- Class: Fulton - 7 submarine tenders of 1937
- Displacement: 9,734 tons
- Dimensions: 520(wl) 530(oa) x 73 x 23 ft.
- Machinery: 2-shaft Diesel-electric, S.H.P. 11,800 = 18 knots
- Armament: 4-5"/38, 16-1.1in AA guns
- Complement: 1300
- Builder: Mare Island Navy Yard, Vallejo, California
- Laid down: 1 Feb 1941
- Launched: 17 Dec 1941
- Commissioned: 1 May 1942
- Decommissioned: 30 Sep 1982
- Notes: After shakedown, reported to Pearl Harbor 2 Aug 1942. Stayed at Oahu for three months, then moved to Brisbane, Australia in Nov. Returned to Oahu in Jan 1943, then moved to Midway in Jun. During 5 months there, she serviced 70
submarines. Returned to Pearl Harbor in Nov 1943 and stayed until Mar 1944, when she redeployed to Majuro until Sep. Moved to Guam in Oct 1944 and stayed until Feb 1945, when she returned to the United States via Pearl for her own overhaul. In May 1945 she returned westward to Pearl, and then to the Marianas in July, where she remained until Jan 1946. She remained in active service postwar, operating mostly out of San Diego. In 1961 she was given a FRAM overhaul which gave her the capability to service ballistic missile submarines. She remained in service for another 20 years until 1982. Transferred to the Maritime Administration, she is still afloat on hold as a possible museum ship.