels, 2 shafts, 2,550 bhp, 12 knots
Crew: 24

A new class of large tugs built for US Army service, primarily intended to
assist in docking of transports.

Builders: Hulls of LT 801-805 and components of LT 806 by Robert E.
Derecktor, Middletown, RI; all completed by Trinity/Halter Marine, Moss
Point, MS.

Number Name Year
LT 801 MGen. Nathanael Greene 1994
LT 802 MGen. Henry Knox 1994
LT 803 MGen. Anthony Wayne 1994
LT 804 BGen. Zebulon Pike 1994
LT 805 MGen. Winfield Scott 1994
LT 806 Col. Seth Warner 1994




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On Sun, 20 Apr 2008 17:24:14 -0500, Canal Lee wrote
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A new class of large tugs built for US Army service, primarily intended

to
assist in docking of transports.


The Army has tug boats... I wonder if the Navy has an infantry

company..??

Great set o' pix, as usual, Lee!!


The Navy does have the SEAL's, which are suppose to be the most elite
fighting force that the US has.

wizofwas


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On Sun, 20 Apr 2008 17:24:14 -0500, Canal Lee wrote
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A new class of large tugs built for US Army service, primarily intended
to
assist in docking of transports.


The Army has tug boats... I wonder if the Navy has an infantry
company..??


Yes, they're called Marines.


Great set o' pix, as usual, Lee!!

-Vlad

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"Vlad" wrote in message
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On Sun, 20 Apr 2008 17:24:14 -0500, Canal Lee wrote
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A new class of large tugs built for US Army service, primarily intended
to
assist in docking of transports.


The Army has tug boats... I wonder if the Navy has an infantry
company..??


Yes, they're called Marines.


Great set o' pix, as usual, Lee!!

-Vlad

--

Vlad & Genny Kedrovsky
Edina, Minnesota, USA
vjkedrovsky at gmail dot com
http://picasaweb.google.com/vjkedrovsky



What class of tug is this?




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