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|Campaign and Dates||Campaign and Dates|
|Western New Guinea operations
Supporting and consolidating operations designated by Commander 7th Fleet, 3 July to 9 September 1944
Leyte landings, 14 to 29 November 1944
Ormoc Bay landings, 7 to 8 December 1944
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| USS ATR-31
|31k||USS ATR-31 moored pierside 5 October 1943, probably at her builders yard, at Northwest Shipbuilding, South Bellingham, WA.||Tommy Trampp|
|2622k||USS ATR-31 underway in the Pacific Northwest, circa October 1943.
Photo by Bert Huntoon.
|Paul J McCue for his father LTjg Martin C. McCue USNR USS ATR-31|
|60k||USS Lamson (DD-367) afire off Ormoc, Leyte, 7 December 1944, after she was hit by a Kamikaze. The tug assisting with fire fighting is probably USS ATR-31
US National Archives photo #: 80-G-290898, a US Navy photo now in the collections of the US National Archives
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| BAP Condestable Selendon (Q01)
|55k||Ex-USS ATR-31 in Peruvian Naval service as BAP Condestable Selendon (Q01) at anchor or moored to a buoy, circa 1951, location unknown. Official Peruvian Navy photo.||Robert Hurst|
|93k||BAP Condestable Selendon(Q01) in the Canal Zone, 10 February 1954.
US Naval History and Heritage Command photo # NH 87849, courtesy of Dr. Robert L. Scheina.
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