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|USNS Mission Capistrano (T-AO-112)
|795k||USNS Mission Capistrano (T-AO-112) underway in the Port of Long Beach, date unknown||David Buell|
|1275k||USNS Mission Capistrano (T-AO-112) docking/undocking at Berth 232, Port of Los Angeles, date unknown.||David Buell|
|89k||USNS Mission Capistrano (T-AO-112) moored pierside, Port of Los Angeles, Berth 232, date unknown.||David Buell|
|44k||USNS Mission Capistrano (T-AO-112), undergoing conversion to (AG-162), at Todd Shipyards New Orleans, LA., circa early 1960.||Bill Valashinas|
|USNS Mission Capistrano (T-AG-162)
|57k||USNS Mission Capistrano (T-AG-162) underway, date and location unknown.
US Navy photo.
|Joe Radigan MACM USN Ret.|
|70k||USNS Mission Capistrano (T-AG-162) at anchor, date and location unknown.
US Navy photo from 1966/67 edition of "Jane's Fighting Ships".
|30k||View of USNS Mission Capistrano (T-AG-162)'s ultra-high-powered sonar transducer array.||MASSA web site|
|74k||USNS Mission Capistrano (T-AG-162) loading an experimental atomic powered navigation beacon at Bayonne, N.J., 20 September 1962. The beacon was placed on the bed of the Atlantic Ocean, 2,500 fathoms of water, 700 miles off the coast of Jacksonville, FL. At right is Nick Renna, engineer for the builders, Martin Marietta.
|47k||USNS Mission Capistrano (T-AG-162) at anchor, in 1962, location unknown. Photo courtesy of Mr W. H. Davis.||Robert Hurst|
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