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||Attu occupation, 14 to 21 and 27 to 31 May 1943
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|USAT St. Mihiel
|7083k||Panoramic view of USAT St Mihiel arriving at Savannah, S.C. 7 February 1923, with the last of the AEF 8th US Infantry||Christopher Evey for his grandfather Sgt. John W. Evey USA|
|46k||USAT St Mihiel calling at Kodiak Island, pre WWII||Joe Stevens|
|54k||USAT St Mihiel in the Panama Canal approaching one of the locks, pre WWII||M/Sgt M.L. McCormick, USAF Ret|
|67k||USAT St Mihiel about to enter one of the locks at Panama, pre WWII||M/Sgt M.L. McCormick, USAF Ret|
|60k||USAT St Mihiel entering a lock at Panama, pre WWII||M/Sgt M.L. McCormick, USAF Ret|
|75k||USAT St Mihiel in a lock at Panama, pre WWII||M/Sgt M.L. McCormick, USAF Ret|
|77k||USAT St Mihiel in the lower chamber of Miraflores, Locks, Panama Canal, date unknown.||Tommy Trampp|
|39k||USAT St Mihiel moored pierside, pre WWII, date and place unknown.||Joe Radigan MACM USN Ret|
|153k||USAT St Mihiel moored pierside, circa 1930s, location unknown.
US Army photo
|168k||USAT St Mihiel moored pierside, date and location unknown.
US Army photo
|75k||USAT St Mihiel moored pierside in Alaska, pre WWII||Douglas Updyke for his father Sgt. Douglas R Updyke USA|
|69k||USAT St Mihiel moored pierside in Alaska, pre WWII||Douglas Updyke for his father Sgt. Douglas R Updyke USA|
|141k||USAT St Mihiel moored pierside at Seattle, WA. in 1940 as the US Army's 81st Field Artillery boards to bolster US defenses in Alaska Territory.||Tommy Trampp|
|82k||USAT St Mihiel moored pierside, date and location unknown.
US Army Order of Battle 1919-1941 Vol. 4, Authors Collection
|USS St. Mihiel (AP-32)
|83k||Aerial view of USS St Mihiel (AP-32) under way, date and location unknown.
US Navy photo
|89k||USS St Mihiel (AP-32) under way at Seattle in May 1942.
US Naval History and Heritage Command, Photo # NH 44066, courtesy Shipscribe.com.
|154k||USS St Mihiel (AP-32), port quarter view, under way at Seattle, WA. in May 1942.
US Naval History and Heritage Command, Photo # NH 44067
|202k||USS St Mihiel (AP-32), bows on view, under way at Seattle, WA. in May 1942.
US Naval History and Heritage Command, Photo # NH 44069
|98k||USS St Mihiel (AP-32) near the Stacy Street Dock in the Port of Seattle in May 1942. The Army Transportation Service
Tug No. 18 is on the left.
US Naval History and Heritage Command, Photo # NH 44068, courtesy Shipscribe.com.
|84k||USS St Mihiel (AP-32) under way near the Southern Pacific Docks, Elliott Bay, Seattle, 5 July 1943. Note the double lattice
radar mast forward of the smokestack.
US National Archives, RG-19-LCM, Photo # 19-N-47203 a US Navy Bureau of Ships photo now in the collections of the US National Archives, courtesy Shipscribe.com.
|USAHS St. Mihiel
|77k||USAHS St Mihiel entering Charleston harbor for the first time in August 1944. On, arrival, fresh from her conversion yard, St Mihiel picked up her medical crew and stores before sailing for Glasgow, Scotland, Belfast, Northern Ireland and Avonmouth, England.
US National Archives Photo # 111-SC-273470, a US Army Signal Corps photo now in the collections of the US National Archives, from "Hospital Ships of World war II: An Illustrated Reference" by Emory A. Massman.
|74k||USAHS St Mihiel under way, 3 June 1945, location unknown.
Imperial War Museum, Photo No. © IWM (FL 18518)
|102k||USAHS St Mihiel under way, date and location unknown.
US Navy photo from the collections of the US Naval Institute.
|49k||USAHS St Mihiel view of superstructure with all flags flying, date and place unknown.||Jack Treutle|
|69k||An unidentified US Army Medic aboard USAHS St Mihiel, date and place unknown.||Jack Treutle|
|78k||USAHS St Mihiel arrives at Staten Island Pier carrying hundreds of American soldiers back from Europe. Among those brought back were 197 soldiers who were liberated from a Nazi hospital in Germany where they were being treated for their wounds. They were the first such men to be returned to the United States.
|170k||USAHS St Mihiel arrives at Port of Embarkation, Charleston, S. C., date unknown.
US Army Signal Corp. photo.
|US Army Master / US Navy Commanding Officers|
|01||CAPT. Woodbridge T. Oliver ATS||20 September 1920 -12 July 1928||USAT St. Mihiel|
|02||CAPT. Bror E. Torning ATS||12 July 1928 - 11 May 1929||USAT St. Mihiel|
|03||CAPT. Woodbridge T. Oliver ATS||11 May 1929 - 29 July 1929||USAT St. Mihiel|
|04||CH. OFF. Lyle C. Fordyce ATS||29 July 1929 - 22 November 1929||USAT St. Mihiel|
|05||CAPT. Woodbridge T. Oliver ATS||22 November 1929 - 13 January 1930||USAT St. Mihiel|
|06||CH. OFF. Lyle C. Fordyce ATS||13 January 1930 - 18 March 1930||USAT St. Mihiel|
|07||CAPT. Woodbridge T. Oliver ATS||18 March 1930 - 9 May 1930||USAT St. Mihiel|
|08||CH. OFF. Lyle C. Fordyce ATS||9 May 1930 - 29 July 1930||USAT St. Mihiel|
|09||CAPT. Woodbridge T. Oliver ATS||29 July 1930 - 27 June 1932||USAT St. Mihiel|
|10||CAPT. Carl A. Olsen ATS||27 June 1932 - 16 November 1932||USAT St. Mihiel|
|Decommissioned||16 November 1932 - April 1935||USAT St. Mihiel|
|11||CAPT. Daniel Pumphrey ATS||April 1935 - 1 November 1935||USAT St. Mihiel|
|12||CAPT. Carl A. Olsen ATS||1 November 1935 - 28 May 1937||USAT St. Mihiel|
|13||CAPT. Clarence A. McMullen ATS||28 May 1937 - 28 July 1939||USAT St. Mihiel|
|Decommissioned||28 July 1939 - 15 September 1939||USAT St. Mihiel|
|14||Unknown||15 September 1939 - 24 January 1940||USAT St. Mihiel|
|15||CAPT. John P. Cotter ATS||24 January 1940 - 22 January 1941||USAT St. Mihiel|
|16||CDR., Rodgers, Edward B., USN||22 July 1941 - ?||USS St. Mihiel (AP-32)|
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