Less than three weeks after commissioning, Patapsco departed San Francisco in convoy for Pearl Harbor. On 2 March 1955, she departed Pearl Harbor for Astoria, Oregon, and inactivation. From there, on 27 March, she steamed southwest to New Caledonia, whence she transported gasoline and other petroleum products to ships and bases in the Solomons and New Hebrides until November 1944. Based on Ulithi from 19 May until the end of the war, she shuttled POL (Petroleum, Oil, Lubricants) products to the Palaus, and, once, to Saipan. Coordinates: 32°45′55″N 79°53′29″W / 32.765252°N 79.891281°W / 32.765252; -79.891281, Dictionary of American Naval Fighting Ships, List of monitors of the United States Navy, Shipwrecks and maritime incidents in 1865, https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=USS_Patapsco_(1862)&oldid=960837688, American Civil War monitors of the United States, American Civil War patrol vessels of the United States, Wikipedia articles incorporating text from the Dictionary of American Naval Fighting Ships, Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License, 1 × 15 in (380 mm) smoothbore gun, 1 × 8 in (200 mm), This page was last edited on 5 June 2020, at 05:11. Beginning in mid-July, she began her participation in a lengthy bombardment campaign against Charleston's defending fortifications. The entry can be found [1], Dictionary of American Naval Fighting Ships, "America's 2nd oldest Pearl Harbor survivor passes away", Inhalation Toxicology Research Institute, Lovelace Biomedical & Environmental Research Institute, https://pmars.marad.dot.gov/DisposalCard/All/3787_AF.jpg, Photo of present day "Arctic Storm" and article about her owners, List of auxiliaries of the United States Navy, https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=USS_Patapsco_(AOG-1)&oldid=983717450, World War II auxiliary ships of the United States, Korean War auxiliary ships of the United States, Vietnam War auxiliary ships of the United States, Short description is different from Wikidata, Wikipedia articles incorporating text from the Dictionary of American Naval Fighting Ships, Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License, This page was last edited on 15 October 2020, at 20:55. Patapsco received one battle star for her World War II service and another for Korean service. 10, later AT-10) was a fleet tug in commission in the United States Navy from 1909 to 1925. She was named for the Patapsco River in Maryland.

The fourth ship to bear the name, USS Patapsco was built by Harlan & Hollingsworth, Wilmington, Delaware. Pencil sketch of USS Patapsco…

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Then, after a run to the Marshalls, the tanker sailed for Japan, arriving 25 April. [2] The Castle Bravo detonation was much larger than had originally been anticipated, and Patapsco was in the range of nuclear fallout, which began landing on the ship in the mid-afternoon of 2 March. USS Patapsco oli Yhdysvaltain laivaston Passaic-luokan monitori, joka palveli Yhdysvaltojen sisällissodassa pohjoisvaltioiden puolella. Four days later she was under way to fuel vessels off the coast of the embattled Korean Peninsula and on her return took up station tanker duties at Sasebo. James W. Downing was the commander from 1952 to 1955.

Patapsco was the sixth ship of the US Navy to be named for the Patapsco River in Maryland. Fort Sumter was reduced to a pile of rubble, but remained a formidable opponent. Arctic Storm then spent four to five years laid up in Lake Union, until local demand for North Pacific pollock and cod rose. In November 1863, Patapsco tested a large obstruction-clearing explosive device that had been devised by John Ericsson. Fort Sumter was reduced to a pile of rubble, but remained a formidable opponent. Patapsco was the fourth U.S. Navy ship to bear that name. Patapsco was the fourth U.S. Navy ship to bear that name. On 19 February 1946, she sailed east, and, after stopping at San Francisco, transited the Panama Canal and arrived at New Orleans for inactivation 3 May. Assigned to the South Atlantic Blockading Squadron, she took part in a bombardment of Fort McAllister on 3 March. On 7 April, Patapsco joined eight other ironclads in a vigorous attack on Fort Sumter, and received 47 hits from Confederate gunfire during that day.

Assigned to the South Atlantic Blockading Squadron, she took part in a bombardment of Fort McAllister on 3 March. She recommissioned 19 October 1950 and, after overhaul at Norfolk, got underway for the Pacific 3 March 1951. Patapsco was sold on 18 December 1979 to Mid Pacific Sea Harvesters Ltd for $56,480. After the war, she continued her Ulithi-Palau runs, then, in November, shifted her base to Guam whence she distributed fuel and light freight and carried passengers amongst the Marianas. WikiMili. Patapsco was the fourth U.S. Navy ship to bear that name. She saw service during World War II, the Korean War and the Vietnam War.