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|102k||Replenishing at sea while four days out from the Azores, circa 1918-1919. Ship alongside is possibly USS Hannibal (later AG-1), which was a submarine chaser tender at the time.
Courtesy of Commander Donald J. Robinson, USN (MSC), 1973.
U.S. Navy photo NH 78197
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|84k||Underway in New York Harbor on 20 August 1919, upon their return from overseas service. The subchasers at left are SC-99 and SC-227. The three in the middle are (in closest column) SC-98 and SC-137, with SC-271 in the farther column. Ships at right can not be identified.
U.S. Navy photo NH 83623
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