Last Liberty Ship Departs James River Reserve Fleet

Wednesday, July 09, 2008

The Arthur M. Huddell  was towed from the James River Reserve Fleet on July 8. It will be the 72nd  ship to depart the site since January of 2001.  The Huddell is the last of the ships in the National Defense Reserve Fleet

The Huddell is being towed to the W3 Marine facility in , where preparations will be made to transfer it to .  Greek authorities plan to make it into a museum.

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