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Navy Occupation Service Medal
China Service Medal (extended)
|21 to 25 August 1946||28 August to 2 September 1946|
|25 October to 1 November 1946|
|12 to 17 July 1947|
|29 April to 4 May 1948|
|2 to 8 December 1948|
|10 to 15 February 1949|
|5 November 1953|
|24 to 26 February 1955|
Korean War Campaigns
|Campaign and Dates||Campaign and Dates|
|Communist China Aggression 18 to 21 December 1950||First UN Counter Offensive 2 February 1951|
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|USS General A.E. Anderson (AP-111)
|52k||USS General A.E. Anderson (T-AP-111) under way, in 1944, location unknown.
US Navy photo
|Courtesy, Chuck Ulrich, coordinator/historian AP Transport Group|
|103k||USS General A.E. Anderson (T-AP-111) in San Francisco Bay, 29 March 1945, after receiving some alterations (circled) to her
US National Archives, RG-19-LCM, Photo # 19-N-91210 a US Navy Bureau of Ships photo now in the collections of the US National Archives, courtesy Shipscribe.com.
|348k||Prisoner of War Identification Card and shipboard Watch,Quarter and Station Bill card for Stenente Franco Neroni, Italian Army. Stenente Neroni was taken prisoner during World War II and imprisoned in England. Released in May 1946 he boarded USS General A.E. Anderson (AP-111) to take him home to Italy.||Claudio Neroni|
|USS General A.E. Anderson (T-AP-111)
|91k||USS General A.E. Anderson (T-AP-111) under way, date and location unknown.
US Navy photo.
|Richard Miller BMCS USNR Ret.|
|39k||USS General A.E. Anderson (T-AP-111) under way, date and location unknown.||Robert Hurst|
|38k||USS General A.E. Anderson (T-AP-111) under way, date and location unknown.
US Navy photo
|82k||USS General A.E. Anderson (T-AP-111) passing under the Golden Gate Bridge at San Francisco, date unknown.||Tom Langford|
|344k||USS General A.E. Anderson (T-AP-111) change of command ceremony, 23 May 1951, at Mare Island Naval Shipyard. CAPT. James A. Holbrook relieved CAPT. Wilfred E. Lankenau. Note USS Melvin (DD-580) moored alongside.
US Navy photo from the collections of the Vallejo Naval and Historical Museum File name AP 111 9312-5-51, US Navy Photo, 5/23/51
|344k||Domain of the Golden Dragon certificate issued to J.W. Sommers when he crossed the International Date line (longitude 180°) in USS General A.E. Anderson (T-AP-111), 19 August 1951.||Dennis Burns|
|177k||USS General A.E. Anderson (T-AP-111) looking aft from the open bridge, circa 1 to 15 September 1953||Bob Milloy|
|233k||USS General A.E. Anderson (T-AP-111) moored pierside at Fort Mason, San Francisco, CA. in 1956 while preparing to get underway for Japan.||Andrew Tabak for his late aunt LTjg. Anna P. Zak, US Navy|
|156k||USS General A.E. Anderson (T-AP-111), with GIs on deck, while underway in October 1953, from Inchon, South Korea to San Francisco, CA.||Photo by Philip Nacamuli|
|219k||Front and back of photo of USS General A.E. Anderson (T-AP-111) while underway, date and location unknown.
A U.S. Navy photo sold on board the ship.
|159k||USS General A.E. Anderson (T-AP-111) Christmas Card, date unknown.||Tommy Trampp|
|251k||Certificate of the Golden Dragon issued by USS General A.E. Anderson (T-AP-111) to passenger Major Harry R. Cassleman USAF upon crossing the 180th meridian at 29° 45" N., 25 February 1957.||David Howman|
|117k||USS General A.E. Anderson (T-AP-111) in service with MSTS in San Francisco Bay after being modernized during the mid 1950s.
In this modernization she and her five Navy-manned commissioned sisters lost their armaments and exchanged the three Welin davits on each side for four merchant type
davits on the superstructure and one on the main deck aft.
US Naval History and Heritage Command, Photo # Unknown, courtesy Shipscribe.com.
|01||CDR. Smith, Robert Hall, USN (USNA 1922) (Ferry Command)||25 August 1943 - 31 August 1943|
|02||CAPT. Miller, William Edward, USN (USNA 1920)||5 October 1943 - 11 December 1944|
|03||CAPT. Mead Jr., George Whitefield||11 December 1944 - 22 April 1946|
|04||CAPT. Butterfield, Ralph Elmer||22 April 1946 - 1947|
|05||CAPT. Newman Jr., John Francis, USN (USNA 1926)||1947 - 1947|
|06||CAPT. Winfrey, John Allen||1947 - 1948|
|07||CAPT. Wirtz, Paul Cyril, USN (USNA 1923)||8 July 1949 - 20 June 1950|
|08||CAPT. Lankenau, Wilfred Eric||20 June 1950 - 23 May 1951|
|09||CAPT. Holbrook, John Ames, USN (USNA 1924)||23 May 1951 - June 1952|
|10||CAPT. Fowler, Joseph William||June 1952 - July 1953|
|11||CAPT. Marshall, Henry Morris||July 1953 - June 1954|
|12||CAPT. Hamley, Joseph Ronald, USN (USNA 1927)||June 1954 - 1955|
|13||CAPT. Over, George Russell, USN (USNA 1930) :RADM||1955 - 1956|
|14||CAPT. Flynn, John Francis, USN (USNA 1930) :RADM||1956 - February 1958|
|15||CAPT. Tucker, James Francis||February 1958 - 1958|
|16||CDR. Carpenter, Ernest Leon||1958 - 10 November 1958|
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