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Section Patrol Craft Photo Archive
USCGC Cedar (WAGL 207)
Nan - Roger - Yoke - Charlie
Call sign (1919):
George - Vice - Love - Mike
Cedar served the U. S. Lighthouse Service, Navy and Coast Guard.
Lighthouse Tender/Patrol Vessel:Built in 1917 by the Craig Shipbuilding Co., Long Beach, CACommissioned USLHT Cedar 30 June 1917Acquired by the Navy in August 1917 and commissioned USS CedarReturned to the Lighthouse Service in July 1919Reclassified as USCGC Cedar in 1939Designated WAGL-207 during World War IIDecommissioned 29 June 1950 and laid up at Seattle, WASold for scrap 27 June 1955 to Zidell Explorations, Inc. of Portland, OR.
Specifications:Displacement 1,970 t.1919 - 1,245 t.Length 200' 8"Length between perpendiculars 188'Beam 36' 6"Draft 13' 6"1919 - 18' 5"Speed 8 kts.Complement 291919 - 32Armament: None1943 - One 20mm mount and one depth charge track1945 - Two 20mm mounts and two depth charge tracksPropulsion: Two Scotch boilers, one 1,455ihp California Shipbuilding triple-expansion reciprocating vertical inverted steam engine, one shaft.
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||13 May 1944
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||13 May 1944
||Post World War II
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DANFS history entry located on the Naval Historical Center website
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Coast Guard History entry located on the Coast Guard History website
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