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Road Runner (AMc 35)



Call sign:
November - Alpha - Papa - Foxtrot



Coastal Minesweeper: Built in 1939 as Treasure Island by the Western Boat Yard, Tacoma, WA; Acquired by the Navy, 27 November 1940; Placed in service as USS Road Runner (AMc 35), 2 June 1941; Placed out of service, 15 September 1944; Struck from the Naval Register, 14 October 1944; Transferred to the War Shipping Administration and sold to her former owner, 5 February 1945. Fate unknown.

Specifications: Displacement 175 t.; Length 81'; Beam 20' 8"; Draft 4' 5"; Speed 9 kts.; Complement 16; Armament two .30 cal. machine guns.
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