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Doyen



She was acquired by the Navy 20 April 1943 and converted at Bethlehem Steel Company and commissioned 22 May 1943, Commander P F. Dugan in command.
Doyen was decommissioned 22 March 1946, and transferred to the Maritime Commission for disposal 26 June 1946. Doyen was transferred to the Massachusetts Maritime Academy and in 1957 and christened USTS Bay State. She was used as a training ship until 1972, after which she was sold for scrapping.

Launched: 9 July 1942
Hull N?: 181
Displacement: 4351 tons
Dimensions: 411.5ft x 56ft x 34ft
Propulsion: twin greared turbines 8800hp
Speed: 19 knots
Shipyard: Consolidated Steel Corporation, Ltd., Wilmington CA

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Feland



She was commissioned 21 June 1943, Captain C. A. Mission in command. There Feland was decommissioned 15 March 1946 and scrapped in 1964.

Launched: 10 November 1942
Hull N?: 182
Displacement: 4351 tons
Dimensions: 411.5ft x 56ft x 34ft
Propulsion: twin greared turbines 8800hp
Speed: 19 knots
Shipyard: Consolidated Steel Corporation, Ltd., Wilmington CA

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