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|Conquest (MSO 488)
|49k||28 June 1955
Running acceptance trials
|J. L. Martinac Shipbuilding Corp.|
|USS Conquest (MSO 488)
|105k||Color version of above photo
Photo by LT George Ross, USN
|54k||.||B. C. Young|
|76k||U.S. Navy photo.||David Buell|
|617k||Ocean minesweepers of Mine Division 73 steam together in Pacific. Top to Bottom: Illusive (MSO 448), Conquest, Esteem (MSO 438), Gallant (MSO 489) and Pledge (MSO 492). The sweepers are working out of their home port at Long Beach, CA.
U.S. Navy photo from the August 1965 edition of All Hands magazine.
|302k||c. February/March 1973
Carrying a diesel fuel bladder in transit to WestPac to increase her range
Pier 90, Seattle, WA
USS Esteem (MSO 438), Conquest, USS Implicit (MSO 455), USS Higbee (DD 806), USS Mckean (DD 784) and inboard of the DD's is USS Hector (AR 7).
|Dave Hood, GMT2|
|153k||Cover of the May 1983 edition of Sea Classics magazine||Tommy Trampp|
|391k||1 April 1988
A crewman monitors a mine detection and classification console in the Persian Gulf
U.S. Navy photo DN-ST-89-03190 by PH2 Mike Harnar, USN
|102k||c. fall 1989.
Esteem (MSO 438), Conquest and Enhance (MSO 437) inport at Basrac Shipyard, Bahrain towards the end of Operation Earnest Will.
|Tom Womble, LCDR, USNR|
|52k||c. Winter 1989.
Enhance (MSO 437) and Conquest at Basrac Shipyard, Bahrain
|78k||c. November 1989.
Esteem (MSO 438), Enhance (MSO 437) and Conquest in the Arabian Gulf
|75k||c. April 1990.
Esteem, Enhance and Conquest return to Seattle aboard the Super Servant 3 from the Arabian gulf. This apparently was the first multiship lift for the Navy.
|375k||6 May 1991
Photo by Rick Garcia
|42k||Entering Seattle in the summer of 1992. Photo taken from the USS Cape Cod (AD 43).||Lee Noland, STGC(SW), USN, Ret.|
|Yung Tzu (MSO 1307)
|61k||Yung Ku (MSO 1308), ex-Gallant (MSO 489) and Yung Tzu|
Yung Tzu and Yung Ku
Her original name, "Conquest" can still be seen on Yung Tzu's stern
|01||LT Edward L. (Red) Davis, USN||20 July 1955 - December 1956|
|02||LT Stansfield Turner, USN - USNA Class of 1947|
Retired as Admiral - Director of Central Intelligence Agency 9 March 1977 - 20 January 1981
|December 1956 - June 1958|
|03||LCDR Russell Franklin Wilson, USN||June 1958 - August 1960|
|04||LCDR Carl Jack Costanzo, USN||August 1960 - July 1962|
|05||CDR James Joseph (Jim) Strohm, USN||July 1962 - December 1964|
|06||LCDR Donald Eugene Martin, USN||December 1964 - June 1966|
|07||LCDR Wayne Milton Holmes, USN||June 1966 - April 1968|
|08||LCDR William Henry Kersting, USN||April 1968 - November 1969|
|09||LCDR Arthur Earl Rowe, Jr., USN||November 1969 - 30 October 1970 (Decommissioned)|
|10||LCDR Denis Nickolas Tsukalas, USN||21 October 1971 (Recommissioned) - 12 December 1972|
|11||LCDR John Richard Heufelder, USN||12 December 1972 - April 1974|
|12||LCDR Douglas Earl Ward, USN||April 1974 - June 1976|
|13||LCDR David James Klick, USN||June 1976 - 11 August 1978|
|14||CDR Paul Albert Thorsen, USN||11 August 1978 - April 1981|
|15||CDR Charles Lawrence Stout, Jr., USN||April 1981 - April 1982|
|16||CDR James Robert (Jimmie) Jackson, USN||April 1982 - December 1984|
|17||CDR Leroy Windsor Chapple, USN||18 May 1985 - 7 March 1987|
|18||CDR James Edgar Keys, Jr., USN||7 March 1987 - December 1987|
|19||CDR Charles George Belcher, USN||December 1987 - April 1988|
|20||LCDR Theodore Lawrence Kaye, USN||April 1988 - September 1988|
|21||CDR Steven Paul Johnson, USN||September 1988 - February 1989|
|22||CDR Duncan K. Fobes, USN||February 1989 - July 1989|
|23||CDR Steven William Nerheim, USN||1989|
|24||CDR Jeffrey Kendall Sapp, USN||July 1989 - July 1990|
|25||LCDR Nelson Marzan Cayabyab, USN||July 1990 - 4 February 1992|
|26||LCDR Phillip Tim Swanson, USN||4 February 1992 - 9 October 1992|
|27||LCDR Timothy James Howington, USN||9 October 1992 - 29 June 1994|
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