Specifications: Displacement 26 t.; Length 71'; Beam 13'; Speed 24 kts.; Complement 10; Armament one 3-pounder, one 1-pounder and two machine guns; Propulsion two 400hp Duesenberg engines.
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|92k||Photographed prior to her World War I Navy service.
U.S. Navy photo NH 101355
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Assigned to the 2d Naval District, Mystery operated out of the section base at Block Island, R.I., during World War I. She patrolled the coastal waters of Connecticut and Rhode Island as well as approaches to Long Island Sound. She was returned to her owner 11 January 1919.
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