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Navy Occupation Service Medal
|26 to 28 July 1953|
|23 to 25 August 1953|
|19 to 21 September 1953|
|18 October to 5 November1953|
|1 to 4 December 1953|
|19 to 21 August 1954|
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|USAT General H. F. Hodges
Photo source Library of Congress
|53k||USAT General H. F. Hodges, date and location unknown.||Hyperwar US Navy in WWII|
|104k||USAT General H. F. Hodges during or after her austere 1946 Army conversion this ship received a single kingpost amidships to
enhance her cargo handling capability. Most ships did not receive this or its equivalent, a goalpost mast aft of the bridge, until their subsequent safety at sea
US Naval History and Heritage Command, Photo No. Unknown (Army Signal Corps Photo), courtesy Shipscribe.com.
|USNS General H. F. Hodges (T-AP-144)
|96k||Post card image of USNS General H. F. Hodges (T-AP-144) underway, date and location unknown.
US Navy photo.
|29k||USNS General H. F. Hodges (T-AP-144), date and location unknown.
US Navy photo
|Hyperwar US Navy in WWII|
|80k||USNS General H. F. Hodges (T-AP-144), date and location unknown.
US Navy photo
|William Zarkas, Retired MSC Boatswain
President, MSC Retiree Association
|328k||Ex-USNS General H. F. Hodges (T-AP-144) in merchant service as the Ogden SS. Co.'s SS James at anchor, date and location unknown.
Photo originally ©William Schell.
|212k||SS James moored pierside at Los Angeles, 20 March 1973.
A Keith Wood owned negative used with permission.
|Chris Howell, Southland Ship Stores Limited, Port of Bluff, N.Z.|
|01||CDR. Hilton, Carl Hoever USCG||6 April 1945 - 13 May 1946|
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