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USAV COL Seth Warner (LT-806)


International Radio Call Sign:
Alpha - Delta - Tango - Kilo
ADTK
Nathanael Greene Large Coastal Tug:
  • Built by Robert E. Derecktor Shipyard, Middletown, RI (YN 159)
  • Contract awarded, September 1989
  • Laid down, date unknown
  • Contract terminated when Derecktor defaulted, early 1992
  • Trasnported by barge to Mississippi for completion
  • Launched and completed by Trinity Marine Group, Moss Point, MS (YN T046)
  • Launched, 16 December 1993
  • Delivered to US Quartermaster Corps, 15 November 1994
  • Arrived in Kuwait for storage with APS-5 Kuwait Watercraft Section, 08 May 2010
  • Current Disposition, prepositioned at Kuwait City
    Specifications:
    Displacement 939 tons (fl)
    Length 128'
    Beam 36'
    Depth of Hold unknown
    Draft 16'
    Speed 12 knots (14 mph)
    Complement 23
    Cruise Radius unknown
    Propulsion
    two GM EMD 12-645 FM8 diesel engines, 2550bhp / 1,900kW each
    two shafts

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    Namesake
    Seth Warner
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    219k Seth Warner - (17 May 1743 [O.S. 06 May 1743] 26 December 1784) was a Revolutionary War officer from Vermont who rose to rank of Continental colonel and was often given the duties of a brigade commander. He is best known for his leadership in the capture of Fort Crown Point, the Battle of Longueuil, the siege of Quebec, the retreat from Canada, and the battles of Hubbardton and Bennington. Before the war, he was a captain in the Green Mountain Boys. He was outlawed by New York but never captured.
    Statue of Seth Warner at the Bennington Battle Monument, photo taken by Jkb24, 05 April 2019
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    COL Seth Warner (LT-806)
    Seth Warner
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    37k USAV COL Seth Warner (LT-806) moored pierside at Kuwait Naval Base, Kuwait, 29 May 2010.
    US Army 402 Field Support Brigade, DVIDS Photo #'s 100529-O-#####-003 and 100529-O-#####-001
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    Seth Warner
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    Seth Warner
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    139k USAV COL Seth Warner (LT-806) and USAV Santiago (ST-910), moored pierside at Kuwait Naval Base, Kuwait, 29 May 2010.
    US Army 402 Field Support Brigade, DVIDS photo # 100529-O-#####-002
    Defense Visual Information Distribution System

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