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CG-199 (1925 - 1934)
November - Charlie - Golf - Bravo
Awards, Citations and Campaign Ribbons
Precedence of awards is top to bottom, left to right
American Defense Service Medal - American Campaign Medal - World War II Victory Medal
District Patrol Craft
Built by Chance Marine Construction Co., Annapolis, MD
Launched, date unknown
Commissioned as CG-199, 1925
Stationed at Charleston, SC and Norfolk, VA, 1925-1934
Transferred to Navy, 1934
Placed in service as YP-21, 15 January 1934
Assigned to U.S. Naval Academy, Annapolis, MD, for midshipmen training, 1934-1943
Transferred to Great Lakes for midshipmen training at Northwestern University, November 1943
Struck from the Naval Register, 07 February 1946
To WSA (War Shipping Administration) for disposal, August 1946
Final disposition, fate unknown
Displacement 37.5 tons
Length 74' 11"
Beam 13' 7"
Draft 3' 9"
Speed 12 knots
two Sterling 6-cylinder gasoline engines
two propellers, 500shp
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||YP-21 is in the foreground along with some sisters, probably including YP-10 and YP-11. The USS Cumberland (IX-8), in the background, is serving as a barracks ship for mess attendants at the US Naval Academy at Annapolis, MD., in June 1938.
US Naval History and Heritage photo # NH 66890
There is no DANFS history record available for YP-21 at NavSource
Crew Contact And Reunion Information
U.S. Navy Memorial Foundation - Navy Log
Last Updated 12 December 2017
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