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|USS Navajo (Fleet Tug No. 52)
|1708k||USS Navajo in dry dock #1 at Mare Island Navy Yard, Vallejo, CA. in May 1908. Note the five target rafts are in the forward end of the dry dock.
US Navy photo.
|84k||Salvage of USS F-4 (SS-23), April-August 1915. Salvage pontoons on the surface, off Honolulu, Hawaii, circa 29 August 1915, after the final lifting of the sunken submarine in preparation for towing her into Honolulu harbor.
Note wooden protective sheathing around the pontoons. Salvage equipment was devised by Naval Constructor Julius A. Furer.
The tug at right is probably USS Navajo.
US Navy photo # NH 74732 from the collections of the US Naval Historical Center, Courtesy of Donald M. McPherson, 1972.
|104k||Salvage of USS F-4 (SS-23), April-August 1915. All salvage pontoons on the surface, off Honolulu, Hawaii, circa 29 August 1915, with preparations under way to tow the sunken submarine into Honolulu harbor. The tug at right is probably USS Navajo.
US Navy photo # NH 43499 from the collections of the US Naval Historical Center, Halftone photograph, copied from "Transactions of the Society of Naval Architects and Marine Engineers", Volume 24, 1916, Figure 13.
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|109k||USS Navajo moored pierside, date and location unknown.
US Naval History and Heritage Command photo # NH 83836, courtesy Shipscribe.com.
|124k||USS Navajo moored pierside in a warm weather port with awnings spread. Date and location unknown.
US National Archives, RG-19-N, box 57, photo # 19-N-10568, a US Navy Bureau of Ships photo now in the collections of the US National Archives, courtesy Shipscribe.com.
|160k||IX-56 alongside USS Oklahoma (BB-37), 26 January 1943 while serving as a floating messing facility for personnel involved in the salvage of the capsized battleship.< br>US Naval History and Heritage Command S-082-C(2) photo # 80-G-43151, 80-G-43064 and Unknown, courtesy Shipscribe.com.||Mike Green|
|01||CHBOSN. Rettig, August||18 March 1908 - 15 May 1910|
|02||LT. Bowen Sr., Harold Gardiner,(temporary) :VADM||15. May 1910 - 24 April 1911|
|03||CHGUNNER. Babson, Charles Bradford||24 April 1911 - 14 November 1911|
|04||CHBOSN. Metters, Frederick William||14 November 1911 - 6 November 1918|
|05||BOSN. Piercey Ernest Richard||6 November 1916 - 9 October 1917|
|06||LT. Rassler, Louis Herman||9 October 1917 - 9 November 1920|
|07||CHBOSN. Greene, Charles Leo||9 November 1920 - 1 August 1922|
|08||BOSN. Speaker, Albert||1 August 1922 - 29 August 1922|
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