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|USS Fulton (Submarine Tender #1)
|123k||USS Fulton (Submarine Tender #1) at Boston Navy Yard, 26 February 1915, showing the ship's boat stowage.
US National Archives, RG-19-A-31, Photo # Unknown. A US Navy Bureau of Ships photo now in the collections of the US National Archives, courtesy Shipscribe.com.
|70k||USS Fulton (Submarine Tender #1) towing USS G-1 (Submarine # 19½), circa 1915. The original print's reverse contains the hand-written comment: "Towed 30 hrs. parted two line off Cape Hatteras, Fulton relieved by USS Castine (Gunboat # 6), Castine stood by G-1 in storm off Hatteras for 48 hrs. before she could pick her up. G-1 registered a roll of 72 degrees. Arrow over rubber necks head."rubber neck" is probably Chief Quartermaster John Harold. Photo from the Collection of Chief Quartermaster John Harold.
US Navy photo NH # 101546 from the collections of the US Naval Historical Center
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|114k||USS Fulton (Submarine Tender #1) circa 1915. Note the twin torpedo tube mount on the port side of the forecastle. It was
used for adjusting torpedoes but proved unsatisfactory for this purpose.
US Naval History and Heritage Command, Photo # NH 101545, courtesy Shipscribe.com.
|127k||USS Fulton (Submarine Tender #1) circa late 1917 with four submarines alongside.
The sub with her radio mast raised is USS L-8, the other three are Holland-type boats just
before deploying to Europe. Note, Fulton now has two 3"/50 guns on the forecastle in place of the torpedo tubes.
US Naval History and Heritage Command photo # NH 105912, courtesy Shipscribe.com.
|123k||USS Fulton (Submarine Tender #1) and USS Ardent (SP-680) moored pierside at Submarine Base, New London, CT., during WW1.
US Naval History and Heritage Command photo # NH 53972.
|1265k||USS Fulton (Submarine Tender #1) with submarines alongside at Bermuda, circa 1917-18.||Photo by James W. Anderson USS Alert, courtesy Kristina Olson Magill|
|USS Fulton (AS-1)
|71k||USS Fulton (AS-1) under way in New York Harbor, date unknown. Photo from "Jane's All The World's Fighting Ships 1924".||Robert Hurst|
|128k||USS Fulton (AS-1) moored pierside at Naval Station Coco Solo, Canal Zone, in April 1924.
US Naval History and Heritage Command photo # NH 1222., courtesy Shipscribe.com.
|121k||USS Fulton (AS-1) under way, date and location unknown. The caption attached to this photo reads "U.S. WARSHIP BURNS: 108 ABOARD SAVED. The U.S.S. Gunboat Fulton, afire was abandoned by 118 crew in Bias Bay, Hong Kong, China, March 14th. Of those aboard 108 were rescued. It was believed some were missing. The Fulton is of 1,160 tons displacement and was built in 1914. Bias Bay, off Hong Kong harbor is a notorious nest of Chinese pirates, and has been in their hands for years." CREDIT LINE (ACME) 3/14/34"||Tommy Trampp|
|USS Fulton (PG-49)
|160k||USS Fulton (PG-49) drydocked at Philadelphia Navy Yard in September 1930 while being reactivated as a gunboat. One 3"/50 AA
gun has been installed on the center line forward, a second is probably aft.
US National Archives, RG-19-E, Photo No. Unknown. A US Navy Bureau of Ships photo now in the collections of the US National Archives, courtesy Shipscribe.com.
|89k||USS Fulton (PG-49) at Hong Kong after burning at sea on 14 March 1934. She was towed into Junk Bay near Hong Kong by a
British naval tug after a British destroyer and a merchantman rescued her crew. The wooden pilot house was completely destroyed by the intense fire and much of the
rest of the ship was gutted. Her forward 3"/50 AA gun, however, survived unscathed.
US Naval History and Heritage Command (S-348-B), courtesy Shipscribe.com.
|01||LT. Willson, James David USN (03)||7 December 1914 - 17 June 1916||Submarine Tender # 1|
|02||LT. Taylor, Conant||17 June 1916 - ?||Submarine Tender # 1|
|03||CDR. Cutts, Elwin Fisher||January 1918 - March 1918||Submarine Tender # 1|
|04||LCDR. Combs, Walter Vincent||March 1918 - January 1919||Submarine Tender # 1|
|05||LT. Maher, James Edward :VADM||January 1919 - 15 February 1919||Submarine Tender # 1|
|06||CAPT. Oliver, Frederick Lansing||15 February 1919 - ?||Submarine Tender # 1|
|07||LCDR. Brown, Stuart Southerland||15 February 1923 - February 1925||AS-1|
|08||CDR. Smith Jr., Oscar||30 June 1930 - ?||AS-1|
|09||CDR. Cooper Jr., Henry George||1932||PG-49|
|10||CDR. McHenry, Harry Dickson||1934||PG-49|
|11||LCDR. Coleman, William Bryan||no dates|
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