- Class: Luzon - 6 river gunboats of 1928
- Displacement: 560 tons
- Dimensions: 210.75 x 31.75 x 5.75 ft.
- Machinery: 2-shaft reciprocating (VTE), S.H.P. 3,150 = 16 knots
- Armament: 2-3"/50 (2x1), 10 machine guns
- Complement: 65
- Builder: Kiangnan Dock & Engineering Works, Shanghai, China
- Keel Laid: 20 Nov 1926
- Launched: 28 Sep 1927
- Commissioned: 10 Jul 1928
- Lost: 5 May 1942
- Service: One of six river gunboats constructed in three different sizes. Material sent from the United States and assembled in Shanghai. Laid down as PG-48; reclassified as PR-8 during construction. Served primarily on the South China Patrol Force, U.S. Asiatic Fleet, based alternately at Hong Kong and Canton. With war imminent, she departed Hong Kong for the Philippines on 4 Dec 1941, arriving in Manila Bay on 10 Dec. Supported American forces off Bataan and Corregidor until 10 Apr 1942 when her crew was ordered ashore and the ship was stripped of useful gear. Deliberately sunk 5 May 1942 to prevent capture.