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Awards, Citations and Campaign Ribbons

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

  • Laid down in 1944 as a US Army design 257-A steel hulled tug at John E. Matton & Sons Inc., Cohoes, N.Y.
  • Launched in February 1944
  • Delivered to the US Army Quartermaster Corps, June 1944
  • Assigned to the US Army Transportation Corps, placed in service as ST-88
  • During World War II ST-87 was assigned to the Europe-Africa-Middle East Theater
  • Retired from US Army service circa 1945
  • Transferred in 1945 to the government of the Netherlands, at Rotterdam
  • Transferred, 12 June 1946, to the government of Finland, renamed No 1, reflagged Finland
  • Transferred in 7 September 1946 to the Finnish Navy, redesignated DR-1
  • Redesignated No 1 in 1949
  • Acquired in 1952 by Fratelli Elio & Maria Solimano, Savona, Italy, renamed Fulgor, reflagged Italy
  • Acquired in 1954 by Rimorchiatori Riuniti Panfido & Co SpA. Venice, Italy, renamed Furius
  • Acquired in 1980 by Francesco Bellini, Porto Garibaldi, Italy, renamed Eurita
  • Acquired in 198x by Magazzini Generali del Porto, La Spezia, Italy
  • Acquired in 199 by Stemasub Snc di Fossataro M. & Cia, Olbia, Italy
  • Final Disposition, fate unknown
    Displacement 106 gross tons
    Length 74'
    Beam 20'
    Draft 8.4'
    Speed 9.3 kts
    Complement unknown
    Cruise Radius unknown
    one 6cyl Atlas-Imperial type 6BM, 400bhp
    single three bladed propeller

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