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USS Los Alamos (AFDB-7): Holy Loch


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Holy Loch

Converted for use by submarines, she had the following characteristics:
  • Displacement:
  • Length:
  • Draft: light, submerged
  • Complement: 143
  • Armament: none

On 5 December 1994 Los Alamos was decommissioned and stricken from the Naval Vessel Register. Disassembled into sections and returned to the United States, the remaining six original ABSD-7 sections "A", "B", "C", "D", "E" and "G" were transferred to the Brownsville Navigation District, Texas on 11 August 1995. Currently in use as Solomon Ortiz Dry Dock at Keppel AmFELS Shipyard, Brownsville, Texas.


  • - AFDB-7 Sections A–E & G, AFDB7 Section F
  • - YFP-14

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