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Coast Guard Station Point Adams

Coast Guard Station Point Adams was a United States Coast Guard base at the mouth of the Columbia River. It was founded in 1888, by the United States Lifesaving Service, one of the service that were amalgamated into the Coast Guard. Initially, ha ...

                                               

Coast Guard Station Sturgeon Bay

Coast Guard Station Sturgeon Bay is a United States Coast Guard station located on Lake Michigan and the Sturgeon Bay Ship Canal in the Town of Sturgeon Bay in Door County, Wisconsin, just outside the city of Sturgeon Bay. The Sturgeon Bay Canal ...

                                               

Coast Guard Station Toms River

Coast Guard Station Toms River is a former United States Coast Guard station in Seaside Park, New Jersey at the mouth of the Toms River. The area was manned in 1856 with Samuel Chadwick as the first lifeguard. The first boathouse was constructed ...

                                               

Coast Guard Station Woods Hole

United States Coast Guard Station Woods Hole is a United States Coast Guard station located in Woods Hole, Massachusetts. The station is home to Sector Southeast New England.

                                               

Coast Guard Station Key West

Coast Guard Station Key West is the most southerly Coast Guard Station in Florida. All cutters in the US coast guard sentinel class cutters proceeded to Key West for their acceptance testing, before proceeding to their future home ports for their ...

                                               

Port Clarence Coast Guard Station

Port Clarence Coast Guard Station is a private-use airport located one nautical mile northeast of the central business district of Port Clarence in the Nome Census Area of the U.S. state of Alaska. It is owned by the U.S. Government.

                                               

Short Beach (New York)

Short Beach is the beach on the northern shore of the western end of Jones Beach Island. The beach faces Great South Bay instead of the Atlantic Ocean, thereby providing some shelter from storm waves. Since 1851 it has been the home of a coastal ...

                                               

John Witherspoon (USCG)

John Witherspoon was a distinguished sailor in the United States Coast Guard. Witherspoon started his military career in the United States Army, enlisted in the Coast Guard in 1963, where, after promotion to Quartermaster First Class, he was invi ...

                                               

USLHT Azalea

USLHT Azalea was an American lighthouse tender that operated in the fleet of the United States Lighthouse Board from 1891 to 1910 and of the United States Lighthouse Service from 1910 to 1917 and from 1919 to 1933. During and in the immediate aft ...

                                               

Five Fathom Bank light station

Five Fathom Bank light station was a station for lightvessels in New Jersey, United States. It was located off the south end of Five Fathom Bank, 14.7 miles and 100 degrees from the Cape May Lighthouse. The station was in service from 1837 to 197 ...

                                               

USS Heliotrope (1863)

USS Heliotrope was a wooden steamer acquired by the Union Navy for use during the American Civil War. In addition to patrol duty, Heliotrope performed other services, such as towing and dispatch running. Heliotrope, a wooden steamer, was original ...

                                               

List of lightships of the United States

This is a list of lightships of the United States, listing lightships operated by the United States government. The first US lightship was put in place off of Willoughby Spit in Chesapeake Bay, Virginia, in 1820. Lightships remained in service in ...

                                               

A. B. Seger

A. B. Seger, also referred to as Seger, Segar, and Segur, was acquired by the Confederate States Navy in 1861 for service as a gunboat in Berwick Bay, Louisiana. The steamer operated with the naval force of Flag Officer George N. Hollins, CSN, wh ...

                                               

USNS Apalachicola (T-EPF-13)

USNS Apalachicola will be the thirteenth Spearhead -class expeditionary fast transport and will be operated by the Military Sealift Command. It will be the second ship in naval service named after Apalachicola, Florida. Apalachicola is being buil ...

                                               

Armadillo-class tanker

The Armadillo class of tankers was a class of Type Z-ET1-S-C3 Liberty T1 tanker type, that were commissioned into the United States Navy. They were given the hull classification symbols of unclassified miscellaneous vessels. This group of Freedom ...

                                               

USS Beloit

USS Beloit will be a Freedom -class littoral combat ship of the United States Navy. She will be the first commissioned ship in naval service named after Beloit, Wisconsin. This honors the contributions Beloit has made to the US Navy, especially t ...

                                               

USS Canonicus (YT-187)

The third USS Canonicus was a United States Navy harbor tug which entered service in 1941 and was discarded in 1947. It was built in beaumont, Texas, as the Thomas E. Moran towing co. and buy them of the Navy on may 1, 1941. Renamed Canonicus, it ...

                                               

USS Cleveland (LCS-31)

USS Cleveland will be a Freedom -class littoral combat ship of the United States Navy. She will be the fourth commissioned ship in naval service named after Cleveland, the second-largest city in Ohio. Marinette Marine was awarded the contract to ...

                                               

USNS Cody

USNS Cody will be the fourteenth Spearhead -class expeditionary fast transport and will be operated by the Military Sealift Command. It will be the first ship in naval service named after Cody, Wyoming.

                                               

USS Cooperstown

USS Cooperstown will be a Freedom -class littoral combat ship of the United States Navy. She will be the first naval ship to be named after Cooperstown, New York. Ray Mabus, at that time Secretary of the Navy, announced the names of Cooperstown o ...

                                               

Crater-class cargo ship

Crater -class cargo ship is a category of EC2-S-C1 type Liberty ship freighters constructed by the United States Maritime Commission for use by the U.S. Navy during World War II. The designation EC2-S-C1 was composed of EC, 2 long), S, and C1 for ...

                                               

USS Dextrous (MCM-13)

USS Dextrous is an Avenger -class mine countermeasures ship in the United States Navy. She was built by Peterson shipbuilders, Sturgeon Bay, Wisconsin. Agile is based in Bahrain and is part of the US fifth fleet.

                                               

USS El Cano (IX-79)

USS El Cano, an unclassified miscellaneous vessel, was the only ship of the United States Navy to be named for Elcano. A schooner, she was acquired on 8 August 1942 as Pioneer, renamed El Cano on 17 August 1942, and served in a noncommissioned st ...

                                               

Tugboat Emily B

Tugboat Emily B was owned by the Wilmington Towing Company, Wilmington, North Carolina, and was loaned to the US Navy in 1918 for use as USS Gladiator during World War I. She was returned to her owners at the end of the war.

                                               

USS Enterprise (SP-790)

Enterprise was a private wooden motorboat owned by Elsie C. Stewart purchased by the United States Navy for.101 for non-commissioned service as a Section Patrol craft with the assigned number 790 in the 2nd Naval District during the period of Uni ...

                                               

USS Estelle (SP-747)

USS Estelle, later USS SP-747, was a United States Navy patrol vessel commissioned in 1917 and stricken in 1933. Estelle was built as a private motorboat of the same name. The U.S. Navy acquired her in 1917 for use as a section patrol vessel duri ...

                                               

USS Forbes (IX-90)

USS Forbes, an unclassified miscellaneous vessel, was the only ship of the United States Navy with that name. A sailing yacht formerly named Morning Star, Forbes served in a noncommissioned status in the 7th Naval District during World War II.

                                               

USS Frances II (SP-503)

USS Frances II, was a motorboat in United States Navy service from 1917 to 1918. Francis II was assigned to the 4th naval district during World War I, where she served in a noncommissioned status in 1917 and 1918.

                                               

USS Lannai (SP-242)

USS Lannai was a motorboat which the United States Navy at least considered for service - and may have placed in service - during World War I as a patrol vessel. Lannai received a section patrol number 242, indicating that it was in private owner ...

                                               

LSM-1-class landing ship medium

The LSM-1 -class Landing Ship Medium were a class of landing ships built for the United States Navy during World War II. The class began with the construction of LSM-1 on 5 may 1944 and continued through the construction and commissioning of LSM- ...

                                               

USS Manchester (LCS-14)

USS Manchester is an Independence -class littoral combat ship in the United States Navy. She is the second ship to be named for Manchester, New Hampshire. The ships keel was laid on 29 June 2015, in mobile, Alabama. Initials new Hampshire Senator ...

                                               

USS Marinette (LCS-25)

USS Marinette will be a Freedom -class littoral combat ship of the United States Navy. She will be the first commissioned ship, and second overall in naval service to be named after Marinette, Wisconsin, the other being Marinette, a Natick -class ...

                                               

USS Nantucket (LCS-27)

USS Nantucket will be a Freedom -class littoral combat ship of the United States Navy. She will be the third commissioned ship in naval service named after Nantucket. Marinette marine was awarded the contract to build the vessel on 6 October 2017.

                                               

USS Natalie Mae (SP-1005)

USS Natalie Mae was a United States Navy patrol vessel in commission during World War I. Natalie may, as is known, was assigned the section patrol number 1005 and worked on patrol in the 12th naval district in San Diego, California, ca. December ...

                                               

Natick-class tugboat

The Natick class is a class of harbor tugboats that have been active since the 1960s. Members of the class are named for Native American peoples and their members, USS Redwing excepted. As of 1 April 2015, five to eight Natick -class tugs remain ...

                                               

Cherokee-class tugboat

The Cherokee class of fleet tugboats, originally known as the Navajo class, were built for the United States Navy prior to the start of World War II. They represented a radical departure from previous ocean-going tug designs, and were far more ca ...

                                               

Ness-class combat stores ship

The Ness-class combat stores ship were a class of three Combat stores ships built by Swan Hunter for the Royal Navys Fleet Auxiliary in the mid 1960s. They were purchased by the United States Navy in the mid 1980s and renamed Sirius-class. They w ...

                                               

USNS Newport (T-EPF-12)

USNS Newport will be the twelfth Spearhead -class expeditionary fast transport and will be operated by the Military Sealift Command. It will be the fourth ship in naval service named after Newport, Rhode Island. Newport is under construction in m ...

                                               

USS Ontario (1863)

USS Ontario, a screw frigate laid down at the New York Navy Yard in 1863, was never launched. Work on the ship was suspended 27 November 1865, and her name was changed to New York on 15 May 1869. The ship was sold while still on the stocks on 12 ...

                                               

USS Pioneer (1836)

The first USS Pioneer was most likely a barque in the United States Navy, although some reports classify her a frigate and others as a brig. The pioneer was built in 1836 to the Navy yard Norfolk. Was in command of Josiah Tattnall, she was carryi ...

                                               

USS Ponce (SP-364)

USS Ponce was an 18-ton motorboat in the service of the United States Navy during World War I. She was returned or sold from service on December 19, 1917.

                                               

USS Porcupine (1813)

USS Porcupine was a gunboat schooner built by Adam and Noah Brown at Presque Isle, Pennsylvania, and commissioned in the United States Navy during the War of 1812 as part of Commodore Oliver Hazard Perry’s Lake Erie Fleet. Under the command of ac ...

                                               

USS Porpoise (SP-4)

USS Porpoise was probably a motorboat or yacht which the United States Navy at least considered for service – and may have placed in service – during World War I as a patrol vessel. Porpoise received one of the first section patrol numbers, indic ...

                                               

USS Portland (LPD-27)

USS Portland is a San Antonio -class amphibious transport dock ship of the United States Navy, named after the U.S. city of Portland, Oregon.

                                               

USS Reliable (SP-352)

USS Reliable was a boat or ship which the United States Navy at least considered for service during World War I. Although she received the section patrol number 352, no record of her characteristics or service have been found.

                                               

USS Sea Horse (1812)

The first USS Sea Horse was a one-gun schooner that the Navy purchased in 1812 for service on Lake Borgne, near New Orleans, Louisiana. She saw action as part of a squadron of gunboats, under the command of Lieutenant Thomas ap Catesby Jones, tha ...

                                               

USS SP-1595

USS SP-1595 was a United States Navy patrol vessel in commission during World War I. Almost no information on SP-1595, her name, experience, and characteristics are unknown. However, the photograph taken in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, January 15, ...

                                               

USS Starboard Unit (1918)

USS Starboard Unit was a United States Navy patrol vessel acquired in 1918 but never commissioned. The right unit was built as a civilian motorboat of the same name. November 5, 1918, the U.S. Navy acquired her under a free lease from her owner, ...

                                               

Supply-class fast combat support ship

The Supply -class fast combat support ships are a class of four United States Navy supply ships used to refuel, rearm, and restock ships in the United States Navy in both the Atlantic and Pacific Oceans. Only the supply ships of the US Navy able ...

                                               

USS Ticonderoga (1814)

The USS Ticonderoga was a schooner which served in the United States Navy from 1814-1825. The first vessel in navy service by that name, she was built as a merchant steamer in 1814 at Vergennes, Vermont, purchased by the Navy at Lake Champlain, c ...