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Revenue Cutter Photo Archive
USCGC Hemlock (WAGL 217)
Nan - Roger - Yoke - Easy
Hemlock served both the U.S. Light House Service and Coast Guard
Coast Guard Cutter:Built in 1934 by Berg Shipbuilding Company, Seattle, WashingtonCommissioned USLHT Hemlock in 1934Reclasified USCGC Hemlock (WAGL 217) in 1939Decommissioned 17 June 1958Sold 2 August 1961Fate unknown.
Specifications:Displacement 1,005 t.Length 174' 6"Beam 32'Draft 13' 3"Complement 47Speed 8 kts.Armament: One depth charge track (1945)Propulsion: Two Foster-Wheeler watertube boilers, two 500bhp triple expansion steam engines, two shafts.
View the USCGC Hemlock (WAGL 217)
Coast Guard history entry located on the USCG Historian's Office website
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