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SAN DIEGO (July 17, 2021) Ship’s sponsor Alfre Woodard Spencer christens the future USNS John Lewis (T-AO 205) during a christening ceremony in San Diego for the Navy’s first John Lewis-class replenishment oiler. The 742-foot-long ship, named in honor of the late politician and civil rights leader, will join the Military Sealift Command as part of the Navy’s Combat Logistics Force. Named for prominent civil rights leaders and activists, John Lewis-class oilers will transfer fuel to U.S. Navy carrier strike group ships operating at sea, the oilers will feature the capacity to carry 157,000 barrels of oil, a significant dry cargo capacity, aviation capability and up to a speed of 20 knots. (Photo courtesy General Dynamics NASSCO)

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