Please add USS Aucilla (AO-56) to US Navy Ships WW II

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Please add this category to US Navy Ships WW II

[[Category: USS Aucilla (AO-56), United States Navy, World War II]]

USS Aucilla (AO-56) was a Cimarron-class fleet oiler. She was constructed for the United States Navy during World War II and her assignment was to provide liquids, such as fuel or water, to ships in the forward battle areas. She survived this dangerous task and returned home post-war with five battle stars to her credit. Aucilla was laid down on 25 May 1943 at Sparrows Point, Maryland, by the Bethlehem Steel Co. under a Maritime Commission contract (MC hull 722); launched on 20 November 1943; sponsored by Mrs. Hope Ridings Miller; and commissioned on 22 December 1943, Comdr. Cornelius M. Sullivan in command. Per Wikipedia

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