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Revenue Cutter Photo Archive
USCGC Androscoggin (CG 14)
Call sign (1919):
George - Vice - Have - King
Androscoggin served the Revenue Cutter Service, the U. S. Navy and the Coast Guard
Androscoggin Class Revenue Cutter:Built in 1907 by Rodermond Brothers, Tompkins Cove, NYLaunched 16 January 1907Commissioned 8 July 1908Acquired by the Navy in April 1917Returned to the Treasury Department 22 September 1919Decommissioned 26 August 1921 at South Baltimore, MDSold 10 May 1922 to Charles A. Jording of BaltimoreFate unknown.
Specifications:Displacement 1,605 t.Length 210'Beam 35' 2"Draft 17' 6"1919 - 26' 3"Speed 13.2 kts.Complement 441919 - 74Armament: Four 6-pounders1918 - Three 3"/50 mounts, one 6-pounder, two machine guns and one Y-gun depth charge projectorPropulsion: Two single ended boilers, one 1,600hp triple expansion steam engine, one shaft.
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Coast Guard photo
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||Photo from the 1919 edition of Jane's Fighting Ships
|01||CAPT H. M. Broadbent, USRCS||1910|
|02||CAPT George M. Daniels, USRCS||1912|
|03||CAPT W. E. W. Hall, USRCS||1914|
|04||CAPT Henry Granville Fisher, USCG||1919|
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