Allied Warships

USCGC Boutwell (WPC 130)

Patrol vessel of the Active class

NavyThe United States Coast Guard
TypePatrol vessel
PennantWPC 130 
Built byAmerican Brown Boveri Electric Corp. (Camden, New Jersey, U.S.A.) 
Laid down28 Aug 1926 
Launched27 Jan 1927 
Commissioned21 Feb 1927 
End service7 May 1963 

Decommissioned on 7 May 1963.
Sold on 16 May 1964.


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Notable events involving Boutwell include:

6 May 1942
USCGC Boutwell picks up all 54 survivors from the American merchant Alcoa Puritan that was torpedoed and sunk by German U-boat U-507 off the entrance to the Mississippi in position 28°35'N, 88°22'W.

13 Jul 1942
USCGC Boutwell picks up 43 survivors from the American tanker R.W. Gallagher that was torpedoed and sunk by German U-boat U-67 about 80 nautical miles from Southwest Pass, Mississippi in position 28°50'N, 91°05'W.

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