|Ordered:||30 November 1965|
|Laid down:||27 November 1967|
|Launched:||2 November 1968|
|In Service:||12 March 1988|
|Displacement:||31,500 long tons|
|Length:||668 ft 7 in|
|Beam:||76 ft 1 in|
|Draught:||33 ft 6 in|
|Complement:||9 civilian during Reduced Operating Status|
32 civilian during Full Operating Status
|Time to Activate:||5 days|
SS Cornhusker State (T-ACS-6) is a crane ship in ready reserve for the United States Navy. She is stationed at Cheatham Annex in Williamsburg, Virginia and is in ready reserve under the Military Sealift Command. The ship was named for the state of Nebraska, which is also known as the Cornhusker State.
The ship was built by the Bath Iron Works. Her keel was laid on 27 November 1967, launched on 2 November 1968, and delivered 20 June 1969 as CV Stag Hound (MA 207).
Stag Hound was acquired by the US Navy from the Maritime Administration in 1986 and was converted throughout 1987. She re-entered service as Cornhusker State on 12 March 1988, and has been in ready reserve since 1993.
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