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  Probert Encyclopaedia: Ships (W-War)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-03)
The USS Wabash is an American Wichita Class replenishment oiler of 13000 tons light displacement designed to provide rapid replenishment at sea of petroleum and munitions to the fleet.
The USS Wabash is powered by three Foster-Wheeler boilers providing a top speed of 20 knots and a range of 6500 miles at 19 knots or 10000 miles at 16 knots.
The USS Waddell is powered by four boilers and two geared steam turbines providing a top speed of 30 knots and a range of 6000 miles at 15 knots.
www.probertencyclopaedia.com /RH.HTM   (1126 words)

 USS Wabash - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Four ships of the United States Navy have been named USS Wabash, after the Wabash River of Ohio and Indiana.
The first Wabash was a screw frigate in commission from 1856 to 1874, then in use as a receiving ship until 1912.
The second Wabash (ID-1824) was a civilian freighter acquired for Navy use during 1918 and 1919.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/USS_Wabash   (149 words)

 USS Wabash (AOR 5)
USS WABASH was the fifth WICHITA - class replenishment oiler.
USS WABASH and the USS FLINT (AE 32) collide while conducting towing exercises.
USS WABASH and the USS KITTY HAWK (CV 63) have a minor collision during refueling in Oakland, Calif.
www.navysite.de /aor/aor5.htm   (128 words)

The Japanese submarine RO-112 is sunk by the submarine USS Batfish (SS-310) in the Philippines.
The destroyer USS Kimberley (DD-521), light minelayer USS Robert H. Smith (DM-23) and high-speed transport USS Gilmer (APD-11) are damaged by suicide plane; the destroyer escort USS Sederstrom (DE-31) by collision; and the high-speed transport USS Knudsen (APD-11) by horizontal bomber, all in the Okinawa area.
The battleship USS Colorado (BB-45) is damaged by an explosion, the destroyer USS Ammen (DD-527) by a horizontal bomber and the submarine chaser SC-737 by grounding, all in the Okinawa area.
www.blountweb.com /blountcountymilitary/wars/ww2/timelines/1945_ww2.htm   (11002 words)

 CGN 9 Long Beach
USS LONG BEACH (CGN-9) was the first nuclear powered cruiser and first large combatant in the US Navy with its main battery consisting of guided missiles.
In July 1986 USS LONG BEACH was part of the first battleship battle group to deploy to the Western Pacific since the Korean War.
USS Long Beach was deactivated 02 July 1994 in ceremonies at Norfolk Naval Station.
www.globalsecurity.org /military/systems/ship/cgn-9.htm   (409 words)

The USS SAVANNAH (AOR-4) is the FIFTH ship commissioned in the United States Navy to bear the name SAVANNAH.
Built by the Quincy Shipbuilding Division, General Dynamics Corporation, at Quincy, Massachusetts, her keel was laid down on 22 January 1969.
www.kec-co.com /uss_savannah.htm   (416 words)

 USN Ships--USS WABASH (1856-1912)
USS Wabash, a 4808-ton steam screw frigate, was built at the Philadelphia Navy Yard.
As flagship of the South Atlantic Blockading Squadron, she was an active force in the Blockade of Charleston, S.C., in 1862-64.
Photographed from the deck of the monitor USS Weehawken, in Port Royal harbor, South Carolina, 1863.
www.history.navy.mil /photos/sh-usn/usnsh-w/wabash.htm   (355 words)

 USS Kitty Hawk (CV 63)
USS KITTY HAWK is the lead ship of the Navy’s second class of "super carriers" and the second ship in the Navy to bear this name.
KITTY HAWK and the USS WABASH (AOR 5) have a minor collision during refueling in Oakland, Calif.
USS KITTY HAWK collided with a VICTOR-class Soviet nuclear-powered attack submarine in the Sea of Japan.
united-states-navy.com /cvn/cv63.htm   (1280 words)

 USS Susquehanna
Tattnall, USS Bienville, USS Pembina, USS Seneca, USS Ottawa, USS Unadilla, USS Pawnee, USS Mohican, USS Isaac Smith, USS Curlew, USS Vandalia, USS Penguin, USS Pocahontas, USS Seminole, Fort Beauregard, USS R.B. Forbes and "Rebel Camp".
USS Susquehanna (1850-1883) is at the extreme left.
George Peabody; USS Wabash; USS Pawnee; and USS Monticello.
cssvirginia.org /vacsn3/crew/susque   (1118 words)

 Bosshardt & Marzek Plastic Surgery Associates   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-03)
It was briefly interrupted from 1979-80 when he served as medical officer aboard the USS Wabash and was deployed to the Western Pacific with an aircraft carrier task force.
He was involved in the rescue of Vietnamese boat people and was part of operations to end the Iranian hostage crisis in 1980.
The USS Wabash received several decorations for this deployment, including the Meritorious Unit Commendation.
www.bosshardtandmarzek.com /showstaff.php?cat=5   (847 words)

 1812 And All That
USS President, for example, was lost after being disabled trying to leave New York, and USS Chesapeake was captured by HMS Shannon off Boston (some of its timbers are in the fabric of a pub in Ashford, Kent).
The Miamis were a group of tribes inhabiting the Wabash valley and the land to the east of it into Ohio.
The Weas occupied the upper Wabash valley, the Piankeshaws the lower Wabash, the Eel Rivers the valley of that name.
www.du.edu /~jcalvert/hist/1812.htm   (15919 words)

 The Spokesman-Review.com
USS Wabash (AOR-5) – May, Reno, Nev. Contact Harold Anderson, 9479 Lake Canyon Road, Santee, CA 92071; (619) 562-4696; e-mail hnhusker@aol.com.
USS Springfield Bluejackets (CL66/CLG7/SSN761) – Aug. 4-8 at the Renaissance Hotel Airport, St. Louis, Mo. Contact John W. Adams, 420 Elk Run Road, Hudson, NH 03051; (603) 598-2806; e-mail johnmrwillie@aol.com.
USS William B. Pratt (DLG-13/DDG-44) – Aug. 24-29 in Valley Forge, Pa. Contact Rodger Hall, 1453 39th St., Rock Island, IL 61201; (309) 788-3348; e-mail hallr44@yahoo.com.
www.spokesmanreview.com /allstories-news-story.asp?date=050104&ID=s1515218   (505 words)

 Wabash - Wabash Valley Obituary Index   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-03)
The Wabash Frisco and Pacific Assn. runs 12 inch gauge small scale steam trains along the Meramec River at Glencoe in Wildwood, Mo 25 miles west of the St.
Wabash Power Equipment Co. is your primary source for the Purchase or Rental of new and used Firetube Boilers, Watertube Boilers, Diesel Generators,
The Wabash Area Chamber of Commerce is dedicated to the promotion and growth of area businesses and commerce.
www.hispider.com /?q=wabash   (558 words)

 USN Ships--USS WABASH (1856-1912) after 1875
This page features views showing USS Wabash after 1875, when she became the receiving ship at the Boston Navy Yard.
Wabash had been sold by the Navy in November 1912.
Large ships in background are USS Vulcan (center) and USS Wabash (behind sheer legs).
www.history.navy.mil /photos/sh-usn/usnsh-w/wabash-a.htm   (256 words)

 Ship Launch Covers   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-03)
USS John F. Kennedy Shipboard Cancellation Sep 7, 1968.
USS Kilauea, USS Butte Quincy MA Aug 9 1967.
USS White Plains Shipboard Cancellation Nov 23 1968.
www.the-forum.com /ephemera/launchc.htm   (101 words)

 USN Ships--USS Seneca (1861-1868)
USS Seneca, a 691-ton Unadilla class screw steam gunboat built at New York City, was commissioned in October 1861.
She participated in the capture of Port Royal and Beaufort, South Carolina, during November and in the blocking of the entrances to Savannah, Georgia, in December 1861.
USS Seneca was decommissioned at Norfolk, Virginia, in June 1865 and was sold there in September 1868.
www.history.navy.mil /photos/sh-usn/usnsh-s/seneca.htm   (929 words)

On the USS John Adams two white sailors were confined in double irons for fighting the ship’s cook, Samuel Quabner, a contraband enlistee.
On the Wabash a white sailor was confined in solitary for three days on bread and water for striking a contraband.
See deck logs of USS Norwich dated April 30, 1862; of USS Potomska for February 5, 1862; of USS Pawnee for October 23, 1862; and of USS Wabash for October 25, 1861, and November 21, 1861, RG 24, NA.
ijnhonline.org /volume1_number1_Apr02/article_king_slaves_sailors.doc.htm   (5706 words)

 Vice Admiral Kevin J. Cosgriff's Biography   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-03)
Vice Admiral Kevin J. Cosgriff was a "plank owner" of USS Wabash (AOR 5).
He served aboard USS Sampson (DDG 10), was Engineer Officer of USS Fanning (FF 1076) and Materiel Officer at Commander, Destroyer Group Thirteen.
His Executive Officer tour was in USS Arthur W. Radford (DD 968).
www.cffc.navy.mil /deputybio.htm   (273 words)

 MOAA: Information Exchange
USS Raleigh (CL-7), May 2-5, Savannah, Ga. Contact: L. Driever, 3730 Cadbury Cir., No. 621, Venice, FL 34293, (941) 408-2621, drieverfl@aol.com.
USS Wabash (AOR-5) May 13-16, Reno, Nev. Contact: J. Campbell, 247 Murray Dr., El Cajon, CA 92020, (619) 579-0084, rcampbell12@aol.com.
USS Silverstein (DE-534), July 14-17, Colorado Springs, Colo. Contact: A. Dunn, 6210 Calle Empinada, San Diego, CA 92120, (619) 583-9188, atdunn@home.com.
www.moaa.org /magazine/April2004/information_exchange.asp   (2323 words)

 Claudius Pompeianus bei eLexi - das Onlinelexikon   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-03)
Two ships of the United States Navy have been named USS Puget Sound, after Puget Sound in the state of Washington.
Three vessels of the United States Navy have been named USS Mindoro, the first as a name retained, and the other two after the island of Mindoro in the Philippines.
Two ships of the United States Navy have been named USS Okinawa, in honor of the Battle of Okinawa.
www.elexi.de /en/c/cl/claudius_pompeianus.html   (560 words)

 Ship Launch Covers   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-03)
USS Concord Long Beach CA plus Shipboard Cancellation.
USS Puget Sound Shipboard Cancellation Aug 27 1968.
USS Radford 25th Anniversary Shipboard Cancellation Jul 22 1967.
www.the-forum.com /EPHEMERA/launchc.htm   (101 words)

 USS Wabash   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-03)
The first Wabash (AOR-5) was also an oiler in service from 1971 to 1994.
Wabash Valley Farms Whirley Pop Popcorn Popper 6-qt.
Wabash Valley Farms Real Theater Popcorn, Set of 5 32.5-oz.
www.freeglossary.com /USS_Wabash   (157 words)

 The Kinston Free Press   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-03)
The crew of the USS Pascagoula (PCE-874) will have a reunion in the spring of 2006 in Savannah, Ga. Contact Harry Kalbach, 613 Sherman St., Menlo, IA 50164, (641) 524-2811 or Hkalbach@netins.net.
Former crewmen of the USS Pawcatuck (AO-108) will have a reunion in May 2006 in Nashville, Tenn. Contact David Willis, 15807 Cimarron Drive, Surprise, AZ 85374, (623) 214-9835 or dwshs53@aol.com.
Crewmembers from the USS Wabash (AOR-5) are having a reunion in the spring of 2006 in New Orleans.
www.kinston.com /SiteProcessor.cfm?Template=/GlobalTemplates/Details.cfm&StoryID=31611&Section=Societ   (756 words)

 USS Kitty Hawk (CV 63)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-03)
In 1950, Captain Wood enlisted in the United States Navy and served three combat cruises in Korea on board the destroyer USS OBANNON (DDE-450).
Captain Wood assumed command of Carrier Air Wing ELEVEN in December 1977 and made deployments to the Western Pacific on board USS KITTY HAWK and to the Mediterranean on board USS AMERICA.
In July 1981, Captain Wood assumed command of USS WABASH (AOR-5), and was deployed in the Indian Ocean and Western Pacific.
www.kittyhawk.navy.mil /history/co_bios/wood.htm   (386 words)

He made three Seventh Fleet deployments to the Pacific and Indian Oceans onboard USS WABASH (AOR-5), USS WICHITA (AOR-1), and USS KISKA (AE-35).
Captain Deitchman reported aboard USS TARAWA (LHA-1) in May 1986, deploying to the Pacific and Indian Oceans.
From April 1988 to June 1989, he was assigned to HC-11 as squadron Safety Officer and Detachment O-in-C, deploying to the Indian Ocean aboard USS Sacramento (AOE-1).
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 Torpedo boats   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-03)
She had a retractable spar torpedo in the bow, but was slow and unwieldy.
The David was a class of semi submersible torpedo boats built in Charleston S.C. David attacked the USS New Ironsides on the night of 5 October 1863, causing moderate damage, but not enough to sink or disable the ship.
Davids also attacked the USS Wabash off Charleston 18 April 1864, and the USS Memphis in North Edisto River on 6 March 1864.
members.cox.net /ironmonger/torpedoboats.htm   (164 words)

 Ships of the World: An Historical Encyclopedia - - CSS David   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-03)
Shaped like a cigar and designed to operate very low in the water, David and the ten other Confederate torpedo boats built at Charleston were intended to sink Federal blockade ships by detonating an explosive charge against the ships' hulls, the explosive being carried on the end of a spar projecting from the bow.
On the night of October 5, 1863, Lieutenant W. Glassell commanding, David attacked the casemate ironclad steamer USS New Ironsides.
The first was on March 6, 1864, against USS Memphis, and the second was on April 18, when she tried to sink USS Wabash.
college.hmco.com /history/readerscomp/ships/html/sh_025300_cssdavid.htm   (222 words)

 wabash   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-03)
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