The T2 tanker design was first adapted from S.S. Mobilfuel and S.S. Mobilube, built for the Socony-Vacuum Company (later to become Mobile Oil). They were 501 feet six inches long overall, with a beam of 68 feet. They were rated at 9,900 tons gross, and a deadweight tonnage of 15,850 tons. They displaced about 21,100 tons. Six of these ships were built by Bethlehem-Sparrows Point Shipyard in Maryland.
|Corsicana (I)||8/41||4353||142||Renamed KENNEBEC (AO 36), 1942. Laid up in Suisun Bay, 1970.|
|Caddo (I)||10/41||4354||143||Renamed MERRIMACK (AO 37), 1942. Stricken, December, 1958.|
|Calusa (I)||1/42||4355||144||Renamed WINOOSKI (AO 38), 1942. Renamed Calusa, 1946; Samuel L. Fuller, 1947; Seanymph, 1963; Meracoulosa, 1964. Scrapped, Kaohsiung, September, 1965.|
|Catwaba||2/42||4356||145||Renamed NEOSHO (II) (AO 48), 1942. Renamed Catawba, 1946; Tascalusa, 1947; Ascalusa, 1963. Scrapped Hamburg, February, 1964.|
|Colina (I)||3/42||4358||146||Completed as KANKAKEE (AO 39). November, 1968, laid up in James River.|
|Conastoga (I)||6/42||4359||147||Completed as LACKAWANNA (AO 40). Renamed Conastoga, 1946; Tatarrax, 1947; Thomas A., 1962; Padre Island, 1965. Scrapped Vinaroz, Spain, January, 1967.|
Created by A. Davis Whittaker, Jr.