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|MY Sequoia II
|128k||MY Sequoia II under way probably shown after completing construction in 1926. The image possibly from a yachting magazine, is
captioned with the original name of the vessel Sequoia II.
US Navy photo # NR&L(M) 22931 from the collections of the US Naval History and Heritage Command, courtesy Shipscribe.com.
|USS Sequoia (AG-23)
|267k||USS Sequoia (AG-23) being fitted out at Washington for use by President Franklin Delano Roosevelt, 5 April 1933.
International News Photo.
|103k||USS Sequoia (AG-23) off Washington, D.C., in 1938 (possibly 25 May).
US National Archives, RG-19-LCM, photo # 19-N-18834, a US Navy Bureau of Ships photo now in the collections of the US National Archives, courtesy Shipscribe.com.
|122k||Potomac River Flood, October 1942. View of the Anacostia River waterfront, looking southeasterly from over the Washington Navy Yard, showing
flood conditions. The 11th Street Bridge is at left, with the southeastern portion of the Navy Yard in the lower part of the view and part of the Anacostia Naval Station
on the opposite side of the river.
Ships in the river include USS Hartford (IX-13), in center; USS Dauntless (PG-61), tied up to one of the Navy Yard's piers at right; and USS Sequoia (AG-23), moored in the middle of the river at right. Note how far the flood waters have advanced up the Navy Yard's streets, well beyond Buildings # 1 and 76, in the lower right center.
US Naval History and Heritage Command Photo # NH 82601.
|79k||USS Sequoia (AG-23) under way on the Potomac River, date unknown.
US Navy photo
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|29k||USS Sequoia (AG-23) under way on the Potomac River, date unknown.
US Navy photo
|Hyperwar US Navy in WWII|
|129k||USS Sequoia (AG-23) under way on the Anacostia River off Washington, D.C., 17 November 1960. By this time the mast had been
moved forward, the stack had acquired a shallow cap, the boat stowage had been modified, and the deckhouse had been extended aft.
US Navy photo # KN-1130 from the collections of the US Naval History and Heritage Command, courtesy Shipscribe.com.
|184k||Pen and ink drawing of USS Sequoia (AG-23) underway, date unknown.||Tommy Trampp|
|188k||Sequoia passing in review, 4 July 1986, during the International Naval Review at New York City celebrating the centennial of
the Statue of Liberty. She has been carefully restored to the configuration she had in the 1950s and 1960s.
Defense Imagery photo # DN-ST-87 02477, courtesy Shipscribe.com.
|MY Sequoia II
|1055k||Ex-USS Sequoia (AG-23) travels down the Potomac River near Washington, D.C., 23 April 2003. The Navy Museum at Washington Navy yard hosted a crew reunion for former crew members of Sequoia during which family members had a chance for a cruise aboard the yacht. Sequoia served as the Presidential Yacht for 45 years before being sold by President Carter in 1977, Sequoia was home berthed at the Washington Navy Yard and served Presidents, Heads of State, and Foreign Dignitaries.
US Navy News Service photo # 030423-N-0000X-001
|102k||Sea Scouts from the National Capital Area Council’s Sea Scout Ship 548 and from the York-Adams Area Council’s Sea Scout Ship 25, York, PA were invited to conduct the “piping the side” ceremony for distinguished guests boarding the Ex-Presidential Yacht Sequoia, 22 July 2003, and then join the official party for a two-hour cruise down the Potomac River.
Photo #2 The Commodore "puts out the word" to the assembled Sea Scouts on how the event is to be handled
Photo #3 SSS Yorkshire - Ship 25 Contingent: Sea Scout Recruit Carl Chindblom, Apprentice Amanda Klinedinst, Recruit Eagle Scout Greg Timmons, Recruits Alex Miller and Phil Accardo, and Skipper George Kain.
|83k||Ex-USS Sequoia (AG-23) at her pier in the Washington Channel across from East Potomac Park, Washington, D.C., October 17, 2004.||Photo by Ramon Jackson|
|3110k||Ex-USS Sequoia (AG-23) at Washington Marina, November 2008.
Photo courtesy TCY (name unknown).
|Commanding Officers / Officer in Charge|
|01||LT. Blue, John Stuart (25)||25 March 1933 - 16 November 1933|
|03||CDR. Rosemont, Robert Kent (NG)||no dates|
|04||LCDR. Campbell Jr., Robert Lord :RADM||June 1936 - September 1937|
|05||LT. Sears, Norman Walker||1938 - ?|
|06||LT. Rice, Robert Henry :VADM||1939 - ?|
|07||LCDR. Pratt II, William Veazie||May 1941 - January 1943|
|08||CAPT. Taylor, H. W., USN||1950 - July 1951|
|09||CDR. MacDonald, W. R., USN (acting)||July 1951 - August 1951|
|10||CAPT. Lyon, Percy Haverly, USN||August 1951 - January 1953|
|11||CDR. Conner, Terrell Hoyt Woodward, USN (37)||January 1953 - September 1954|
|12||LCDR. Meanix Jr., William Henry||September 1954 - ?|
|13||LCDR. Bowling, Roland Alfred USN (46)||1957 - ?|
|14||LT. Duckett, Ross Belton USN (54)||1957 - 1958|
|16||CDR. Meek, Donald Bagnall||October 1959 - July 1962|
|16||LCDR. Ismay, Arthur Peter||July 1962 - June 1964|
|17||CDR. Beasley, Charles Jahns||June 1964 - ?|
|18||CDR. Combe, Andrew John. USN (NG)||1971 - ?|
|19||LCDR. Beliech, Jr., Dewey Eldridge USN (68)||1975 - 19 May 1977|
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