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Comet (SP 722)


Trawler: Built in 1910 by E.W. Heath and Co., Tacoma, WA; Acquired by the Navy 26 November 1917; Commissioned 15 February 1918; Returned to her owner, the San Juan Fishing and Packing Co., Seattle, WA on 23 August 1918. Fate unknown.

Specifications: Displacement 107 t.; Length unknown; Beam unknown; Draft unknown; Speed unknown; Complement unknown; Armament unknown.


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Comet 117k In a West Coast port, prior to her World War I era Navy service. The smaller fishing boat Imperial is just astern.
USN photo NH 100869
Naval Historical Center
Comet 103k At what appears to be the Puget Sound Navy Yard, Bremerton, Washington, possibly when she was taken over by the Navy for World War I service.
USN photo NH 100870
Naval Historical Center

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