At the Mare Island Navy Yard, California, 9 June 1942. Note that she still retains her original 4/50 guns. Other items visible include her whaleboat and gig, engine room hatches, reels for minesweeping cables, .50 caliber anti-aircraft machineguns mounted on the rear corners of her after deckhouse, depth charge tracks and minesweeping gear on her stern. A former sister ship, still fitted as a destroyer, is alongside, with 20mm anti-aircraft machineguns and torpedo tubes visible. Photograph from the Bureau of Ships Collection in the U.S. National Archives.