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Another Oiler The USS Caloosahatchee AO 98

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AOE USS Camden AOE 2 (different than my other one posted this is a nice Japanese manufactured patch

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And A Supply Department Patch from the USS Sacramento AOE 2

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USS PAWCATUCK (AO-108) T3 Ashtabula class replenishment oiler that served in the U.S. Navy from 1946 to 1975, then transferred to the Military Sealift Command to continue in non-commissioned service with a civilian crew as United States Naval Ship USNS Pawcatuck (T-AO-108) until 1991

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USS MISSISSINEWA (AO-144) Neosho class fleet oiler in USN service 1955 to 1976, USNS service 1976 to 1991. The first USS MISSISSINEWA (AO-59) was sunk November 20, 1944 in the Pacific by a Japanese Kaiten (manned suicide torpedo) at Ulithi Atoll.

 

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