SC-413 served only with the U. S. Army.
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|173k||Ships at and off Newport News, Virginia, 31 May 1919. SC-413 and USS SC-119 are in the center and center-right foreground. A New York Shipbuilding Co. (Camden, New Jersey) type collier (one of these eight, some of which served in the Navy: Fairmont, Franklin, Glen White, Plymouth, Sewalls Point, Tidewater, William N. Page or Winding Gulf) is in the center and left-center background, with an ocean-going barge beyond her stern. In the right background is an old Great Lakes' type "whaleback" steamer, with a steam yacht (possibly in, or recently discharged from, U.S. Navy service).
Donation of Dr. Mark Kulikowski, 2008
Naval Historical Center photo NH 106016-B
|208k||Troops of the 54th Pioneer Infantry Regiment in formation at Newport News, Virginia, after arriving from Europe on USS Artemis (ID-2187) on 26 June 1919. U.S. Army barge No.856 is in the left background, with a loaded coal barge astern. U.S. Navy submarine chasers SC-413 and SC-414 are alongside the pier at right
Photographed by Holladay, Newport news, Virginia
Donation of Charles R. Haberlein Jr., 2008
Naval Historical Center photo NH 105773-B
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