ARA Santa Cruz: la alternativa para recomponer la Fuerza de Submarinos
El ARA Santa Cruz lejos de ser la mejor opción para la fuerza de submarinos
ARA Santa Cruz was an auxiliary ship of the Argentine Navy, built in the Fairfield Shipbuilding & Engineering Shipyard, Govan, Scotland, in 1921. She was transferred to the YPF tanker fleet after arrival in Argentina, and remained in YPF service until decommissioned and scrapped in 1948. The vessel was named after the Argentine province of Santa Cruz, and is the ninth Argentine naval ship with this name.
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