USS Eagle 27 PE-27

Type: Patrol Boat Class: Eagle
Builder: Ford Motor Company
River Rouge Complex
Dearborn, Michigan
Hull Number: PE-27 (July 17, 1920)
Ordered: March 4, 1917 Commissioned: July 14, 1919
Keel Laid: October 22, 1918 Decommissioned: (a)
Launched: March 1, 1919 Stricken: N/A
Fate: Sold June 4, 1946.
Out of commission at Philadelphia, Pennsylvania between Apr. and July 1933.

Commanding Officers
Pre 1941
Not available.
Dec. 1942
Lt. Commander Harold C. Speed, USNR
Jan. 1943
June 10, 1944
Lt. Commander Howard B. Shaw, Jr., USNR
June 10, 1944
May/July 1945*
Lt. Commander William C. Riker, USNR
May/July 1945*
Sept. 10, 1945
Lieutenant Henry D. Haywood, USNR
Change of command occurred between those months.

American Defense Service Medal
World War II Victory Medal

Ship's History
Pre 1923: Information not available.
Mar. 1923: Assigned to the 3rd Naval District for reservist training.
Nov. 1940: Assigned to the 1st Naval District.
Apr. 1941:
Still assigned to 1st Naval District.
Apr. 41-Dec. 42:
Some time between these dates reassigned to Commander Service Squadron 9,
Fleet Sound School, Key West, Florida.

July 16, 1945:
Moved to Charleston Naval Shipyard, Charleston, South Carolina. Under command
of 6th Naval district.

Sept. 10, 1945:

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