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For other ships of the same name, see USS Commodore. Career (US) Laid down: date unknown Launched: 1863 Acquired: 1863 In service: 31 July 1863 Out of service: 1865 Struck: 1865 (est.) Fate: sold, 12 August 1865 General characteristics Displacement: 80 tons Length: not known Beam: not known Draught: not known Propulsion: steam engine side wheel-propelled Speed: not known Complement: 56 Armament: one 20-pounder rifle one 12-pounder rifle one 24-pounder howitzer one 12-pounder howitzer The first USS Commodore (1863) was a steamer acquired by the Union Navy during the American Civil War. She was used by the Union Navy to patrol navigable waterways of the Confederacy to prevent the South from trading with other countries. Contents 1 Civil War service 2 Renamed Fort Games 3 Post-war decommissioning and disposal 4 References 5 See also 6 External links Civil War service Commodore, a side wheel steamer, was built at New Orleans, Louisiana, and fitted for service with the West Gulf Blockading Squadron during 1863. On 31 July 1863 Acting Master F. M. Green was ordered to her command with instructions to patrol in Lake Pontchartrain, Louisiana. The small steamer remained there throughout the war. Renamed Fort Games She was renamed Fort Games on 1 September 1864. Post-war decommissioning and disposal Commodore was sold at New Orleans, 12 August 1865. References This article includes text from the public domain Dictionary of American Naval Fighting Ships. See also Union Navy American Civil War External links USS Commodore