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USACE Ward


Towboat:
  • Built in 1991 for the US Army Corps of Engineers, at Patti Shipbuilding, Pensacola, FL.
  • Launched in 1991
  • Delivered to the US Army Corps of Engineers, in 1991
  • Christened and and put into service as USACE Ward in 1991
  • WArd is assigned to the US Army Corps of Engineers Memphis District
  • Current Disposition, active
    Specifications:
    Displacement unknown
    Length 65'
    Beam unknown
    Hull Depth unknown
    Draft unknown
    Speed unknown
    Crew unknown
    Fuel Oil Capacity unknown
    Potable Water unknown
    Propulsion diesel
    twin propellers

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    Ward
    303004801
    62k USACE Towboat Ward moored at US Army Corps of Engineers Districtís Ensley Engineer Yard, date unknown
    Courtesy TugboatInformation.com
    Ward
    303004802
    148k USACE Towboat Ward and USACE Dredge Hurley at the Memphis Districtís Ensley Engineer Yard after getting hit hard with frigid temperatures in mid-February 2021. From frozen pipes to no electricity, many people and structures were impacted by the icy weather, including the districtís Dredge Hurley. It took approximately one month and multiple Ensley Engineer Yard crews to thaw out and repair the dredge.
    US Army Corps of Engineers Memphis District photo # 210413-A-CE999-1005 by Jessica Haas
    Tommy Trampp

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