USS Isis

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Isis

(ScStr: dp. 555; 1. 199'; b. 24;9"; dr. 11'8"; s. 15 k.; cpl.

Isis, a coastal survey ship, was launched 1902 at Newburgh, taken over by the Navy 24 September 1917 from the Coast nnd Geodetie Survey; commissioned 4 October 1917, Lt. Gilbert T. Rude in command.

After a minor overhaul, /sis commenced duty as Hagship for Commander of Squadron 2 Gruiser Force, 13 November 1917, at Staten Island, N.Y. She served in that capacity until 14 June 191S, and remained in the New York area until December when she arrived at Norfolk. Following operations at Norfolk, she decommissioned there 30 April 1919 and was returned to the Coast and Geodetic Survey.