MGen. Nathanael Greene-class large coastal tugs

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MGen. Nathanael Greene class
USAV Major General Henry Knox.JPG
USAV MG Henry Knox (LT-802) assigned to the 467th Transportation Company in Tacoma, Washington.
Class overview
  • Robert E. Derecktor Shipyard (LT-801–LT-803)[1]
  • VT Halter Marine, Inc.
Operators:  United States Army
In commission: 1994–present
Planned: 13[1]
Completed: 6
Cancelled: 7
Active: 6
General characteristics
Type: Large tug
Displacement: 924 long tons (939 t)
Length: 128 ft (39 m)
Beam: 36 ft (11 m)
Draft: 16 ft (4.9 m)
Propulsion: 2 diesels, 2 shafts, 2,550 bhp (1,900 kW)
Speed: 12 knots (22 km/h; 14 mph)
Complement: 24

The MGen. Nathanael Greene-class large coastal tugs are powered watercraft in the United States Army. They are a class of large tugs built for US Army service, primarily intended to assist in docking of transports.[2]


  • USAV MGen Nathanael Greene (LT-801)
  • USAV MGen Henry Knox (LT-802)
  • USAV MGen Anthony Wayne (LT-803)
  • USAV BGen Zebulon Pike (LT-804)
  • USAV MG Winfield Scott (LT-805)
  • USAV COL Seth Warner (LT-806)
  • USAV SgM John Champe (LT-807) (planned, never built)[1]
  • USAV MGen Jacob Brown (LT-808) (planned, never built)[1]


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