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Specifications: Displacement 12,570 t.; Length 402' 6"; Beam 53'; Draft 26' 5"; Speed 9 kts.; Complement 124; Armament one 5".
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|81k||Photographed during her trial trip in San Francisco Bay, California, 11
USN Photograph NH 65121
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After refitting at Mare Island, she took on general cargo and steamed 18 May via the Panama Canal and Hampton Roads Va. for New York City, arriving 28 June. She joined up with a convoy at Norfolk, Va. and departed for France 5 July, arriving St. Nazaire the 26th. Returning to New York 29 August, she underwent repairs, took on supplies, and made another convoy crossing between New York and St. Nazaire and back again 15 September-18 November.
Pasadena steamed independently with general cargo 15 December, arriving Verdon, France 7 January 1919. She returned to New York 11 February. After one more trans-Atlantic run, 2 March-22 April, the steamer was placed in line for demobilization at Newport News, Va., decommissioned, and was turned over to the USSB 28 April 1919.
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