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Uss Pc 1264

USS PC-815, a US subchaser that served in World War II. A submarine chaser is a small and fast naval vessel specially intended for anti-submarine warfare.

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ships, except for the destroyer escort USS. Mason and the sub chaser USS PC- 1264. They had a predominately all black crew.
USS PC 1264, a submarine chaser. The vessels contained an African American crew consisting of all navy ratings necessary to deploy a ship.
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Gravely was the first African. American officer assigned shipboard duty and served aboard the submarine chaser. USS PC-1264 from 1945-1946.

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Submarine chaser had black crew
In my column on Feb. 5, "Remember the men of the USS Mason," I said the Mason was the only warship in World War II with a black crew. That was incorrect, there was another ship also at that time with a black crew, the USS PC 1264, a submarine chaser.

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USS PC-1264 - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
USS PC-1264 was a PC-461-class submarine chaser built for the United States Navy during World War II. She was one of only two U.S.
for full size image, Size, Image Description, Source. USS PC-1264. PC-1264, 106k, c.
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USS PC-1264, a 280-ton PC-461 class submarine chaser, was built at Morris Heights, New York.
Ex-USS PC-1264
Ex-USS PC-1264 The PC-1264 was built in 1943 at the Morris Heights Consolidated Shipyard, and commissioned into service in April 1944.
Bridge - Staten Island Boat Graveyard at Opacity: Abandoned
Aug 31, 2005 There lie the remains of the USS PC 1264 quite a famous little WWII sub chaser. If you have the time look up its history.

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