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SS Norjerv "West Islip" was built in 1919 for the United States Shipping Board. She was launched on 24 June, and the United States Official Number 218782 was allocated. She was in service by October, arriving at Shanghai, China on 20 October from Seattle. In 1928, she was sold to the Oceanic & Oriental Steam Navigation Co, San Francisco, California and was renamed "Golden Rod". The Code Letters LSNC were allocated and her port of registry was San Francisco. On 6 February 1931, "Golden Rod" ran aground at the mouth of the Fraser River, British Columbia, Canada. She was refloated the next day and sailed to Seattle.
SS Norjerv "Indianan" was renamed "Empire Eagle". The MoS became the MoWT later that year. The United Kingdom Official Number 167583 and Code Letters GLJC were allocated. She was placed under the management of Runciman (London) Ltd and her port of registry was changed to London. She was assessed as , . "Empire Eagle" was a member of Convoy OB 186, which departed from Liverpool on 20 July and dispersed at sea on 22 July. Her destination was Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, where she arrived on 8 August. She departed a week later and sailed to Sydney, Cape Breton, Nova Scotia, where she arrived on 20 August. "Empire Eagle" departed on 25 August as a member of Convoy SC 2, which arrived at Liverpool on 10 September. She was carrying a cargo of scrap iron and steel, bound for Barrow in Furness, Lancashire, which was reached by detaching from the convoy and sailing to the Clyde, where she arrived on 10 September. She sailed for Barrow-in-Furness two days later, arriving on 15 September.
SS Norjerv "Norjerv" departed from Hull on 11 October to join Convoy FN 836, which had departed from Southend that day and arrived at Methil two days later. She then joined Convoy EN 150, which departed on 14 October and arrived at Loch Ewe on 17 October. She sailed on to Oban, arriving on 18 October and departing that day to join Convoy ON 140, which departed from Liverpool on 17 October and arrived at New York on 7 November. She departed the next day for Baltimore, where she arrived on 9 November. "Norjerv" departed on 17 November for Philadelphia, arriving that day and departing on 20 November for New York, where she arrived that day. Laden with general cargo, she then joined Convoy SC 111, which departed on 25 November and arrived at Liverpool on 17 December. She left the convoy and put into Halifax, arriving on 30 November and departing on 6 December to join Convoy SC112, which had departed from New York on 4 December and arrived at Liverpool on 25 December. She left the convoy at Loch Ewe and joined Convoy WN 376, which arrived at Methil on 27 December, sailing three days later with Convoy FS 1000, which arrived at Southend on 2 January 1943.
SS Norjerv The ship was long, with a beam of . She had a depth of , and a draught of . As built, she was assessed at , .
SS Norjerv "Empire Eagle" departed from Southend on 16 January 1941 as a member of Convoy FN 385, which arrived at Methil on 18 January. She then joined Convoy EN 69/1, which departed on 9 February and arrived at Oban, Argyllshire on 13 February. She detached from the convoy and sailed to Loch Ewe, arriving on 13 February, then sailing to New York, where she arrived on 3 March. She departed on 21 March for Halifax, arriving on 24 March. She then joined Convoy HX 117, which departed on 27 March and arrived at Liverpool on 15 April. "Empire Eagle" was carrying general cargo and steel, bound for London. During the voyage, she made excessive smoke at times, the cause of which was stated to be the low quality of the coal she was burning. She arrived at Loch Ewe on 13 April and then joined Convoy WN 114, which had departed from the Clyde that day and arrived at Methil on 16 April. She then joined Convoy FS 466, which departed on 17 April and arrived at Southend on 19 April.
SS Norjerv "Norjerv" was a member of Convoy OS 53 km, which departed from Liverpool on 8 August and separated at sea on 17 August to form convoys OS 53 and KMS 23. The latter convoy arrived at Gibraltar on 18 August. "Norjerv" was in the part of the convoy that formed OS 53 and arrived at Freetown, Sierra Leone on 27 August. She was carrying a cargo of chemicals bound for Buenos Aires, Argentina. Her armament consisted of a 4-inch or 4.7-inch gun, a 12-pounder gun and four Oerlikon guns. She arrived at Buenos Aires on 12 September, sailing a week later for Montevideo, Uruguay, where she arrived on 20 September. The next day, "Norjerv" departed for Freetown, arriving on 11 October. She departed on 13 October with Convoy SL 138, which rendezvoused with Convoy MKS 28 on 24 October. That convoy had departed from Gibraltar on 23 October and the combined convoys arrived at Liverpool on 5 November. She was bound for Gibraltar, where she arrived on 25 October. "Norjerv" then joined Convoy KMS 30, which departed on 31 October and arrived at Port Said, Egypt on 11 November. She left the convoy at Alexandria, on 11 November. She departed on 20 November for Port Said, arriving the next day and then sailing to Suez, from where she departed on 24 November for Aden, arriving on 30 November. "Norjerv" was a member of Convoy AKD 8, which departed on 3 December and arrived at Durban, South Africa on 19 December. She left the convoy at Lourenço Marques, Mozambique on 16 December.
SS Norjerv In 1935, "Golden Rod" was sold to the Williams Steamship Co Inc, New York and renamed "Willhilo". In 1937, "Willhilo" was sold to the American-Hawaiian Steamship Co and was renamed "Indianan". The Code Letters KIKX were allocated and her port of registry was New York.
SS Norjerv On 14 April, "Empire Eagle" was transferred to the Norwegian Government and renamed "Norjerv". The Code Letters LNAJ were allocated and her port of registry was changed to Oslo. She was placed under the management of Nortraship. She had a crew of 37, of whom seven were British. On or about 23 April, she joined Convoy FN 688, which had departed from Southend on 22 April and arrived at Methil on 25 April. She then joined Convoy EN 76, which departed that day and arrived at Oban on 27 April. She left the convoy at Loch Ewe that day and sailed to Liverpool, arriving on 28 April. "Norjerv" then joined Convoy ON 90, which departed that day and arrived at Halifax on 15 May. She departed that day with Convoy XB 20, which arrived at Boston, Massachusetts on 17 May. "Norjerv" left the convoy at the Cape Cod Canal and sailed to New York, arriving on 18 May and departing two days later for Philadelphia, where she arrived on 21 May. She departed on 2 June for New York, arriving later that day and then sailing to the Cape Cod Canal, joining Convoy BX 23B, which departed from Boston on 8 June and arrived at Halifax on 10 June. She then joined Convoy HS 13, which departed the next day and arrived at Sydney on 18 June. "Norjerv" was due to have joined Convoy SC 87, which departed from Sydney on 12 June and arrived at Liverpool on 27 June, but did not arrive at Sydney until after the convoy had sailed. She joined Convoy SC 88, which departed on 19 June and arrived at Liverpool on 4 July. She was carrying a cargo of cotton and steel.
SS Norjerv "Norjerv" was a member of Convoy ON 112, which departed from Liverpool on 13 July and arrived at Cape Cod on 30 July. Her destination was New York, where she arrived on 1 August, sailing later that day for Baltimore, arriving on 4 August. She departed on 20 August for New York, arriving on 26 August and sailing four days later for Cape Cod, from where she joined Convoy BX 36, which departed from Boston on 2 September and arrived at Halifax two days later. "Norjerv" was a member of Convoy SC 99, which departed on 5 September and arrived at Liverpool on 20 September. She was carrying a cargo of steel. She left the convoy at Loch Ewe on 20 September and joined Convoy WN 339, which sailed the next day and arrived at Methil on 23 September. She then joined Convoy FS916, which departed on 24 September and arrived at Southend two days later. She left the convoy at Hull on 25 September.
SS Norjerv "Norjerv" departed on 17 May to join Convoy ONS 8, which had departed from Liverpool that day and arrived at Halifax on 1 June. She then joined Convoy XB 56, which arrived at Boston on 3 June. She left the convoy at the Cape Cod Canal and sailed to New York, arriving on 4 June, departing the next day for the Hampton Roads, where she arrived on 7 June. "Norjerv" departed from the Hampton Roads on 20 June for New York, arriving the next day and departing the day after that for Boston, from where she departed on 30 June as a member of Convoy BX 60. She arrived at Halifax on 2 July. "Norjerv" was a member of Convoy SC 136, which departed from Halifax on 8 July and arrived at Liverpool on 23 July. She was carrying a cargo of ammunition and steel.