USS P.K. Bauman

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P.K. Bauman SP-377

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P. K Baurnan

(SP-377: t. 304 gr.; 1. 158'; b. 24'; dr. 8'8"; s. 12 k.; a. 2 3",
2 ma)

P. K. Bauman was built in 1912 by M. M. Davis and Sons Solomons, Md. as a freighter, acquired by the Navy under charter from the above 28 May 1917, and commissioned at Norfolk 10 August 1917, Lt. Charles F. Chambers, USNRF, in command.

P. K. Bauman was assigned to Squadron 4, Atlantic Patrol Force, during World War I on overseas escort duty. While patrolling off L'Orient, France, she struck a rock 12 January 1919 and listing badly, was taken in tow by Raymond J. Anderton, but eventually sank.