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USAV COL. V.S. Quackenbush (FS-110)


Precedence of awards is from left to right
American Campaign Medal - World War II Victory Medal

Freight-Personnel / Freight-Supply Vessel
  • Laid down 1943, as the design 247 wooden-hulled Freight-Personnel Vessel FP-110, at Grays Harbor Shipbuilding, Aberdeen, WA.
  • Launched in 1943
  • Delivered in June 1943 to the US Army Quartermasters Corps.
  • Assigned to the US Army Transportation Corp and placed in commission as USAV FP-110, June 1943
  • Redesignated and named Freight-Supply Vessel USAV COL. V.S. Quackenbush (FS-110), date unknown
  • Decommissioned and retired by US Army, date unknown
  • Final Disposition, fate unknown
    Displacement 450 t.
    Length 141'
    Beam 31'
    Draft 14'
    Speed unknown
    Freight Capacity unknown
    Complement unknown
    Armament unknown
    Propulsion one 6-cyl diesel engines, 1,000hp
    one propellers

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    COL V.S. Quackenbush
    LTC Gerrit Van Schaick Quackenbush - (18 October 1870 - 23 February 1922) Commissioned second lieutenant of infantry after service in the Spanish-American War, Quackenbush was ordered to duty with the 23rd Infantry in the Philippines. During WWI Col. Quackenbush was in command at Kelley Field, Texas. Following WWI, he was ordered to Paris. (Findagrave)
    John Spivey

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