SC-267 served both the U. S. Navy and Army
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|83k||Photo from "The Cinderellas of the Fleet" by LTJG William Washburn Nutting, Construction Corps, USNRF||Joe Radigan|
|71k||Alongside a pier at Wakefield, Massachusetts, circa 1918-1919. The freighter Clio is on the pier's other side. This may be the same ship that briefly served as USS Clio (ID 2578) in April 1918.
Photographed by Alton H. Blackinton, Boston, Massachusetts
U.S. Navy photo NH 41990
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|83k||"Y-Gun" Depth Charge Thrower, with depth charges in place, on board U.S. Navy Submarine Chaser 267 (SC-267), at a First Naval District (northeastern New England) port, circa 1918-1919.
Photographed by Alton H. Blackinton, Boston, Massachusetts.
U.S. Navy photo NH 41995
|01||ENS Louis M. Watson, USNRF||1918|
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