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PC497, 9/1942- SC497     Westergard, Rockport 3/1941 4/7/1941 4/1942 to France 3/1944 (Ch96)
PC498, 9/1942- SC498     Westergard, Rockport 3/1941 21/7/1941 4/1942 to France 10/1944 (Ch142)
PC499, 9/1942- SC499     Fisher, Detroit 2/1941 24/10/1941 3/1942 Coast Guard SAR cutter 8/1945
PC500, 9/1942- SC500     Fisher, Detroit 2/1941 11/10/1941 3/1942 to Soviet Union 6/1945 (ΑΞ-319<BO-319>)
PC501, 9/1942- SC501     Seabrook Yacht, Houston 4/1941 24/1/1942 4/1942 miscellaneous auxiliary IX100 Racer 4/1943
PC502, 9/1942- SC502     Seabrook Yacht, Houston 5/1941 31/1/1942 6/1942 to Maritime Comm. 3/1948
PC503, 9/1942- SC503     Rice Bros, E. Boothbay 1/1941 14/3/1942 4/1942 to France 11/1944 (Ch112)
PC504, 9/1942- SC504     Rice Bros, E. Boothbay 1/1941 14/3/1942 5/1942 to Maritime Comm. 9/1946
PC505, 9/1942- SC505     Luders Marine, Stamford 2/1941 23/2/1942 4/1942 to Maritime Comm. 5/1947
PC506, 9/1942- SC506     Luders Marine, Stamford 3/1941 30/1/1942 4/1942 to France 9/1944 (Ch113)
PC507, 9/1942- SC507     Mathis Yacht, Camden 2/1941 30/6/1941 1/1942 to France 11/1944 (Ch85)
PC508, 9/1942- SC508     Mathis Yacht, Camden 2/1941 25/7/1941 3/1942 to France 3/1944 (Ch95)
PC511, 9/1942- SC511     American Cruiser, Detroit 8/1941 1/4/1942 6/1942 Coast Guard SAR cutter 8/1945
PC512, 9/1942- SC512     American Cruiser, Detroit 8/1941 26/3/1942 7/1942 Coast Guard SAR cutter 10/1945
PC513, 9/1942- SC513     Quincy Adams, Quincy 5/1941 20/1/1942 3/1942 to Maritime Comm. 10/1945
PC514, 9/1942- SC514     Quincy Adams, Quincy 6/1941 7/3/1942 4/1942 to Maritime Comm. 3/1948
PC515, 9/1942- SC515     Elizabeth City 4/1941 20/9/1941 4/1942 to France 10/1944 (Ch121)
PC516, 9/1942- SC516     Elizabeth City 5/1941 11/10/1941 5/1942 to France 3/1944 (Ch81)
PC517, 9/1942- SC517     Elizabeth City 5/1941 11/10/1941 5/1942 to France 3/1944 (Ch82)
PC518, 9/1942- SC518     Elizabeth City 6/1941 12/11/1941 5/1942 destroyed 13/7/1948
PC519, 9/1942- SC519     Vineyard, Milford 6/1941 14/3/1942 4/1942 to France 3/1944 (Ch83)
PC520, 9/1942- SC520     Vineyard, Milford 7/1941 18/4/1942 5/1942 to Maritime Comm. 9/1947
PC521, 9/1942- SC521     Annapolis Yacht 5/1941 1/2/1942 4/1942 foundered 10/7/1945
PC522, 9/1942- SC522     Annapolis Yacht 5/1941 18/2/1942 4/1942 to France 9/1944 (Ch111)
PC524, 9/1942- SC524     Mathis Yacht, Camden 5/1941 19/9/1941 4/1942 to France 10/1944 (Ch101)
PC525, 9/1942- SC525     Mathis Yacht, Camden 7/1941 21/11/1941 5/1942 to France 10/1944 (Ch102)
PC526, 9/1942- SC526     Mathis Yacht, Camden 7/1941 30/12/1941 5/1942 to France 9/1944 (Ch114)
PC527, 9/1942- SC527     Mathis Yacht, Camden 9/1941 21/1/1942 5/1942 stricken 2/1946
PC528, 9/1942- SC528     Mathis Yacht, Camden 10/1941 17/2/1942 6/1942 for disposal 2/1947
PC529, 9/1942- SC529     Mathis Yacht, Camden 11/1941 16/3/1942 6/1942 to France 3/1944 (Ch84)
PC530, 9/1942- SC530     Westergard, Rockport 3/1941 16/8/1941 5/1942 to France 11/1944 (Ch115)
PC531, 9/1942- SC531     Westergard, Rockport 3/1941 4/9/1941 5/1942 to Maritime Comm. 2/1948
PC532, 9/1942- SC532     Luders Marine, Stamford 4/1941 7/4/1942 5/1942 to France 11/1944 (Ch103)
PC533, 9/1942- SC533     Luders Marine, Stamford 5/1941 13/4/1942 6/1942 to France 10/1944 (Ch104)
PC534, 9/1942- SC534     Luders Marine, Stamford 5/1941 27/4/1942 7/1942 to France 10/1944 (Ch122)
PC535, 9/1942- SC535     Luders Marine, Stamford 6/1941 9/7/1942 7/1942 to France 11/1944 (Ch143)
PC536, 9/1942- SC536     Peterson Boat, Sturgeon 4/1941 5/3/1942 4/1942 Coast Guard SAR cutter 2/1946
PC537, 9/1942- SC537     Peterson Boat, Sturgeon 4/1941 21/3/1942 5/1942 to Soviet Union 6/1945 (ΑΞ-304<BO-304>)
PC538, 9/1942- SC538     Peterson Boat, Sturgeon 5/1941 1/4/1942 5/1942 to Soviet Union 8/1945 (ΑΞ-321<BO-321>)
PC539, 9/1942- SC539     Peterson Boat, Sturgeon 5/1941 7/4/1942 5/1942 Coast Guard SAR cutter 12/1945
PC540, 9/1942- SC540     Robinson Marine, Benton Harbor 7/1941 7/4/1942 4/1942 Coast Guard SAR cutter 4/1945
PC541, 9/1942- SC541     Robinson Marine, Benton Harbor 8/1941 11/4/1942 5/1942 Coast Guard SAR cutter 10/1945
PC628, 9/1942- SC628, 8/1945- SCC628     Quincy Adams, Quincy 8/1941 15/4/1942 4/1942 to Maritime Comm. 5/1947
PC629, 9/1942- SC629, 8/1945- SCC629     Quincy Adams, Quincy 9/1941 27/4/1942 5/1942 to Maritime Comm. 3/1949
PC630, 9/1942- SC630, 8/1945- SCC630     Mathis Yacht, Camden 12/1941 18/4/1942 6/1942 to Maritime Comm. 3/1948
PC631, 9/1942- SC631     Mathis Yacht, Camden 1/1942 19/6/1942 8/1942 to Maritime Comm. 3/1948
SC632     Mathis Yacht, Camden 2/1942 25/6/1942 9/1942 wrecked 16/9/1945
SC633     Mathis Yacht, Camden 3/1942 3/7/1942 9/1942 destroyed 4/4/1946
SC634     Mathis Yacht, Camden 4/1942 10/7/1942 9/1942 to Soviet Union 6/1945 (ΑΞ-309<BO-309>)
SC635     Mathis Yacht, Camden 6/1942 12/10/1942 10/1942 Coast Guard SAR cutter 10/1945
PC636, 9/1942- SC636     Vineyard, Milford 1/1942 14/5/1942 7/1942 wrecked 9/10/1945
PC637, 9/1942- SC637     Vineyard, Milford 12/1941 10/6/1942 7/1942 for disposal 10/1948
PC638, 9/1942- SC638     Elizabeth City 8/1941 20/12/1941 6/1942 to France 9/1944 (Ch116)
PC639, 9/1942- SC639     Elizabeth City 8/1941 31/12/1941 6/1942 to France 5/1944 (Ch93)
PC640, 9/1942- SC640     Elizabeth City 8/1941 17/1/1942 7/1942 to Maritime Comm. 12/1946
PC641, 9/1942- SC641     Elizabeth City 10/1941 12/2/1942 7/1942 to Maritime Comm. 3/1948
PC642, 9/1942- SC642     Peterson Boat, Sturgeon 10/1941 30/5/1942 8/1942 Coast Guard SAR cutter 1/1946
PC643, 9/1942- SC643     Peterson Boat, Sturgeon 11/1941 10/6/1942 8/1942 to Soviet Union 8/1945 (ΑΞ-322<BO-322>)
SC644, 12/1943- PGM1     Peterson Boat, Sturgeon 11/1941 27/6/1942 10/1942 gunboat 12/1943, for disposal 5/1947
SC645     Peterson Boat, Sturgeon 1/1942 26/7/1942 9/1942 to Maritime Comm. 3/1948
PC646, 9/1942- SC646     Robinson Marine, Benton Harbor 9/1941 21/5/1942 7/1942 to Soviet Union 5/1945 (ΑΞ-310<BO-310>)
PC647, 9/1942- SC647     Robinson Marine, Benton Harbor 9/1941 27/6/1942 8/1942 to Soviet Union 5/1945 (ΑΞ-308<BO-308>)
PC648, 9/1942- SC648     Delaware Bay, Leesburg 10/1941 18/4/1942 7/1942 to China 6/1948
PC649, 9/1942- SC649     Delaware Bay, Leesburg 10/1941 18/4/1942 7/1942 to France 6/1944 (Ch91)
PC650, 9/1942- SC650     Westergard, Rockport 10/1941 30/4/1942 7/1942 for disposal 1/1947
PC651, 9/1942- SC651     Westergard, Rockport 11/1941 14/5/1942 8/1942 to France 11/1944 (Ch135)
PC652, 9/1942- SC652     Julius Peterson, Nyack 12/1941 18/4/1942 6/1942 for disposal 5/1947
PC653, 9/1942- SC653     Julius Peterson, Nyack 12/1941 18/4/1942 7/1942 Coast Guard SAR cutter 10/1945
PC654, 9/1942- SC654     Westergard, Rockport 9/1941 4/5/1942 7/1942 sunk as target 18/12/1945
PC655, 9/1942- SC655     Westergard, Rockport 10/1941 12/5/1942 8/1942 to France 10/1944 (Ch144)
PC656, 9/1942- SC656     Snow, Rockland 12/1941 2/5/1942 8/1942 Coast Guard SAR cutter 1/1946
SC657     Snow, Rockland 12/1941 22/6/1942 9/1942 to Soviet Union 6/1945 (ΑΞ-307<BO-307>)
PC658, 9/1942- SC658     American Cruiser, Detroit 12/1941 6/6/1942 8/1942 to Maritime Comm. 1/1948, to France
SC659     American Cruiser, Detroit 12/1941 29/6/1942 10/1942 Coast Guard SAR cutter 10/1945
SC660     Burger, Manitowoc 12/1941 20/6/1942 9/1942 to Soviet Union 6/1945 (ΑΞ-311<BO-311>)
SC661     Burger, Manitowoc 12/1941 26/6/1942 10/1942 to Soviet Union 5/1945 (ΑΞ-303<BO-303>)
PC662, 9/1942- SC662     Fisher, Detroit 11/1941 11/4/1942 6/1942 Coast Guard SAR cutter 10/1945
PC663, 9/1942- SC663     Fisher, Detroit 11/1941 22/4/1942 7/1942 to Soviet Union 6/1945 (ΑΞ-318<BO-318>)
PC664, 9/1942- SC664     Dachel-Carter, Benton Harbor 11/1941 21/5/1942 8/1942 for disposal 12/1946
PC665, 9/1942- SC665     Dachel-Carter, Benton Harbor 11/1941 12/5/1942 8/1942 sold 6/1950
SC666     Weaver, Orange 10/1941 17/3/1942 9/1942 to France 9/1944 (Ch134)
SC667, 8/1945- SCC667     Weaver, Orange 10/1941 4/4/1942 9/1942 to Maritime Comm. 3/1948
PC668, 9/1942- SC668     Daytona Beach 11/1941 12/3/1942 7/1942 sold 11/1946
PC669, 9/1942- SC669     Daytona Beach 11/1941 21/3/1942 7/1942 to Maritime Comm. 3/1947
SC670     Inland Waterways, Duluth 11/1941 6/7/1942 9/1942 Coast Guard SAR cutter 3/1946
SC671     Inland Waterways, Duluth 11/1941 8/8/1942 10/1942 sold 12/1946
PC672, 9/1942- SC672     Walter E. Abrams, Halesite 10/1941 2/5/1942 6/1942 Coast Guard SAR cutter 10/1945
PC673, 9/1942- SC673     Walter E. Abrams, Halesite 11/1941 16/5/1942 7/1942 to Soviet Union 6/1945 (ΑΞ-316<BO-316>)
PC674, 9/1942- SC674     Hiltebrant, Kingston 10/1941 13/3/1942 8/1942 to Soviet Union 5/1945 (ΑΞ-306<BO-306>)
SC675     Hiltebrant, Kingston 11/1941 19/3/1942 9/1942 to Soviet Union 6/1945 (ΑΞ-314<BO-314>)
PC676, 9/1942- SC676     W. A. Robinson, Ipswich 1/1942 23/6/1942 7/1942 to France 10/1944 (Ch105)
PC677, 9/1942- SC677     W. A. Robinson, Ipswich 2/1942 27/7/1942 8/1942 disposed 3/1946
SC678     Walter E. Abrams, Halesite 3/1942 17/8/1942 11/1942 disposed 4/1948
SC679     Walter E. Abrams, Halesite 3/1942 29/8/1942 12/1942 to France 3/1951 (Ch736)
SC680     Walter E. Abrams, Halesite 3/1942 7/9/1942 1/1943 to Maritime Comm. 11/1946
SC681     Walter E. Abrams, Halesite 3/1942 30/9/1942 3/1943 to Maritime Comm. 11/1946
SC682     American Cruiser, Detroit 4/1942 18/9/1942 11/1942 Coast Guard SAR cutter 10/1945
SC683     American Cruiser, Detroit 4/1942 14/10/1942 11/1942 to Norway 10/1943 (Hessa)
SC684     American Cruiser, Detroit 7/1942 21/11/1942 1/1943 Coast Guard SAR cutter 1/1946
SC685     American Cruiser, Detroit 7/1942 25/3/1943 5/1943 to Soviet Union 7/1945 (ΑΞ-302<BO-302>)
SC686, 8/1945- SCC686     American Cruiser, Detroit 11/1942 15/4/1943 7/1943 wrecked 9/10/1945
SC687     American Cruiser, Detroit 1/1943 5/6/1943 8/1943 to Soviet Union 5/1945 (ΑΞ-301<BO-301>)
SC688     Annapolis Yacht 4/1942 22/8/1942 11/1942 to Maritime Comm. 10/1946
SC689     Annapolis Yacht 4/1942 15/8/1942 11/1942 to Maritime Comm. 9/1946
SC690     Annapolis Yacht 5/1942 7/9/1942 12/1942 to France 10/1944 (Ch106)
SC691     Annapolis Yacht 5/1942 19/9/1942 12/1942 to France 9/1944 (Ch132)
SC692     Calderwood, Manchester 3/1942 25/9/1942 11/1942 to France 11/1944 (Ch131)
SC693     Calderwood, Manchester 5/1942 24/10/1942 1/1943 to France 9/1944 (Ch107)
SC694     Daytona Beach 3/1942 25/5/1942 9/1942 sunk 23/8/1943
SC695     Daytona Beach 3/1942 4/7/1942 10/1942 to France 11/1944 (Ch133)
SC696     Daytona Beach 3/1942 6/8/1942 11/1942 sunk 23/8/1943
SC697     Daytona Beach 3/1942 15/8/1942 12/1942 to France 5/1944 (Ch92)
SC698     Delaware Bay, Leesburg 3/1942 7/8/1942 9/1942 to China 6/1949 (褚鑒 103 <Chu Chien 103>)
SC699     Delaware Bay, Leesburg 3/1942 7/9/1942 10/1942 to Philippines 7/1948
SC700     Delaware Bay, Leesburg 3/1942 7/9/1942 11/1942 fire 10/3/1944
SC701     Delaware Bay, Leesburg 4/1942 17/9/1942 12/1942 to Maritime Comm. 3/1948
SC702     Delaware Bay, Leesburg 5/1942 10/10/1942 12/1942 to Maritime Comm. 12/1946
SC703     Delaware Bay, Leesburg 5/1942 28/11/1942 1/1943 to China 9/1947
SC704     Elizabeth City 3/1942 6/4/1942 9/1942 for disposal 10/1948
SC705     Elizabeth City 3/1942 24/4/1942 10/1942 to Maritime Comm. 9/1946
SC706     Elizabeth City 3/1942 26/6/1942 10/1942 to Maritime Comm. 9/1946
SC707     Elizabeth City 4/1942 10/6/1942 10/1942 to Maritime Comm. 8/1946
SC708     Elizabeth City 5/1942 26/6/1942 11/1942 to China 9/1947 (褚鑒 102 <Chu Chien 102>)
SC709     Elizabeth City 6/1942 15/7/1942 11/1942 grounded 21/1/1943
SC710     Dooleys Basin, Fort Lauderdale 3/1942 7/9/1942 11/1942 Coast Guard SAR cutter 8/1945
SC711     Dooleys Basin, Fort Lauderdale 4/1942 17/10/1942 1/1943 Coast Guard SAR cutter 10/1945
SC712, 8/1945- SCC712     Fisher, Detroit 3/1942 25/7/1942 9/1942 to Maritime Comm. 2/1948
SC713     Fisher, Detroit 4/1942 25/7/1942 10/1942 to Soviet Union 5/1945 (ΑΞ-313<BO-313>)
SC714     Fisher, Detroit 4/1942 17/9/1942 11/1942 Coast Guard SAR cutter 12/1945
SC715     Fisher, Detroit 5/1942 23/10/1942 12/1942 Coast Guard SAR cutter 1/1946
SC716     Fisher, Detroit 5/1942 20/11/1942 1/1943 stricken 5/1950
SC717     Fisher, Detroit 7/1942 14/12/1942 5/1943 Coast Guard SAR cutter 10/1945
SC718     Fisher, Detroit 9/1942 31/3/1943 5/1943 to Norway 10/1943 (Hitra)
SC719     Fisher, Detroit 9/1942 3/4/1943 7/1943 to Soviet Union 8/1943 (ΑΞ-210<BO-210>)
SC720     Fisher, Detroit 11/1942 10/4/1943 8/1943 to Soviet Union 9/1943 (ΑΞ-211<BO-211>)
SC721     Fisher, Detroit 11/1942 17/4/1943 8/1943 to Soviet Union 9/1943 (ΑΞ-212<BO-212>)
SC722     Harbor Boat, Terminal Island 3/1942 15/5/1942 11/1942 to China 6/1948
SC723     Harbor Boat, Terminal Island 3/1942 10/6/1942 12/1942 to China 6/1948
SC724     Harbor Boat, Terminal Island 4/1942 2/7/1942 12/1942 to Maritime Comm. 12/1946
SC725     Harbor Boat, Terminal Island 4/1942 23/7/1942 1/1943 to Maritime Comm. 12/1946
SC726     Harbor Boat, Terminal Island 4/1942 12/8/1942 1/1943 to Maritime Comm. 11/1946
SC727, 8/1945- SCC727     Harbor Boat, Terminal Island 5/1942 7/9/1942 2/1943 for disposal 5/1947
SC728     Harbor Boat, Terminal Island 5/1942 30/11/1942 3/1943 to Maritime Comm. 12/1946
SC729     Harbor Boat, Terminal Island 5/1942 25/1/1943 4/1943 to Maritime Comm. 3/1948
SC730     Hiltebrant, Kingston 3/1942 5/6/1942 11/1942 to Maritime Comm. 12/1946
SC731     Hiltebrant, Kingston 4/1942 27/6/1942 12/1942 to Philippines 6/1948 (Cagayan)
SC732     Hiltebrant, Kingston 4/1942 27/6/1942 12/1942 to Philippines 7/1948
SC733     Hiltebrant, Kingston 6/1942 10/8/1942 1/1943 to Maritime Comm. 4/1948
SC734     Al Larson, Terminal Island 4/1942 18/7/1942 12/1942 for disposal 4/1947
SC735     Al Larson, Terminal Island 4/1942 29/8/1942 3/1943 to China 6/1948
SC736     Liberty, Brooklyn 4/1942 29/10/1942 2/1943 to Philippines 7/1948 (Mountain Province)
SC737     Liberty, Brooklyn 4/1942 15/12/1942 5/1943 for disposal 8/1947
SC738     Julius Peterson, Nyack 3/1942 27/6/1942 10/1942 for disposal 12/1947
SC739     Julius Peterson, Nyack 3/1942 4/7/1942 10/1942 to Philippines 7/1948 (Ilocus Sur)
SC740     Julius Peterson, Nyack 3/1942 14/7/1942 11/1942 grounded 17/6/1943
SC741     Julius Peterson, Nyack 4/1942 3/8/1942 12/1942 for disposal 8/1946
SC742     Julius Peterson, Nyack 4/1942 17/8/1942 1/1943 to Philippines 7/1948
SC743     Julius Peterson, Nyack 4/1942 26/8/1942 2/1943 to Philippines 7/1948
PC744, 9/1942- SC744     Quincy Adams, Quincy 2/1942 23/5/1942 7/1942 sunk 27/11/1944
PC745, 9/1942- SC745     Quincy Adams, Quincy 3/1942 15/6/1942 8/1942 for disposal 2/1948
PC746, 9/1942- SC746     Quincy Adams, Quincy 4/1942 8/7/1942 8/1942 for disposal 4/1948
SC747     Quincy Adams, Quincy 4/1942 28/7/1942 9/1942 to Philippines 7/1948 (Surigao)
SC748     Quincy Adams, Quincy 4/1942 21/8/1942 9/1942 for disposal 1/1948
SC749     Quincy Adams, Quincy 5/1942 7/9/1942 10/1942 for disposal 4/1948
SC750     Quincy Adams, Quincy 6/1942 26/9/1942 11/1942 to Philippines 7/1948 (Isabella)
SC751     Quincy Adams, Quincy 8/1942 15/10/1942 11/1942 grounded 22/6/1943
SC752     Robinson Marine, Benton Harbor 5/1942 7/12/1942 2/1943 to Soviet Union 8/1945 (ΑΞ-325<BO-325>)
SC753     Robinson Marine, Benton Harbor 5/1942 4/1/1943 4/1943 Coast Guard SAR cutter 12/1945
SC754     Robinson Marine, Benton Harbor 6/1942 23/2/1943 5/1943 to Soviet Union 8/1945 (ΑΞ-324<BO-324>)
SC755     Robinson Marine, Benton Harbor 6/1942 3/4/1943 5/1943 to Maritime Comm. 1/1948
SC756     Robinson Marine, Benton Harbor 7/1942 15/5/1943 7/1943 to Soviet Union 9/1945 (ΑΞ-335<BO-335>)
SC757, 12/1943- PGM2     Robinson Marine, Benton Harbor 7/1942 17/6/1943 8/1943 gunboat 12/1943, stricken 6/1946
SC758     Robinson Marine, Benton Harbor 8/1942 28/7/1943 9/1943 Coast Guard SAR cutter 1/1946
SC759     Robinson Marine, Benton Harbor 8/1942 26/8/1943 10/1943 to Maritime Comm. 1/1948
SC760, 8/1945- SCC760     W. A. Robinson, Ipswich 3/1942 11/8/1942 9/1942 to Maritime Comm. 2/1948
SC761     W. A. Robinson, Ipswich 3/1942 24/8/1942 9/1942 to Maritime Comm. 3/1948
SC762     W. A. Robinson, Ipswich 3/1942 14/9/1942 10/1942 to Brazil 12/1942 (Jutaí)
SC763     W. A. Robinson, Ipswich 3/1942 25/9/1942 10/1942 to Brazil 12/1942 (Javari)
SC764     W. A. Robinson, Ipswich 4/1942 12/10/1942 10/1942 to Brazil 12/1942 (Juruá)
SC765     W. A. Robinson, Ipswich 4/1942 12/11/1942 12/1942 to Brazil 2/1943 (Jaguarão)
SC766     W. A. Robinson, Ipswich 4/1942 27/10/1942 11/1942 to Brazil 12/1942 (Juruena)
SC767     W. A. Robinson, Ipswich 4/1942 7/12/1942 1/1943 to Brazil 2/1943 (Jaguaribe)
SC768     Seabrook Yacht 4/1942 8/8/1942 11/1942 for disposal 4/1948
SC769     Seabrook Yacht 4/1942 23/8/1942 12/1942 to Philippines 7/1948
SC770     Seabrook Yacht 7/1942 18/10/1942 12/1942 to France 10/1944 (Ch141)
SC771     Seabrook Yacht 8/1942 5/11/1942 1/1943 to France 11/1944 (Ch124)
SC772     Peyton, Newport Beach 5/1942 7/9/1942 4/1943 Coast Guard SAR cutter 12/1945
SC773     Peyton, Newport Beach 5/1942 17/10/1942 5/1943 to Maritime Comm. 2/1948
SC774     Peyton, Newport Beach 6/1942 27/10/1942 6/1943 to Soviet Union 8/1945 (ΑΞ-323<BO-323>)
SC775     Peyton, Newport Beach 6/1946 28/11/1942 7/1943 Coast Guard SAR cutter 3/1946
SC977     Simms Bros, Dorchester 4/1942 10/10/1942 11/1942 to France 5/1944 (Ch94)
SC978     Simms Bros, Dorchester 5/1942 10/10/1942 12/1942 to France 10/1944 (Ch145)
SC979     Simms Bros, Dorchester 5/1942 9/12/1942 1/1943 to France 10/1944 (Ch146)
SC980     Simms Bros, Dorchester 6/1942 9/12/1942 2/1943 to Maritime Comm. 9/1946
SC981     Vineyard, Milford 3/1942 14/8/1942 10/1942 disposed 1/1946
SC982     Vineyard, Milford 4/1942 7/9/1942 11/1942 to Philippines 7/1948 (Cavite)
SC983     Vineyard, Milford 5/1942 5/11/1942 1/1943 to Maritime Comm. 4/1947
SC984     Vineyard, Milford 6/1942 19/12/1942 2/1943 grounded 9/4/1944
SC985     John E. Matton, Waterford 4/1942 18/9/1942 12/1942 Coast Guard SAR cutter 10/1945
SC986     John E. Matton, Waterford 4/1942 13/11/1942 4/1943 to Soviet Union 6/1945 (ΑΞ-305<BO-305>)
SC987     John E. Matton, Waterford 6/1942 10/4/1943 6/1943 Coast Guard SAR cutter 10/1945
SC988     John E. Matton, Waterford 11/1942 1/6/1943 7/1943 Coast Guard SAR cutter 10/1945
SC989     John E. Matton, Waterford 12/1942 25/6/1943 8/1943 Coast Guard SAR cutter 10/1945
SC990     Geo W. Kneass, San Francisco 8/1942 9/12/1942 3/1943 to Maritime Comm. 3/1948
SC991     Geo W. Kneass, San Francisco 8/1942 20/1/1943 4/1943 to Maritime Comm. 3/1948
SC992     Geo W. Kneass, San Francisco 8/1942 31/3/1943 6/1943 to Maritime Comm. 10/1946
SC993     Geo W. Kneass, San Francisco 11/1942 1/5/1943 6/1943 to Maritime Comm. 3/1948
SC994     Geo W. Kneass, San Francisco 11/1942 24/5/1943 7/1943 to Maritime Comm. 10/1946
SC995     Geo W. Kneass, San Francisco 11/1942 5/6/1943 8/1943 to Maritime Comm. 11/1946
SC996     Island Docks, Kingston 3/1942 7/9/1942 11/1942 Coast Guard SAR cutter 10/1945
SC997     Island Docks, Kingston 4/1942 21/10/1942 12/1942 to Soviet Union 8/1945 (ΑΞ-326<BO-326>)
SC998     Island Docks, Kingston 4/1942 13/11/1942 1/1943 to Maritime Comm. 2/1948
SC999, 8/1945- SCC999     Island Docks, Kingston 4/1942 9/12/1942 5/1943 wrecked 9/10/1945, never repaired
SC1000     Dingle Boat, St. Paul 4/1942 22/10/1942 5/1943 for disposal 7/1947
SC1001     Dingle Boat, St. Paul 5/1942 5/11/1942 3/1943 for disposal 7/1947
SC1002     Dingle Boat, St. Paul 7/1942 3/4/1943 5/1943 to Maritime Comm. 9/1946
SC1003     Fellows & Stewart, Wilmington 4/1942 25/7/1942 12/1942 Coast Guard SAR cutter 11/1945
SC1004     Fellows & Stewart, Wilmington 4/1942 1/8/1942 1/1943 Coast Guard SAR cutter 12/1945
SC1005     Fellows & Stewart, Wilmington 4/1942 15/8/1942 2/1943 to Maritime Comm. 9/1946
SC1006     Fellows & Stewart, Wilmington 4/1942 7/9/1942 5/1943 to Maritime Comm. 3/1946
SC1007     Fellows & Stewart, Wilmington 5/1942 14/11/1942 5/1943 to Soviet Union 8/1945 (ΑΞ-332<BO-332>)
SC1008     Fellows & Stewart, Wilmington 5/1942 19/11/1942 6/1943 to Maritime Comm. 1/1948
SC1009     Fellows & Stewart, Wilmington 7/1942 25/11/1942 6/1943 Coast Guard SAR cutter 4/1946
SC1010     Fellows & Stewart, Wilmington 7/1942 12/12/1942 7/1943 Coast Guard SAR cutter 12/1945
SC1011     Fellows & Stewart, Wilmington 8/1942 16/12/1942 7/1943 to Soviet Union 8/1945 (ΑΞ-327<BO-327>)
SC1012, 8/1945- SCC1012     Fellows & Stewart, Wilmington 9/1942 28/12/1942 8/1943 wrecked 9/10/1945, never repaired
SC1013     Luders Marine, Stamford 3/1942 22/7/1942 9/1942 Coast Guard SAR cutter 10/1945
SC1014     Luders Marine, Stamford 4/1942 26/7/1942 9/1942 for disposal 5/1947
SC1015     Luders Marine, Stamford 5/1942 30/8/1942 10/1942 Coast Guard SAR cutter 10/1945
SC1016     Luders Marine, Stamford 6/1942 4/9/1942 12/1942 Coast Guard SAR cutter 10/1945
SC1017     Luders Marine, Stamford 6/1942 28/10/1942 12/1942 Coast Guard SAR cutter 10/1945
SC1018, 8/1945- SCC1018     Luders Marine, Stamford 7/1942 21/11/1942 1/1943 for disposal 1/1947
SC1019     Luders Marine, Stamford 7/1942 1/12/1942 2/1943 wrecked 22/4/1945
SC1020     Luders Marine, Stamford 8/1942 23/12/1942 5/1943 to Maritime Comm. 1/1948, to France
SC1021     Luders Marine, Stamford 8/1942 1/2/1943 4/1943 to Soviet Union 6/1945 (ΑΞ-312<BO-312>)
SC1022     Luders Marine, Stamford 8/1942 23/3/1943 6/1943 Coast Guard SAR cutter 10/1945
SC1023     Mathis Yacht, Camden 6/1942 28/11/1942 12/1942 Coast Guard SAR cutter 10/1945
SC1024     Mathis Yacht, Camden 6/1942 28/11/1942 12/1942 collision 2/3/1943
SC1025     Mathis Yacht, Camden 8/1942 17/12/1942 1/1943 to Maritime Comm. 3/1948
SC1026     Mathis Yacht, Camden 9/1942 8/1/1943 1/1943 to Maritime Comm. 2/1948
SC1027     Mathis Yacht, Camden 9/1942 26/1/1943 2/1943 Coast Guard SAR cutter 12/1945
SC1028     Mathis Yacht, Camden 10/1942 21/2/1943 3/1943 Coast Guard SAR cutter 1/1946
SC1029     Donovan, Burlington 4/1942 31/8/1942 11/1942 to France 10/1944 (Ch123)
SC1030     Donovan, Burlington 5/1942 31/8/1942 11/1942 to France 10/1944 (Ch136)
SC1031     Peterson Boat, Sturgeon 4/1942 3/10/1942 2/1943 to Soviet Union 8/1945 (ΑΞ-328<BO-328>)
SC1032     Peterson Boat, Sturgeon 5/1942 17/10/1942 2/1943 Coast Guard SAR cutter 11/1945
SC1033     Peterson Boat, Sturgeon 6/1942 12/11/1942 4/1943 Coast Guard SAR cutter 12/1945
SC1034     Peterson Boat, Sturgeon 8/1942 2/1/1943 4/1943 to Maritime Comm. 3/1948
SC1035, 12/1943- PGM3     Peterson Boat, Sturgeon 9/1942 12/4/1943 5/1943 gunboat 12/1943, for disposal 5/1947
SC1036     Peterson Boat, Sturgeon 9/1942 10/5/1943 6/1943 to Maritime Comm. 2/1948
SC1037     Peterson Boat, Sturgeon 10/1942 29/5/1942 7/1943 Coast Guard SAR cutter 1/1946
SC1038     Peterson Boat, Sturgeon 11/1942 12/6/1943 7/1943 Coast Guard SAR cutter 1/1946
SC1039     Rice Bros, E. Boothbay 4/1942 28/7/1942 10/1942 to Maritime Comm. 2/1948
SC1040     Rice Bros, E. Boothbay 4/1942 1/8/1942 10/1942 to Maritime Comm. 2/1948
SC1041     Rice Bros, E. Boothbay 5/1942 13/8/1942 11/1942 to Maritime Comm. 3/1948
SC1042     Rice Bros, E. Boothbay 5/1942 15/8/1942 11/1942 to Maritime Comm. 3/1948
SC1043     Rice Bros, E. Boothbay 8/1942 15/10/1942 12/1942 to France 10/1944 (Ch125)
SC1044     Rice Bros, E. Boothbay 8/1942 17/10/1942 1/1943 to France 11/1944 (Ch126)
SC1045     Rice Bros, E. Boothbay 8/1942 19/11/1942 2/1943 to Maritime Comm. 3/1948
SC1046     Rice Bros, E. Boothbay 8/1942 21/11/1942 3/1943 to Maritime Comm. 3/1948
SC1047     Ventnor, Atlantic City 4/1942 15/1/1943 1/1943 to Maritime Comm. 4/1947
SC1048     Ventnor, Atlantic City 4/1942 12/12/1942 4/1943 to Maritime Comm. 11/1946
SC1049, 8/1945- SCC1049     Ventnor, Atlantic City 5/1942 2/5/1943 6/1943 destroyed 4/12/1945
SC1050     Ventnor, Atlantic City 5/1942 9/5/1943 8/1943 to Maritime Comm. 11/1946
SC1051     Ventnor, Atlantic City 5/1942 19/6/1943 7/1943 to Maritime Comm. 3/1947
SC1052     Ventnor, Atlantic City 5/1942 26/6/1943 9/1943 to Maritime Comm. 10/1946
SC1053, 12/1943- PGM4     Wilmington Boat 4/1942 7/9/1942 3/1943 gunboat 12/1943, for disposal 6/1947
SC1054     Wilmington Boat 4/1942 10/9/1942 4/1943 Coast Guard SAR cutter 2/1946
SC1055     Wilmington Boat 5/1942 10/10/1942 5/1943 Coast Guard SAR cutter 11/1945
SC1056, 12/1943- PGM5     Wilmington Boat 5/1942 11/11/1942 5/1943 gunboat 12/1943, for disposal 5/1947
SC1057     Gulf Marine Ways, Galveston 5/1942 11/11/1942 5/1943 sold 7/1948
SC1058     Gulf Marine Ways, Galveston 5/1942 1/12/1942 6/1943 to Maritime Comm. 9/1946
SC1059     Burger, Manitowoc 5/1942 28/11/1942 3/1943 wrecked 12/12/1944
SC1060     Burger, Manitowoc 7/1942 1/12/1942 4/1943 to Soviet Union 6/1945 (ΑΞ-317<BO-317>)
SC1061     Harris & Parsons, Greenwich 5/1942 26/9/1942 1/1943 to Norway 10/1943 (Vigra)
SC1062     Harris & Parsons, Greenwich 6/1942 23/12/1942 2/1943 Coast Guard SAR cutter 10/1945
SC1063     Victory, Holland 6/1942 28/11/1942 2/1943 Coast Guard SAR cutter 10/1945
SC1064     Victory, Holland 7/1942 16/1/1943 5/1943 Coast Guard SAR cutter 10/1945
SC1065     Perkins & Vaughan, Wickford 5/1942 17/10/1942 12/1942 to Maritime Comm. 2/1948
SC1066, 8/1945- SCC1066     Perkins & Vaughan, Wickford 6/1942 14/11/1942 2/1943 for disposal 5/1947
SC1067     Mathis Yacht, Camden 11/1942 9/3/1943 4/1943 foundered 19/11/1943
SC1068     Mathis Yacht, Camden 12/1942 26/3/1943 4/1943 Coast Guard SAR cutter 2/1946
SC1069     Mathis Yacht, Camden 12/1942 17/4/1943 4/1943 Coast Guard SAR cutter 12/1945
SC1070     Mathis Yacht, Camden 1/1943 3/5/1943 5/1943 Coast Guard SAR cutter 12/1945
SC1071, 12/1943- PGM6     Mathis Yacht, Camden 2/1943 20/5/1943 6/1943 gunboat 12/1943, stricken 2/1946
SC1072, 12/1943- PGM7     Mathis Yacht, Camden 3/1943 17/6/1943 6/1943 gunboat 12/1943, stricken 2/1946
SC1073     Mathis Yacht, Camden 3/1943 30/6/1943 7/1943 to Soviet Union 8/1943 (ΑΞ-206<BO-206>)
SC1074     Mathis Yacht, Camden 4/1943 12/7/1943 7/1943 to Soviet Union 9/1943 (ΑΞ-207<BO-207>)
SC1075     Mathis Yacht, Camden 5/1943 27/7/1943 8/1943 to Soviet Union 9/1943 (ΑΞ-208<BO-208>)
SC1076     Mathis Yacht, Camden 5/1943 12/8/1943 8/1943 to Soviet Union 9/1943 (ΑΞ-209<BO-209>)
SC1266     Quincy Adams, Quincy 7/1942 9/11/1942 2/1943 to Maritime Comm. 4/1948
SC1267     Quincy Adams, Quincy 8/1942 12/12/1942 2/1943 to Philippines 7/1948 (Alert)
SC1268     Quincy Adams, Quincy 9/1942 24/2/1943 4/1943 to Maritime Comm. 9/1946
SC1269     Quincy Adams, Quincy 9/1942 24/2/1943 4/1943 to Philippines 7/1948
SC1270     Quincy Adams, Quincy 10/1942 24/2/1943 4/1943 to Maritime Comm. 11/1946
SC1271     Quincy Adams, Quincy 11/1942 31/3/1943 5/1943 to Maritime Comm. 11/1946
SC1272, 8/1945- SCC1272     Quincy Adams, Quincy 12/1942 19/4/1943 6/1943 to Maritime Comm. 10/1947
SC1273, 8/1945- SCC1273     Quincy Adams, Quincy 12/1942 8/5/1943 6/1943 to Maritime Comm. 3/1947
SC1274     Quincy Adams, Quincy 1/1943 22/5/1943 7/1943 to Philippines 7/1948 (Ilocus Norte)
SC1275     Quincy Adams, Quincy 1/1943 5/6/1943 8/1943 to Philippines 7/1948
SC1276     Elizabeth City 9/1942 27/10/1942 3/1943 to Maritime Comm. 11/1946
SC1277     Elizabeth City 9/1942 27/10/1942 3/1943 to Maritime Comm. 11/1946
SC1278, 8/1945- SCC1278     Elizabeth City 9/1942 7/12/1942 3/1943 to Philippines 7/1948
SC1279     Elizabeth City 9/1942 7/12/1942 4/1943 to Maritime Comm. 9/1946
SC1280     Elizabeth City 10/1942 30/12/1942 4/1943 disposed 5/1948
SC1281, 8/1945- SCC1281     Elizabeth City 10/1942 6/2/1943 5/1943 to Maritime Comm. 12/1946
SC1282     Elizabeth City 12/1942 6/2/1943 5/1943 to Maritime Comm. 9/1946
SC1283     Elizabeth City 12/1942 20/2/1943 6/1943 to Soviet Union 7/1943 (ΑΞ-201<BO-201>)
SC1284     Elizabeth City 2/1943 26/3/1943 6/1943 to Soviet Union 7/1943 (ΑΞ-202<BO-202>)
SC1285     Elizabeth City 2/1943 17/4/1943 7/1943 to Soviet Union 8/1943 (ΑΞ-203<BO-203>)
SC1286     Elizabeth City 2/1943 15/5/1943 7/1943 to Soviet Union 8/1943 (ΑΞ-204<BO-204>)
SC1287     Elizabeth City 4/1943 5/6/1943 7/1943 to Soviet Union 9/1943 (ΑΞ-205<BO-205>)
SC1288     W. A. Robinson, Ipswich 7/1942 24/12/1942 2/1943 to Brazil 5/1943 (Jacuí)
SC1289     W. A. Robinson, Ipswich 8/1942 8/2/1943 3/1943 to Brazil 4/1943 (Jundiaí)
SC1290     W. A. Robinson, Ipswich 8/1942 16/3/1943 4/1943 for disposal 6/1947
SC1291     W. A. Robinson, Ipswich

9/1942

30/3/1943 5/1943 to Cuba 6/1947 (Habana)
SC1292     W. A. Robinson, Ipswich 10/1942 17/4/1943 5/1943 to Maritime Comm. 3/1946
SC1293     W. A. Robinson, Ipswich 10/1942 24/4/1943 6/1943 to Maritime Comm. 8/1946
SC1294     W. A. Robinson, Ipswich 12/1942 4/6/1943 7/1943 to Maritime Comm. 9/1947
SC1295     W. A. Robinson, Ipswich 1/1943 23/7/1943 8/1943 to Soviet Union 6/1945 (ΑΞ-320<BO-320>)
SC1296     W. A. Robinson, Ipswich 2/1943 20/8/1943 9/1943 Coast Guard SAR cutter 8/1945
SC1297     W. A. Robinson, Ipswich 3/1943 2/9/1943 10/1943 Coast Guard SAR cutter 10/1945
SC1298, 8/1945- SCC1298     Perkins & Vaughan, Wickford 9/1942 19/3/1943 4/1943 destroyed 6/3/1946
SC1299     Perkins & Vaughan, Wickford 9/1942 10/4/1943 6/1943 to Maritime Comm. 8/1946
SC1300     Perkins & Vaughan, Wickford 9/1942 8/5/1943 7/1943 to Maritime Comm. 3/1948
SC1301     Perkins & Vaughan, Wickford 9/1942 15/5/1943 8/1943 for disposal 8/1947
SC1302     Daytona Beach 8/1942 31/10/1942 3/1943 to Maritime Comm. 10/1946
SC1303     Daytona Beach 9/1942 28/11/1942 5/1943 to Maritime Comm. 9/1946
SC1304     Daytona Beach 9/1942 16/1/1943 6/1943 to Maritime Comm. 10/1946
SC1305     Daytona Beach 9/1942 15/2/1943 8/1943 to Maritime Comm. 1/1946
SC1306, 8/1945- SCC1306     Daytona Beach 10/1942 25/3/1943 9/1943 wrecked 9/10/1945, never repaired
SC1307     Daytona Beach 10/1942 15/4/1943 10/1943 Coast Guard SAR cutter 2/1946
SC1308     Daytona Beach 11/1942 15/5/1943 11/1943 to Maritime Comm. 4/1948
SC1309, 8/1945- SCC1309     Annapolis Yacht 9/1942 26/2/1943 5/1943 Sea Scouts TS 9/1946
SC1310     Annapolis Yacht 9/1942 28/2/1943 5/1943 to Maritime Comm. 9/1946
SC1311, 8/1945- SCC1311     Annapolis Yacht 9/1942 10/4/1943 6/1943 to Maritime Comm. 12/1946
SC1312, 8/1945- SCC1312     Annapolis Yacht 10/1942 10/4/1943 7/1943 to Maritime Comm. 3/1947
SC1313     Annapolis Yacht 10/1942 3/5/1943 7/1943 to Maritime Comm. 9/1945
SC1314, 8/1945- SCC1314     Annapolis Yacht 3/1943 12/6/1943 8/1943 to Maritime Comm. 9/1946
SC1315, 8/1945- SCC1315     Julius Peterson, Nyack 8/1942 3/3/1943 6/1943 to Maritime Comm. 3/1948
SC1316, 8/1945- SCC1316     Julius Peterson, Nyack 8/1942 11/3/1943 6/1943 to US Army 12/1946
SC1317     Julius Peterson, Nyack 9/1942 20/3/1943 7/1943 to Maritime Comm. 11/1946
SC1318     Julius Peterson, Nyack 9/1942 2/4/1943 8/1943 to Maritime Comm. 11/1946, to Indonesia
SC1319     Julius Peterson, Nyack 9/1942 12/4/1943 8/1943 to Maritime Comm. 3/1948
SC1320     Julius Peterson, Nyack 10/1942 17/5/1943 9/1943 to Maritime Comm. 12/1946
SC1321     Harris & Parsons, Greenwich 9/1942 6/2/1943 5/1943 to Maritime Comm. 3/1946
SC1322     Harris & Parsons, Greenwich 9/1942 8/4/1943 6/1943 to Maritime Comm. 1/1948
SC1323, 8/1945- SCC1323     Harris & Parsons, Greenwich 12/1942 15/5/1943 8/1943 to Maritime Comm. 3/1948
SC1324     Harris & Parsons, Greenwich 2/1943 22/7/1943 9/1943 to Soviet Union 6/1945 (ΑΞ-315<BO-315>)
SC1325     Delaware Bay, Leesburg 9/1942 11/2/1943 4/1943 to Maritime Comm. 4/1948
SC1326, 8/1945- SCC1326     Delaware Bay, Leesburg 9/1942 24/2/1943 5/1943 to Maritime Comm. 12/1946
SC1327     Delaware Bay, Leesburg 10/1942 24/3/1943 6/1943 to Maritime Comm. 1/1947
SC1328     Delaware Bay, Leesburg 10/1942 21/4/1943 6/1943 to Maritime Comm. 9/1946
SC1329     Simms Bros, Dorchester 10/1942 19/4/1943 5/1943 Coast Guard SAR cutter 2/1946
SC1330     Simms Bros, Dorchester 10/1942 19/4/1943 5/1943 to Maritime Comm. 9/1947
SC1331     Simms Bros, Dorchester 12/1942 2/6/1943 7/1943 to France 4/1944 (Ch6)
SC1332     Simms Bros, Dorchester 12/1942 17/7/1943 8/1943 to Maritime Comm. 7/1948
SC1333     Thomas Knutson, Halesite 8/1942 24/4/1943 6/1943 to Maritime Comm. 6/1946
SC1334     Thomas Knutson, Halesite 8/1942 8/5/1943 7/1943 to Maritime Comm. 8/1948
SC1335     Thomas Knutson, Halesite 9/1942 5/6/1943 8/1943 to France 11/1943 (Ch52)
SC1336     Thomas Knutson, Halesite 9/1942 22/5/1943 8/1943 to France 11/1943 (Ch51)
SC1337     Thomas Knutson, Halesite 9/1942 19/7/1943 9/1943 to France 12/1943 (Ch71)
SC1338, 8/1945- SCC1338     Thomas Knutson, Halesite 10/1942 7/8/1943 10/1943 to Maritime Comm. 1/1948
SC1339     Thomas Knutson, Halesite 10/1942 21/8/1943 11/1943 Coast Guard SAR cutter 11/1945
SC1340     Thomas Knutson, Halesite 11/1942 18/9/1943 12/1943 Coast Guard SAR cutter 10/1945
SC1341, 8/1945- SCC1341     Rice Bros, E. Boothbay 10/1942 14/1/1943 5/1943 disposed 2/1947
SC1342     Rice Bros, E. Boothbay 10/1942 16/1/1943 8/1943 disposed 7/1946
SC1343     Rice Bros, E. Boothbay 11/1942 20/2/1943 8/1943 disposed 8/1946
SC1344     Rice Bros, E. Boothbay 11/1942 27/3/1943 8/1943 to France 11/1943 (Ch62)
SC1345     Rice Bros, E. Boothbay 1/1943 10/4/1943 9/1943 to France 12/1943 (Ch61)
SC1346     Rice Bros, E. Boothbay 1/1943 29/4/1943 10/1943 to France 1/1944 (Ch72)
SC1347     Fisher, Detroit 2/1943 15/7/1943 9/1943 Coast Guard SAR cutter 11/1945
SC1348     Fisher, Detroit 2/1943 12/8/1943 10/1943 Coast Guard SAR cutter 10/1945
SC1349, 8/1945- SCC1349     Fisher, Detroit 4/1943 11/9/1943 10/1943 destroyed 21/8/1946
SC1350, 8/1945- SCC1350     Fisher, Detroit 4/1943 6/10/1943 11/1943 for disposal 1/1947
SC1351     Vineyard, Milford 9/1942 11/3/1943 4/1943 to Honduras 9/1946 (Sanchez)
SC1352     Vineyard, Milford 9/1942 21/4/1943 6/1943 disposed 10/1946
SC1353     Vineyard, Milford 11/1942 3/6/1943 8/1943 to Honduras 10/1946 (Mella)
SC1354     Vineyard, Milford 12/1942 10/8/1943 9/1943 disposed 11/1946
SC1355     Luders Marine, Stamford 11/1942 12/4/1943 7/1943 Coast Guard SAR cutter 10/1945
SC1356     Luders Marine, Stamford 1/1943 7/6/1943 8/1943 Coast Guard SAR cutter 10/1945
SC1357     Luders Marine, Stamford 2/1943 21/6/1943 8/1943 Coast Guard SAR cutter 10/1945
SC1358     Calderwood, Manchester 10/1942 22/2/1943 4/1943 survey boat 9/1946
SC1359     Calderwood, Manchester 11/1942 3/4/1943 6/1943 to France 8/1944 (Ch5)
SC1360, 8/1945- SCC1360     Calderwood, Manchester 2/1943 22/6/1943 8/1943 disposed 10/1947
SC1361     Calderwood, Manchester 4/1943 24/7/1943 10/1943 Coast Guard SAR cutter 10/1945
SC1362     Peyton, Newport Beach 11/1942 24/4/1943 9/1943 Coast Guard SAR cutter 2/1946
SC1363     Peyton, Newport Beach 11/1942 29/5/1943 9/1943 disposed 1/1946
SC1364     Peyton, Newport Beach 11/1942 10/7/1943 11/1943 to Soviet Union 8/1945 (ΑΞ-331<BO-331>)
SC1365     Peyton, Newport Beach 4/1943 29/9/1943 1/1944 to Soviet Union 8/1945 (ΑΞ-329<BO-329>)
SC1366, 12/1943- PGM8     Wilmington Boat Works 11/1942 1/5/1943 8/1943 gunboat 12/1943, for disposal 5/1947
SC1367     Wilmington Boat Works 11/1942 27/5/1943 9/1943 Coast Guard SAR cutter 1/1946
SC1368     Wilmington Boat Works 11/1942 21/6/1943 10/1943 disposed 1/1948
SC1369     Wilmington Boat Works 12/1942 19/7/1943 11/1943 Coast Guard SAR cutter 7/1948
SC1370     Fellows & Stewart, Wilmington 12/1942 20/5/1943 9/1943 disposed 1/1948
SC1371     Fellows & Stewart, Wilmington 12/1942 22/5/1943 9/1943 disposed 1/1948
SC1372     Fellows & Stewart, Wilmington 12/1942 18/6/1943 11/1943 disposed 2/1948
SC1373     Fellows & Stewart, Wilmington 12/1942 19/6/1943 11/1943 Coast Guard SAR cutter 1/1946
SC1374     Fellows & Stewart, Wilmington 12/1942 5/7/1943 11/1943 disposed 3/1948
SC1375     Fellows & Stewart, Wilmington 12/1942 31/7/1943 11/1943 disposed 1/1948
SC1474, 8/1945- SCC1474     Quincy Adams, Quincy 6/1943 11/1/1944 4/1944 sold 2/1947
SC1475     Quincy Adams, Quincy 6/1943 8/2/1944 4/1944 to Soviet Union 6/1944 (ΑΞ-219<BO-219>)
SC1476     Quincy Adams, Quincy 6/1943 8/3/1944 5/1944 to Soviet Union 7/1944 (ΑΞ-223<BO-223>)
SC1477     Quincy Adams, Quincy 7/1943 22/3/1944 6/1944 to Soviet Union 7/1944 (ΑΞ-230<BO-230>)
SC1478     Quincy Adams, Quincy 7/1943 25/4/1944 7/1944 to Soviet Union 9/1944 (ΑΞ-238<BO-238>)
SC1479     Quincy Adams, Quincy 8/1943 5/6/1944 8/1944 to Soviet Union 10/1944 (ΑΞ-244<BO-244>)
SC1480     Rice Bros, E. Boothbay 4/1943 1/10/1943 4/1944 to Soviet Union 5/1944 (ΑΞ-214<BO-214>)
SC1481     Rice Bros, E. Boothbay 4/1943 16/10/1943 5/1944 to Soviet Union 6/1944 (ΑΞ-221<BO-221>)
SC1482     Rice Bros, E. Boothbay 5/1943 14/12/1943 6/1944 to Soviet Union 8/1944 (ΑΞ-232<BO-232>)
SC1483     Rice Bros, E. Boothbay 5/1943 16/12/1943 7/1944 to Soviet Union 9/1944 (ΑΞ-239<BO-239>)
SC1484     Daytona Beach 7/1943 27/10/1943 4/1944 to Soviet Union 5/1944 (ΑΞ-213<BO-213>)
SC1485     Daytona Beach 7/1943 30/11/1943 5/1944 to Soviet Union 7/1944 (ΑΞ-229<BO-229>)
SC1486     Daytona Beach 8/1943 15/1/1944 7/1944 to Soviet Union 8/1944 (ΑΞ-235<BO-235>)
SC1487     Daytona Beach 9/1943 11/3/1944 9/1944 to Soviet Union 10/1944 (ΑΞ-245<BO-245>)
SC1488     Elizabeth City 7/1943 24/8/1943 4/1944 to Soviet Union 5/1944 (ΑΞ-216<BO-216>)
SC1489     Elizabeth City 8/1943 25/9/1943 4/1944 to Soviet Union 5/1944 (ΑΞ-217<BO-217>)
SC1490     Elizabeth City 8/1943 16/10/1943 5/1944 to Soviet Union 6/1944 (ΑΞ-220<BO-220>)
SC1491     Elizabeth City 8/1943 30/10/1943 7/1944 to Soviet Union 8/1944 (ΑΞ-237<BO-237>)
SC1492     Simms Bros, Dorchester 6/1943 8/12/1943 4/1944 to Soviet Union 6/1944 (ΑΞ-218<BO-218>)
SC1493     Simms Bros, Dorchester 6/1943 22/2/1943 6/1944 to Soviet Union 7/1944 (ΑΞ-231<BO-231>)
SC1494     Simms Bros, Dorchester 6/1943 --- --- cancelled 9/1943
SC1495     Simms Bros, Dorchester 6/1943 --- --- cancelled 9/1943
SC1496     Vineyard, Milford 6/1943 1/12/1943 4/1944 to Soviet Union 5/1944 (ΑΞ-215<BO-215>)
SC1497     Vineyard, Milford 8/1943 4/5/1944 7/1944 to Soviet Union 8/1944 (ΑΞ-236<BO-236>)
SC1498     Thomas Knutson, Halesite 8/1943 21/3/1944 5/1944 to Soviet Union 6/1944 (ΑΞ-222<BO-222>)
SC1499     Thomas Knutson, Halesite 9/1943 27/4/1944 8/1944 to Soviet Union 9/1944 (ΑΞ-242<BO-242>)
SC1500     Thomas Knutson, Halesite --- --- --- cancelled 9/1943
SC1501     Thomas Knutson, Halesite --- --- --- cancelled 9/1943
SC1502     Calderwood, Manchester 7/1943 27/11/1943 6/1944 to Soviet Union 7/1944 (ΑΞ-227<BO-227>)
SC1503     Calderwood, Manchester 8/1943 22/5/1944 8/1944 to Soviet Union 9/1944 (ΑΞ-243<BO-243>)
SC1504     Donovan, Burlington 7/1943 16/4/1944 5/1944 to Soviet Union 7/1944 (ΑΞ-228<BO-228>)
SC1505     Donovan, Burlington 7/1943 30/4/1944 6/1944 to Soviet Union 8/1944 (ΑΞ-234<BO-234>)
SC1506     Donovan, Burlington 8/1943 14/5/1944 7/1944 to Soviet Union 9/1944 (ΑΞ-241<BO-241>)
SC1507     Harris & Parsons, Greenwich 7/1943 26/1/1944 5/1944 to Soviet Union 7/1944 (ΑΞ-224<BO-224>)
SC1508     Harris & Parsons, Greenwich 8/1943 8/5/1944 7/1944 to Soviet Union 9/1944 (ΑΞ-240<BO-240>)
SC1509     Harris & Parsons, Greenwich --- --- --- cancelled 9/1943
SC1510     Perkins & Vaughan, Wickford 7/1943 9/12/1943 5/1944 to Soviet Union 7/1944 (ΑΞ-226<BO-226>)
SC1511     Perkins & Vaughan, Wickford 7/1943 3/4/1944 7/1944 to Soviet Union 8/1944 (ΑΞ-233<BO-233>)
SC1512     Perkins & Vaughan, Wickford 7/1943 15/6/1944 9/1944 to Soviet Union 10/1944 (ΑΞ-246<BO-246>)
SC1513     Perkins & Vaughan, Wickford --- --- --- cancelled 9/1943
SC1514     Perkins & Vaughan, Wickford --- --- --- cancelled 9/1943
SC1515     Perkins & Vaughan, Wickford --- --- --- cancelled 9/1943
SC1516     Perkins & Vaughan, Wickford --- --- --- cancelled 9/1943
SC1517     Peterson Boat, Sturgeon 8/1943 12/4/1944 6/1944 to Soviet Union 7/1944 (ΑΞ-225<BO-225>)
SC1518     Peterson Boat, Sturgeon --- --- --- cancelled 9/1943
SC1519     Peterson Boat, Sturgeon --- --- --- cancelled 9/1943
SC1520     Peterson Boat, Sturgeon --- --- --- cancelled 9/1943

 

Displacement standard, t

98 - 121

Displacement full, t

117 - 136

Length, m

32.8 wl 33.8 oa

Breadth, m

5.18 - 5.50

Draught, m

1.88 - 2.00 full load

No of shafts

2

Machinery

2 General Motors diesels

Power, h. p.

SC497, 498, 501-505, 513-515, 518, 520-522, 527, 528, 530-535, 628, 629, 636, 637, 639-641, 648, 650, 654, 667-669, 676-681, 688, 691-693, 696-708, 712, 713, 722-750, 760, 761, 768, 769, 978, 980-984, 990-995, 1000-1002, 1039-1052, 1057, 1058, 1266-1282, 1290-1293, 1298-1323, 1325, 1326, 1328-1330, 1332-1334, 1337, 1341-1344, 1351-1354, 1358-1361, 1480-1560 (totally 231 boats): 1000

SC499, 500, 507, 508, 511, 512, 536-541, 630-635, 642-647, 652, 653, 656-665, 670-675, 682-687, 710, 711, 714-718, 720, 721, 752-759, 772-775, 985-989, 996-999, 1003-1023, 1025-1038, 1053-1056, 1059-1073, 1075, 1076, 1283-1287, 1294-1297, 1324, 1335, 1338-1340, 1347-1350, 1355-1357, 1362-1375, 1474-1479, 1507-1517 (totally 204 boats): 2400

SC506, 516, 517, 519, 524-526, 529, 638, 649, 651, 655, 666, 689, 690, 694, 695, 709, 719, 751, 762-767, 770, 771, 977, 979, 1024, 1074, 1288, 1289, 1327, 1331, 1336, 1345, 1346: 1000 or 2400

Max speed, kts

SC497, 498, 501-505, 513-515, 518, 520-522, 527, 528, 530-535, 628, 629, 636, 637, 639-641, 648, 650, 654, 667-669, 676-681, 688, 691-693, 696-708, 712, 713, 722-750, 760, 761, 768, 769, 978, 980-984, 990-995, 1000-1002, 1039-1052, 1057, 1058, 1266-1282, 1290-1293, 1298-1323, 1325, 1326, 1328-1330, 1332-1334, 1337, 1341-1344, 1351-1354, 1358-1361, 1480-1560 (totally 231 boats): 16

SC499, 500, 507, 508, 511, 512, 536-541, 630-635, 642-647, 652, 653, 656-665, 670-675, 682-687, 710, 711, 714-718, 720, 721, 752-759, 772-775, 985-989, 996-999, 1003-1023, 1025-1038, 1053-1056, 1059-1073, 1075, 1076, 1283-1287, 1294-1297, 1324, 1335, 1338-1340, 1347-1350, 1355-1357, 1362-1375, 1474-1479, 1507-1517 (totally 204 boats): 21

SC506, 516, 517, 519, 524-526, 529, 638, 649, 651, 655, 666, 689, 690, 694, 695, 709, 719, 751, 762-767, 770, 771, 977, 979, 1024, 1074, 1288, 1289, 1327, 1331, 1336, 1345, 1346: 16 or 21

Fuel, t

diesel oil 18
Endurance, nm (kts) 1500 (12)

Armament

1 x 1 - 76/23 Mk 14, 2 x 1 - 12.7/90, 2 DCT (14)

chasers completed from 1942: 1 x 1 - 76/23 Mk 14, 2 x 1 - 20/70 Mk 4, 2 x 4 - 178 Mousetrap Mk 20 ASWRL, 2 DCT (14)

chasers completed from 1942 - 1943: 1 x 1 - 76/50 Mk 10/18, 3 x 1 - 20/70 Mk 4, 2 x 4 - 178 Mousetrap Mk 20 ASWRL, 2 DCT, 1 DCR (34)

chasers completed from 1943 - 1944: 1 x 1 - 40/56 Mk 1/2, 3 x 1 - 20/70 Mk 4, 2 x 4 - 178 Mousetrap Mk 20 ASWRL, 2 DCT, 2 DCR (34)

PGM: (1 x 1 - 76/23 Mk 14, 1 x 1 - 40/56 Mk 1/2) or 2 x 1 - 40/56 Mk 1/2, 4 x 2 - 12.7/90, 1 x 1 - 60/12 M19 mortar, 1 x 4 - 57/27 M9A1 Bazooka grenade launcher

Sensors

SF or SO or SU or SCR-517A or SW-1C radar, QC sonar

Complement 27

   

Ship project history: In days of the First World War in the USA the big number of 110ft submarine chasers has been built. Secretary of Navy Roosevelt (future President) participated in development of building of this huge series on small shipyards. When in 1937 leading particulars of ASW ship intended for patrol in coastal areas and on fleet anchoring were defined, Roosevelt has insisted on return to project of twenty years' prescription, which at building was criticised for the small displacement and insufficient endurance. Perhaps, unique concessions for technical progress were a choice of diesels as main engines and installation of sonar.

Under the FY1938 program three experimental chasers under some differing projects (SC449, SC450 and SC453) were built. Latter, designed by the Navy, also has formed a basis for serial chasers. She differed from the predecessor of WWI times in the increased breadth and stronger hull structure with application of steel bracings.

Serial SCs were developed from SC453. Chasers of different years of building differed by armament structure. Only some lead boats received designed armament, since 1942 DCT "Mousetrap" was fitted, and 12.7mm MGs were replaced by 20mm Oerlikons; since 1943 newly built ships instead of out-of-date 76mm/23 gun received 76mm/50, and ASW armament was strengthened by two DCTs. In 1944 replacement of 76mm/23 guns by 40mm "Boforses" started and by next year in the US Navy only 4 chasers old short gun were remained.

Shortages of diesels of eligible power led to that 231 chasers received 500hp diesels instead of 1200hp. Maximal speed of such boats was limited by 16kts.

In 1944 eight hunters were converted to motor gunboats for  operations against Japanese boats and had index PGM. After rearming their armament consisted from single 76mm/23 gun and single 40mm/56 Bofors or 2 single 40mm/56 Boforses; 4 twin 12.7mm MGs, 1 single 60mm mortar and multi-barrelled 83mm Bazooka.

In 1944 35 SCs were converted to command and control ships of amphibious forces SC(C).

Modernizations: 1942, earlier SC497 class chasers were re-armed as new built ones.

1942 -1943, earlier SC497 class chasers were re-armed as new built ones.

12/1943, SC644, 757, 1035, 1053, 1056, 1071, 1072 and 1366 were converted to gunboats: - 1 x 1 - 76/23, 2 x 1 - 20/70, 2 x 4 - 178 Mousetrap ASWRL, 2 DCT, 1 DCR; + (1 x 1 - 76/23 Mk 14, 1 x 1 - 40/56 Mk 1/2) or 2 x 1 - 40/56 Mk 1/2, 4 x 2 - 12.7/90, 1 x 1 - 60/12 M19 mortar, 1 multi-barreled Bazooka grenade launcher

1943 - 1944, earlier SC497 class chasers were re-armed as new built ones.

1944, 35 units were converted to SC(C) amphibious command ships: - 2 x 1 - 20/70, 2 DCT, 2 DCR

1/1946, SC: 1 x 1 - 40/60 Mk 3, 3 x 1 - 20/70 Mk 10, 2 x 4 - 178 Mousetrap Mk 20 ASWRL, 2 DCT, 2 DCR (34), SF or SO or SU or SCR-517A or SW-1C radar, QC sonar

1/1946, PGM: (1 x 1 - 76/23 Mk 14, 1 x 1 - 40/60 Mk 3) or 2 x 1 - 40/60 Mk 3, 4 x 2 - 12.7/90, 1 x 1 - 60/12 M19 mortar, 1 x 4 - 57/27 M9A1 Bazooka launcher, SF or SO or SU or SCR-517A or SW-1C radar

1/1946, SC(C): 1 x 1 - 40/60 Mk 3, 1 x 1 - 20/70 Mk 10, 2 x 4 - 178 Mousetrap MK 20 ASWRL, SF or SO or SU or SCR-517A or SW-1C radar, QC sonar

Naval service: SC694 and 696 were sunk by German aircraft and SC744 by kamikaze.

SC724 1942

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