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(Sch.: t. 340, l. 119'9"; b. 26'; dr. 8'6"; s. 5 k., cpl. 41; a.
2 4", 2 mg.)

The first Rainier, formerly Patrol and Angel, was built in 1917 at Portland, Oreg.; purchased by the Navy 7 June 1917 and commissioned 30 July 1917 at Mare Island, Calif., Lt. Jame~auranee Kauffman in command.

Throughout World War I, Rainier was attached to Division 2, Pacific Fleet, and was assigned to the Mexican Patrol. She operated in- waters off southern and Baja California until 1.NIareh 1913.

Rainier decommissioned 28 May 1919 at Mare Island Navy Yard; was struck from the Navy list 8 September 1919, and was sold 5 August 1921 to E. W. Cullen, Alameda, Calif.