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Tillamook (AT-16) (1920 - 1936)
Tillamook (Fleet Tug #16) (1914 - 1920)
1913-International Radio Call Sign:
Nan - Oboe - Cast - Boy
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|Tillamook (Fleet Tug #16)
|115k||Tillamook (Fleet Tug #16) assisting USS Saturn near Mare Island Navy Yard, 11 May 1916. Saturn was altered to serve as a support ship for Navy radio stations in Alaska and elsewhere.
US Navy History and Heritage Command photo courtesy Shipscribe.com
|43k||Tillamook (Fleet Tug #16) probably ferrying passengers between Navy Yard Mare Island and the city of Vallejo, CA., date unknown.||Robert Hurst, courtesy Bill Mozinga and the National Association of Fleet Tug Sailors (NAFTS)|
|172k||Tillamook (AT-16) drydocked Navy Yard Mare Island, Vallejo, CA., circa 1916-1918.
US Naval History and Heritage Command. Photo # NH 43727, courtesy Shipscribe.com.
|122k||Tillamook (AT-16) moored at Mare Island Navy Yard in early 1924.
US Navy photo from the collections of the Vallejo Naval and Historical Museum.
|60k||Tillamook (YT-122) assisting USS Kennebago (AO-81) away from her berth at the Navy Yard Mare Island, Vallejo, CA., 16 December 1943. Kennebago was heading out to sea after completion of an overhaul at the Navy Yard.
Navy Yard Mare Island photo # 8308-43.
|60k||Tillamook (YTM-122) alongside Floating Crane (YD-98) at Navy Yard Mare Island, 16 January 1945.
Navy Yard Mare Island photo # 442-45.
|88k||Broadside view of Tillamook (YTM-122) at Mare Island, 9 November 1945. The funnels of destroyers USS De Haven (DD-727) and USS Maddox (DD-731) in dry dock #4 are in the background to the left.
Navy Yard Mare Island photo # 7019-45.
|Officers in Charge (OinC)|
|01||BOSN. Bruce, Frank||15 August 1914 - 5 April 1915|
|02||ChBOSN. Riley, John Aloysius||5 April 1915 - 20 September 1918|
|03||BOSN. Prest, Robert Edgar||20 September 1918 - 24 November 1923|
|04||BOSN. Carter, John Lyman||24 November 1923 - 8 December 1924|
|05||ChBOSN. Eng, Oscar||8 December 1924 - 11 December 1926|
|06||ChBOSN. Hedges, Walter Webster||11 December 1926 - 1 June 1927|
|07||ChBOSN. Brun, Henry Milton||1 June 1927 - 1 January 1928|
|08||ChBOSN. Cole, Forest Ancil||1 January 1928 - 2 October 1929|
|09||ChBOSN. Turner, Lyle||2 October 1929 - 5 October 1931|
|10||ChBOSN. Haltnorth, Otto Julius Walter||5 October 1931 - 24 March 1932|
|11||ChBOSN. Kelley, Felix McDonald||24 March 1932 - 8 May 1933|
|12||ChBOSN. Collier, John William||8 May 1933 - 6 September 1935|
|13||ChBOSN. Harer, Alfred Sanford||6 September 1935 - 1 July 1937|
|14||ChBOSN. Ingraham, Kenneth Carr||1 July 1937 - 26 December 1938|
|15||ChBOSN. Horner, Clyde Stuart||26 December 1938 - 6 October 1939|
|16||ChBOSN. Legg, James Claude||6 October 1939 - ?|
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