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Pompano I (Mbt)

(Mbt: t. 15; l. 55-8-; b. 13-7-; dr. 4-0-; cpl. 9)

One of the best of food fishes, a marine carangoid living in the southern Atlantic and Gulf coasts of North America.


The first Pompano was a wooden motorboat built in 1906 at Pocomoke City, Md.; chartered by the Navy from the Globe Fish Co., Elizabeth, N.C.; commissioned 15 September 1917; and served the 5th Naval District as a supply boat during World War I. She decommissioned 31 January 1919 and was returned to her owner 4 February 1919.

Published: Mon Aug 24 08:50:50 EDT 2015