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|267k||09 April 1945: New York Harbor - Two views of USS Heyliger (DE 510), starboard bow and starboard quarter, on shakedown cruise. The ship has been configured
with two twin 40mm mounts in place of the usual triple torpedo tube mount and carries MS21 camouflage scheme. She was returning to the Brooklyn Navy Yard after spending the previous night
conducting gunnery practice anchored at Oyster Bay, N.Y.
(U.S. Navy Photo, Catalog No. 19-N-80792 and 19-N-80793 from the United States National Archives)
Port Angeles, Wash.
|143k||05 May 1952: New York Harbor - USS Heyliger (DE 510) steams past the southern end of Manhattan Island, outbound from the New York Navy Yard. Note
crew manning her rails.
(U.S. Navy photo #80-G-442917 from the Naval History and Heritage Command)
|243k||29 July 1953: the Atlantic Ocean - USS Heyliger (DE 510) underway in the Newport, Rhode Island, area.|
(U.S. Navy photo #80-G-625697 from the Naval History and Heritage Command)
|118k||March / April 1954: Charlotte Amalie, the Virgin Islands - Heyliger, Kyne (DE 744), and Snyder (DE 745) on a port visit to the U.S. Sub Base in the Virgin Islands.||Rod Sienkiewicz|
|156k||March / April 1954: Charlotte Amalie, the Virgin Islands - Heyliger's forward 5"38 cal. gun mount and 40mm Mt. 41.|
|155k||March / April 1954: Charlotte Amalie, the Virgin Islands - taking a break while performing maintenance on Mt. 41|
|142k||March / April 1954: Charlotte Amalie, the Virgin Islands - Heyliger's flying bridge|
|142k||March / April 1954: Charlotte Amalie, the Virgin Islands - looking aft on Heyliger, Kyne (DE 744) lies to port.|
|134k||March / April 1954: Charlotte Amalie, the Virgin Islands - Heyliger's port side aft.|
|129k||March / April 1954: Charlotte Amalie, the Virgin Islands - sailors enjoying swim call off Kyne's fantail.|
|145k||1956: Halifax, Nova Scotia - motor whaleboat approaching Heyliger.
(Photo© Werner Grabner)
|View the USS Heyliger (DE 510) DANFS history entry located on the Naval History and Heritage Command web site.|
|View the official War History of USS Heyliger as submitted by the ship at war's end.|
|Heyliger's Commanding Officers
Thanks to Wolfgang Hechler
|Dates of Command||Commanding Officers|
|1.) 24 Mar. 1945 – 14 Dec. 1945||Lcdr. Arthur F. Chace Jr., USNR|
|2.) 14 Dec. 1945 – .. Jun. 1946||Lcdr. Oscar David MacMillan, USN (Niagara Falls, N.Y.)|
|3.) .. Jun. 1946 – 20 Jun. 1946||Ens. H. C. Sweeny, USNR|
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