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Commissioned in 1936 as USCGC TANEY, Cutter 37 was designed for law enforcement missions, search and rescue, and maritime patrol. She was decommissioned in 1986 and designated as a National Historic Landmark in 1988 after contributing to more than 50 years of continuous service.What happened to the USS Taney?
Taney was also used in drug interdiction and fisheries protection work. She was decommissioned in 1986, and has since served as a museum ship in the Inner Harbor of Baltimore, Maryland.Is the USCGC Taney a National Historic Site?
In 1988, the USCGC Taney (WHEC-37), Structure – #88001826, was added to the National Register of Historic Places. She was designated a National Historic Landmark on the same day. The Taney is located in the historic Baltimore Inner Harbor as part of the Historic Ships in Baltimore collection.Where did the cutter Taney go in WW2?
On 25 July 1941, the Coast Guard cutter was transferred to the Navy and reported for duty with the local defense forces of the 14th Naval District, maintaining her base at Honolulu . Outside another "line island cruise" in the late summer, Taney operated locally out of Honolulu into the critical fall of 1941.