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| USCGC Electra (WPC-187)
|108k||USCGC Electra (WPC-187) was turned over to President Franklin D. Roosevelt to use as his yacht . Electra replaced the Department of Commerce Inspection Boat USS Sequoia (AG-23, which was been returned to that department. Electra was large enough to accommodate the Presidential party and secret service agents. Electra was brought to Washington D.C. and formally turned over to the White House on 8 November 1935, She was renamed and designated USS Potomac (AG-25).
US Library of Congress, Photo No. LC-H21-C-521
| USS Potomac (AG-25)
|108k||USS Potomac (AG-25) under way near the Norfolk Navy Yard, Portsmouth, VA., 13 April 1936, soon after conversion from a Coast
Guard cutter to a Presidential yacht.
US Naval History and Heritage Command photo # NH 42600 courtesy Shipscribe.com/
|51k||USS Potomac (AG-25) underway, date and location unknown.||Hazegray & Underway|
|77k||USS Potomac (AG-25) under way, location unknown. Note the presidential seal on the face of the bridge and the presidential flag flying from the main mast. FDR stands between two naval officers forward of the stack.
Photo courtesy of the Courier Gazette, Rockland, ME. from "U.S. Coast Guard Cutters and Craft of World War II" by Robert L. Scheina.
|56k||USS Potomac (AG-25) moored pierside, circa 1937, location unknown.
US Navy photo
|99k||USS Potomac (AG-25) under way, 9 June 1939, with President F.D. Roosevelt and King George V1 and Queen Mary of
the United Kingdom embarked during a royal visit to Washington, D.C. Note the flag of the British Royal family on the foremast and the Presidential flag at the main
top. Note also that the mainmast has been moved forward since the ship's 1936 conversion.
US Navy photo # NR&L(M) 24730 & NR&L(M) 24731 from the collections of the US Naval History and Heritage Command, courtesy Shipscribe.com.
|132k||USS Potomac (AG-25) moored pierside at Washington Navy Yard, Washington, D.C. in July 1939. The long building behind the
ship's bow today (2009) houses the U.S. Navy Museum.
US Navy photo # NR&L(M) 24753 from the collections of the US Naval History and Heritage Command, courtesy Shipscribe.com.
|90k||USS Potomac (AG-25) under way off Norfolk Navy Yard, circa 1940.||Tommy Trampp|
|322k||USS Iuka (AT-37) undergoing an availability in Berth 5, Norfolk Navy Yard, Portsmouth, VA., 15 November 1941. Moored outboard
are the Presidential Yacht USS Potomac (AG-25) and USS Calypso (AG-35) the escort for Potomac
Two covered lighters are visible in the background; upper right background, barely visible, is a British aircraft carrier, probably
HMS Illustrious (87).|
US National Archives, Photo # 19-N-26088, a US Navy Bureau of Ships photo now in the collections of the US National Archives
|395k||Presidential yacht USS Potomac (AG-25) moored at Washington Navy Yard, Washington, D.C., 5 May 1942.
Potomac was the backdrop for a group photo of the Navy Diving School personnel.
US National Archives Photo # 80-G-7166, a US Navy Photo now in the collections of the US National Archives.
|National Historical Landmark - USS Potomac (AG-25)
|47k||Ex-USS Potomac (AG-25) moored at her berth, the FDR pier, at Jack London Square, Oakland, CA., 27 May 2003.
Photo courtesy of Christopher J. Wood
|136k||Ex-USS Potomac (AG-25) moored at her berth, the FDR pier, at Jack London Square, Oakland, CA. in 2008.
Photos by Al Riel USS John Rogers.
|1117k||Ex-USS Potomac (AG-25) moored at her berth, the FDR pier, at Jack London Square, Oakland, CA., 30 April 2010.||CAPT Jack C. Goldthorpe, USCG (Ret.)|
|1628k||Ex-USS Potomac (AG-25) entering the Sausalito (CA) Channel, 7 November 2010.||Photo by CAPT Jack C. Goldthorpe, USCG (Ret.)|
|01||LCDR. Clark, Augustus Dayton||2 March 1936 - 1938|
|02||LCDR. Jones, Walter Raymond||1938 - 1940|
|03||LCDR. Leahey Jr., George Aloysius :RADM||1940 - May 1941|
|04||LCDR. Pratt Jr., William Veazie||May 1941 - January 1943|
|05||LCDR. Kevers, John Herbert||January 1943 - 18 November 1945|
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