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|USS Gum Tree (YN-13)
|108k||USS Gum Tree (YN-13) moored at Louisville, KY, 26 August 1941. Gum Tree is believed to be the first navy vessel
to sail the Ohio River, paused at Louisville while enroute from her builders yard at Pleasant Point, West Virginia. to New Orleans.
|USS Gum Tree (AN-18)
|70k||USS Gum Tree (AN-18) assisting in salvage operation of K-14 blimp of Airship Patrol Squadron Eleven (ZP-11), NAS South Weymouth, MA., 6 July 1944, off Bar Harbor ME.
US National Archives photo.
|83k||USS Gum Tree (AN-18) near the Boston Navy Yard, 20 September 1944. Her armament of one 3"/50 and four 20mm guns is clearly
visible in this image. Note the platform added aft to carry two of the 20mm guns.
US National Archives, RG-19-LCM, photo # 19-N-71070, a US Navy Bureau of Ships photo now in the collections of the US National Archives, courtesy Shipscribe.com.
|140k||USS Gum Tree (AN-18) underway near the Boston Navy Yard, 20 September 1944.
US Navy photo from the collections of the US Navy Memorial.
|01||LCDR. Burrows, George Henry, USNR||6 January 1943 - October 1943|
|02||LT. Watson, Robert Frank, USNR||October 1943 - May 1944||03||LT. Waugh, Gordon Bruce, USNR||May 1944 - 20 June 1946|
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