USS Holland AS-32   -   Submarine  Tender   -    LAST VOYAGE
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Named for "John Philip Holland",
 the man who developed the first
true submarine accepted by U.S. Navy

Hunley Class Submarine Tender:

Laid down, 5 March 1962, at Ingalls Shipbuilding Corp., Pascagoula, MS.
Launched, 19 January 1963
Commissioned USS Holland (AS-32), 30 September 1963,
CAPT. Charles W. Styer, Jr. USN, in command

Decommissioned, 30 September 1996
Struck from the Naval Register, 12 May 2000
Title transfer to MARAD, 12 May 2000 for disposal
Laid up in the National Defense Reserve Fleet, Suisun Bay, Benecia, CA.

Specifications:
Displacement 12,852 t.(lt) 17,640 t.(fl)
Length 599'   Beam 83'    Draft 23' 4"    Speed 18 kts.
Complement 1,190
Armament [2] twin 40mm gun mounts     Propulsion Diesel electric, single shaft

  The Holland was towed to MARE ISLAND Dry Docks from Suisun Bay Reserve Fleet     
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