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USNS Wyman T-AGS-34
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Removed from Suisun Bay Fleet on 3-3-14
Cleaning at BAE Systems - then to Texas.
The survey vessel honors Rear Admiral Robert H. Wyman, who commanded the U.S. Navy’s Hydrographic Office in the 1870s.

Specifications:
Displacement: 1,935 t.(lt) 2,500 t.(fl)
Length: 286' 7"   Beam: 48'   Draft: 17'   Speed: 15 kts.
Armament: none  
Complement: 12 offices, 30 crew, 28 survey party
Propulsion: ALCO diesels, General Electric electric
                           drive,  single shaft. SHP approx.3000

Wilkes Class Hydrographic Survey Ship     MARAD Description
Laid down, 18 July 1968 at Defoe Shipbuilding Co., Bay City, MI.
Launched, 30 October 1969    Delivered to the Navy, 3 November 1971
Placed in service with the Military Sealift Command (MSC) as USNS Wyman (T-AGS-34)
Placed out of service (date unknown)  Struck from the Naval Register, 3 May 1999
Transferred to the Maritime Administration (MARAD) for disposal
Laid up at th Naval Inactive Ship Maintenance Facility (NISMF) Pearl Harbor, HI.

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USNS Wyman (T-AGS-34) moored at Genoa, Italy, 28 February 1973.
Photo by Carlo Martinelli


1994 photo of USNS Wyman (T-AGS-34) captioned: "Refurbishments provides ship with extensive shallow-water survey capability"
As Towed from Row "L" in Suisun Bay