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Korean War Campaigns
|Campaigns and Dates||Campaigns and Dates|
|North Korean Aggression
31 July to 1 August 1950
9 October to 2 November 1950
|Communist China Aggression
3 to 18 November 1950
5 to 6 January 1951
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|USS Admiral C. F. Hughes (AP-124)
Digital ID: npcc 17688 Source: Library of Congress Prints and Photographs
Maj. Genl. Wendell C. Neville, Adml. Chas. F. Hughes & Genl. Chas. P. Summerall, 10/30/29.
|233k||USS Admiral C. F. Hughes (AP-124) with landing craft alongside, date and location unknown.||Pat Garrison|
|359k||USS Admiral C. F. Hughes (AP-124) transiting the Panama Canal, 30 June 1945, enroute to Manila, Philippines,
where she arrived a month later. She was carrying troops to the Pacific that were being redirected from Europe to the Pacific. Image taken by US Navy aircraft stationed
at NAS Coco Solo.
US National Archives Photo # 80-G-339269, a US Navy photo now in the collections of the US National Archives.
|149k||USS Admiral C. F. Hughes (AP-124) underway during Operation "Magic Carpet", circa 1945-46.||Courtesy, Chuck Ulrich, coordinator/historian AP Transport Group|
|93k||USS Admiral C. F. Hughes (AP-124), moored pierside during Operation "Magic Carpet", circa 1945-46.||John Rubin for his father CPhM Seldon L. Rubin USS Admiral C. F. Hughes|
|165k||Aerial view of USS Admiral C. F. Hughes (AP-124) with returning Pacific war veterans during Operation "Magic Carpet", date and location unknown||Tommy Trampp|
|135k||1,200 Pacific war veterans line the rails of USS Admiral C. F. Hughes (AP-124) as she arrives at San Francisco, CA. 18 August 1945. Admiral C. F. Hughes was the first transport to arrive at the West Coast after the Japanese surrender.
|USAT Admiral C. F. Hughes
|78k||USAT Admiral C. F. Hughes underway in 1946, during Operation "Magic Carpet".||Mike Abrams, photos by his uncle John Thomas Brady|
|USAT General Edwin D. Patrick
U.S. Army Photo
|45k||Note this Christmas card is from USAT Admiral C. F. Hughes, December 1946. This must have been immediately after the US Army acquired control of the vessel and prior to changing her name to USAT General Edwin D. Patrick.||Ramon Jackson courtesy
|30k||USAT General Edwin D. Patrick postcard photo, circa 1948.||Lisa J. Slaughter|
|101k||USAT General Edwin D. Patrick underway after completing her full Army peacetime conversion in April 1948 and before her
transfer to the Navy in March 1950. She was one of seven ships of this class that received an extensive full conversion to peacetime transports and dependents carriers
in 1947-1948. In these ships the area between the bridge and the forecastle was filled in with additional accommodations, additional kingposts were fitted, and
numerous other changes were made.
US Army Signal Corps photo # SC-30-182-5385-2 now in the collections of the US Naval History and Heritage Command, courtesy Shipscribe.com.
|USNS General Edwin D. Patrick (T-AP-124)
|67k||USNS General Edwin D. Patrick (T-AP-124) passing under the Golden Gate Bridge, San Francisco, CA., date unknown.
US Navy photo
US Navy photo
|29k||USNS General Edwin D. Patrick (T-AP-124) underway, date and place unknown.
US Navy photo
|Military Sea Transportation Service Society|
|77k||USNS General Edwin D. Patrick (T-AP 124) arrives at Yokohama, Japan, with Servicemen's families, November 1951. They were the first dependents to arrive since the outbreak of the Korean War. Note Army band playing welcoming tunes at left. Photo by AFAN T. G. Donegan, dated 3 November 1951.
US National Archives photo # 80-G-437315, a US Navy photo now in the collections of the US National Archives
|US Naval Historical Center|
|90k||USNS General Edwin D. Patrick (T-AP-124 prior to November 1961. Numerous refinements, such as the graceful bridge wings, made
the fully converted ships far more attractive than the original transports. Note also the addition of kingpost pairs fore and aft for improved cargo handling.
US Naval History and Heritage Command, photo # unknown, courtesy Shipscribe.com.
|84k||Ex-USNS General Edwin D. Patrick (T-AP 124) laid up in reserve at Suisun Bay, Benecia, CA. alongside ex-USNS General John Pope (T-AP-110) in 2009.||092212410 - Maritime Administration
092212411 - Phil Mattingly
|1119k||Ex-USNS General Edwin D. Patrick (T-AP 124) underway as a flat tow in the North Channel, San Francisco Bay, 15 April 2010. Tugs were moving General Edwin D. Patrick from the National Reserve Defense Fleet, Suisun Bay, CA to a shipyard in San Francisco for cleaning of her hull. The vessel is bound for TX and the breaker's yard.||Photos by CAPT. Jack C. Goldthorpe, USCG (Ret.)|
|01||CAPT. Trebes Jr., John USCG||31 January 1945 - 26 May 1945|
|02||CAPT. Wells, Lester E. USCG||26 May 1945 - 24 August 1945|
|02||CAPT. Ford, Alexander Lawton USCG :RADM||24 August1945 - 3 May 1946|
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