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United States Navy reserve fleets

United States Navy reserve fleets

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Eenheid: United States Navy reserve fleets
Land: The United States
Macht: The United States Navy
Wapen: Marine
Rol: Reserve
Actief: reserve
Grootte: fleet
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De derde vloot United States Navy reserve fleets is een vloot van de United States Navy. In de volksmond wordt deze vloot ook wel "Mothball Fleet" genoemd. Omdat de schepen die in reserve zijn verouderde schepen zijn en vaak op de lijst van afgeschreven schepen staan.

De schepen die in reserve zijn zijn over diverse marinebasissen heel amerika verspreid:

James River

The James River Reserve Fleet bestaan uit ongeveer 60 verouderde marineschepen. en zijn gestioneerd bij Newport news.

Newport

Officieel behoren de volgende verouderde en buitengebruik genomen schepen niet tot de reserver vloot maar vallen nog steeds onder de marine.

De Vliegdekschepen USS Forrestal en USS Saratoga Het Slagschip USS Iowa

Suisun Bay National Defense Reserve Fleet

A similar fleet, the National Defense Reserve Fleet, is anchored in Suisun Bay near Vallejo, California, and has similarly been reduced. This location is known for hosting the Glomar Explorer after its recovery of portions of a Soviet submarine during the Cold War before its subsequent reactivation as a minerals exploration ship. Also present is the battleship USS Iowa (BB 61).

Neches River

A third fleet of WWII era ships is anchored in the Neches River near Beaumont, Texas.

Philadelphia

The Naval Inactive Ship Maintenance Facility holds several dozen inactive warships, including the aircraft carrier USS John F. Kennedy (CV-67), a Tarawa class amphibious assault ship, early flight Ticonderoga class cruisers, Spruance class destroyers, Oliver Hazard Perry class frigates, numerous supply ships, and a submarine.

Puget Sound Naval Shipyard

The Naval Inactive Ship Maintenance Facility at Puget Sound Naval Shipyard, located next to Bremerton, Washington hosts three aircraft carriers among its other ships: USS Ranger, USS Independence, USS Constellation[1], and the cruiser USS Long Beach. It is also the home to almost two dozen submarines and numerous supply ships.



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