Originally commissioned in December 1944, Block Island had served in the Pacific, was station ship at the Naval Academy in Annapolis from 1946 to 1950, and was employed as an aircraft transport in the Korean War.
What does STASHIP stand for?
STASHIP stands for Station Ship
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The fifth color station ships as opaque white but can be used to add spot color, special toner for security applications, as well as MICR toner.
There have been other, perhaps less evident, developments in the North Atlantic area; for example the role of meteorology has changed, and the fleet of North Atlantic Ocean Station ships has disbanded--replaced by other technologies including satellite weather surveillance.
In New York, the Oyster Bar at Grand Central Station ships in 25 different kinds of oysters fresh each day.
The T-AKE ships will provide logistic lift from supply sources either in port or at sea and will transfer cargo that includes ammunition, food, fuel, repair parts, and expendable supplies and material to station ships and other naval forces at sea.