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|386k||USS Paiute (ATF-159) commissioning crew photo taken, 27 August 1945, at Charleston Shipbuilding and Dry Dock Co., Charleston, S.C. (Burton H. Idol S2/c sixth from left, front row.)||Henry Idol for his father Burton H. Idol S2/c USS Paiute.|
US National Archives Photo # 80-G-346747
|159k||USS Paiute (ATF-159) Off Charleston, South Carolina, 27 August 1945, after completion by the Charleston Shipbuilding and Drydock Co.
US National Archives Photo #'s 80-G-346747, 80-G-346746, 19-N-88684, 19-N-88685 and 19-N-88686 US Navy photos now in the collections of the US National Archives
US National Archives Photo # 80-G-346746
US National Archives Photo # 19-N-88684
US National Archives Photo # 19-N-88685
US National Archives Photo # 19-N-88686
|70k||USS Paiute (ATF-159) preparing to get underway, date and location unknown.||Margaret Rutledge for her father Charlie Rutledge EM, USS Paiute.|
|99k||USS Paiute (ATF-159) under way, date and location unknown.||Donal J Holland SKC USN Ret.
USS Paiute April 1963 to July 1965
|75k||USS Paiute (ATF-159) under way, date and location unknown.||Donal J Holland SKC USN Ret.
USS Paiute April 1963 to July 1965
|238k||USS Paiute (ATF-159) under way in Chesapeake Bay, 7 March 1952.
US National Archives photo # 80-G-440056 a US Navy photo now in the collections of the US National Archives
|177k||USS Paiute (ATF-159) at anchor Guantanamo Bay, Cuba. 15 July 1952.
US National Archives photo # 80-G-443656 a US Navy photo now in the collections of the US National Archives
|37k||USS Paiute (ATF-159) under way in the Chesapeake Bay, date unknown.||Submitted by Duane Greninger
of Fleet Tug Sailors)
|114k||USS Paiute (ATF-159) under way in July 1965, location unknown.
US Naval History and Heritage Command photo courtesy Shipscribe.com.
|200k||Post card image of USS Paiute (ATF-159), USS Suribachi (AE-21) and USS English (DD-696) moored at Naval Station Mayport, Fl., circa 1956 to 1970.||Mike Brock|
|97k||USS Paiute (ATF-159) under way, location unknown. Photo taken from USS Garcia (DE-1040) in 1971||Photo by Steve Singlar|
|236k||USS Paiute (ATF-159) moored, Pier No. 3 Washington Navy Yard, 1 May 1981.
Photo by Don S. Montgomery, USN (Ret). US DefenseImagery photo VIRIN: DN-ST-90-11506
|97k||USS Paiute (ATF-159), Papago (ATF-160) and USS Recovery (ARS-43) in storage near Portsmouth, VA., 18 October 1994. In the back of the basin are two patrol missile hydrofoil patrol boats of the Pegasus class, three ocean minesweepers, USS Fortify (MSO-446) and two others. DVIC Photo DNSC9501404||Don S. Montgomery, Defense Visual Information Center|
|101k||Ex-USS Paiute (ATF-159) being broken up for scrap at Chesapeake, VA in November 2003.||Alan Owen|
|01||LT. Lewandowski, Stanley John||27 August 1945 - ?|
|02||LT. Garnache, Samuel Cresswell||June 1957 - December 1969|
|03||LT. Miguel Jr., Theodore||December 1959 - December 1961|
|04||LT. Mathews, Richard Louis||1963|
|05||LCDR. Graff, Howard Byron||1969|
|06||LCDR. Frost, Bobby Eugene||1971 - January 1973|
|07||LCDR. Allen, Glenn R.||January 1973 - 1974|
|08||LT. Bishop, Peter Birney, USN (USNA 1968)||1974|
|09||LT. Ryan III, Dennis Leo, USN (USNA 1970)||18 February 1977 - 24 January 1979|
|10||LT. Whittle III, Alfred James, USN (USNA 1971)||24 January 1979 - 17 July 1981|
|11||LT. Stark, Timothy Benton||17 July 1981 - 27 July 1983|
|12||LCDR. Gibson, James Harold||27 July 1983 - 23 August 1985|
|Decommissioned||23 August 1985 - 30 September 1988|
|13||LCDR. Crooks, William Thomas||30 September 1988 - February 1990|
|14||LT. Smith, Henry Clayton, USN (USNA 1982)||March 1992 - 7 August 1992|
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