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The fifth Active (YT-112) was acquired by the Navy from the [[United States Shipping Board]] on 20 April 1925 and placed in service at [[New York]] on 27 April 1925.{{fact}} The harbor [[tug]] spent her entire 21-year naval career serving the 3d Naval District from her base in New York harbor.{{fact}} She was placed out of service on 5 June 1946, and her name was struck from the Navy list on 19 June 1946.{[fact}} Though her fate is not known for certain, her age and length of service would suggest that she was sold for [[scrap]] soon thereafter.{{fact}}<ref>Dictionary of American Naval Fighting Ships [http://www.history.navy.mil/danfs/a2/active-v.htm]</ref>
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The fifth Active (YT-112) was acquired by the Navy from the [[United States Shipping Board]] on 20 April 1925 and placed in service at [[New York]] on 27 April 1925.{{fact}} The harbor [[tug]] spent her entire 21-year naval career serving the 3d Naval District from her base in New York harbor.{{fact}} She was placed out of service on 5 June 1946, and her name was struck from the Navy list on 19 June 1946.{{fact}} Though her fate is not known for certain, her age and length of service would suggest that she was sold for [[scrap]] soon thereafter.{{fact}}<ref>Dictionary of American Naval Fighting Ships [http://www.history.navy.mil/danfs/a2/active-v.htm]</ref>
  
 
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Revision as of 19:37, 10 July 2007

The fifth Active (YT-112) was acquired by the Navy from the United States Shipping Board on 20 April 1925 and placed in service at New York on 27 April 1925.[Citation Needed] The harbor tug spent her entire 21-year naval career serving the 3d Naval District from her base in New York harbor.[Citation Needed] She was placed out of service on 5 June 1946, and her name was struck from the Navy list on 19 June 1946.[Citation Needed] Though her fate is not known for certain, her age and length of service would suggest that she was sold for scrap soon thereafter.[Citation Needed][1]

References

  1. Dictionary of American Naval Fighting Ships [1]