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USCGC Champlain (1929)

USCGC Champlain was a Lake -class cutter belonging to the United States Coast Guard launched on 20 Jun 1928 and commissioned on 23 Mar 1929. After 12 years of service with the Coast Guard, she was transferred to the British Royal Navy as part of ...

                                               

USCGC Chautauqua (WHEC-41)

USCG Chautauqua was an Owasco class high endurance cutter which served with the US Coast Guard from 1945 to 1973. Originally intended for World War II service, she was commissioned only days before the end of hostilities and consequently never sa ...

                                               

USCGC Chelan (1928)

USCGC Chelan was a Lake -class cutter belonging to the United States Coast Guard launched on 19 May 1928 and commissioned on 5 September 1928. After 13 years of service to the Coast Guard, she was transferred to the Royal Navy as part of the Lend ...

                                               

USCGC Chincoteague (WAVP-375)

USS Chincoteague was a United States Navy seaplane tender in commission from 1943 to 1946 that saw service in the Pacific during World War II. After the war, she was in commission in the United States Coast Guard as the cutter USCGC Chincoteague, ...

                                               

USCGC Chincoteague (WPB-1320)

USCGC Chincoteague is an Island-class cutter of the United States Coast Guard. The third Coast Guard vessel to bear the name, Chincoteague was constructed at Bollinger Machine Shop and Shipyard in Lockport, Louisiana. She was commissioned on 8 Au ...

                                               

USCGC Chincoteague (1919)

For United States Navy ships of the name, see USS Chincoteague. The first USCGC Chincoteague was a United States Coast Guard armed tug in service from 1919 to 1923. Chincoteague was built at Annapolis, Maryland, as part of a class of United State ...

                                               

USCGC Chincoteague (WAVP-375)

                                               

Coast Guard Motor Lifeboat CG 36500

Coast Guard Motor Lifeboat CG-36500 is a historic, 36-foot lifeboat that is berthed at Rock Harbor in Orleans, Massachusetts. Built in 1946, it is notable for its involvement in the 1952 SS Pendleton rescue, one of the most daring such events rec ...

                                               

USCGC Cobb (WPG-181)

USCGC Cobb was a United States Coast Guard cutter commissioned during World War II. A conversion of the 1906 coastal steamboat SS Governor Cobb, USCGC Cobb in the hands of the Coast Guard became the first US helicopter carrier.

                                               

USCG inland construction tender

An inland construction tender is a type of ship used to build and service shore structures such as piers and buoy trestles. It is also used to maintain buoys and aids to navigation. Less frequently, they may be used for law enforcement, environme ...

                                               

USS Conyngham (DD-58)

USS Conyngham was a Tucker -class destroyer built for the United States Navy prior to the American entry into World War I. The ship was the first U.S. Navy vessel named for Gustavus Conyngham. Conyngham was laid down by the William Cramp & Sons o ...

                                               

USCGC Cook Inlet (WAVP-384)

USS Cook Inlet was a United States Navy Barnegat -class small seaplane tender in commission from 1944 to 1946. She tended seaplanes during World War II in the Pacific and earned one battle star for her service. After the war, she was transferred ...

                                               

USCGC Cook Inlet (WAVP-384)

                                               

USCGC Courageous (WMEC-622)

USCGC Courageous was a United States Coast Guard medium endurance cutter. She was built by the American Ship Building Company in Lorain, Ohio and launched on 18 March 1967. She commissioned on 19 April 1968. She was decommissioned 19 September 2001.

                                               

USCGC Courier (WAGR-410)

The USCGC Courier was a cutter in the United States Coast Guard converted from the M/V Coastal Messenger a Maritime Commission Type C1-M-AV1 vessel.

                                               

USCGC Covington (PF-56)

                                               

USCGC Dallas (WHEC-716)

USCGC Dallas was a United States Coast Guard high endurance cutter commissioned in 1967 at the Avondale Shipyard in New Orleans, Louisiana. She was the sixth ship or boat to bear the name of Alexander J. Dallas, the Secretary of the Treasury unde ...

                                               

USS Davey (WYT-81)

USS Davey was a United States Navy harbor entrance patrol and boarding vessel in service at Pilot Town, Louisiana during World War I. Davey, originally a tug, was transferred by the United States Coast Guard to the Navy in April 1917. She was ret ...

                                               

USCG Deployable Pursuit Boat

The 38 ft Deployable Pursuit Boat gives the United States Coast Guard a new capability in the Caribbean Sea and Eastern Pacific. About 85% of the cocaine smuggled through those areas travels on "go-fasts", 30 to 40 ft high speed craft which each ...

                                               

USCGC Dexter (1925)

USCGC Dexter, was a steel-hulled patrol boat of the United States Coast Guard in commission from 1925 to 1936. She was the third ship of the United States Revenue Cutter Service and United States Coast Guard to bear the name. Dexter was built by ...

                                               

USCGC Dogwood (WAGL-259)

USCGC Dogwood was a 114-foot river buoy tender of the United States Coast Guard. Constructed by the Dubuque Boat & Boiler Works Company in Dubuque, Iowa, she was commissioned in 1941 and served until 1989. She was stationed at Vicksburg, Mississi ...

                                               

USCGC Earp (ex-Eagle 22)

USCGC Earp was a 200-foot US Coast Guard anti-submarine Eagle -class vessel built by Ford Motor Co. in Detroit, Michigan. Earp was designed for quick construction and was one of 100 ordered. Earp was launched on 5 August 1918 and commissioned on ...

                                               

USS Ericsson (DD-56)

USS Ericsson was an OBrien -class destroyer built for the United States Navy prior to the American entry into World War I. The ship was the second U.S. Navy vessel named in honor of John Ericsson, the Swedish-born builder of the ironclad warship ...

                                               

USCGC Escanaba (WHEC-64)

USCGC Escanaba was an Owasco -class high endurance cutter built for World War II service with the United States Coast Guard. The war ended before the ship was completed and consequently she never saw wartime service. Escanaba was built by Western ...

                                               

USCGC Escanaba (WPG-77)

The USCGC Escanaba was a 165 ft "A" type United States Coast Guard cutter stationed on the Great Lakes from her commissioning in 1932 until the start of U.S. military involvement in World War II in 1941. With the outbreak of war, Escanaba redeplo ...

                                               

USS F. Mansfield and Sons Co. (SP-691)

F. Mansfield and Sons Co., sometimes seen as Mansfield & Sons Co., was a United States Navy mine sweeper serving in non-commissioned status, thus not properly bearing the U.S.S. prefix, from 1917 to 1919. The vessel was a small commercial freight ...

                                               

USS Finch (DE-328)

She was named in honor of Lieutenant Joseph W. Finch Jr., USNR. Finch was first launched on 28 August 1943 at Orange, Texas, as DE-328; sponsored by Miss Grace Cushing, fiancee of Lieutenant Finch. She was commissioned three times. The ship was f ...

                                               

USS Flagstaff

USS Flagstaff was the only Flagstaff -class patrol gunboat and was acquired by the United States Navy because of her relatively low cost and very high speed. She was later loaned by the Navy to the U.S. Coast Guard, as USCGC Flagstaff. The Coast ...

                                               

USCGC Forsythia (WAGL-63)

USCGC Forsythia, was a 114-foot, 230-ton buoy tender of the United States Coast Guard. It was one of three such vessels and Sycamore) built to replace the stern paddlewheel steamers that the Coast Guard decided were too expensive to maintain. She ...

                                               

USCGC Greenbrier (WAGL-214)

The USCGC Greenbrier was a stern paddlewheel steamer that was used as a river tender, first by the United States Lighthouse Service and then by the United States Coast Guard. The Greenbrier was built by Charles Ward Engineering Works of Charlesto ...

                                               

USCGC Gresham (WAVP-387)

                                               

USCGC Guthrie

USRC Guthrie was a small patrol vessel, built for the United States Revenue Cutter Service in 1895. She was named after James Guthrie, 21st Secretary of the Treasury. She was the third ship of that name, the first two being launched in 1868 and 1 ...

                                               

USCGC Haida (WPG-45)

The ship was laid down at the Union Construction Company in Oakland, California on 27 September 1920. She was launched on 19 April 1921, christened by Mrs. Frank G. Law, and commissioned on 4 October 1921. Haida was first stationed at Seattle, Wa ...

                                               

USCGC Half Moon (WAVP-378)

USS Half Moon was a seaplane tender that in commission in the United States Navy from 1943 to 1946 that saw service in the latter half of World War II. After the war, she was in commission in the United States Coast Guard as the cutter USCGC Half ...

                                               

USCGC Half Moon (WAVP-378)

                                               

USCGC Hamilton (WHEC-715)

USCGC Hamilton was a United States Coast Guard high endurance cutter and the lead ship of its class. Hamilton was based at Boston, Massachusetts from commissioning until 1991 and then out of San Pedro, California before it was moved to its last h ...

                                               

USS Herndon (DD-198)

USS Herndon was a Clemson -class destroyer in the United States Navy. Herndon served in the United States Coast Guard as CG-17. She was later transferred to the Royal Navy as HMS Churchill and still later to the Soviet Navy as Deyatelny.

                                               

USS High Point

USS High Point was a High Point -class patrol craft of the United States Navy, and was launched 17 August 1962 by J.M. Martinac Shipbuilding Corp. in Tacoma, Washington as a sub-contractor to Boeing in Seattle, Washington at a cost of.08 million, ...

                                               

USCGC Humboldt (WAVP-372)

USS Humboldt was a United States Navy Barnegat -class small seaplane tender in commission from 1941 to 1947 that served in the Atlantic during World War II. She was briefly reclassified as a miscellaneous auxiliary and redesignated AG-121 during ...

                                               

USCGC Humboldt (WAVP-372)

                                               

USS Hunt (DD-194)

USS Hunt was a Clemson -class destroyer in the United States Navy during World War II. She served in the United States Coast Guard, as USCGD Hunt. She was later transferred to the Royal Navy as HMS Broadway.

                                               

United States lightship Huron (LV-103)

The United States lightship Huron is a lightvessel that was launched in 1920. She is now a museum ship moored in Pine Grove Park, Port Huron, St. Clair County, Michigan.

                                               

USCGC Hydrangea (WAGL-236)

                                               

USCGC Icarus (WPC-110)

USCGC Icarus was a steel-hulled, diesel-powered Thetis -class patrol boat of the United States Coast Guard that patrolled the Eastern coast during World War II. In 1942, Icarus sank the German submarine U-352 off the coast of North Carolina and t ...

                                               

USCGC Ida Lewis (WLM-551)

USCGC Ida Lewis is a Keeper-class Coastal Buoy Tender of the United States Coast Guard. Her keel was laid on the 31st of July, 1994. She was commissioned on April 12, 1997 and homeported in Newport, Rhode Island Her namesake is Ida Lewis a light ...

                                               

USCGC Ingham (WHEC-35)

USCGC Ingham is one of only two preserved Treasury-class United States Coast Guard Cutters. Originally Samuel D. Ingham, she was the fourth cutter to be named for Treasury Secretary Samuel D. Ingham. She was the most decorated vessel in the Coast ...

                                               

USCGC Iroquois (WHEC-43)

USCGC Iroquois was an Owasco class high-endurance cutter built for World War II service with the United States Coast Guard. The war ended before the ship was completed and consequently she never saw wartime service. Iroquois was built by Western ...

                                               

USCGC Itasca (1907)

The Itasca was a 190-foot barquentine-rigged cutter, formerly a U.S. Navy training ship, the USS Bancroft. The commissioning of Itasca ushered in a new age of training with more modern equipment, and a triple-expansion steam engine that could pow ...

                                               

USCGC Kangaroo (1917)

Kangaroo was built as the private motorboat Herreshoff Hull # 316 in May 1917 by the Herreshoff Manufacturing Company at Bristol, Rhode Island, one of nine identical motor boats built in anticipation of eventual acquisition by the United States N ...

                                               

USCGC Katherine Walker (WLM-552)

USCGS Katherine Walker is a Keeper-class Coastal Buoy Tender of the United States Coast Guard. Her keel was laid on 8 April 1996 by Fincantieri Marine Group. Her namesake is Katherine Walker the keeper of the Robbins Reef Light; Mrs. Walker was r ...

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