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USNS Bartlett (T-AGOR-13)

Awards, Citations and Campaign Ribbons

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National Defense Service Medal

USNS Bartlett (T-AGOR-13) was transferred to Morocco
Robert D. Conrad Class Oceanographic Research Ship:
  • Laid down, 18 November 1965, at Northwest Marine Iron Works, Portland, OR.
  • Launched, 24 May 1966
  • Delivered to the Navy, 31 March 1969, Assigned to the Military Sea Transportation Service (MSTS)
  • Placed in service as USNS Bartlett (T-AGOR-13)
  • Placed out of service, date unknown
  • Transferred to Morocco, 26 July 1993 under the Security Assistance Program
  • Struck from the Naval Register, 30 August 1993
  • Final Disposition, fate unknown
    Displacement 1,520 t.(lt) 1,915 t.(fl)
    Length 245'
    Beam 46'
    Draft 16'
    Speed 12 kts.
    Complement 23 civilian mariners, 38 scientists
    Propulsion diesel-electric, single propeller, 2,500shp, retractable azmuthing bow thruster

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    Bartlett 284k USNS Bartlett (T-AGOR-13) underway, date and location unknown. William Zarkas, Retired MSC Boatswain
    President, MSC Retiree Association
    Bartlett 206k USNS Bartlett (T-AGOR-13) underway, date and location unknown.
    US Navy photo from DANFS.
    Joe Radigan MACM USN Ret.

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    Crew Contact And Reunion Information
    U.S. Navy Memorial Foundation - Navy Log
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