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Mission Buenaventura-class transport oiler
Mission Buenaventura
Mission Buenaventura
Class overview
Builders: Marinship, Sausalito, California
Operators:  United States Navy
Built: 1943–1945
In commission: 1944–1980
Completed: 27
General characteristics
Type: Type T2-SE-A2 tanker
Displacement: 5,532 short tons (5,019 t) (light)
21,800 short tons (19,777 t) (full)
Length: 524 ft (160 m)
Beam: 68 ft (21 m)
Draft: 30 ft (9.1 m)
Propulsion: Turbo-electric
10,000 hp (7,457 kW)
Single screw
Speed: 16.5 knots (30.6 km/h; 19.0 mph)
Complement: 52
Armament: None

The Mission Buenaventura class was a class of transport oilers in World War II. Each of the ships was named after a mission or settlement along the El Camino Real in California, the sole exception being Mission Loreto, named for a settlement in Baja California Sur. When Mission Santa Ynez was scrapped in 2010 she was the last of the over 500 T2 tankers built during the war. The following ships were Mission Buenaventura class oilers:

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