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Cacique (ID 2213)

Civilian call sign:
Love - Dog - William - King

Freighter: Built in 1910 by Short Brothers Co., Sunderland, England; Acquired by the Navy 19 August 1918 and commissioned the same day; Decommissioned 24 March 1919 at Baltimore, MD and returned to the United States Shipping Board for return to her owners; Scrapped in 1934 at Osaka, Japan.

Specifications: Displacement 6,202 t.; Length 394' 2"; Beam 52' 3"; Draft 27' 11"; Speed 10 kts.; Complement 70; Armament one 5" mount; Propulsion one 2,100ihp steam engine, one shaft.

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Cacique 96k In port, possibly when she was inspected by the 12th Naval District on 27 December 1917.
U.S. Navy photo NH 70468
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