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Wawasee (YTB-367) (1944 - 1962)
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Awards, Citations and Campaign Ribbons
American Campaign Medal - World War II Victory Medal - National Defense Service Medal
Sassaba Class District Harbor Tug, Large:
Laid down, 24 April 1944, at Consolidated Shipbuilding Corp., Morris Heights, N.Y.
Launched, 10 June 1944
Delivered and placed in service, as Wawasee (YTB-367), 27 October 1944, allocated to the 1st Naval District at Boston, MA.
Reclassified District Harbor Tug, Medium YTM-367 in February 1962
Placed out of service in May 1974
Struck from the Naval Register in May 1974
Final Disposition, sold for scrapping in May 1974
Displacement 345 t.(fl)
Draft 9' 7"
Speed 12 kts.
Propulsion diesel, single screw
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||USS Constellation (IX-20) is seen in floating dry dock USS ARD-16 at Pier 6 of the Boston Naval Shipyard on 5 August 1955. The harbor tug Chegodega (YTB-542) is seen at right, with Wawasee (YTB-367) at left. On the far left side, USS Mineral County (LST-988) is at Pier 5. (U.S. Navy photo, Boston National Historical Park Collection, NPS Cat. No. BOSTS-10726)
||Stephen P. Carlson Preservation Specialist Boston NHP Charlestown Navy Yard Boston, MA
||Wawasee (YTB-367) at Boston Naval Shipyard in August 1960.
||Wawasee (YTM-367) and Wasp (CVS-18) underway in Boston Harbor, 7 September 1964.
||Wawasee (YTM-367) underway in Boston Harbor, 7 September 1964. (Cropped from 140936702).
View the Wawasee (YTB-367 / YTM-367)
DANFS history entry located at the US Naval Historical Center
Crew Contact And Reunion Information
No Information Available
Additional Resources and Web Sites of Interest
National Association of Fleet Tug Sailors
Last Updated 15 August 2008
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