TRIUMPH (T-AGOS-4)


TRIUMPH (T-AGOS-4)
Year Built
1984
Official Number
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Ship Yard
Tacoma Boat
General Type
Military (Non Commercial)
Specific Type
Research /Survey Vessel
Ship Length
224.0 feet
Beam
43.00 feet
Mast Height
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Net Tons
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Gross Tons
2239 tons
Cargo Capacity
--
Draft, Summer
--
Draft, Lightweight
--
Displacement, Summer
2285 tons
Displacement, Lightweight
1568 tons
Immersion, Summer
--
Immersion, Lightweight
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Historical Narrative



Triumph is a Stalwart- class ocean surveillance ship.  Launched by the Navy in 1984, the Navy’s Military Sealift Command operated Triumph during the latter years of the Cold War. 

The vessel was removed from service and anchored under a reimbursable custody agreement at the Suisun Bay Reserve Fleet from 1994 until 1995 and then from 1996 until October 2009.  At that time, the Navy transferred the vessel to the Maritime Administration. 

Triumph
is currently in the National Defense Reserve Fleet retention program, logistic support status, as a source of major equipment spares for the training ships General Rudder and State of Michigan, which are also former Stalwart-class vessels.
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Milestones


Event: Entry
Date: 6/20/1994

Entered Suisun Bay Reserve Fleet as US Navy asset
Event: Withdrawl
Date: 4/7/1995

Returned to US Navy custody
Event: Entry
Date: 2/9/1996

Re-entered Suisun Bay Reserve Fleet as US Navy asset
Event: Acquisition
Date: 10/1/2009

Title transferred from Navy to MARAD.

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