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SC-1498



Call sign:
Nan - Uncle - Queen - King


PC-1498 served the Navies of the United States and the Soviet Union.

SC-497 Class Submarine Chaser:

  • Laid down 14 August 1943 by the Thomas Knutson Shipbuilding Corp., Halesite, Long Island, NY
  • Launched 21 March 1944
  • Commissioned USS SC-1498, 15 May 1944
  • Transferred to the Soviet Union 24 June 1944 and reclassified BO-222
  • Placed in service 5 July 1944
  • Arrived in Polyarny, Murmansk on August 25, 1944 and became a member of the Northern Fleet
  • Participated in the Petsamo-Kirkenes Offensive in October 1944Used as atraining vessel between 15 January - 12 March 1945
  • Li>Placed out of service 17 October 1955 and reclassified BRN-4
  • Scuttled 25 June 1956 off the Kildinsky Reach by agreement with the United States.

    Specifications:

  • Displacement 95 t.
  • Length 110' 10"
  • Beam 17'
  • Draft 6' 6"
  • Speed 21 kts.
  • Complement 28
  • Armament: One 40mm gun mount, three 20mm mounts, one/two twin .50 cal. machine guns, two/three depth charge projector "K Guns", 14 depth charges with six single release chocks and
    two sets Mk20 Mousetrap rails with four 7.2 projectiles
  • Propulsion: Two 880bhp General Motors 8-268A diesel engines, Snow and Knobstedt single reduction gear, two shafts.
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