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P. K. Bauman (SP 377)

Sunk 12 January 1918


  • Built in 1912 by Marcellus Mitchell Davis and Sons, Solomons, MD for Otis Douglas Fisheries of Reedville, Virginia
  • Acquired by the Navy 28 May 1917
  • Commissioned 10 August 1917 at Norfolk, VA
  • Struck a rock known as "Men au Treas" off L’Orient, France and sank 12 January 1918
  • Struck from the Navy Register 8 March 1918.


  • Displacement 304 t.
  • Length 158'
  • Beam 24'
  • Draft 8' 8"
  • Speed 12 mph
  • Armament: Two 3"/50 mounts and two machine guns.
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