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'''USS ''Chiwaukum'' (AOG-26)''' was a [[Mettawee class gasoline tanker|''Mettawee''-class]] [[gasoline tanker]] acquired by the [[U.S. Navy]] for the dangerous task of transporting gasoline to warships in the fleet, and to remote Navy stations.
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'''USS ''Chiwaukum'' (AOG-26)''' was a [[Mettawee class gasoline tanker|''Mettawee''-class]] gasoline tanker acquired by the [[U.S. Navy]] for the dangerous task of transporting gasoline to warships in the fleet, and to remote Navy stations.
 
''Chiwaukum'' was launched 4 May 1944 by [[East Coast Shipyards]], Inc., Bayonne, New Jersey, under a Maritime Commission contract; sponsored by Mrs. A. H. Moore; acquired by the Navy and commissioned 25 July 1944, Lieutenant C. S. Hoag, [[USCGR]], in command.
   
 
==World War service==
''Chiwaukum'' was launched 4 May 1944 by [[East Coast Shipyards]], Inc., [[Bayonne, New Jersey]], under a [[Maritime Commission]] contract; sponsored by Mrs. A. H. Moore; acquired by the Navy and commissioned 25 July 1944, Lieutenant C. S. Hoag, [[USCGR]], in command.
 
   
 
Clearing Norfolk, Virginia, 23 September 1944, ''Chiwaukum'' sailed to load oil at Aruba, Netherlands West Indies, and reached Espiritu Santo, New Hebrides, 25 November.
== World War service ==
 
 
She stood out of Espiritu Santo 2 December for the New Guinea area where she operated as a gasoline tanker until 18 January 1945 when she reported for similar duty in the Philippines. Departing Samar, Philippine Islands, 12 December 1945, ''Chiwaukum'' arrived at San Francisco, California, 9 February. She remained there until 17 April when she put out for Norfolk, arriving 16 May.
 
==Post-war decommissioning==
   
 
''Chiwaukum'' was decommissioned 31 May 1946 and transferred to Turkey 10 May 1948 and renamed TCG ''Akpınar''. Final disposition: fate unknown.
Clearing Norfolk, Virginia, 23 September 1944, ''Chiwaukum'' sailed to load oil at [[Aruba]], [[Netherlands West Indies]], and reached [[Espiritu Santo]], [[New Hebrides]], 25 November.
 
   
 
==Military awards and honors==
She stood out of [[Espiritu Santo]] 2 December for the [[New Guinea]] area where she operated as a [[gasoline tanker]] until 18 January 1945 when she reported for similar duty in the [[Philippines]]. Departing [[Samar]], Philippine Islands, 12 December 1945, ''Chiwaukum'' arrived at San Francisco, California, 9 February. She remained there until 17 April when she put out for Norfolk, arriving 16 May.
 
 
== Post-war decommissioning ==
 
 
''Chiwaukum'' was decommissioned 31 May 1946 and transferred to [[Turkey]] 10 May 1948 and renamed TCG ''Akpınar''. Final disposition: fate unknown.
 
 
== Military awards and honors ==
 
   
 
''Chiwaukum’s'' crew was eligible for the following medals:
 
''Chiwaukum’s'' crew was eligible for the following medals:
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* [http://www.navsource.org/archives/09/20/2026.htm NavSource Online: Service Ship Photo Archive - AOG-26 Chiwaukum]
 
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USS Chiwaukum (AOG-26)
Career (US)
Ordered: as T1-M-A2 tanker hull,
MC hull 1523
Laid down: date unknown
Launched: 4 May 1944
Commissioned: 25 July 1944
Decommissioned: 31 May 1946
Struck: date unknown
Fate: transferred to Turkey, 10 May 1948
General characteristics
Displacement: 846 tons(lt) 2,270 tons(fl)
Length: 220 ft 6 in
Beam: 37 ft
Draught: 17 ft
Propulsion: Diesel direct drive, single screw, 720 hp
Speed: 10 knots (19 km/h)
Capacity: 1,228 long tons deadweight (DWT)
Complement: 62
Armament: one single 3"/50 dual purpose gun mount, two 40 mm guns, three single 20 mm gun mounts

USS Chiwaukum (AOG-26) was a Mettawee-class gasoline tanker acquired by the U.S. Navy for the dangerous task of transporting gasoline to warships in the fleet, and to remote Navy stations. Chiwaukum was launched 4 May 1944 by East Coast Shipyards, Inc., Bayonne, New Jersey, under a Maritime Commission contract; sponsored by Mrs. A. H. Moore; acquired by the Navy and commissioned 25 July 1944, Lieutenant C. S. Hoag, USCGR, in command.

World War service[edit | edit source]

Clearing Norfolk, Virginia, 23 September 1944, Chiwaukum sailed to load oil at Aruba, Netherlands West Indies, and reached Espiritu Santo, New Hebrides, 25 November. She stood out of Espiritu Santo 2 December for the New Guinea area where she operated as a gasoline tanker until 18 January 1945 when she reported for similar duty in the Philippines. Departing Samar, Philippine Islands, 12 December 1945, Chiwaukum arrived at San Francisco, California, 9 February. She remained there until 17 April when she put out for Norfolk, arriving 16 May.

Post-war decommissioning[edit | edit source]

Chiwaukum was decommissioned 31 May 1946 and transferred to Turkey 10 May 1948 and renamed TCG Akpınar. Final disposition: fate unknown.

Military awards and honors[edit | edit source]

Chiwaukum’s crew was eligible for the following medals:

References[edit | edit source]

This article incorporates text from the public domain Dictionary of American Naval Fighting Ships.

External links[edit | edit source]




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