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USS Chestnut Hill (ID-2526)
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Name: Chestnut Hill
Builder: Pennsylvania Shipbuilding Company
Launched: 23 August 1917
Acquired: 14 March 1918
Commissioned: 14 March 1918
Decommissioned: 3 September 1919
Fate: Unknown
General characteristics
Displacement: 10,150 tons
Length: 280 ft (85 m)
Beam: 50 ft 9 in (15.47 m)
Draft: 24 ft 5 in (7.44 m)
Speed: 11 kn (20 km/h; 13 mph)
Complement: 71
Armament: 1 x 5-inch gun; 1 x 6-pounder cannon

USS Chestnut Hill (ID-2526) was a United States Navy tanker that served during World War I.

Chestnut Hill, was launched 23 August 1917 by shipbuilder Pennsylvania Shipbuilding Company at Gloucester City, New Jersey, and acquired by the U.S. Navy 14 March 1918 and commissioned the same day with Lieutenant Commander J. D. Murray in command. She reported to the Naval Overseas Transportation Service.

The Chestnut Hill served as an escort and fuel ship in the Azores from 22 March—15 June 1918 for two convoys of submarine chasers.


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