USS Beale (DD-40) - World War I

World War I

Beale joined the 5th Group, Torpedo Flotilla, Atlantic Fleet, and cruised along the Atlantic coast and in Mexican and Caribbean waters until placed in reserve on 13 December 1915. Reactivated - with a reduced crew - on 5 January 1916, she served on Neutrality Patrol along the Atlantic coast until placed in full commission on 22 March 1917. Joining the Atlantic Destroyer Force, she arrived at Queenstown, Ireland on 5 February 1918.

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