Alert seen moored in Portland, Oregon in 2019.
|Builder:||American Brown Boveri Electrical Corporation, Camden, NJ|
|Launched:||30 November 1926|
|Commissioned:||27 January 1927|
|Decommissioned:||10 January 1969|
|Class and type:||Active-class patrol boat|
|Propulsion:||2 x 6-cylinder, 300 hp engines|
|Complement:||3 officers, 17 men (1960)|
USCGC Alert (WMEC-127) was a United States Coast Guard medium endurance cutter and was the fourth cutter to carry the name. The vessel was launched on 30 November 1926, commissioned 27 January 1927 and decommissioned 10 January 1969, later to be converted into a museum ship.
- Flynn, Jim; Lortz, Ed; Lukas, Holger (March 2018). "Answer 39/48". Warship International. LV (January 2018): 23–25. ISSN 0043-0374.
- "Cutter Alert Preservation Team Page"
- "Official US Coast Guard Page"
- The Former USCGC ALERT WSC-127, official Alert Museum website.
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