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USACE M/V General Irwin

  • Built in 2012 by Horizon Shipyards, Bayou La Batre, AL.
  • Launched in 2012
  • Delivered 2012
  • Assigned to the US Army Corps of Engineers Mobile District
  • Placed in commission in 2012 as USACE M/V General Irwin
  • M/V General Irwin, a 385 HP twin-screw towboat, is assigned to provide operations and maintenance support for the Apalachicola-Chattahoochee-Flint (ACF) River system, which runs through Alabama, Florida, and Georgia, and includes support for navigation locks, hydropower, natural resources management, recreation missions, and general fleeting duties.
    Displacement 95 t.
    Length 58'
    Beam 22'
    Hull Depth 7'
    Vertical Clearance 35'
    Draft 4'10"
    Speed 10 kts
    Range unknown
    Complement 3
    Bunker Capacity unknown
    Machinery, Equipment, and Special Features
    Main Engines two Cat C12B 385HP @2100rpm
    Propellers two 72 dia., 4 blade, stainless steel
    Generators one Caterpillar C4.4, 44kW
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    232k USACE M/V General Irwin underway, dates and locations unknown.
    US Army Corps of Engineers Mobile District photo
    Tommy Trampp
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    138k USACE M/V General Irwin underway, date and location unknown
    US Army Corps of Engineers photo
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    69k USACE M/V General Irwin underway, 3 January 2020, location unknown.
    US Army Corps of Engineers photo # 200103-A-BZ7847-671

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