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USNS Neptune (T-ARC 2).
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Class: NEPTUNE (T-ARC 2)
Design: MC S3-S2-BP1
Displacement (tons): #,###
Dimensions (feet): ###.#' x ##.#' x ##.#'
Original armament: 4-5"/38
Later armaments: (19xx) 4-20mm
Speed (kts.): ##.#
Propulsion (HP): #,###
Machinery: turbines, # screw
|2||NEPTUNE||17 Feb 1953||Pusey & Jones, Wilmington||22 Jan 1945||22 Aug 1945||1 Jun 1953|
|6||ALBERT J. MYER||13 May 1966||Pusey & Jones, Wilmington||14 Apr 1945||7 Nov 1945||13 May 1963|
|2||NEPTUNE||T||21 Oct 1991||20 Aug 1992||1 Apr 1998||MA/T||3 Nov 2005/D|
|6||ALBERT J. MYER||T||13 Feb 1994||7 Nov 1994||1 Apr 1998||MA/T||24 Aug 2005/D|
Originally named for operation by the Army Signal Corps.
|2||NEPTUNE||2557||FY 1953. (ex-WILLIAM H.G. BULLARD, compl. 26 Feb 1946). Delivered to MC reserve fleet at Lee Hall, Va. 2 Mar 1946. To USN custody from MA and renamed 17 Feb 1953. To MSC 8 Nov 1973. To MA custody in JRRF 24 Sep 1991. Considered for use by Great Lakes Maritime Academy but found too large in Feb 2001. Departed JRRF 3 Nov 2005 for Brownsville under disposal contract with ISL. Scrapping complete 13 Apr 2006 at Brownsville.|
|6||ALBERT J. MYER||2558||(Compl. 17 May 1946.) To Army from MA 7 Feb 1952. Returned by Army and to Navy 13 May 1966. To MA custody in JRRF 31 Mar 1994. Considered for use by Great Lakes Maritime Academy but found too large in Feb 2001. Departed JRRF 24 Aug 2005 for Brownsville to BU. BU complete 10 Feb 2006 at Brownsville.|
Compiled: 19 Oct 2021
© Stephen S. Roberts, 2021
Sources: DB, Maroon, NVR, VCC