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Section Patrol Craft Photo Archive
Inca (ID 3219)
Tug:Built in 1879 by J. H. Dialogue and Sons, Camden, NJAcquired by the Navy 31 July 1918Commissioned 2 August 1918Struck from the Navy list 1 February 1919Out of documentation in 1950Fate unknown.
Specifications:Displacement 103 t.Length 101'Beam 20'Draft 7' 9"Speed 12 kts.Armament: NonePropulsion: One single-ended boiler, one 450hp verticle compound steam engine, one shaft.
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Parris Island, SC
Dictionary of American Naval Fighting Ships: The fourth Inca, an iron tug, was built in 1879 by J. H. Dialogue & Sons, Camden, N. J.; and acquired by the Navy 31 July 1918. She commissioned
2 August 1918.
The tug was assigned to the 6th Naval District, and operated until after World War I ended at Parris Island Marine Barracks, S.C. She was stricken from the Navy List 1 February 1919.
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