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|115k||USS Apollo (AS-25) loading supplies off New York circa late 1944. Covered lighter YF-236 and a tug are alongside.
US National Archives photo # 19-N-73530, RG-19-LCM, a US Navy Bureau of Ships photo now in the collections of the US National Archives.
|72k||Front and back of photo of USS Apollo (AS-25) given to crew members while the ship was tending submarines at New Orleans in October 1945 .||Wally Sunderhauf USS Apollo|
|161k||Artifacts made in the machine shops of USS Apollo (AS-25).||C.W.Sunderhauf|
|41k||USS Apollo (AS-25) crew members, from left to right; Andy Anderson, Danels, Bill Adair, and C.W. Sunderhauf.||C.W.Sunderhauf|
|123k||USS Apollo (AS-25) Decommissioning Commemorative Coin.
The "coin" is 2 inches in diameter and 1/8 of an inch thick and made of Aluminum. Front; a profile of the Apollo and submarines moored to her port side and the words "1945 Service Medal". Back; "SUBSQDN 28" and a list of ports visited or stationed during the war. "New London", "Panama", "Diego" (meaning San Diego), "Pearl" and "Guam". All ports listed were on her war time cruise itinerary. These names surround a montage of enlisted ratings symbols found aboard Apollo.
|01||CDR. Schultz, Charles D. USNR||31 December 1943 - 14 January 1944|
|Decommissioned||14 January 1944 - 29 September 1944|
|02||CAPT McCutchen, John Chapman||29 September 1944 - 1 June 1945|
|03||CAPT Hardin, James Thomas||1 June 1945 -19 December 1945|
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