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Patrol #7 (S. P. 31)

(SP-31:l. 39'10"; b. 8'4"; dr. 3'; s. 28 k; cpl. 6; a. 1 mg.)

Patrol #7, a motor boat built by Frederick S. Nock, East Greenwick, R.I., in 1916, was purchased by the Navy from J. Phillip Hart, Marion, Mass., 1 May 1917 and commissioned 19 May 1917.

Patrol #7 operated in the 2d Naval District, headquartered at Newport during World War I. Although sunk off Boston in 1919, she was raised 21 July, surveyed, and sold 11 October 1919.

Published: Thu Feb 11 08:22:13 EST 2016