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U.S. NAVY 4th FLEET IN RECIFE - 162 SHIPS

6)AK 46 PLEIADES



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Displacement: 8,185 t.


Length: 383'2"


Beam: 50'11"


Draft: 23'


Speed: 12 k.


Complement: 42.


Armament: 2, 3"


Steaming south, 25 July 1943, Pleiades spent August, September, and October on a Brazilian run, then, in mid-November returned to the North Atlantic to ply those waters again until June 1944. Converted to a general stores issue vessel, she joined Service Force, Atlantic, 3 July, and three weeks later departed Lynn haven Roads for the Mediterranean.


Following alterations, Pleiades steamed to Bayonne, N.J., to load cargo for Brazil. She completed that Belem-Recife-Bahia run at New York, 12 January 1945; underwent repairs; and then commenced a series of sugar runs to the Caribbean which continued until after the end of World War II.


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