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| USS Procyon (AG-11)
|119k||USS Procyon (AG-11), circa 1921-1922, at the beginning of her Navy service. She does not yet have the numerous airports in the hull that distinguished this class from the Capella (AK-13) class.
US Naval History and Heritage Command. Photo # NH 44361
|634k||Ships in "Dress Ship" decoration for Washington's Birthday 22 February 1924 in Target Bay, Calebra, West Indies. Identifiable ships are from left to right:
(far left) USS La Vallette (DD-315),
USS Hull (DD-330),
USS Noa (DD-343), (between Hull and Noa in the background)
USS Mervine (DD-322), (behind Hull)
USS Mullany (DD-325), (center)
USS S-20 (SS-125) directly behind the submarine is the flagship USS Procyon (AG 11). The other ships to the right in the photo are unknown.
|Robert M. Cieri|
|391k||USS Procyon (AG 11) enroute to the Panama Canal Zone, February 1924.
US Navy photo
|Robert M. Cieri|
|1147k||USS Procyon (AG 11) moored at Mare Island Navy Yard, 1 July 1926. YD 33 is in the background and the civilian ferry Vallejo is to the right of Procyon.
File name: AG 11 6127-26, Navy Photo, 7/1/26.
|100k||USS Procyon (AG-11) at New York, 29 April 1927, while serving as flagship of the Fleet Base Force and of its Train Squadron Two, which normally operated with the Battle Fleet in the Pacific.
US Naval History and Heritage Command. Photo # NH 44362
|144k||USS Procyon (AG-11) in port with battleships of the Battle Fleet circa 1928-1929.
Behind her is a battleship of the Colorado (BB-45) class and to the left is a modernized unit of the New York (BB-34) class with another of the "big five" behind her. The New York class completed modernization in 1927. Procyon still has a kingpost and boom between the bridge and amidships deckhouse, although a light deck now fills the gap in this area.
US Naval History and Heritage Command. Photo # NH 86626
|Merchant Marine Training Ship
|110k||US Merchant Marine Academy training ship TS Empire State in the Potomac River near Washington, D.C., 16 June 1936, as training ship for the New York Merchant Marine Academy. Formerly USS Procyon (AG-11), she underwent relatively few changes in her conversion to a training ship, although she has lost her kingposts between the bridge and smokestack.
US National Archives, RG-19-LCM, Photo # 19-N-26702 a US Navy Bureau of Ships photo now in the collections of the US National Archives.
|64k||US Merchant Marine Academy training ship TS American Pilot underway off New York City as a civilian merchant marine training ship between 1940 and 1948.
US Naval History and Heritage Command photo # NH 105258. Donation of Captain Stephen S. Roberts, USNR (Retired), 2007.
|47k||Massachusetts Maritime Academy training ship TS Bay State II at anchor, date and location unknown.||Mass. Maritime Academy|
|61k||TS Bay State II underway, date and location unknown.||Mass. Maritime Academy|
|01||LT. David, Bertram||30 November 1921 - August 1922|
|02||CAPT. Berry, Robert Lawrence||August 1922 - July 1923|
|03||CDR. Freyer, Frank Barrows||1 October 1923 - 4 December 1924|
|04||CDR. Orr, Henry Atwood||4 December 1924 - 10 June 1925|
|05||CDR. Smead, Walter Albert||10 June 1925 - 23 May 1927|
|06||CAPT. Frught, Max Mike||23 May 1927 - 3 February 1930|
|07||CDR. Sahm, Leo||3 February 1931 - 1 April 1931|
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