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Iwana

 

An Indian name.

 

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(YT-2: dp. 192; l. 92'6"; b. 21'; dr. 8'; s. 11.6 k.; cpl. 9; a. 2 1-pdrs., 1 mg.)

 

Iwana (YT-2) was laid down in April 1891 by City Point Iron Works, Boston, Mass.; launched 12 March 1892; and was assigned to the 1st Naval District for harbor duties.

 

Iwana, performed towing operations and miscellaneous services out of Boston from 1892 until early 1946.

 

Her name was dropped 5 October 1942, and she operated as YT-2 until reclassified TTM-2 on 15 May 1944. She was transferred to WSA, 20 March 1946.