1937(Saratoga Model Shipyard SMY-52)
- Class: Panay - 6 river gunboats of 1928
- Displacement: 474 tons
- Dimensions: 191' x 29' x 5'3"
- Machinery: 2-shaft steam reciprocating (VTE), S.H.P. 1,900 = 15 knots
- Armament: 2-3"/50 (2x1), 8-.30cal machine guns
- Complement: 59
- Builder: Kiangoan Dockyard & Engineering Works, Shanghai, China
- Keel Laid:
- Launched: 10 Nov 1927
- Commissioned: 10 Sep 1928
- Service: One of six river gunboats constructed in three different sizes. Material sent from the United States and assembled in Shanghai. Initially designated PG-45. Used for the Yantgtze River Patrol. Sunk by Japanese Naval aircraft 12 Dec 1937 while evacuating US Embassy staff and citizens from Nanking; 3 killed and 48 wounded. After long diplomatic affair, Japan paid 2.2 million dollars compensation 22 Apr 1938.