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AA-1

AA-1

Schley (Submarine No. 52) was laid down on 21 June 1916 at Quincy, Mass., by the Fore River Shipbuilding Co. under a contract with the Electric Boat Co. of New York, renamed AA-1 on 23 August 1917 in accordance with the provisions of General Order 318 and to free the name Schley for assignment to Destroyer No. 103; launched on 25 July 1918; sponsored by Mrs. Lilian Hovey-King, wife of Lt. Comdr. Alvin Hovey-King, a naval constructor assigned to the Fore River Shipbuiiding Co. and commissioned at Boston on 30 January 1920, Lt. Comdr. James Parker Jr., in command. On 17 July 1920, AA-I received the hull number SF-1 when the Navy adopted the alphanumeric system of hull designations. She was renamed T-1 (q.v.) on 18 October 1920 in accordance with the provisions of General Order No. 551.