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Humming Bird (AMc 26)

Call sign:
November - Uniform - Kilo - Golf

Coastal Minesweeper: Built in 1938 as Whaling City by the Morse Shipyard, Thomaston, ME; Acquired by to the Navy, 30 October 1940; Placed in service as USS Humming Bird (AMc 26), 12 June 1941; Reclassified as a Small Boat C-13548, 12 June 1944; Placed out of service, 18 February 1944 at New York; Struck from the Naval Register, (date unknown); Transferred to the Maritime Commission and sold, (date unknown). Fate unknown.

Specifications: Displacement 180 t.; Length 90' 5"; Beam 19' 10"; Draft 9'; Speed 9 kts.; Complement unknown;
Armament unknown.
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