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Specifications: Displacement 17,300 t.; Length 420' 6"; Beam 54' 8"; Draft 29' 3"; Speed 12 kts.; Complement 70; Armament one 5".
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|136k||Photographed circa 1917-1918, with Dutch neutrality markings on her bow.
U.S. Navy photo NH 64592
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Upon commissioning she immediately loaded a cargo of Army supplies and sailed for St. Nazaire. Bali operated in European waters until May 1919. She was placed out of commission at Amsterdam, Holland, 30 May 1919 and returned to her former owner.
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