She was decommissioned at an unknown date and struck from the Navy List on 1 April 1975. She was returned to the U.S. Maritime Commission on 17 July 1975. Her subsequent fate is not recorded.
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Decommissioning is a general term for a formal process to remove something from active status. Specific instances include:
- Decommissioned highway
- Greenfield status of former industrial sites
- Nuclear decommissioning of power plants
- Decommissioning in Northern Ireland of paramilitary weapons
- Demobilization of soldiers
- Ship-Submarine Recycling Program for U.S. nuclear vessels
- Ship decommissioning
... She has been laid up in Halifax Harbour in at least three locations since, including Karlsens Wharf in Halifax, Woodside Atlantic Wharf in Dartmouth, and the Dartmouth Marine Slips ... Apparently she is for sale, and may not be traveling to Italy for conversion to a mega-yacht, which was the fate of her sistership Simon Fraser, decommissioned 2001 ...
... The experience in decommissioning this plant is expected to be of use in the future when more Japanese plants are decommissioned ... operations cease March 2001 last of the nuclear fuel moved off-site October 4, 2001 decommissioning plan announced December 2001 decommissioning begins, spent fuel ...
... In the UK the Nuclear Decommissioning Authority has increased the overall cost for decommissioning all its nuclear facilities from £57 billion in 2005 to £73 billion in 2008, according to the ... ensuring that it is safe is cited as an unknown cost by critics, claiming that decommissioning costs can massively increase the overall cost of nuclear energy ...
... Decommissioning in Northern Ireland was a process in the Belfast Agreement as part of the Northern Ireland peace process ... The concern about decommissioning was a defining issue in the effort to negotiate a peace in Northern Ireland ...