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|Campaign and Dates||Campaign and Dates|
|North African occupation
Algeria-Morocco landings, 8 to 17 November 1942
|Okinawa Gunto operation
Assault and occupation of Okinawa Gunto, 1 to 9 April 1945
Gela, 10 to 12 July 1943
9 September 1943
|Invasion of Normandy
Utah beach, 6 June 1944
|Invasion of Southern France
14 to 16 August 1944
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|89k||SS President Roosevelt underway in the livery of the United States Lines, date and location unknown.||Robert Hurst|
|188k||SS President Roosevelt underway in the livery of the United States Lines, circa 1927, location unknown.||Tommy Trampp|
|122k||Post card image of SS President Roosevelt underway in the livery of the United States Lines, date and location unknown. Courtesy MaritimeDigital Archive.||Robert Hurst|
|86k||Post card image of SS President Roosevelt underway in the livery of the United States Lines, circa 1936 in New York harbor.||Tommy Trampp|
|USS Joseph T. Dickman (AP-26)
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Digital ID: cph 3c22292 Source: Library of Congress Prints and Photographs
|106k||Looking aft from the flight deck of USS Ranger (CV-4) is USS Orizaba (AP-24), center, with USS Joseph T. Dickman (AP-26) steaming in column astern, while en route to Cape Town, South Africa, 21 November 1941. A Vought SB2U scout bomber, of Scouting Squadron 41 (VS-41) is parked at right. Visible on the flight deck is the letter "G" of Ranger's pre-war identification marking "RNGR".
US National Archives photo # 80-G-466194, a US Navy photo now in the collections of the US National Archives.
|112k||USS Joseph T. Dickman (AP-26), upper left, and USS Leonard Wood (AP-25), foreground, in Hampton Roads, 12 September 1942. These two ships were the only transports of this class to have only three goalpost masts while in Naval service. APA 12-17 and AP 42-43 all received four Welin triple davits per side during their initial conversion or soon thereafter.
US National Archives, RG-19-LCM photo # 19-N-34527. A US Navy Bureau of Ships photo now in the collections of the US National Archives.
|USS Joseph T. Dickman (APA-13)
|134k||USS Joseph T. Dickman (APA-13) underway in April 1942. Her camouflage is Measure 32R.
US Navy photo #: NH 99278 from the collections of the Naval Historical Center.
|133k||USS Joseph T. Dickman (APA-13) at anchor circa 1943.
A US Navy photo now in the collections of the US National Archives. US National Archives photo 26-G-12-14-43(4) from the US Coast Guard Collection in the US National Archives.
|46k||USS Joseph T. Dickman (APA-13) underway, 8 April 1943, location unknown.
US Navy photo.
|Joe Radigan MACM USN Ret.|
|63k||USS Joseph T. Dickman (APA-13) at anchor while disembarking
troops, date and location unknown.
US Navy photo
|57k||USS Joseph T. Dickman (APA-13) at anchor while disembarking
troops, date and location unknown.
US Navy photo
|Joe Radigan, MACM USN Ret|
|123k||USS Joseph T. Dickman (APA-13) at anchor in Loch Long, near Gourock, Scotland in 1944.||Harry Harvey|
|98k||USS Joseph T. Dickman (APA-13) in port during World War II.
US Navy photo # NH 99277 from "Troopships of World War II", by Roland W. Charles, from the collections of the US Naval History and Heritage Command.
|57k||USS Joseph T. Dickman (APA-13) at sea in convoy with other transports, probably at the time of the Southern France invasion, August 1944. Photographed from USS Quincy (CA-71).
A US Navy photo now in the collections of the US National Archives.US National Archives photo #: 80-G-K-1947 (Color).
|68k||USS Joseph T. Dickman (APA-13)'s LCVP No. 25, among other LCVPs, being loaded with men and equipment during the first days of June 1944 at one of the "hards" (paved strips running to the water's
edge) in southern England for the invasion of Normandy.
US Army Signal Corps photo.
|2714k||USS Joseph T. Dickman (APA-13)'s LCVP 13-22 loaded with infantry along with and unidentified LCVP on there way to the ship for the cross channel ride, probably in an English port on 4 or 5 June 1944. Note USS LCI(L)-489 in the center background, along with Rhino Barge RB-24 loaded with ambulances,||Manuel Provence|
|294k||USS Joseph T. Dickman (APA-13) unloading a jeep into her LCM No. 2 while anchored off the invasion beaches at Normandy, circa June 1944.||Tommy Trampp|
|01||LCDR. Harwood, Charles W. USCG||10 June 1941 - 27 July 1943|
|02||CAPT. Mauerman, Raymond J. USCG :VADM||27 July 1943 - 26 August 1944|
|03||CAPT. Leamy, Frank Ashton USCG :RADM||26 August 1944 - 29 January 1946|
|04||CDR. Morrison, Donald Gregor USCG :VADM||29 January 1946 - 7 March 1946|
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