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District Auxiliary, Miscellanous


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YAG Photo Index
YAG-1 Tatoosh
YAG-2
YAG-3
YAG-4
YAG-5
YAG-6
YAG-7
YAG-8 Reclassified/Named Manhasset (AG-47)
YAG-9 Reclassified/Named Muskeget (AG-48)
YAG-10 Acquisition cancelled
YAG-11 Baranof
YAG-12
YAG-13 ex Palace (PYc-33)
YAG-14 ex Tourist (PYc-32)
YAG-15 Mindoro
YAG-16
YAG-17
YAG-18
YAG-19
YAG-20 ex YHB-15
YAG-21 ex YHB-17
YAG-22 Reclassified YF-568
YAG-23
YAG-24 Awahou
YAG-25 Port Whangarei
YAG-26 Taupata
YAG-27 Kohi
YAG-28
YAG-29
YAG-30
YAG-31
YAG-32 Christiana ex IX-80
YAG-33
YAG-34
YAG-35 Nashawena ex AG-142
YAG-36 Floyd W. Spencer
YAG-37 John L. Sullivan
YAG-38 Edward Kavanagh
YAG-39 George Eastman
YAG-40 Granville S. Hall
YAG-41 (See AGR-1 Guardian ex YAGR-1)
YAG-42 (See AGR-2 Lookout ex YAGR-2)
YAG-43 (See AGR-3 Skywatcher ex YAGR-3)
YAG-44 (See AGR-44 Searcher ex YAGR-4)
YAG-45/55 were Liberty ships converted to minesweepers for the Navy to Maritime Commission design EC2-S-22a.
They were never acquired by the USN, however.
YAG-45 John Marshall (MCE -2) Never Acquired
YAG-46 Eli Whitney (MCE-764) Never Acquired
YAG-47 George Chamberlain (MCE-560) Never Acquired
YAG-48 George Chaffey (MCE-671) Never Acquired
YAG-49 Clifford D. Mallory (MCE-952) Never Acquired
YAG-50 John Stevenson (MCE-1011) Never Acquired
YAG-51 R. Ney McNeely (MCE-1513) Never Acquired
YAG-52 Richard Richardson (MCE-1979) Never Acquired
YAG-53 William H. Ashley (MCE-2246) Never Acquired
YAG-54 Andrew J. Newbury (MCE-1238) Never Acquired
YAG-55 Arthur M. Huddell (MCE-1215) Never Acquired
YAG-56 (See EAG-153 Compass Island)
YAG-57 (See EAG-154 Observation Island) Reclassified AGM-23
YAG-58 Not assigned
YAG-59 Not assigned
YAG-60 Butternut ex ANL-9 ex YN-4
YAG-61 Monob One ex IX-309 ex YW-87
YAG-62 Deer Island
YAG-87 Saluda ex IX-87

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