Category:United States Navy gasoline tankers

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United States Navy gasoline tankers came into use after the demise of the coal-carrying collier, which provided coal for ship's engines. With the advent of gasoline motors and warships with aircraft which required gasoline, the gasoline tanker was created as a class.


This article includes text from the public domain Dictionary of American Naval Fighting Ships.


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