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|125k||USS Altair (AD-11) moored in Pearl Harbor, T.H., 8 February 1925. Among the destroyers alongside are: USS Marcus (DD-321), next to Altair; USS Sloat (DD-316), 3rd outboard of Altair; and USS Litchfield (DD-336), outboard ship in the nest.
US Naval History and Heritage Command photo #: NH 57797.
|135k||USS Altair (AD-11) moored at San Diego, CA. circa mid-1920s. The raked masts and smokestack behind her belong to
USS Buffalo (AD-8).
US Naval History and Heritage Command photo # NH 1874c courtesy Shipscribe.com.
|82k||USS Altair (AD-11) at anchor in San Diego Bay, date unknown.
US Navy photo from the Navy Recruiting Bureau, New York.
|46k||USS Altair (AD-11) underway, circa 1927, location unknown.
US Navy photo
|19k||USS Altair (AD-11) underway, date and location unknown.||Hyper War US Navy in WWII|
|27k||USS Altair (AD-11) underway, date and location unknown.||Hyper War US Navy in WWII|
|117k||USS Altair (AD-11) moored to a buoy, circa the late 1930s. In this photo it appears that the deck house on the stern has
US Navy photo, courtesy Shipscribe.com.
|171kk||USS Altair (AD-11) moored pierside at Pearl Harbor in 1942.
Photo by Life Magazine photographer Ralph Morse. Used for educational and non-commercial purposes.
|93k||USS Altair (AD-11) in what appears to be Measure 12 (modified) camouflage, moored at Port of Spain, Trinidad, 1 October 1942, tending USS Spay (PG-64), USS Bainbridge (DD-246), and USS Goff (DD-247), and the Dutch minelayer/patrol vessel HNMS Jan van Brakel (M-80).
US National Archives photo # 80-G-31669, a US Navy photo, now in the collections of the US National Archives.
|Joe Radigan MACM USN|
|38k||USS Altair (AD-11) off Norfolk Navy Yard following refit, 25 July 1945
US Navy photo
|01||CDR. Comfort, James Hall||6 December 1921 - 18 December 1923|
|02||CDR. Finney, Earl Peck||18 December 1923 - ?|
|03||CAPT. Foote, Percy Wright :RADM||26 June 1926 - 13 April 1928|
|04||CAPT. Rowan, Stephen Clegg||13 April 1928 - 18 May 1929|
|05||CDR. Roberts, Frank Hamilton||18 May 1929 - 12 May 1931|
|06||CAPT. Collins, Julian Herbert||12 May 1931 - 24 June 1932|
|07||CAPT. Beauregard, Augustin Toutant :RADM||24 June 1932 - 5 June 1934|
|08||CAPT. Gearing Jr., Henry Chalfont||5 June 1934 - 18 June 1936|
|09||CAPT. Le Clair, Hugh Pope||18 June 1936 - 8 June 1937|
|10||CDR. Craven, Francis Sanderson||8 June 1937 - 5 June 1939|
|11||CDR. Broadbent, Ernest William,||5 June 1939 - 30 April 1941|
|12||CDR. Hutchins, Gordon||30 April 1941 - 10 June 1941|
|13||CDR. Hartley, Henry||10 June 1941 - 1 February 1942|
|14||CDR. Patterson, Theodore Thomas,||1 February 1942 - 15 June 1942|
|15||CDR. Rend, Charles Joseph||15 June 1942 - 11 January 1943|
|16||CAPT. Hutchinson Jr., Myron Wells||11 January 1943 - 15 August 1943|
|17||CAPT. Poole, Elwood Dixon||15 August 1943 - 8 August 1944|
|18||CAPT. Holden, Walter Emerson||8 August 1944 - 1945|
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