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Lake Moor (ID 2180)



Call sign:
Love - Jig - Fox - Tare

Sunk 11 April 1918

Freighter:

  • Built in 1917 as Maski by the McDougal-Duluth Co., Duluth, MI
  • Renamed Lake Moor during construction
  • Acquired by the Navy 4 January 1918 and commissioned USS Lake Moor (ID 2180) the same day
  • Torpedoed 11 April 1918 by the German submarine UB-73 and sunk 3 miles off Corsewall Light, Scotland.

    Specifications:

  • Displacement 1,935 t.
  • Length 261'
  • Beam 43' 6"
  • Draft 20'
  • Speed 8.5 kts.
  • Complement 56
  • Armament: One 5" mount and one 3" mount
  • Propulsion: One 1,200ihp steam engine, one shaft.
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