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|113k||YAG-8 moored pierside near the New York Navy Yard, 25 March 1942, one day before being placed in service. She has completed
conversion to a guardship and appears to be carrying a 4"/50 gun at each end and two of the planned 20mm guns.
US Navy photo # 19-N-29133, a US Navy Bureau of Ships photo now in the collections of the US Naval History and Heritage Command, courtesy Shipscribe.com.
|193k||USS YAG-8 moored pierside near the New York Navy Yard, 25 March 1942, one day before being placed in service.||Stan Svec|
| USS Manhasset (AG-47)
|101k||USS Manhasset (AG-47) moored pierside at Boston Navy Yard, 14 September 1943, after her reconfiguration as a weather ship and
shortly before being transferred to the Coast Guard. Note that as a weather ship she retained her gun platforms fore and aft but her mainmast was replaced by a lighter
mast stepped further forward. She lacked the weather balloon releasing tower of the Manasquan (AG-36) class, having been fitted with another type of balloon releasing
US Coast Guard Historian's Office photo, courtesy Shipscribe.com.
|94k||USS Manhasset (AG-49) in port, 14 September 1943. Like most weather ships, she was fitted with a weather balloon hangar deck aft. Manhasset provided weather service from 1942 to 1945 while assigned to 1st Naval District, at Boston, MA.
US Navy photo from "U.S. Coast Guard Cutters and Craft of World War II" by Robert L. Scheina.
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