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AMS-154 was built for Belgium and also served the Greek Navy.

Faedra call sign:
Sierra - Zulu - Alpha - Xray

Adjutant Class Motor Minesweeper: Laid down as AMS-154 by the Hodgdon Brothers Goudy and Stevens, East Boothbay, ME; Completed 15 May 1954 and transferred to Belgium as Malmedy (M 922); Reclassified by U.S. Navy as a Coastal Minesweeper, MSC-154, 7 February 1955; Returned to U.S. Navy custody in 1969 and transferred to Greece as Fedra (M 206). Fate unknown.

Specifications: Displacement 375 t.; Length 144'; Beam 27'; Draft 8' 3"; Speed 14 kts; Complement 39; Armament one 20mm; Propulsion 880 shp General Motors 8-268A diesel engines, two shafts.

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