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Laid down, 31 December 1944, as SS Princeton Victory, a Maritime Commission type (VC2-S-AP2) hull under Maritime Commission contract (MCV hull 587) at Permanente Metals Yard No. 1, Richmond. CA.
Launched, 19 February 1945
Delivered to the Maritime Commission, 14 March 1945
Scheduled to be acquired by the US Navy in February 1966 for conversion to a Forward Depot Ship, the forerunner of the Fast Deployment Logistic Ships
Scheduled to be renamed USNS Radcliffe (T-AG-188) and placed in service with the Military Sea Transport Service
Program canceled, 1 February 1966
Final Disposition, scrapped in 1989 at Nantong, China
Displacement 4,512 t.(lt) 15,589 t.(fl)
Speed 15.5 kts.
Propulsion cross compound steam turbine, single screw, 8,500shp
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