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Career Name: USS Elokomin Builder: Bethlehem Shipbuilding Corporation, Bethlehem Sparrows Point Shipyard, Sparrows Point, Maryland Launched: 19 October 1943 Sponsored by: Mrs. C. M. Marcey Acquired: 30 January 1943 Commissioned: 30 November 1943 Fate: Sold for scrap, 1970 General characteristics Class and type: Cimarron-class oiler Type: T3-S2-A1 tanker hull Displacement: 7,236 long tons (7,352 t) light 25,440 long tons (25,848 t) full load Length: 553 ft (169 m) Beam: 75 ft (23 m) Draft: 32 ft (9.8 m) Propulsion: Geared turbines, twin screws, 30,400 shp (22,669 kW) Speed: 18 knots (21 mph; 33 km/h) Capacity: 146,000 barrels Complement: 314 Armament: • 1 × 5 in (130 mm)/38 cal. gun • 4 × 3 in (76 mm)/50 cal. guns (4×1) • 4 × twin 40 mm AA guns • 4 × twin 20 mm AA guns USS Elokomin (AO-55) was a Cimarron-class fleet oiler acquired by the U.S. Navy during World War II. She served her country primarily in the Pacific Ocean Theatre of Operations, and provided petroleum products where needed to combat ships. Elokomin was launched 19 October 1943 by Bethlehem Sparrows Point Shipyard, Sparrows Point, Maryland, under a Maritime Commission contract (MC hull 721); sponsored by Mrs. C. M. Marcey; transferred to the Navy 30 January 1943; and commissioned 30 November 1943, Commander J. A. Ivaldi, USNR, in command. Contents 1 World War II Atlantic Ocean operations 2 Decommissioning 3 References 4 External links World War II Atlantic Ocean operations From January to August 1944 Elokomin was almost constantly at sea transporting fuel oil, diesel oil, and gasoline from Gulf ports to Norfolk, Virginia, New York, Argentia, Newfoundland, and Bermuda. On 2 September she sailed with a convoy for Oran, Algeria, refueling the convoy escorts during the passage and discharging fuel oil to the dock at Oran upon arrival. She reached Bermuda 14 October, and after discharging the remainder of her cargo, returned to Norfolk 4 days later. Two similar voyages were made to Casablanca after which she served as station tanker at Bermuda in March and April 1945. Elokomin returned to coastwise and Caribbean duty until the end of the war. She continued on active service and from her base at Norfolk, operated mainly along the east coast and on fleet exercises. She alternated this duty with U.S. 6th Fleet tours in the Mediterranean and North Atlantic Treaty Organization exercises in European waters through 1962. Decommissioning She was decommissioned and struck from the Naval Register on unknown dates. She was transferred to the Maritime Administration for lay up in the National Defense Reserve Fleet at another unknown date. Her final disposition was that she was scrapped in 1970. References This article includes text from the public domain Dictionary of American Naval Fighting Ships. The entry can be found here. External links NavSource Online: Service Ship Photo Archive - AO-55 Elokomin Wildenberg, Thomas (1996). Gray Steel and Black Oil: Fast Tankers and Replenishment at Sea in the U.S. Navy, 1912-1995. Annapolis, Maryland: Naval Institute Press. http://www.ibiblio.org/hyperwar/USN/GSBO/index.html. Retrieved 2009-04-28.  v · d · e Cimarron-class oilers (1939) Standard Cimarron · Neosho · Platte · Sabine · Salamonie · Kaskaskia · Chemung · Guadalupe · Cacapon · Caliente · Chikaskia · Elokomin · Aucilla · Marias · Manatee · Mississinewa · Nantahala · Severn · Taluga · Chipola · Tolovana · Allagash · Chukawan "Jumboized" group Ashtabula class Ashtabula · Caloosahatchee · Canisteo · Mispillion · Navasota · Passumpsic · Pawcatuck · Waccamaw Converted to escort carriers Sangamon class Sangamon  · Suwannee  · Chenango  · Santee List of auxiliaries of the United States Navy United States Navy oiler v · d · e Type T3-S2-A tankers Type T3-S2-A1 Allagash · Ashtabula · Aucilla · Cacapon · Caliente · Caloosahatchee · Canisteo · Chikaskia · Chipola · Chukawan · Cimarron · Elokomin · Esso Albany · Esso Annapolis · Esso Columbia · Esso New Orleans · Esso Raleigh · Esso Richmond · Esso Trenton · Manatee · Marias · Markay · Mississinewa · Nantahala · Neosho · Platte · Seakay · Severn · Taluga · Tolovana Type T3-S2-A3 Mispillion · Navasota · Passumpsic · Pawcatuck · Waccamaw