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Eagle-class patrol craft

Eagle class patrol craft were a set of steel ships smaller than modern destroyers but having a greater operational radius than the wooden-hulled, 110-foot hunters for submarines designed in 1917. Underwater hunters the range of about 900 miles at ...

                                               

USS Eliza Hayward (SP-1414)

Eliza Hayward was a sloop that served in the Navy of the United States from 1917 to 1918. The U.S. Navy acquired Eliza Hayward on 24 August 1917 for World War I service. She served in the 5th naval district in non-commissioned status in the next ...

                                               

USS Gretchen (SP-423)

The first USS Gretchen was a patrol boat acquired by the U.S. Navy in 1917. Gretchen was built as a private motorboat. July 30, 1917 the U.S. Navy acquired her from her owner, Sylvanus Stokes, for use as a section patrol boat during the First wor ...

                                               

USS Hazel (SP-1207)

First aircraft carrier hazel was 44 meters high, 10-ton boat, borrowed the U.S. Navy during world war II, hazel was armed as a patrol craft and was assigned to patrol the Virginia coast and Chesapeake Bay. She was returned to her owner at the end ...

                                               

USS Helori (YP-181)

                                               

USS James River (SP-861)

The first river USS James was the naval United States Navy patrol vessel in Commission from 1917 to 1918. The James river was built as a civilian motorboat of the same name K. Crockett at Pocomoke city, Maryland. In may 1917, the U.S. Navy acquir ...

                                               

USS Jerry Briggs (1918)

USS Jerry Briggs was naval United States Navy patrol vessel in Commission from 1918 to 1919. Jerry Briggs was built as a private motorboat Rosalind. She was renamed Jerry Briggs as civilian purposes. In 1918 the U.S. Navy acquired Jerry Briggs un ...

                                               

USS Kanawha (SP-169)

USS Kanawha was a patrol boat, which never saw active service, which was acquired by the U.S. Navy in 1917. The U.S. Navy acquired USS Kanawha from H. Baxter of Brunswick, Maine 27 April 1917 for use as a patrol vessel during the First world war ...

                                               

USS Marija (SP-413)

USS Mary was a United States Navy patrol vessel in Commission from 1917 to 1922. Mary was built as a private motorboat of the same name by Edgar young, Wilmington, North Carolina. On 25 July 1917 the U.S. Navy acquired her from her owner, R. P. M ...

                                               

USS Maud (SP-1009)

USS mod was naval United States Navy patrol vessel in Commission from 1917 to 1919. The mod was built as a private wooden motorboat of the same name. It was rebuilt in 1913. June 15, 1917, the U.S. Navy acquired a mod under a free lease from her ...

                                               

USS Merito (SP-279)

USS Merito was naval United States Navy patrol vessel in Commission from 1917. Merito was built Swazey, Raymond and page. The U.S. Navy acquired her from her owner, BC Dunlap in new York, on a grant basis lease agreement dated may 23, 1917 at Wor ...

                                               

USS Momo

USS Momo was an armed motorboat that served as a patrol ship of the Navy of the United States from 1917 to 1919. Momo was built as a private motor boat Elsie IV by new York yacht, launch and engine company in Morris heights, new York. By 1917 she ...

                                               

USS Mona II (1918)

USS Mona II was the naval United States Navy patrol vessel in Commission from 1918 to 1919. Mona II was built as a private motorboat of the same name. September 11, 1918, the U.S. Navy acquired her under a free lease from her owner, H. F. McCormi ...

                                               

USS Niagara (PY-9)

                                               

USS Northampton (SP-670)

The first USS Northampton, was a wooden motor boat acquired by the U.S. Navy for patrol service during the First world war. Northampton was built Wilson Birdsnest, Virginia, and was acquired by the Navy on free lease from John A. Parsons Norfolk, ...

                                               

USS Onward II (SP-728)

The OSS then the second, later USS SP-728, an armed motor boat, served in the U.S. Navy as a patrol vessel from 1917 to 1918. Forward II was built as a civilian motorboat of the same name Defoe boat and motor works in Bay city, Michigan. The U.S. ...

                                               

USS Privateer (YP-179)

                                               

USS Scarpe (SP-713)

USS Scarpe was naval United States Navy patrol vessel in Commission from 1917 to 1919. Scarpe was built as a private wooden motorboat of the same name V. S. Burgess in Marblehead, Massachusetts. On 1 may 1917 from her owner, F. F. fields, Brockto ...

                                               

USS Severn (1918)

Severn was a forty-foot boat, part of the Maryland state fishery force, belongs to the conservation Commission of Maryland working Whitman, Maryland, in charge of Deputy commander George O. Haddaway. The boat was bought a Commission in 1918, a de ...

                                               

USS SP-747

                                               

USS Speedway (SP-407)

USS Speedway was the naval United States Navy patrol vessel in Commission from 1917 to 1919. The Speedway was built as a private motorboat of the same name the gas engine & power company and Charles L. Seabury company at Morris Heights in the Bro ...

                                               

USS Wasaka III (SP-342)

USS Wasaka III was an armed motorboat that served in the U.S. Navy as a patrol vessel from 1917 to 1919. Wasaka III was a wooden hull boat built at Lynn, Massachusetts, the Britt brothers, boat builders. Acquired by the U.S. Navy in the spring of ...

                                               

USS Wenonah (PY-11)

                                               

USS Wild Goose II (SP-891)

USS wild goose II, later USS SP-891, was the naval United States Navy patrol vessel in service from 1917 to 1920. Wild geese II was built as a wooden-hulled civilian motorboat of the same name, W. H. Chamberlain in Marblehead, Massachusetts. July ...

                                               

Flower-class corvettes of the United States Navy

                                               

Patrol yachts of the United States Navy

                                               

PC-461-class submarine chasers

                                               

PCE-842-class patrol craft

                                               

PCE-905-class patrol craft

                                               

PCE(R)-848-class patrol craft

                                               

SC-1-class submarine chasers

                                               

Section patrol craft of the United States Navy

                                               

Guardian-class radar picket ships

                                               

Anchor-class rescue and salvage ships

                                               

Bolster-class rescue and salvage ships

                                               

Diver-class rescue and salvage ships

                                               

Edenton-class salvage and rescue ships

                                               

Gypsy-class salvage lifting vessels

                                               

Lapwing-class minesweepers converted to rescue and salvage ships

                                               

Safeguard-class salvage ships

                                               

Unique rescue and salvage ships of the United States Navy

                                               

Weight-class rescue and salvage ships

                                               

USS Hudson (1826)

The first USS Hudson was a wooden-hulled, three-masted sailing frigate in the Navy of the United States. Hudson, formerly Liberator, was built in 1826 for the Greek government by Smith & Dimon of new York. When Greece cant pay for it was acquired ...

                                               

USS Alligator (1809)

The first USS alligator was a schooner in the United States Navy, was built in 1809 As # 166 gunboat and renamed the "alligator" during the war of 1812. After she was placed in ordinary in Wilmington, North Carolina. It was commissioned somewhere ...

                                               

USS Chotank (1861)

USS Chotank, was a schooner captured by the Navy of the Union during the American Civil war. It was used in the Navy for a variety of purposes, but especially to patrol navigable waterways of the Confederacy to prevent the South from trading with ...

                                               

USS Conquest (1812)

The first USS conquest was a schooner in the Navy of the United States during the war of 1812. Conquest, formerly the merchant ship Genesee packet, was purchased 8 October 1812 at Oswego, new York, for service on lake Ontario under Commodore Isaa ...

                                               

USS Eugenie (1862)

USS Eugenie were captured Confederate schooner acquired by the Navy of the Union from the prize court during the American Civil war. She was adopted by the Navy of the Union guard Union-controlled port of Key West, Florida.

                                               

USS Revenge (1806)

The Navy acquired the Baltimore-built schooner Ranger in New Orleans in December 1806. She was renamed and commissioned as revenge. In 1807 she was ordered to the Atlantic coast under the command of Lieutenant Jacob Jones, having joined Commodore ...

                                               

USS Spark (1831)

USS spark was a schooner acquired by the Navy in the early days of the Republic. She was assigned to patrols for the lumber smugglers along the lower East coast of the United States.

                                               

USS Tom Bowline (1814)

The Navy purchased Tom bowline in late 1814 at Portsmouth, new Hampshire, for use as a storeship, and put Lieutenant B. V. Hoffman in command. Then move to new York, she, along with the President, Hornet, peacock and in the preparation of a foray ...

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