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|352k||USS Marlboro (APB-38) and USS Mercer (APB-39) under construction at Boston Navy Yard,
3 January 1945. Note the two-level superstructure running nearly the entire length of the ships with the pilot house on top forward. Destroyer at top is
USS Babbitt (AG-102) and across the channel there is probably a British battleship.
US National Archives Record Identifier NA 38329801
|81k||USS Marlboro (APB-38) underway near Boston Navy Yard, 27 August 1945, shortly after commissioning. Note the quadruple 40mm
mounts at the bow and stern and the lifeboats in their davits.
US National Archives photos # 19-N-87444, a US Navy photo now in the collections of the US National Archives, courtesy Shipscribe.com.
|35k||USS Marlboro (APB-38) at anchor, date and location unknown.||Hyperwar US Navy in WWII|
|01||LT. McPherson, Fred Charles, USNR||8 August 1945 - December 1946|
|02||LCDR. Patterson, John Durant, USN (USNA 1941)||December 1946 - 15 April 1947|
|03||LCDR. Tolivaisa, Homer, USNR||15 April 1947 - 5 May 1947|
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