"SC" Vessels 

(Manned by Coast Guard crews, 1942-1946: SC-527; SC-528; SC-671; SC-688; SC-689; SC-704; SC-705)


Under an agreement  made between the Commandant of the Coast Guard and the Chief of Naval Operations, the Coast Guard agreed to supply officers and crewmen for seven SC-497 class warships beginning in May of 1942.   From mid-1941 up to that time, Coast Guard crews had served successfully on board Navy attack transports and with personnel to spare, it was an obvious choice to let the Coast Guard continue to assist in manning various ships of the ever increasing Navy fleet.  Their experience with escort of convoy duties made the Coast Guard crews a valuable addition to the Allied fleet and they readily took to all of the various types of ships utilized by the Navy, including the 110-foot submarine chasers, or SC.  

Note, however, that even with Coast Guard crews these SCs remained commissioned US Navy vessels. 


Specifications

SC-497 class

Displacement: 148 tons

Length: 110'

Beam 17'

Draft 6' 6"

Propulsion: two 880 hp General Motors 8-268A diesel engines, two shafts.

Top Speed 21 or 15.6 knots (Due to production problems, some of the SC-497 class were built with 1560-hp power-plants and a speed of 21 knots; others received an 800-hp installation which gave them a 15.6 knot speed).

Complement: 28 (3 officers, 25 enlisted)

Armament one single 3"/23 gun mount, two .50 cal. machine guns, two dcp "Y Gun," and two depth charge tracks; 


SC-527

She was laid down on 9 September 1941 by the Mathis Yacht Building Co., Camden, New Jersey.  She was launched on 21 January 1942 and commissioned USS SC-527 on 11 May 1942.  Her Coast Guard crew reported aboard on 28 May 1942.  She was apparently assigned to duty with the Greenland Patrol and was homeported in Boston, Massachusetts. 

Her Record of Movements card indicates that by early 1944 she was still based in Boston and as of 8 April 1944 she was patrolling in Greenland waters (Arluck Fjord).  On 14 August 1944 she was reported as "avail" through 26 August 1944.  On 11 September 1944 she was at Little Creek, Virginia, where she apparently remained until 26 December 1944 when she was transferred to the 7th Fleet.  She arrived at Miami, Florida on 29 December 1944 and departed on 12 January 1945.  On 18 January 1945 she was at the Canal Zone and arrived at Pearl Harbor on 16 February 1945.  On 25 March 1945 she was at Eniwetok; Leyte on 23 April 1945; Manila on 28 May 1945 and ended up at Samar at an unknown date.

She was decommissioned at Samar on 15 February 1946 and her Coast Guard crew was removed on 7 March 1946.  She was struck from the Naval Register on 26 February 1946 and transferred to the Foreign Liquidation Commission. Fate unknown.

Her commanding officers were (list incomplete): LTJG John R. Rogers; LTJG Frank Cuetborick; LTJG Charles C. Sears (3 Dec 1945 - 7 March 1946).

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SC-527's Official Coast Guard History

TO SYDNEY

From 19 to 22 July, 1942, the SC-527 was undergoing repairs at the Boston Navy Yard.  On the 24th she departed Boston, escorting four trawlers for Casco Bay.  Departing Casco Bay on July 31st she arrived at Sydney, August 14, 1942.

GREENLAND PATROL

On August 5, 1942, the SC-527 and SC-528 were escorts of convoy SG-4 consisting of four merchant vessels and five other escorts which left Sydney, N. S., anchoring at Bluie West One, Greenland on the 10th.  On the 12th the SC-527 proceeded to the assistance of the wrecked army schooner ARMSTRONG, returning to BW #1 August 15, 1942.  She escorted a vessel convoy to Kungnat Bay on the 22nd and on the 27th escorted the DARIEN to BW #1.  On September 1, 1942, the SC-527 took aboard six enlisted Coast Guard personnel for transportation to Cruncher Island, Sondre Stromfjord returning as escort of two vessels with the COC ALGONQUIN to BW #2 arriving September 5, 1942.  On the 11th cruised off last Greenland Banks to board Portuguese fishing vessels but sighting none anchored in Holstenborg Harbor.  On the 12th she proceeded to Edgesminde Harbor, returning to Sondre Strom fjord on the 14th to board SS HALMA laying to on the fishing bank and bound to Edgesminde with supplies for the Greenland Government.  Arriving at Sondre Stromfjord on the 18th she proceeded to Marrak Point on the 28th and on the 29th, uas underway to join the USS BLUEBIRD and SS HALMA for Kungnat Bay.  During October and November 1942 she was engaged in patrol duty in West Greenland waters, relieving the SC-528 on sound and lookout watch at Kungnat Bay on December 4, 1942.  On the 10th she moored at Ivigtut until the 17th when she proceeded to Torssuktak, piloting the BELLE ISLE into Kungnat Bay on the 18th.  Then she performed freight transportation duties until the end of the month.

PATROL DUTY -- TO BOSTON

From January 1, 1943 to May 20, 1943 the SC-527 was on patrol duty in Greenland waters, acting as guardship at the entrance of Arsuk Fjord, transporting supplies and personnel between Greenland stations or anchoring in Kungnat Bay or at Ivigtut.  On May 20, 1943, in company with SC-528 she departed Kungnat Bay with convoy GS-23 and stood into Boston Harbor on June 1, 1943, remaining at Charlestown Navy Yard until July 14, 1943 undergoing overhaul and repairs.

ESCORT DUTY

The SC-527 departed Boston July 14, 1943, in convoy with the USS PINTO, towing YNG-27 and YCK-2 in company with USS FALCON and SC- 528.  On the 15th the FALCON collided with the SC-527's port beam and the SC-527 proceeded to Portland, Maine, and moored to survey the damage, returning to Charlestown Navy Yard for hull repairs until July 31, 1943.  On August 1, 1943, she was underway to join a convoy for Halifax. N. S., the escort being additionally composed of 3 Canadian corvettes and the COMANCHE.  On the 3rd the SC-527 was ordered to proceed to Halifax independently and moored.  Proceeding to Sydney on the 7th and Argentia on 11th.  After performing local escort out of Argentia, the SC-527 was underway on the 23rd with the RARITAN and TAMPA for Greenland, arriving at Gronne Dal on the 28th.  Here she performed local escort duty and stood sound watch until the end of 1943.

PATROL DUTY

The SC-527 remained on patrol duty in Greenland waters until July 5, 1944.  Her duties included ice breaking in the fjords, hospital transport duty, anti-submarine patrol, and local escort duty.  On the 25th she proceeded, with SC528, SC-704, and COMANCHE as guide, for Argentia arriving there on the 30th.  On August 5, 1944, in company with SC-704, SC-528, and USS KAWEAH she proceeded to Boston where she was on availability through August 27, 1944.  On that date she proceeded to Norfolk where she moored at Little Creek, Va., August 31, 1944. (No further reports of World War II activities are available).

DECOMMISSIONING

She was decommissioned and her Coast Guard crew re moved March 7, 1946.

Taken from: United States Coast Guard. Statistical Division/Historical Section. Public Information Division.  Transports and Escorts. V. (2 Vols.) Washington: Public Information Division, U.S. Coast Guard Headquarters, Volume 1, Escorts, Mar 1 1949, p. 172.


SC-528

She was laid down on 24 October 1941 by the Mathis Yacht Building Co., Camden, New Jersey.  She was launched on 17 February 1942 and commissioned USS SC-528 on 13 June 1942 with her Coast Guard aboard.  She was apparently assigned to duty with the Greenland Patrol and was homeported in Boston, Massachusetts.  She was at Kungnait on 18 May 1943 and was escorting a convoy on 24 May 1943.  She spent June and July of 1943 at Boston undergoing availability.  She arrived at Argentia, Newfoundland on 5 August 1943 and St. Johns on 6 August 1943.  Then she escorted convoy SG-29 (reported on 17 August 1943).  On 23 August 1943 she was involved in "Kingnait Bay Defense."  She arrived at Gondrestrom on 3 September 1943 and arrived at Grondal from Sondrestrom "with Shirvan."

She remained in Greenland waters through most of early 1944 and was reported at Boston on 14 August 1944.  She was transferred to the 7th Fleet and was in Miami, Florida on 31 August 1944 and departed Miami for the Canal Zone on 17 December 1944.  She arrived at San Diego, California on 18 January 1945 and departed there for Pearl Harbor 29 January 1945.  She arrived at Pearl Harbor on 6 February 1945 and departed for Eniwetok on 17 February 1945, arriving there on 8 March 1945.  On 25 April 1945 she arrived at Leyte; on 27 June 1945 she arrived at Manila; on 12 August 1945 she was reported to be in Subic Bay; on 2 September 1945 she was at "Aparri (P.I.)"; and on 25 November 1945 she was again in Subic Bay.

She was reported decommissioned and her Coast Guard crew removed on 9 January 1946.  She was transferred to the Foreign Liquidation Commission (date unknown).  She was struck from the Naval Register, (date unknown). Fate unknown (transferred to the Philippines?).

Her commanding officers were (list incomplete): LTJG Rudolph R. Empire (14 - 26 Aug 1944); ENS Harold Meyer (26 Aug 1944 - ?)

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SC-528's Official Coast Guard History


GREENLAND PATROL

On July 28, 1942 the Navy crew on the SC-528 which had been transferred from the Eastern Sea Frontier
to Greenland Patrol, was relieved by a Coast Guard crew and on the 30th she departed Boston for Casco Bay where she arrived next day, departing same day with SC-527 and TAHOMA for Sydney, N. S., escorting f our trawlers.  On August 5, 1942, she departed Sydney for Greenland escorting 3 vessels with 4 other escorts arriving on the 10th.  On the 11th she proceeded to Bluie West Seven and assumed guardship duties off entrance to Kungnat Bay.  On August 27th she proceeded to Holstenborg to inspect Portuguese fishing vessels en route to Helfiske Bay, returning to BW #8 on the 31st.  During September 1942 she was engaged in local escort duty between Greenland stations.  She reassumed guardship duties at the junction of Brede and Skov Fjords on October 9, 1942, but was forced to return to BW #1 because of heavy waters and ice.  On the 21st she want to the assistance of the disabled freighter MARGARET LYKES and escorted her to Marrak Point where she assumed guardship duties, de parting for BW #1 on the 22nd.  During November and December, 1942, the SC-528 was on guardship at the entrance to Arsuk Fjord, being relieved periodically, when she usually escorted incoming vessels to BW #7.

PATROL DUTY

The SC-528 us on patrol and guardship duty at the entrance to Arsuk Fjord, performing local escort duty in Greenland waters from January 1, 1943, until May 20, 1943, when she departed BW #7 in company with SC-527 and three other escorts of a two vessel convoy for Argentia, arriving on the 28th, departing same day for Boston, where she arrived June 1, 1943, for an availability until July 14, 1943.  Standing out of Boston on that day the FALCON collided with the SC-527 on the 15th.  The USS PINTO in convoy lost her tow and the SC-528 screened her until it was recovered, mooring at Argentia with SC-707 to rendezvous with two other escorts to accompany three vessels to Argentia where she remained until the 31st.  After further local escort duty at Argentia the SC-528 stood out on the 5th with three other escorts arriving at St. John's on the 6th and from there escorting convoy SG-29 with 6 other escorts to Kungnat Bay, mooring at BW #7 on the 21st.  The SC-528 continued on patrol and local escort duty in Greenland waters until the end of 1943.

PATROL DUTY

The SC-528 remained on patrol duty in Greenland waters until July 25, 1944.  During that period she broke ice in the fjords and relieved the SC-527 and SC-688 on sound and radar watches on anti-submarine patrol at the entrance of Arsuk Fjord.  January 11, 1944 her propeller was damaged by ice varying in thickness to 2 feet in South Entrance, Force Bay and Kungnat Bay.  During February 1944 she was engaged in transportation duty between Navy 26 and BW #7.  On July 25, 1944, she sailed for Argentia in company with COMANCHE, SC-527, and SC-704 and proceeded on to Boston with the latter two and USS KAWEAH where on August 6, 1944, she detached from Task Group 24.8 and was assigned to Commander, Service Force, U. S. Atlantic Fleet.  After availability at the Navy Yard, Chelsea, Mass., until August 27th she was ordered to proceed to Florida with SC-704 but put into Charleston on the 30th for minor repairs, and was there at the end of August 1944.  (No further record of the SC-528 in World War II is available).

DECOMMISSIONING

She was decommissioned March 7, 1946, and her Coast Guard crew removed.

Taken from: United States Coast Guard. Statistical Division/Historical Section. Public Information Division.  Transports and Escorts. V. (2 Vols.) Washington: Public Information Division, U.S. Coast Guard Headquarters, Volume 1, Escorts, Mar 1 1949, pp. 172-173.


SC-671

She was laid down on 17 November 1941 by Inland Waters Inc., in Duluth, Minnesota.  She was launched on 8 August 1942 and was commissioned on 19 October 1942.  There is no indication of when her Coast Guard crew reported aboard or were discharged.

Her Record of Movement card places here in Ketchikan, Alaska on 5 July 1944, when she departed there to relive the USS YP-251 in the "Cape Fox Area" and "proceed Pleasant Isl. Alaska."  She remained in Alaskan waters until December, 1944 when she was reported to have arrived at Puget Island on the 21st.  She was next reported to be at Pearl Harbor on 7 March 1945.  She departed Pearl Harbor on 5 July 1945 and on 13 July 1945 was reported to have arrived at "Mojuind."  She arrived at Okinawa on 16 August 1945 and was at Guam on 15 November 1945.  She visited Eniwetok at some time after that date and was reported to have arrived at Kwajalein on 15 December 1945 and departed for Pearl Harbor the following day.  She arrived at Pearl Harbor on 27 December 1945 and was decommissioned there on 6 April 1946.  She was sold on 11 December 1946.


SC-688

She was laid down on 25 April 1942 by the Annapolis Yacht Yard, Inc., in Annapolis, Maryland.  She was launched on 22 August 1942 and was commissioned as USS SC-688 on 28 November 1942 with her Coast Guard crew aboard.  Her Coast Guard crew was removed on 28 November 1945.  She was decommissioned and her Coast Guard crew removed on 28 November 1945 in the Navy Yard in Charleston, South Carolina.  She was transferred to the Maritime Commission on 9 October 1946.  She was struck from the Naval Register, (date unknown). Fate unknown.

Her commanding officers were (list incomplete): LTJG Wm. L. Houston, Jr.; ENS Frank A. Mize (31 Aug 1945).

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SC-688's Official Coast Guard History

COMMISSIONING

The USS SC-688, Coast Guard-manned, was accepted for the Navy from the Annapolis Yacht Yard, Annapolis, Md., on November 28, 1942.  On December 4, 1942, she departed for Norfolk Navy Yard where she was outfitted for combat duty.  She departed for New York on the 23rd and for Casco Bay, Maine, on the 26th.  On December 31, 1942, she departed for maneuvers off Cape Elizabeth with the SC-689 and 709 returning to moor at Casco Bay same day.

PATROL DUTY

On January 2,1943,she moored at Portland, Maine, and on the 7th broke ice in the channel to the Maine Shipbuilding Company's shipyard.  From the 8th to 14th she was repaired due to collision with a ship mooring alongside and then, after various tests, departed for Argentia on the 25th in company with the BIBB and SC-689.  On the 26th as the BIBB made a depth charge attack on a sound contact the sound apparatus of SC-688 gave no indication.  On the 27th the radar was not working properly and on arrival at Argentia on the 29th repairs to radar and sound apparatus were undertaken.  She relieved SC-706 on patrol of outer anchorage, Ship Harbor, Argentia from the 6th to the 8th of February, 1943, and then returned to port for further repairs to main generators.  On the 22nd she departed for Burin Harbor, N. F., towing the CG-147, accompanied by the CGC FAUNCE.  On March 11, 1943, she broke ice in Burin Harbor and then entered Marine railway for repairs to port propeller, departing for Argentia on the 22nd.  On the 28th she assumed patrol duties but on the 29th her radar failed and on the 31st she vacated patrol and moored at Ship Harbor, N. F.  Patrol duties were again assumed on April 1, 1943, for three day periods.  On the 15th she departed Argentia to investigate the wreck of an Army schooner aground near Marystown, N. F., returning to assume patrol duties until April 28, 1943.

ESCORT DUTY

On April 28, 1943, the SC-688 departed Argentia for St. John's in company with five other escorts and on May 1, 1943, departed St. John's for Greenland with same escorts mooring at Gronne Dal on the 6th.  On the 10th departed Kungnat in search of a submarine reported by a PBY accompanied by TAHOMA, SC-689, and 705.

PATROL DUTY - LOCAL ESCORT

During the rest of 1943 the SC-688 was on patrol duty off the entrance to Arsuk Fjord breaking ice and engaged in local escort duty in Greenland.

ESCORT DUTY

The SC-688 remained on patrol duty at the entrance to Arsuk Fjord until May 1, 1944.  On January 7, 1944, her crew rescued Major F. E. Bristol, U. S. Medical Corps, who had fallen in Arsuk Fjord and administered first aid.  On May 1, 1944, she departed NOF Navy 28 Dock in company with four other escorts for Argentia, mooring there on the 6th, and departing on the 9th with four other escorts for Boston where she moored on the 12th.  After overhaul until June 14, 1944, she proceeded to Portland for training exercises and on the 24th proceeded to Argentia with SC-689 and 705.  On July 10, 1944, she proceeded to Gronne Dal with four other escorts entering Arsuk Fjord on the 14th.  She remained on patrol and local escort duty in Greenland until September 9, 1944, when she began escorting with SC-689 and 705 the SS VISCAYA (Nor.) for St. John's, N. F., arriving on the 13th and proceeding to Argentia on the 18th.  On the 21st she proceeded to Boston arriving on the 24th and remaining through October 15, 1944, when she departed for Norfolk.

AIR STATION DUTY

On October 18, 1944, she departed Norfolk for Naval Auxiliary Station, Harvey Point Albermarle Sound, N. C. where she remained on air station duty though the rest of 1944.

DECOMMISSIONING

She was decommissioned November 28, 1945. 

Taken from: United States Coast Guard. Statistical Division/Historical Section. Public Information Division.  Transports and Escorts. V. (2 Vols.) Washington: Public Information Division, U.S. Coast Guard Headquarters, Volume 1, Escorts, Mar 1 1949, p. 173.


SC-689

She was laid down on 27 April 1942 by the Annapolis Yacht Yard, Inc., in Annapolis, Maryland.  She was launched on 15 August 1942 and was commissioned as USS SC-689 on 2 November 1942 with her Coast Guard crew aboard.  She was decommissioned and her Coast Guard crew removed on 24 January 1946.  She was transferred to the Maritime Commission on 24 September 1946.  She was struck from the Naval Register, (date unknown). Fate unknown.

Her commanding officers were (list incomplete): LTJG Robert L. O'Connor (9 June 1944); LTJG Edward F. Cotter (24 Aug 1944); LTJG D. L. Courtois (14 April 1945); LTJG Daniel J. Lancaster (22 June 1945).

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SC-689's Official Coast Guard History

COMMISSIONING

The USS SC-689 was commissioned November 2, 1942, and a Coast Guard crew placed on board.  On December 31, 1942, she was on training exercises at Casco Bay, Maine.

PATROL DUTY

Departing Casco Day, Maine, on January 25, 1943, for Argentia, N. F., she remained on patrol duty there until April 28, 1943, when she departed with five other escorts for St. John's and on May 1, 1943, for Greenland, arriving at Gronne Dal on the 6th, departing on the 10th, with other escorts to search for a submarine.  She remained on patrol duty in Arsuk Fjord, relieving SC- 680 and SC-705 and other vessels until December 31, 1943.

PATROL DUTY

The SC-689 remained on patrol duty in Greenland May 1, when she departed, with 4 other escorts for Boston via Argentia, arriving on May 12, 1944.  On June 16, 1944 she departed for Portland for training exercises.  On June 24, 1944 with four other escorts, she departed Portland for Greenland, via Argentia, mooring at Gronne Dal on July 14, 1944.  Here she remained on patrol duty until September 8, 1944, when she depart ed for St. John's in company with the MOHAWK and SC-705, the MOHAWK towing the STRATHELLA.  On September 18, 1944, she departed St. John's with SC's 705 and 688 for Boston, via Argentia, arriving on the 24th.

AS TARGET VESSEL

After 20 days availability at Boston the SC-689 got underway with SC-705 for Navy Section Base, Newport, R.I., where she was used as a target vessel until November 1, 1944.  On that date she proceeded to Coast Guard Patrol Base, Port Everglades, Fort Lauderdale, Florida, where in laid sono-buoys and retrieved dummy projectiles in A/S operations.  She remained on thin duty for the rest of 1944.

DECOMMISSIONING

The SC-689 was decommissioned January 24, 1946.

Taken from: United States Coast Guard. Statistical Division/Historical Section. Public Information Division.  Transports and Escorts. V. (2 Vols.) Washington: Public Information Division, U.S. Coast Guard Headquarters, Volume 1, Escorts, Mar 1 1949, p. 173.


SC-704

She was laid down by the Elizabeth City Shipyard, in Elizabeth City, North Carolina on 7 March 1942.  She was launched on 6 April 1942 and was commissioned as USS SC-704 on 28 September 1942 with her Coast Guard crew aboard.  She was assigned to duty in Greenland waters and was transferred to the Pacific Theatre in August, 1944.  She passed through the Canal Zone and arrived at Pearl Harbor in early 1945.  She arrived at Eniwetok on 31 March 1945 and Leyte on 22 April 1945.  She was next at Zamboanga (as of 14 May 1945); Tawi Tawi, P.I. (as of 18 July 1945); Zamboanga (as of 12 August 1945) and was last at Samar, where she was decommissioned on 15 February 1946, at which time her Coast Guard crew was removed.  She was transferred to the Foreign Liquidation Commission (date unknown).  She was struck from the Naval Register, (date unknown). She was transferred to Taiwan on 3 September 1947.

Her commanding officers were (list incomplete): LTJG R. S. Crampton (10 August 1944); LT Kenneth W. Ristuben


SC-705

She was laid down on 7 March 1942 by the Elizabeth City Shipyard, Elizabeth City, North Carolina.  She was launched on 24 April 1942 and commissioned as USS SC-705 on 2 October 1942 with her Coast Guard crew aboard.  Her Coast Guard crew was removed on 22 January 1946.

She was decommissioned on 22 January 1946.  She was transferred to the Maritime Commission on 3 September 1946; Struck from the Naval Register, (date unknown). Fate unknown.

Her commanding officers were (list incomplete): LTJG J. F. Claussen; LTJG W. L. Martin (24 July 1945); ENS C. W. Roll (22 September 1945).

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SC-705's Official Coast Guard History

COMMISSIONING

The USS SC-705 was commissioned on 2 October 1942.  (1942 and 1943 Mar War Diaries are not available).

From January 1, 1944 to May 1, 1944, the SC-705 was on patrol duty in Green land waters, mostly in Patrol Area No. 3, in Areuk Fjord, Greenland.  Other areas ware also patrolled the SC-705 relieving SCs 704, 688, 527, and 689.  Between patrols the SC-705 moored at Gronne Dal usually making a stop at Ivigtut en route to her mooring.

TO BOSTON

On May 1, 1944, the SC-705 departed Gronne Dal en route Argentia in convoy with USS NORTHLAND, SC-688 and SC-689. Arriving on the 6th she departed on the 9th for Boston in company with three other escorts arriving on the 12th, where she remained for repairs until June 14, 1944, when she departed for Casco Bay, Maine, for training exercises.  On the 22nd she was underway for Argentia.  Here on July 6th she was damaged slightly by a fire around the galley stack.  On the 10th she departed for Gronne Dal arriving on the 14th.

PATROL DUTY

The SC-705 remained in Greenland on patrol duty of area No. 3 in Arsuk Fjord until December 8, 1944, when she departed in convoy with two other escorts for Boston, via St. John's, arriving on September 21, 1944.

TOWING TARGETS

Remaining at Chelsea Navy Yard Annex until October 10, 1944, on availability the SC-705 departed for Quonset Point, Rhode Island, on October 15, 1944, where she was assigned radar target towing duty.  She remained on this duty during the rest of 1944.

DECOMMISSIONING

The SC-705 was decommissioned January 22, 1946.

Taken from: United States Coast Guard. Statistical Division/Historical Section. Public Information Division.  Transports and Escorts. V. (2 Vols.) Washington: Public Information Division, U.S. Coast Guard Headquarters, Volume 1, Escorts, Mar 1 1949, p. 174.


Sources:

Cutter Files, USCG Historian's Office, Coast Guard Headquarters, Washington, D.C.

United States Coast Guard. Statistical Division/Historical Section. Public Information Division.  Transports and Escorts. V. (2 Vols.) Washington: Public Information Division, U.S. Coast Guard Headquarters, Volume 1, Escorts, Mar 1 1949, pp. 172-174.


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