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USACE Reynolds

Debris Collection Vessel
  • Built in 1993 at Patti Marine Enterprises, Pensacola FL.
  • Launched in 1993
  • Named in honor of John Reynolds, a former Chief of Operations for the Baltimore District, Corps of Engineers
  • Christened, commissioned and placed in service as USACE Reynolds in 1993
  • Assigned to the US Army Engineers Baltimore District
  • USACE works in Baltimore Harbor and on the Patapsco River
  • Current Disposition, active
    Displacement unknown
    Length unknown
    Beam unknown
    Draft unknown
    Speed unknown
    Complement unknown
    Machinery unknown
    Propulsion diesel engine

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    151k USACE Debris Collecter Reynolds USACE Reynolds patrols the waters of the Baltimore Harbor and Patapsco River. She is equipped with a hydraulic front end loader with a mesh basket. These loaders have been designed so that they can pick debris directly out of the water and are controlled by the vessel operator.
    U.S. Army photo by Cynthia Mitchell
    John Spivey

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