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USAV Santiago (ST-910)

Dorchester Heights Class Small Tug:
  • Built by Conrad Industries - Orange Shipbuilding, Orange, TX (YN 325)
  • Laid down, date unknown
  • Launched, date unknown
  • Delivered to US Quartermaster Corps, named USAV Santiago (ST-910), 13 December 2001
  • Assigned to the US Army Transportation Corps, Fort Eustis, VA
  • Current Disposition, active in service
    Displacement 109 tons (light)
    Length 60' overall
    Beam 22' 6"
    Draft 6' 6"
    Speed 10.5 knots
    Complement 4
    Cruise Radius 700 miles @ 10.5 knots
    two Cummins KTA19-M3 diesels, 1280bhp
    two Kaplan 4-bladed swiveling nozzle props

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    112k The Siege of Santiago de Cuba was the last major operation of the Spanish–American War on the island of Cuba. General Toral's surrender of Santiago to General Shafter, July 13th, 1898
    New York Public Library Digital Collections
    Tommy Trampp
    USAV Santiago (ST-910)
    Seth Warner
    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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