USS Stalwert (T-AGOS 1) Ocean Surveillance Ship

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USS Stalwert (T-AGOS 1) Ocean Surveillance Ship (Birds Eye)
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By kjfitz @ 2006-04-01 20:36:07
Ocean surveillance ships have a single mission to gather underwater acoustical data. The T-AGOS ships operate to support the anti-submarine warfare mission of the Commanders in chief of the Atlantic and Pacific Fleets. The ships are operated and maintained by civilian contractors.
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@ 2006-04-01 22:09:37
Anyone know what the ship to the south of this one is? It looks like a survey ship and has the number 512(?) on it.