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|86k||Chasers in dry-dock, Devonport, England
Left front is SC 259, middle front is SC 48, right rear is SC 354.
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|92k||Moored at Muirtown, Scotland near the Caledonian Canal, where they passed through the locks en route to the White Sea:
SC 354 (hull letters BT), SC 95 (hull letters AS) and SC 256 (hull letters AR).
G.S. Dole Collection.
|30k||Moored at Muirtown, Scotland
G.S. Dole Collection
|66k||A number of submarine chasers in english waters. SC-39, SC-342 and SC-354 are in the foreground||The Sixtant.Com World War II in the South Atlantic website|
|118k||Review of the Atlantic Fleet Minesweeping Squadron, November 1919. Ships of the squadron anchored in the Hudson River, off New York City, while being reviewed by Secretary of the Navy Josephus Daniels on 24 November 1919, following their return to the United States after taking part in clearing the North Sea mine barrage. Identifiable ships present include (left column, from front to rear): USS Turkey (Minesweeper No. 13); USS Quail (Minesweeper No. 15) with SC-354 alongside; USS Lark (Minesweeper No. 21) with SC-208 alongside; USS Swan (Minesweeper No. 34) with SC-356 alongside; and USS Flamingo (Minesweeper No. 32) with an unidentified submarine chaser alongside. (right column, from front to rear): USS Thrush (Minesweeper No. 18); Two unidentified minesweepers, one of which is probably USS Lapwing (Minesweeper No. 1); USS Kingfisher (Minesweeper No. 25); and, in no particular order, tugs Patapsco and Patuxent. USS SC-245 is at the far right, passing between the two anchored columns.
U.S. Navy photo NH 44904
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