SPECIFICATIONS
Displacement: 852 t.(lt) 1,360 t.(fl)  
Length: 165' 6"    Beam: 33' 4"  Draft: 15' 6"
 Speed: 12 kts.     Complement: 32              
Armament one 3"/50 dual purpose gun mount,  
 two single 20mm gun mounts   
Propulsion triple-expansion reciprocating
steam engines, single screw, 1,600 hp
Rescue Tug  ATR-7
A wooden hulled Rescue Tug,
built to patrol convoy lanes.
See PROFILE
MAP of service area.

Photo from: NAVSOURCE  Submitted by Donald Taber
to the National Association of Fleet Tug Sailors

ATR-1 CLASS RESCUE TUG
Keel laid: July 27, 1942  Launched: August 16, 1943
Frank L. Sample Shipyard,  Boothbay, ME. 
Commissioned USS ATR-7 10 Feb. 1944
Decommissioned 13 May 1946 - Charleston, S.C.
  Struck from the Naval Register May 6, 1946
Sold  May 8, 1947  to Efthinios K. Athanasiou as M/V Gloria.
c/o American Chandlers Inc., New York
Final Disposition, Sold to the Philippines

Awards, Citations and Campaign Ribbons



Precedence of awards is from left to right
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Stories
Crew Photo:  Date not known,
but they are in whites so it must be warm.
I count more than 32. :)
KNOWN Crew member contacts:

Alan V. Anderson        YN2   Living in Victoria, Australia
John Edward Tant       MM2   Deceased
Leonard J. Daddona    CM2   Deceased
Elbert M. Howard        CSF    Deceased
Original Officers
Officer Changes
Captain:  
Exc. Ofr.
1st Off:   
Engineer:  
Boatswain: 
Machinist: 

Lieutenant
Lieutenant J.G.
Ensign
Warrent Officer
Warrent Officer
Warrent Officer
Saleem De Witt Frey
Robert Scott
Harvey L. Cosper        
Renfroe                        
Edward W. Garrett
Elburn H. Quisenberry
Captain:
1st Off:
Boatswain:
Machinest:
Lieutenant J.G.
Ensign
Warrent Officer
Warrent Officer
Edward W. Garrettt
John Kron
James O. Jenkins
Julian Renfroe