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| USS Monomoy (AG-40)
|299k||SS J. Floyd Massey, Jr. at Maryland Drydock Co., Baltimore, MD. in September 1941 during fitting out for naval service as USS Monomoy (AG-40).
Photo by Eliot Elisofon, Life Magazine. Used for educational and non-commercial purpose.
|51k||USS Monomoy (AG-40) near Baltimore, MD., circa December 1941 after completing conversion. As a weather reporting ship this
vessel lost all of its cargo handling booms and most of its rig. The round structure aft was for inflating and launching weather balloons.
US Naval History and Heritage Command. Photo No. 19-N-26273, courtesy Shipscribe.com.
|176k||USS Monomoy (AG-40) in drydock, 27 August 1943, at Maryland Drydock Co., Baltimore, MD. Monomoy assigned to 1st Naval District at Boston, MA., and served as a weather ship from 1942 to 1943 before being transferred to the Coast Guard.||Robert Hurst|
|USCGC Monomoy (WAG-275)
|108k||USCGC Monomoy (WAG-275) under way 16 October 1943 after completing conversion to an Armed Guard training ship. Her armament, very heavy for an auxiliary vessel, consisted of one 5"/38 in the after well deck, two 4"/50 side by side in the forward well deck, and two 3"/50, one forward and one aft. The bulwarks in her well decks have been cut down to deck level and replaced with railings.
US Coast Guard Historian's Office photo.
| Commanding Officers|
|01||LCDR. Desses, Emmanuel, USCG||27 December 1941 - 22 October 1943||WAG-275|
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