USCGC Boutwell (WPC 130)
Patrol vessel of the Active class
|Navy||The United States Coast Guard|
|Built by||American Brown Boveri Electric Corp. (Camden, New Jersey, U.S.A.)|
|Laid down||28 Aug 1926|
|Launched||27 Jan 1927|
|Commissioned||21 Feb 1927|
|End service||7 May 1963|
Decommissioned on 7 May 1963.
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Notable events involving Boutwell include:
6 May 1942
USCGC Boutwell picks up all 54 survivors from the American merchant Alcoa Puritan that was torpedoed and sunk by German U-boat U-507 off the entrance to the Mississippi in position 28°35'N, 88°22'W.
13 Jul 1942
USCGC Boutwell picks up 43 survivors from the American tanker R.W. Gallagher that was torpedoed and sunk by German U-boat U-67 about 80 nautical miles from Southwest Pass, Mississippi in position 28°50'N, 91°05'W.