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[[w:Quintiliano|'''Marcus Fabius Quintilianus''']] (Calahorra, circa 35 - Roma, circa 95), retórico y pedagogo hispanorromano.
# Gasoline Tanker: Laid down, 24 February 1945, as MV Tarland, a Maritime Commission type (T1-M-BT2) tanker hull, under Maritime Commission contract (MC hull 2640), at Todd Shipbuilding, Houston, TX.
# Launched, as Rincon, 5 June 1945
# Delivered to the Maritime Commission, 5 October 1945 and chartered for operations
# Acquired by the Navy and assigned to Military Sea Transportation Service (MSTS), 1 July 1950 for operations
# Placed in service as USNS Rincon (T-AOG-77), 1 July 1950
# During the Korean War Rincon participated in the following campaigns:
Korean War Campaigns Campaign and Dates Campaign and Dates
Second Korean Winter
19 September to 25 October 1951
2 January to 30 April 1952 Korean Defense Summer-Fall 1952
1 to 10 May 1952[[Imagen:pope.jpg]]
# Placed out of service, circa 1976
== Citas ==
# Transferred to the Maritime Administration (MARAD) for lay up in the National Defense Reserve Fleet
# Transferred, (loaned) to South Korea, under terms of the Security Assistance Program, 21 February 1982, renamed ROKS Soyang (AOE-55)
* "El que parece sabio entre los tontos, parece tonto entre los sabios."
# Struck from the Naval Register, 23 October 1998
* "La conciencia vale por mil testigos."
# Final Disposition, scrapped, circa 2000
* "Lo que no ayuda, estorba." ''(Obstat quidquid non adjuvat.)''
# Rincon earned two battle stars for Korean War service
* "No muchas cosas, sino mucho."
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