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Eagle No. 21

 

Keel laid 8/31/18. Launched 2/15/19. Commissioned 7/31/19. Transferred to the Coast Guard late 1919. Eagle

 

Eagle No. 22

 

Keel laid 9/5/18. Launched 2/10/19. Commissioned 7/17/19. Transferred to the Coast Guard late 1919.

 

Eagle No. 23

 

Keel laid 9/11/18. Launched 2/20/19. Commissioned 6/19/19. Classified as PE-23 7/17/20. Sold 6/11/30.

 

Eagle No. 24

 

Keel laid 9/13/18. Launched 2/24/19. Commissioned 7/12/19. Classified as PE-24 7/17/20. Sold 6/11/30.

 

Eagle No. 25 **

 

Keel laid 9/17/18. Launched 2/19/19. Commissioned 6/30/19. Lost 6/11/20.

 

Eagle No. 26

 

Keel laid 9/25/18. Launched 3/1/19. Commissioned 10/1/19. Classified as PE-26 7/17/20. Sold 8/29/38.

 

Eagle No. 27

 

Keel laid 10/22/18. Launched 3/1/19. Commissioned 7/14/19. Classified as PE-27 7/17/20. Sold 6/4/46.

 

Eagle No. 28

 

Keel laid 10/23/18. Launched 3/1/19. Commissioned 7/28/19. Classified as PE-28 7/17/20. Sold 6/11/30.

 

Eagle No. 29

 

Keel aid 11/18/18. Launched 3/8/19. Commissioned 8/20/19. Classified as PE-29 7/17/20. Sold 6/11/30.

 

Eagle No. 30

 

Keel laid 11/19/18. Launched 3/8/19. Commissioned 8/14/19. Transferred to the Coast Guard in late 1919.

 

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* All Eagle Boats were built at Detroit. Mich., by the Ford Motor Co.

 

** Originally allotted to Italy, but the transfer never took place

 

*** Of the cancelled ships, Eagle Boats No. 6B, 75, 8B, 95, 105 and 112 were allotted for transfer to Italy.