Note: On Mystery's number: USS Mystery carried an "S.P." number painted on her bow. However, as was the case for many higher-numbered Section Patrol vessels, her official data card cites her registry number as "ID No. 2744", rather than "S.P. 2744", as would have been a typical data card citation for lower-numbered vessels.
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|In port, probably in the New York City area when she was inspected by the Third Naval District on 7 May 1918.
U.S. Navy photo NH 99683
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|Photographed circa 1918.
U.S. Navy photo NH 102045
Assigned to the 3d Naval District, Mystery served as a support ship for minesweepers operating in the approaches to New York harbor. Following the Armistice, she was returned to her owner
18 January 1919.
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