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|Campaign and Dates||Campaign and Dates|
|Gilbert Islands, 20 November to 8 December 1943||Western Caroline Islands operation
Capture and occupation of southern Palau Islands, 6 September to 14 October 1944
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|19-N-24265||241k||Catalpa (YN-5) under way off Portland, Oregon, 9 June 1941, during builders trials.
US National Archives, Photo No. 19-N-24265, a US Navy Bureau of Ships photo now in the collections of the US National Archives.
|518k||Catalpa (YN-5) original crew photo, circa early 1942, probably taken in the San Francisco Bay Area. (Reinhold Wetzel, standing, third row, second from the right end.)||Larry Wetzel for his father Reinhold Wetzel Catalpa|
|466k||Catalpa (YN-5) at sea, dates and locations unknown.||Larry Wetzel for his father Reinhold Wetzel Catalpa|
|368k||USS Catalpa (YN-5) moored pierside Naval Net Depot, Tiburon, CA., circa 1942.||Tracy White and
|USS Catalpa (AN-10)
|304k||USS Catalpa (AN-10) under way in San Francisco Bay in 1946.||Todd Holmes in honor of his grandfather Raymond R. Cline S/1c, USNR USS Catalpa|
|127k||An annotated view of USS Catalpa (AN-10)'s rig showing the arrangement of her radar and other electronic antennas. Photographed at the San Francisco Naval Shipyard, Hunters Point, CA, 21 December 1951. USS Orca (AVP-49) is shown in the background a week after being reactivated.
US National Archives photo # 80-G-445892, a US Navy photo now in the collections of the US National Archives.
|US Naval Historical Center|
|141k||An annotated view of USS Catalpa (AN-10)'s foremast showing the arrangement of her radar and other electronic antennas. Photographed at the San Francisco Naval Shipyard, California, on 21 December 1951. Note the sailor climbing the mast. USS Orca (AVP-49) is shown in the background a week after being reactivated.
US National Archives photo # 80-G-445891, a US Navy photo now in the collections of the US National Archives.
|US Naval Historical Center|
|91k||USS Catalpa (AN-10) underway after her reactivation during the Korean War, circa 1950 to 1955.
|01||LTjg. George, Flavius Josephus, USNR||22 May 1942 - 30 September 1942|
|02||LT. Gherini, Francis Albert, USNR||30 September 1942 - August 1943|
|03||LT. Krisel, Lionel, USNR||August 1943 01 - January 1944|
|04||LT. Wells, Harold Frederick, USNR||January 1944 - May 1944|
|05||LT. Millett, Leroy Raymond, USNR||May 1944 - January 1945|
|06||LT. Hight, Charles Henry, USNR||January 1945 - August 1945|
|07||LT. Upson, Silas Albert, USNR||August 1945 - 1 October 1945|
|08||LT. Jones, Freeman Reese, USNR||1 October 1945 - December 1945|
|09||LTjg. Fowler, George Louis, USNR||December 1945 - May 1946|
|10||LTjg. Richey, Frank Baines, USNR||May 1946 - July 1946|
|11||ENS. Ivins, Dalton Michael, USNR||July 1946 - 21 October 1946|
|Decommissioned||21 October 1946 - 7 August 1950|
|12||LT. McCartney, Sidney E. USN||7 August 1950 - June 1952|
|13||LT. McNamara, M. F.. USNR||June 1952 - ?|
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