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USCGC Earp (ex-Eagle 22)
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Builder: Ford Motor Co., Detroit, MI
Laid down: 5 August 1918
Launched: 10 February 1919
Decommissioned: 1923
General characteristics
Class & type: Eagle
Displacement: 615 tons
Length: 200 ft 9 in (61.19 m)
Beam: 33 ft 1 in (10.08 m)
Draft: 8 ft 6 in (2.59 m)
Propulsion: Two Bureau Express boilers, Poole geared turbine, one shaft
Speed: 18.3 kn (33.9 km/h; 21.1 mph)
Complement: 61
Armament: Two 4"/50 gun mounts, and two .50 cal. machine guns

USCGC Earp (ex-Eagle 22) was a 200-foot (61 m) US Coast Guard anti-submarine Eagle-class vessel built by Ford Motor Co. in Detroit, Michigan. Earp was designed for quick construction and was one of 100 ordered. Earp was launched on 5 August 1918 and commissioned on 17 July 1919 by the United States Navy and again on 17 March 1920 by the United States Coast Guard. She was decommissioned on 22 May 1923.

US Coast Guard Cutter Earp - Entire Crew

Complete crew of USCGC Earp - 1921


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