January 2005
Sea Power;Jan2005, Vol. 48 Issue 1, p41
The article presents a list covering changes in the status of ships of the U.S. Navy, Coast Guard and National Oceanographic and Atmospheric Administration for calendar year 2004. The numerous reactivations and inactivations of ships of the Ready Reserve Force and Military Sealift Command for logistics requirements are not included. Disposal notes for many former Navy ships are included. The article informs about the aircraft carrier Oriskany CV 34 that it was announced April 5 the ship will be transferred to the state of Florida to be sunk as an artificial reef off Pensacola, Florida.


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