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|USS Alert (Gunboat)
|32k||Modern artists version of USS Alert under full sail.
Painting from the US Naval Institute collection.
|85k||USS Alert entering drydock at Mare Island Navy Yard, date unknown.
US Navy Yard Mare Island photo S 18871404.
|122k||USS Alert at anchor, 1895, location unknown.
US Navy photo from the collections of the Library of Congress
|162k||USS Alert at anchor, circa 1901-1902, location unknown.
US Navy photos now in the collations of the US Library of Congress, photo #'s unknown and LC-D4-21617_R
|Larry Pearce and Mike Green|
|45k||USS Alert at anchor, date and location unknown
US Navy photo
|656k||Mare Island Navy Yard, September-October 1889. Ships present:
USS Monongahela, outboard of,
USS Monadnock (under construction),
USC&GS Carlisle P. Patterson,
USS Charleston (C-2) (being outfitted),
Floating dry dock and
USS Independence (Receiving Ship)
Ships in the channel (left to right)
USS Alert and
US Navy photo from the collections of the Vallejo Naval and Historical Museum
|Darryl Baker and Robb Johnson|
|50k||USS Alert at anchor, date and location unknown.
Photo source "Janes' Fighting Ships 1914"
|1465k||USS Alert under tow by the tug Unadilla in San Francisco Bay, circa 1902.||Darryl Baker|
|USS Alert (Submarine Tender #4)
|2388k||USS Alert (Submarine Tender #4) in dry dock #2 at Mare Island Navy Yard, Vallejo, CA., 21 January 1913, with three of her brood, from left to right; USS F-1 (Submarine # 20), USS F-2 (Submarine # 21), USS F-3 (Submarine # 22).
Mare Island Navy Yard photo # MINSY 01211913-01
|77k||USS Alert (Submarine Tender #4), serving as tender for the Third Submarine Division of the Pacific Fleet, laying alongside the wharf at Kuahua, U.S. Naval Station, Pearl Harbor, 22 August 1917.
K-3 (Submarine #34) and
K-4 (Submarine #35) are identifiable alongside; the unidentifiable "boat" is probably either
K-7 (Submarine #38) or K-8 (Submarine #39).
US Navy photo # NH 83866 from DANFS.
|Joe Radigan MACM USN Ret an Robert Hurst|
|144k||USS Alert (Submarine Tender #4), at Long Beach CA., circa 1914. The submarines along side are "F" class boats.
US Navy photo
|693k||Post card image of USS Alert (Submarine Tender #4) moored at San Pedro, CA. The submarines alongside are "F" class boats, circa 1916.||Photo - Ron Reeves
Caption - Ric Hedman
|CDR., Manley, Henry DeHaven, USN (USNA 1860)||5 April 1874 - 27 May 1875||Pre-Comm|
|01||CDR. Sampson, William Thomas, USN :RADM (USNA 1861)||27 May 1875 - 12 December 1876||Gunboat|
|02||CDR. Marvin, Joseph Dana, USN (USNA 1860)||12 December 1876 - 14 April 1879||Gunboat|
|03||CDR. Huntington, Charles Lathrop, USN (USNA 1862)||14 April 1879 - 9 March 1881||Gunboat|
|04||CDR. Kempff, Louis, USN (USNA 1862)||9 March 1881 - 25 November 1881||Gunboat|
|05||CDR. Barclay, Charles James, USN (USNA 1864)||25 November 1881 - 31 July 1882||Gunboat|
|Decommissioned||31 July 1882 - 8 October 1883|
|06||CDR. Barclay, Charles James, USN (USNA 1864)||8 October 1883 - 23 September 1886||Gunboat|
|Decommissioned||23 September 1886 - 15 June 1887|
|07||CDR. Graham, James Dunn, USN (USNA 1862)||15 January 1887 - 23 January 1889||Gunboat|
|08||CDR. Green, James G., USN||23 January 1889 - 6 February 1890||Gunboat|
|Decommissioned||6 February 1890 - 9 October 1890|
|09||CDR. Hitchcock, Roswell Dwight, USN (USNA 1865)||9 October 1890 - 10 October 1892||Gunboat|
|10||CDR. Durand, George Robert, USN||10 October 1892 - 23 September 1893||Gunboat|
|Decommissioned||23 September 1893 - 2 April 1894|
|11||CDR. Morgan, William Arthur, USN||4 April 1894 - 8 October 1894||Gunboat|
|12||CDR. Ide, George Elmore, USN (USNA 1865)||8 October 1894 - 21 July 1895||Gunboat|
|13||CDR. Hanford, Franklin, USN (USNA 1866)||21 July 1895 - ?||Gunboat|
|Decommissioned||4 June 1898 - 11 May 1901|
|14||CDR. Blockinger, Gottfried, USN (USNA 1868)||11 May 1901 - 24 December 1901||Gunboat|
|15||CDR. Adams, James Dexter, USN (USNA 1868)||24 December 1901 - 15 November 1902||Gunboat|
|16||CDR. Kimball, William Wirt, USN (USNA 1869)||15 November 1902 - 10 December 1903||Gunboat|
|Decommissioned||10 December 1903 - 25 January 1912|
|17||LT. Smith, Charles Earl, USN (USNA 1903)||25 January 1912 - 17 February 1914||Submarine Tender No. 4|
|18||LT. Canaga, Bruce Livingston, USN (USNA 1908)||17 February 1914 - 10 June 1915||Submarine Tender No. 4|
|19||LT. Lawry, Frank Jacob, USN (USNA 1911)||10 June 1915 - 9 July 1916||Submarine Tender No. 4|
|20||LTjg. Thom, John Culbertson, USN (USNA 1911)||9 July 1916 - 10 March 1918||Submarine Tender No. 4|
|21||LCDR. Ashley, John Marlin, USN (USNA 1909)||10 March 1918 - 1 April 1919||Submarine Tender No. 4|
|22||CAPT. Shackford, Chauncey, USN (USNA 1899)||1 April 1919 - 6 February 1921||Submarine Tender No. 4 / AS-4|
|23||CAPT. Miller, William Siebel, USN (USNA 1899)||6 February 1921 - 9 March 1922||AS-4|
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