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|Steady (AM 118)|
|60k||Launching||Historical Collections of the Great Lakes|
|91||Stern view of Dextrous (AM 341), Steady and Prevail (AM 107)||Ron Reeves|
|USS Steady (AM 118)|
|79k||Photographed 20 November 1942, four days after her commissioning. Note that this ship does not have the two smokestacks typical of others of her class
Courtesy of the U.S. Coast Guard
U.S. Navy photos NH 89415 and NH 89416
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|133k||Off Sicily, during the invasion there, 12 July 1943. Photographed from USS Ancon (AGC-4). Note that this ship lacks the pair of bulky smokestacks that were typical of Raven/Auk class minesweepers. Also note diamond marking on her side.
U.S. Navy Photo 80-G-215098
|95k||Strive (AM-117), Sustain (AM-119), Steady, and Staff (AM-114) (listed from left to right). Moored together, circa early 1946, probably at San Pedro or San Diego, California.
Courtesy of Donald M. McPherson, 1974.
U.S.Navy Photo NH 79735
|01||LT Frederick W. Maennle, USNR||16 November 1942 - 1944|
|02||LCDR Bernard Orella, USN||1944|
|03||LCDR Thomas Howard Lena, USNR||18 December 1945|
|04||LT Robert David Faber, USN||2 January 1945|
|05||LTJG James Patrick Whyte, Jr., USNR||5 February 1946 - 18 June 1946|
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