Eurana served both the U. S. Army and the Navy.
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|105k||Wearing neutrality markings, circa 1917, prior to U.S. entry into World War I.
Naval Historical Center photo NH 70457
|USS Eurana (ID 1594)|
|43k||In port, circa 1918-1919.
Naval Historical Center photo NH 105201
Photo by Dr. C. N. Caldwell from the Caldwell Kvaran Archives
Courtesy of Einar Einarsson Kvaran
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Between 4 October 1918 and 14 September 1919, Eurana made four voyages from east coast ports to carry passengers and cargo for the Army Expeditionary Force and the Army of Occupation to LaPallice, Verdon, Bordeaux, St. Nazaire, and Brest, France. She was present in Brest 29 June 1919 to honor President W. Wilson leaving France in George Washington. Eurana was decommissioned 9 October 1919 at Norfolk, and returned to the Army for transfer to her owner.
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