USS Eurana (SP-1594) was a cargo ship in the United States Navy during World War I. She was later named Alamar. Eurana was built in 1916 by the Union Iron Works (later called Bethlehem Shipbuilding, owned by Bethlehem Steel) in San Francisco, California. The time period of construction was from 1 January 1916 to 31 December 1916. She was issued the hull number 120, and released to her new owner, the American South African Line, as a passenger freighter.The U.S. Navy acquired the Eurana on 13 September 1918, commissioning it the same day, with the command going to Lieutenant Commander J. Foster, USNRF. She operated for the Navy under the name USN Eurana, with the Hull # SP 1594, as a Section Patrol Craft. From 4 October 1918 to 14 September 1919, she made 4 voyages from east coast ports to

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  • USS Eurana (SP-1594) was a cargo ship in the United States Navy during World War I. She was later named Alamar. Eurana was built in 1916 by the Union Iron Works (later called Bethlehem Shipbuilding, owned by Bethlehem Steel) in San Francisco, California. The time period of construction was from 1 January 1916 to 31 December 1916. She was issued the hull number 120, and released to her new owner, the American South African Line, as a passenger freighter.The U.S. Navy acquired the Eurana on 13 September 1918, commissioning it the same day, with the command going to Lieutenant Commander J. Foster, USNRF. She operated for the Navy under the name USN Eurana, with the Hull # SP 1594, as a Section Patrol Craft. From 4 October 1918 to 14 September 1919, she made 4 voyages from east coast ports to carry passengers and cargo for the Army Expeditionary Force and the Army of Occupation to La Pallice, Verdon, Bordeaux, St. Nazaire, and Brest, France. She was present in Brest on 29 June 1919 to honor President Woodrow Wilson leaving France in the USS George Washington. Eurana was decommissioned from the US Navy on 9 October 1919 at Norfolk, and returned to the Army for transfer to her owner. (en)
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  • USS Eurana (SP-1594) was a cargo ship in the United States Navy during World War I. She was later named Alamar. Eurana was built in 1916 by the Union Iron Works (later called Bethlehem Shipbuilding, owned by Bethlehem Steel) in San Francisco, California. The time period of construction was from 1 January 1916 to 31 December 1916. She was issued the hull number 120, and released to her new owner, the American South African Line, as a passenger freighter.The U.S. Navy acquired the Eurana on 13 September 1918, commissioning it the same day, with the command going to Lieutenant Commander J. Foster, USNRF. She operated for the Navy under the name USN Eurana, with the Hull # SP 1594, as a Section Patrol Craft. From 4 October 1918 to 14 September 1919, she made 4 voyages from east coast ports to (en)
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