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| USNS Powhatan (T-ATF-166)
Powhatan, alternately called "King" or "Chief" Powhatan by the English, led the main political and military power facing the early colonists, was probably the older brother of Opechancanough, who led attacks against the English in 1622 and 1644. He was the father of Pocahontas, who eventually converted to Christianity and married the English settler John Rolfe.
|103k||USNS Powhatan (T-ATF-166) underway, date and location unknown.
US Navy photo
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|274k||USNS Powhatan (T-ATF-166) drydocked at Bailey's Commercial Drydock, Barry Docks, Great Britain, October 1981.
Photo by the late Les Ring.
|48k||USNS Powhatan (T-ATF 166) with USS Wisconsin (BB 64) under tow from Philadelphia to Norfolk off Cape Henry. Photo taken on 17 October 1996.||© Atlantic Fleet Sales/ Nobe Smith|
|124k||USNS Powhatan (T-ATF-166) builders plaque.||JR. David D. Carney|
|264k||Powhatan tows the decommissioned aircraft carrier USS John F. Kennedy (CV 67) out of Naval Station Mayport, FL. enroute to Norfolk, VA. Homeported at Naval Station Mayport since 1995, John F. Kennedy was towed to Hampton Roads for temporary lay up until she can be transferred to the Navy Inactive Ship Maintenance Facility in Philadelphia.
US Navy photo # 070726-N-8544C-032 MAYPORT, FL.. (July 26, 2007) by MC2 Susan Cornell.
|72k||Powhatan tows the decommissioned aircraft carrier USS John F. Kennedy (CV 67) enroute to Norfolk, VA.
US Navy photo # 070730-N-7955L-087 ATLANTIC OCEAN (July 30, 2007) by MCSN Christopher Lange.
|266k||Powhatan alongside a pier probably at VSE Corp., Charleston, S.C., date unknown.||JR. David D. Carney|
| TCG Inebolu (A-590)
|1368k||Ex-USNS Powhatan (T-ATF-166) in Turkish Naval service as TCG Inebolu (A-590) moored pierside about 12 June, 2008, at VSE Corp., Charleston, S.C. Moored across the pier is the MSC Prepositioning Ship MV PFC Dewayne T. Williams (AK-3009).||JR. David D. Carney|
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