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USNS Cohocton (T-AO-101) launching, 28 June 1945, at Marinship, Sausalito, CA.
( Photo thanks to Mike Green )
 USNS Cohocton (T-AO-101) anchored at Tsingtao, China, sometime between 10 January 1946 and 21 April 1946.
( Photo thanks to Randy Bales )
"USNS Cohocton (T-AO-101)".
USNS Cohocton (T-AO-101) underway, date and location unknown.
( US Navy photo from the collections of the US Navy Memorial. )
"Transoneida", ex. "USNS Cohocton (T-AO-101)".
( Photo Copyright Marc Piche )
"Transoneida", ex. "USNS Cohocton (T-AO-101)".
 "Transoneida", ex. "Cohocton", in Apra, Guam, March 19th, 1978.
(Photo George R. Schneider)

History :
Built by Marinship Co., Sausalito, California
Yardnumber 88. UMSC No. 2697. Off. nr. 248851.
Keel laid 09-04-1945. Launched 28-06-1945. Completed 25-08-1945. Gr. 10388 t., Net. 4446 t., Dw. 9692 t. L.o.a. 159,57 m., Br. 20,78 m., Dr. 9,20 m. Engine: 2 steam turbines, manufactured by Eliott & Company, Jeanette, Pennsylvania. 7240 B.h.p., 5401 kW. Speed 15 knots. 26 Tanks.
Launched as COHOCTON-1945.
COHOCTON-1945 Completed for United States Navy, San Francisco, California, USA.
COHOCTON-1945. Acquired by the US Navy and commissioned USS Cohocton (AO-101), 25 August.
AO-101 COHOCTON-1946 Decommissioned, 14 June .
AO-101 COHOCTON-1946 Struck from the Naval Register, Transferred to the Maritime Commission, (date unknown), for lay up in the National Defense Reserve Fleet;
AO-101 COHOCTON-1949 Reacquired by the Navy and operated by a civilian company under contract to the Navy Transportation Service;
Reassigned to MSTS, 1 October.
T-AO-101 COHOCTON-1967 for United States Navy, Department of Commerce, San Francisco, California, USA.
T-AO-101 COHOCTON-1967 Placed Out-of-service, Struck from the Naval Register, (date unknown);
COHOCTON-1967 Transferred to MARAD for lay up in the National Defense Reserve Fleet,
TRANSONEIDA-1967 for Hudson Waterways Corporation, New York, USA.
TRANSONEIDA-1971 for C.I.T. Leasing Corporation, New York, USA.
PACIFIC ECONOMY-1980 for American Pacific Container Line, San Francisco, California, USA.
Additional Reports :
Reported Transoneida converted into container ship in 1969, by Newport News SB. & DD. Co., Newport News, 7666 grt / 9692 dwt.
Reported Pacific Economy sold to ship-breakers in Taiwan. Arrived Kaohsiung 7 Nov. 1980 to be broken up. [ By Keun Hwa Iron & Steel Works ]

MARAD Status Card.