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 Sotoyomo Class Auxiliary Fleet Tug
*Planned and authorized as Rescue Ocean Tug ATR-120
Auxiliary Fleet Tug ATA-193, 15 May 1944
*Laid down, 26 October 1944 a Levingston Shipbuilding Co., Orange, TX.
*Launched, 24 November 1944
*Commissioned, USS ATA-193, 1 February 1945 LT. Allen Oliver in command
*Decommissioned, 1 September 1946, at Orange, TX
*Laid up in the Atlantic Reserve Fleet, Orange,TX
*Named USS Stallion (ATA-193), 16 July 1948
*Recommissioned, 19 July 1948
*Decommissioned in October 1969, at Norfolk, VA
*Laid up in the Atlantic Reserve Fleet, James River, Fort Eustis, VA
*Custody transferred to the Maritime Administration (MARAD), 3 December 1970, for lay up in the
National Defense Reserve Fleet, James River, Fort Eustis, VA
*Permanent transfer to MARAD, 1 September 1971
*Transferred to the US Navy, 30 October 1980, for permanent transfer to the Dominican Republic
under the Security Assistance program and renamed Enriquill0(RM-22)
*Struck from the Naval Register, 10 June 1997
*Current Disposition, active in the Dominican Republic Navy
Displacement: 610 t..(lt) 830 t.(lt)
Length: 143'
Beam: 33'
Draft: 15'
Speed: 12.5 kts
Comlement: 45
Armament: one single 3"/50 dual purpose gun mount
                    two twin 30mm AA gun mounts
Propulsion: two GM 12-278A diesel electric engines, single screw, 1,500 SHP

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