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| USS Francis Marion (APA-249 / LPA-249)
Image from the University of San Diego, Department of History
|34k||USS Francis Marion (APA-249) under way, date and location unknown.
US Navy photo
|70k||USS Francis Marion (APA-249) under way, date and location unknown.
US Navy photo
USS Francis Marion web site
|93k||Amphibious Group at sea, 17 April 1964. The ships are USS Hermitage (LSD-34) in left foreground, USS Francis Marion (APA-249) in center, USS Plymouth Rock (LSD-29) in the left rear and USS Yancey (AKA-93) in the right rear. Three UH-34 helicopters are flying in formation over Francis Marion. Photo was received from USS Francis Marion in 1964.
US Naval History and Heritage Command photo #: NH 85059
|233k||USS Francis Marion (APA-249) under way in Hampton Roads, VA. in 1968
US Navy photo
|Photo by Masao Aochi|
|145k||USS Francis Marion (LPA-249) moored pierside at Norfolk, VA., Fall 1976||Photo by Steven Loomis IC3, USNR|
|41k||USS Francis Marion (LPA-249) moored pierside at Naval Base Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, Fall 1976||Photo by Steven Loomis IC3, USNR|
|75k||USS Francis Marion (LPA-249) departing Portsmouth Naval Shipyard, Portsmouth, VA., circa 1977.||Tommy Trampp|
|151k||USS Francis Marion (LPA-249) moored pierside at NOB Norfolk, VA. circa 1978.
Photo by Karsten Petersen
|82k||USS Francis Marion (LPA-249) under way, date and location unknown.
US Navy photo.
|316k||USS Francis Marion (LPA-249) in tow in the port of Antwerp, Belgium, 7 October 1978.||Photos by Gilbert Gyssels|
|68k||USS Francis Marion (LPA-249) at anchor in the harbor at Valletta, Malta, date unknown.||Richard Miller BMCS USNR Ret.|
| Aragón (L-22)
|45k||Aragón (L-22) Ship's patch||Francisco Javier Santos Vazquez, La Coruña, Spain|
|92k||Ex-USS Francis Marion (APA-249), seen here in Spanish service as Aragón (L-22), Cadiz, Spain in 1984.||Photo by Ignacio Lopez
ex member Armada Espanola
|01||CAPT. Bill Jr., David Spencer||6 July 1961 - 29 July 1963|
|02||CAPT. Harris, Raymond Maxwell||29 July 1963 - July 1964|
|03||CAPT. De La Mater, Stephen Thomas||July 1964 - August 1965|
|04||CAPT. Now, John George, USN||August 1965 - August 1966|
|05||CAPT. Frame Jr., Ralph Wilcutt||August 1966 - November1967|
|06||CAPT. Masica, Eugene Milo||November 1967 - May 1969|
|07||CAPT. Hoover, Lloyd Nims||May 1969 - July 1970|
|08||CAPT. Pace Jr., Robert Dunlap||July 1970 - 16 February 1972|
|09||CAPT. Fenwick, Joseph Eugene||16 February 1972 - 29 August 1973|
|10||CAPT. Zacharias, Jerrold Matthew (Zack)||29 August 1973 - 6 December 1974|
|11||CAPT. Rueff, Eugene Carl||6 December 1974 - 31 January 1976|
|12||CDR. Hurley Jr., Michael James (temporary)||31 January 1976 - 29 February 1976|
|13||CAPT. Rueff, Eugene Carl||29 February 1976 - 14 May 1976|
|14||CAPT. Carr Sr., Nevin Palmer||14 May 1976 - 9 September 1978|
|15||CAPT. Martin, Richard Lee||9 September 1978 - 30 September 1979|
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