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|322k||USS Nahant (AN-83) drydocked at Gulfport Boiler and Iron Works, Port Arthur TX. in 1946, while being prepared deactivation and lay up in Atlantic Reserve Fleet, Orange TX. Group.
Photos from the files of from the files of Gulfport Boiler and Iron Works, Port Arthur, TX.
|221k||USS Nahant (AN-83) underway, date and location unknown.||Robert J. Cooke, US Navy|
|209k||Looking over the bow USS Nahant (AN-83) while underway, date and location unknown.||Robert J. Cooke, US Navy|
|76k||USS Nahant (AN-83) underway, date and location unknown.||Tom N. Constine USS Nahant|
|44k||USS Nahant (AN-83) moored at Naval Amphibious Base, Little Creek, VA, April 1958.||Tom N. Constine USS Nahant|
|75k||USS Nahant (AN-83) moored at Naval Amphibious Base, Little Creek, VA, April 1958.||Tom N. Constine USS Nahant|
|392k||USS Nahant (AN-83) doing maintenance work on the submarine nets at Naval Air Station at Quonset Point R.I. in Narragansett Bay in 1961. Nathant's job was to clean, repair and replace the net. During this operation, the ship would place three anchors in a triangular pattern which allowed the ship to be moved along the net. Each anchor was marked with a marker buoy which floated on the surface. One afternoon, President John F. Kennedy and his family came cruising over in the presidential yacht, Honey Fitz to watch our operation . Unfortunately, the Captain of the Honey Fitz got too close to one of our marker buoys and fouled a prop. We had to send one of our divers below to untangle the line, while the presidential party poured another drink and toasted us. The captain of USS Nahant at this time was LT. B.W. Reed and he is pictured in the second photo standing at the top of the starboard horn.||Edward C. Cleveland, LT. USNR, Ret. USS Nahant|
|110k||USS Nahant (AN-83) at anchor while hauling in anti-submarine nets, date and location unknown.
US Navy photo from 1966/67 "Jane's Fighting Ships".
|01||LT. Hupfel, Walter Martin, USNR||24 August 1945 - December 1945|
|02||LTjg. Cella, Roy Francis, USN||December 1945 - 25 July 1947|
|Decommissioned||25 July 1947 - 14 February 1952|
|03||LT. Joseph, Wilbur, USN||14 February 1952 - January 1953|
|04||LT. Cooke, Robert Joseph, USN||January 1953 - May 1954|
|05||LT. Walker, George Dale, USN||January 1955 - 30 July 1957|
|06||LTjg. Merget, Andrew George, USN (USNA 1953)||30 July 1957 - 25 October 1958|
|07||LT. Knight, Cecil Francis, USN||25 October 1958 - 29 August 1960|
|08||LTjg. Jones Jr., Freasie L., USN||29 August 1960 - 1960|
|08||LT. Reed, Benjamin William, USN||1960 -?|
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