|Ship Class||Casablanca-class Escort Carrier|
|Displacement||7,800 tons standard|
|Machinery||2 Skinner uniflow engines with two screws|
|Power Output||9,000 SHP|
|Armament||1x5-in Anti-aircraft, 8x40mm, 12x20mm|
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Nehenta Bay Operational Timeline
|20 Jul 1943Â||The keel of US escort carrier Nehenta Bay was laid down.|
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