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T-AOT 5074 American Osprey

The American Osprey [currently designated T-AOT 5074, though apparently initially designated T-AOT 5075] is an off-shore petroleum discharge tanker and has a 235,000-barrel capacity. The tanker primarily serves the U.S. Marine Corps, although the ship can support the Army or Air Force as needed. American Osprey is 661 feet long, 90 feet wide and has a deadweight capacity of 34,723 long tons. Petersburg [T-AOT 5075] is prepositioned in the Guam/Saipan area.

Specifications

T-AOT 5074 T-AOT 5075
Builder
Power Plant
Length661 feet 736 feet
Beam 89 feet, 11 inches 102 feet
Draft36 feet, 1 inch 36 feet, 1 inch
Displacement 34,723 long tons 48,993 long tons
Capacity
Speed 14.8 knots 14.5 knots
Crew
Aircraft

Ships

Name Number Builder Homeport Ordered Commissioned Decommissioned
American Osprey T-AOT 5074Beaumont, TX
Petersburg T-AOT 5075Guam

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