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|124k||Tatnuck (Fleet Tug No. 27) at the Puget Sound Navy Yard, 23 July 1919, three days before commissioning.
Sciota (Fleet Tug No. 30) is fitting out on the left.
US Naval History and Heritage Command, Photo # NH 43682 a US Navy Bureau of Ships photo now in the collections of the US Naval History and Heritage Command, courtesy Shipscribe.com.
|142k||USS Tatnuck (AT-27) moored, circa 1920s, location unknown.
US National Archives, Photo # 19-N-16584 a US Navy Bureau of Ships photo now in the collections of the US National Archives, courtesy Shipscribe.com.
|56k||USS Tatnuck (AT-27) under way, circa 1930, location unknown.||Submitted by Robert Christensen
provided by his father Roland Christensen in honor his father
LTjg Christian Christensen USN, CO USS Tatnuck, 26 July 1919
|199k||USS Tatnuck (AT-27) passing under Fremont Bridge, 1936. The larger bridge in the background is the Aurora Bridge, officially
George Washington Memorial Bridge. Both bridges are on the National Register of Historic Places.
Item 73874, Seattle Bridges Photograph Album (Record Series 2613-23), Seattle Municipal Archives.
|45k||USS Tatnuck (AT-27) under way off Bremerton, WA., circa 1941.
Puget Sound Navy Yard photo # 1557041, now in the collections of NARA Seattle.
|54k||USS Tatnuck (AT-27) moored pierside at Naval Station Kodiak, Alaska, circa April 1944.
US Navy photo "Mud, Muscles and Miracles", by CAPT. Charles A. Bartholomew, USN and CDR. William I. Milwee, Jr., USN (Ret.)
|01||LTjg. Christensen, Christian||26 July 1919 - 30 October 1919|
|02||LTjg. Deewall, Raymond Gregory, LTJG :RADM||30 October 1919 - 3 June 1920|
|03||CHBOSN. Bailey, Clarence Luman||3 June 1920 - 1 February 1922|
|04||CHBOSN. Johnson, Harry Titus||1 February 1922 - 15 July 1924|
|05||CHBOSN. Fennerty, Harry Herman||15 July 1924 - 12 May 1926|
|06||CHBOSN. Bailey, Clarence Luman||12 May 1926 - 14 February 1927|
|07||CHBOSN. Romberg, Harry Benjamin||14 February 1927 - 30 May 1928|
|08||BOSN. Reed, Clarence R.||30 May 1928 - 22 November 1930|
|09||LT. Haines, Howard Edward||22 November 1930 - 13 April 1931|
|10||LT. Goebel, Charles Albert||13 April 1931 - 2 June 1932|
|11||LT. Simmons, Andrew||2 June 1932 - 8 June 1933|
|12||LTjg. Sugnet, Lee Ferrand||8 June 1933 - 1 March 1934|
|13||LTjg. Biggs, George Prettyman||1 March 1934 - 16 April 1936|
|14||LTjg. Kiefer, Durand||16 April 1936 - 17 June 1936|
|15||LT. Weigle, Claude Lee||17 June 1936 - 24 June 1938|
|16||LTjg. McPherson, Kenneth Seaton||24 June 1938 - 15 July 1939|
|17||LT. Perron, Herbert Vincent||15 July 1939 - 12 May 1940|
|18||BOSN. Swisher, Earl||12 may 1940 - 15June 1940|
|19||BOSN. Hugo, Herbert Fendle||15 June 1940 - 24 April 1941|
|20||CHBOSN. Freeborn, John Wesley||24 April 1941 - 18 December 1942|
|21||ENS. Coats, Winfred Bryan||18 December 1942 - 21 January 1944|
|22||LTjg. Anderson, Frank||21 January 1944 - 12 May 1945|
|23||LT. Artman, Leo Clifton||12 May 1945 - 12 September 1946|
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