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USS
Mount Hood
AE-29
A Navy
REPLENISHMENT Ship

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AMMUNITION SHIP INDEX


HISTORY
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WIKIPEDIA
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AE Ship Facts
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COMMANDING OFFICERS
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SUISUN BAY DEPARTURE
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DRYDOCK ENTRY
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ELSBETH III ARRIVAL
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UNDOCKING
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BAY AREA DEPARTURE
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PACIFIC VOYAGE
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PANAMA TRANSIT
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CARIBBEAN / GULF
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BROWNSVILLE



A volcanic peak in the Cascade Range of Oregon.

USS Mount Hood (AE-29) underway, aerial port beam view, September 1981, while en route to Cayalan Island, Philippines,
the location of the capsized Philippine destroyer escort ship RPS Datu Kalantiaw,(PS-76)
which had been overtaken by Typhoon Clara.     by Fred Weiss


Kilauea Class Ammunition Ship: Laid down, 8 May 1967, at Bethlehem Steel Shipyard, Inc, Sparrows Point, MD.
Commissioned, USS Mount Hood (AE-29), 1 May 1971,
Decommissioned, transferred to the Maritime Administration, 10 August 1999
Laid up in the National Defense Reserve Fleet, Suisun Bay, Benecia, CA.
Displacement 9,340 t.(lt) 19,940 t.(fl)   Length 564'   Beam 81'   Draft 29'   Speed 20 kts.
Complement MSC 125 -133 Civilian Mariners Naval Detachment 30
Cargo Capacity 60,000 cu ft 6,000DWT
Armament USS - four twin 3"/50 cal dual purpose gun mounts USNS - none
Aircraft two MH60S Seahawk helicopters.   Propulsion one General Electric turbine
                                                 [3] Foster-Wheeler 600psi boilers;  single six blade fixed propeller, 22,000shp

     






                                                            
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The voyage of Elsbeth II is complete. See: Gulfport