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Patuxent

 

A river in Maryland.

 

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(AT–11: dp. 755; 1. 148’0”; b. 29’ ½”; dr. 12’3”; s. 13 k.; cpl. 51; a. 2 3-pdr.)

 

The first Patuxent (AT–11), a steel, sea-going tug, was laid down 25 July 1907 by the Navy Yard, Norfolk, Va.; launched 16 May 1908; and commissioned 4 May 1909.

 

Patuxent spent her naval career operating with the Atlantic Fleet, providing the services of a sea-going tug to diverse elements of the Fleet until decommissioning 30 September 1924.

 

Patuxent was struck from the Navy List 29 June 1938. She was sold 16 March 1939.