| 
  • If you are citizen of an European Union member nation, you may not use this service unless you are at least 16 years old.

  • Social distancing? Try a better way to work remotely on your online files. Dokkio, a new product from PBworks, can help your team find, organize, and collaborate on your Drive, Gmail, Dropbox, Box, and Slack files. Sign up for free.

View
 

1936 Maritime Commission memetics

Page history last edited by Bob-RJ Burkhart 8 years, 7 months ago

Return to: Campus Futures ... Jaywalker "Lost Legends" ... Lost Legends ...  WellBeing culture memes

 

i4CQuest-Keywords:
                  Truman Maritime Commission 1936 "Emergency Shipbuilding" fleet oilers @ http://bit.ly/okQFNn


Beers_umd_0117N_10383.pdf

http://i.creativecommons.org/l/by-nc-sa/2.5/ca/88x31.png This Wiki is licensed CC-BY-NC-SA - Creative Commons

Attribution-Noncommercial-Share Alike 3.0 License. Authors, learn more about your rights.


Patoka class oiler

The Patoka class oilers are a series of eight fleet replenishment oilers
built for the United States Navy after World War I . ...
2 KB (192 words) - 13:10, 9 February 2011

 

United States Navy oiler

(redirect from Neosho class fleet replenishment oiler)

an Oiler is a ... ship that replenishes other ... Underway Replenishment ...
Navy oilers used ... This class is composed of eighteen underway ...
33 KB (5,100 words) - 17:44, 4 July 2011

 

List of auxiliaries of the United States Navy

(section Replenishment Oilers (AOR))

Fleet Oilers, Fleet Replenishment Oilers (AO, T-AO): United States Navy oiler
| Replenishment oiler small yes | colwidth 19em Kanawha | AO-1 ...
128 KB (16,333 words) - 17:49, 8 October 2011

The first underway refueling conducted by the US Navy was the astern replenishment of the destroyer Hogan by the oiler Cuyama in 1921; further experiments with Cuyama and Kanawha led the Navy to conclude that the rate of fuel transfer was too slow to be useful. This however was the method used by the Soviet navy for many decades after the end of World War II.

  • USS Patoka (AO-9)

    USS Patoka (AO–9/AV–6/AG–125) was a fleet oiler made famous as a tender ...
    Fast Tankers and Replenishment at Sea in the U.S. Navy, ...
    10 KB (1,562 words) - 17:23, 7 September 2011

 

  • USS Sapelo (AO-11)

    caption | Ship class Patoka | fleet replenishment oiler | Ship ...
    In July 1932, the oiler was transferred to the Pacific ...
    10 KB (1,554 words) - 05:29, 13 August 2011

 

 

USS Ramapo (AO-12), a Patoka class oiler , built under U.S. Shipping Board ...
Fast Tankers and Replenishment at Sea in the U.S. Navy, 1912- ...
6 KB (881 words) - 04:20, 11 August 2011

 

does not have the extensive equipment required for underway replenishment. ...
USS Salinas (AO-19), a United States Navy oiler , was laid down ...
9 KB (1,444 words) - 17:22, 25 August 2011

 

Hide header | Header caption | Ship class Patoka | oiler | 3 | ship | ...
Fleetco, an Patoka | oiler | 3 | ship built by the Newport News ...
6 KB (844 words) - 05:46, 13 August 201109

 

The oiler was assigned to Squadron 8, Base Force Train, and operated ...
and made periodic voyages south to Seattle and San Francisco to replenish. ...
7 KB (1,060 words) - 23:34, 30 October 2009

 

USS Tippecanoe

Patoka-class fleet replenishment oiler launched in 1920,
commissioned in 1940, and decommissioned in 1946 Tippecanoe | T-AO-199 ...
835 B (90 words) - 23:42, 11 October 2009

 

List of ship commissionings in 1919

October 13 October : Patoka class fleet replenishment oiler as AO-9 November 15
November : Ramapo. (USA. class fleet replenishment oiler as AO-12 ...

2 KB (174 words) - 15:33, 17 April 2009
 

19 February US Sapelo | Patoka class fleet replenishment oiler | AO-11 |
! 15 May UK Hood | Admiral class battlecruiser | 51 |! ...

1 KB (129 words) - 15:33, 17 April 2009

 

16 December US Salinas | Patoka class fleet replenishment oiler | AO-19 |
! Unknown CHL Almirante Latorre | Iron Duke class class ...

997 B (88 words) - 12:54, 13 June 2009 

Usssalinas ao19.jpg
Salinas (AO-19), one of the older generation of Navy oilers,
riding light in the water with much of her dark red bottom paint showing.
Unlike later ships of this type, she does NOT have the extensive equipment required for underway replenishment.

 

1 January USA Rapidan Patoka class fleet replenishment oiler | AO-18 |
| 7 January USA AA-2 AA-1 class submarine | SF-2 | | ...

2 KB (148 words) - 20:47, 20 October 2011

 

List of ship commissionings in 1940

18 January Nazi Germany U-63 Type IIC coastal submarine | U 63 | 6 March
USA Tippecanoe Patoka class fleet replenishment oiler | AO-21 | ...

7 KB (448 words) - 00:01, 7 January 2011


 

HyperWar: Gray Steel and Black Oil [Notes]

Land MS: Emory Land Manuscript, Library of Congress, Washington ...

prewar Chiefs of Naval Operations, Standley, Leahy ... 

www.ibiblio.org/hyperwar/USN/GSBO/​GSBO-Notes.html

 

Construction of the twelve national defense tankers ordered by the maritime commission began on 25 April 1938.4 On that date the keel for the first of these vessels, Cimarron, was laid at the Chester yards of the Sun Shipbuilding and Dry Dock Company. The following day, President Roosevelt signed the Naval Appropriation Act for FY 1939, allocating $140 million for new ship construction.5 By then, both houses of Congress were nearing agreement on a billion dollar naval expansion bill, which would become known as the Second Vinson Act.

Introduced in early January by Carl Vinson, chairman of the House Naval Affairs Committee, the proposed bill would increase the size of the navy by 20 percent. On the very day Vinson first presented the measure, Roosevelt again interceded on behalf of the navy delivering a strong, special message to Congress stressing the need to maintain military strength in both oceans and in regions far beyond American shores.6 When signed into law on 17 May, the final version of Vinson's bill (Public Law 528) authorized appropriations for 46 more fighting ships, 26 auxiliaries, and 950 airplanes.7

 

Funding to commence work on the first 9 auxiliaries scheduled, including 4 oilers, was quickly appropriated by Congress on 25 June 1938.8 With the passage of this act, the navy had authorization and funding to construct or acquire a total of 5 modern fleet oilers.
@ http://www.ibiblio.org/hyperwar/USN/GSBO/GSBO-09.html 

 

Bibliography series - Naval History and Heritage Command

Land, Emory S. Winning the War With ... Leahy, William D.

I Was There: The Personal Story of the Chief of Staff to Presidents Roosevelt and Truman, ...

www.history.navy.mil/biblio/biblio1/​biblio1r.htm 

 

Library of Congress - Naval History and Heritage Command

Land, Emory S. Papers, 1901-1972 ... to the publication of Leahy's book,

I Was There: The Personal Story of the Chief of Staff to Presidents Roosevelt and Truman ...

www.history.navy.mil/sources/dc/loc.htm

 

  1. AGENTS OF INNOVATION | U.S. Naval Institute

    www.usni.org/store/books/history/agents-innovationJohn T. Kuehn is a 2011 Moncado Prize Winner recipient for his article: “The U.S. ... of the U.S. Navy as an agent of innovation in the years between the world wars. ... my interview of the author on USNI Blog. http://blog.usni.org/?p=2560 Enjoy! ...
  2. The General Board | USNI Blog

    blog.usni.org/2011/07/10/the-general-board/Jul 10, 2011 – PhD – author of the USNI Press book, Agents of Innovation ...
  3. WWII | USNI Blog

    blog.usni.org/tag/wwii/Join fellow USNI Bloggers CDR Salamander and EagleOne this Sunday, 10 JUL at ...
  4. Maritime Strategy | USNI Blog

    blog.usni.org/tag/maritime-strategy/Join fellow USNI Bloggers CDR Salamander and EagleOne this Sunday, 10 JUL at ...
    Show more results from usni.org

 

Comments (0)

You don't have permission to comment on this page.