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Major WIlliam E. Warner

Awards, Citations and Campaign Ribbons

Precedence of awards is from left to right
American Campaign Medal - World War II Victory Medal

Design 239 Tug:
  • Built by Equitable Equipment Co., Madisonville, LA (YN 137)
  • Delivered to the US Army Quartermaster Corps as the tug Major William E. Warner, August 1941
  • During World War II, stationed at Fort Chimo on Ungava Bay, Canada, date unknown to September 1945
  • Registered under Canadian flag to McNamara Construction Equipment, Whitby, Ontario as Seahound (C198867), 1957
  • Registered to Pitt Engineering Construction, Toronto, Ontario, rneamed Carolyn Jo, 1980
  • Registered to Dean Construction, LaSalle, Ontario, 1990s
  • Registered to Nadro Marine Services Ltd., Port Dover, Ontario, 1999
  • Renamed Seahound, 2000
  • Registered to McKeil Marine, Ltd., Burlington, Ontario, 2018
  • Final disposition, still active 2022
    Displacement unknown
    Length 64' 11"
    Beam 17' 5"
    Draft 7' 10"
    Speed unknown
    Complement unknown
    Cruise Radius unknown
    one Atlas Imperial diesel, 300 hp
    single propeller

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    Major William E. Warner
    Maj. WIlliam E. Warner
    87k Major William E. Warner as completed. Photo from wartime Columbian Bronze Corp. advertisement Dave Wright

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