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USACE Pride of the Cumberland


Debris Collection Vessel:
  • Built, date and location unknown
  • Launched, date unknown
  • Commission USACE Pride of the Cumberland, date unknown
  • Assigned to the US Army Engineers Nashville District
  • USACE Pride of the Cumberland works on Lake Cumberland, Kentucky
  • Current Disposition, active
    Specifications:
    Displacement unknown
    Length unknown
    Breadth unknown
    Draft unknown
    Speed unknown
    Compliment unknown
    Propulsion
    diesel(s)
    propeller(s)
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    Pride of the Cumberland
    303206606
    121k USACE Pride of the Cumberland operated by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Nashville District hard at work keeping Lake Cumberland's 101 miles of shorelines and waterways clean and free of logs, trash and debris, 24 July 2013.
    U.S. Army Corps of Engineers photos # 130724-A-BO243-045 by Mark Rankin
    Tommy Trampp
    Pride of the Cumberland
    303206607
    107k USACE Pride of the Cumberland at Waitsboro Recreation area. 2 August 2017, Operated by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, to keep Lake Cumberlandís waterways and shorelines clean and free of logs, debris and trash. After two months of repairs to the vesselís rudder, props, shaft, hull plate, and other upgrades, the Pride of Cumberland is again making rounds on Lake Cumberland. The vessel is based at the Waitsboro Recreation area and has been called upon more recently due to the heavy logs and debris in the lake.
    U.S. Army Corps of Engineers photos # 170801-A-BO243-222 by Mark Rankin
    Tommy Trampp
    Pride of the Cumberland
    303206601
    201021-A-EO110-1009
    175k USACE Pride of the Cumberland preparing collected debris and driftwood from Lake Cumberland for incineration, 21 October 2020.
    U.S. Army Corps of Engineers photos # 201021-A-EO110-1009 and 201021-A-EO110-1018 by Lee Roberts
    Tommy Trampp
    Pride of the Cumberland
    303206602
    201021-A-EO110-1018
    170k
    Pride of the Cumberland
    303206603
    175k USACE Pride of the Cumberland unloading collected debris and driftwood from Lake Cumberland into an incinerator barge, 21 October 2020.
    U.S. Army Corps of Engineers photo # 201021-A-EO110-1004 by Lee Roberts
    Tommy Trampp
    Pride of the Cumberland
    303206604
    111k USACE Pride of the Cumberland standing by while debris and driftwood from Lake Cumberland are burned in an incinerator barge, 21 October 2020.
    U.S. Army Corps of Engineers photo # 201021-A-EO110-1004 by Lee Roberts
    Tommy Trampp
    Pride of the Cumberland
    303206605
    134k Lead Operator Jesse Neal operates the grapple crane on the USACE PRIDE of the Cumberland, placing debris into an air curtain burner on a new floating barge 21 October 2020 in Lake Cumberland near Waitsboro Recreation Area in Somerset, Kentucky. (USACE Photo by Lee Roberts)
    U.S. Army Corps of Engineers photo # 210413-A-LD870-1016
    Tommy Trampp

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