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|109k||Group of chasers, possibly at Brest, France. Left to right: SC 271, SC 164, SC 272, SC 343, SC 181, SC 222, SC 254, SC 356, SC 323, SC 206, SC 346. En route home or to post-war assignements. During the war all of these chasers served at Queenstown, Ireland (and most also served at Plymouth, England). After the war, half a dozen from this group went on to serve in the clearing of the North Sea mine barrage.||The Sub Chaser Archives|
|97k||In a North Sea port, probably Kirkwall, Orkney Islands, during the the North Sea mine barrage clearance operation in 1919. These subchasers are, from left to right: SC-356, SC-182, SC-40, SC-272,
SC-178 and one SC with a number "20-" that can not be completely made out. Halftone reproduction, published in the cruise book "Sweeping the North Sea Mine Barrage, 1919", page 144.
Donation of Chief Storekeeper Charles A. Free.
U.S. Navy photo NH 99791
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|01||LTJG Morton Tinslar Seligman, USN - USNA Class of 1919|
Awarded two Navy Crosses (1918 and 1942) - Retired as Captain
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