Allied Warships

USS SC-1017 (SC-1017)

Submarine chaser of the SC-497 class

NavyThe US Navy
TypeSubmarine chaser
ClassSC-497 
PennantSC-1017 
Built byLuders Marine Construction Co. (Stamford, Connecticut, U.S.A.) 
Ordered16 Feb 1942 
Laid down8 Jun 1942 
Launched28 Oct 1942 
Commissioned29 Dec 1942 
End service30 Oct 1945 
History

Transferred to the United States Coast Guard on 30 October 1945

 

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Notable events involving SC-1017 include:


24 Nov 1943
USS SC-1017 picks up 32 survivors from the American tanker Elizabeth Kellogg that was torpedoed and sunk the previous day by German U-boat U-516 150 miles north of Cristobal, Panama in position 11°10'N, 80°42'W.

6 Feb 1945
USS Bullhead (Cdr. W.T. Griffith, USN) conducted exercises in Panama Bay together with USS Paul Jones (Lt.Cdr. H.M. Payne, USNR), USS Bulmer (Lt. T.C. Farrell, USNR), USS SC-684, USS SC-986, USS SC-996 and USS SC-1017.

7 Feb 1945
USS Bullhead (Cdr. W.T. Griffith, USN) conducted exercises in Panama Bay together with USS Paul Jones (Lt.Cdr. H.M. Payne, USNR), USS Bulmer (Lt. T.C. Farrell, USNR), USS SC-684, USS SC-986, USS SC-996 and USS SC-1017.

8 Feb 1945
USS Bullhead (Cdr. W.T. Griffith, USN) conducted exercises in Panama Bay together with USS Paul Jones (Lt.Cdr. H.M. Payne, USNR), USS Bulmer (Lt. T.C. Farrell, USNR), USS SC-684, USS SC-986, USS SC-996 and USS SC-1017.


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