Navy Cargo / Fleet Logistics Ships
All facets of modern warfare require the logistical support provided by the cargo vessel.There are a total of 18 Navy Cargo / Fleet Logistics Ships in the Military Factory. Entries are listed below in alphanumeric order (1-to-Z). Flag images indicative of country of origin and not necessarily the primary operator.
Commissioned in 1938, Barbarigo fared better than her sister boats in World War 2 but her luck ran out on June 16th...
The Carrack proved a popular sailing vessel for her rugged long range qualities in volatile open seas....
HMS Engadine was converted from a cross-Channel ferry to serve as a seaplane tender during World War 1....
HMS Warrior was constructed for the British Royal Navy in response to growing French power on the high seas....
The Iranian Kharg 431 Replenishment Ship was born in the 1970s from an original British Royal Navy design....
Liberty Ships such as the SS John W Brown were critical to Allied victory in World War 2....
Logistical support, as brought about through ships like the USAV Bessen, have always served as the backbone to any ...
USS Alamance served as an attack cargo ship during World War 2 - decommissioned in 1946 and serving in merchant lif...
The 30-gun USS Alfred man-of-war began life as the merchantman Black Prince in 1774....
USS Bali freighter originated in The Netherlands, was commandeered by the United States during World War 1 and was ...
John Paul Jones used USS Bonhomme Richard to claim the first American victory at sea against the British....
Vessels such as the USS Flint are often overlooked for their value - charged with resupply of at-sea warships on ac...
A lengthy war record during World War 2 could not save the storied USS Harris attack transport in the end....
Unheralded logistical ships like the USCG USS Serpens helped to win the war effort in the Pacific Theater....
USS Vermont was laid down in 1816 but not launched until 1848 and not commissioned until 1862 - in time to particip...