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YNg-21



YNg-21 call sign:
Nan - Able - Fox - Queen

ex-Dreadnaught (YT-34)
ex-Dreadnaught (ID 1951)



Navy call sign (1919):
George - Quack - Boy - Tare

Tug/Minesweeper:

  • Built in 1917 by the Union Iron Works, San Francisco, CA for the Rolph Navigation and Coal Company of San Francisco
  • Acquired by the Navy 17 May 1917
  • Commissioned USS Dreadnaught (ID 1951), 31 January 1918 at Mare Island Navy Shipyard, Vallejo, CA
  • Reclassified as a Harbor Tug, YT-34 in 1920
  • Decommissioned 14 March 1922 and placed in service
  • Reclassified as a Gate Tender (non-self propelled), YNg-21, 7 October 1940
  • Struck from the Navy Register in September 1944 and destroyed.

    Specifications:

  • Displacement 450 t.
  • Length 143'
  • Beam 28'
  • Draft 14' 10"
  • Speed 11 kts.
  • Complement 28
  • Armament: One 3" mount
  • Propulsion: Steam, one shaft.
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    Size Image Description Source
    Dreadnaught
    Dreadnaught 91k Underway, probably prior to her World War I era Naval service.
    U.S. Navy photo NH 94484
    Naval Historical Center
    USS Dreadnaught (YT 34)
    Dreadnaught 308k c. 1922
    Mare Island Navy Yard
    U.S. Navy photo
    Darryl Baker

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