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|USS Malang (ID 2623)|
|120k||Photograph may have been taken when the ship was inspected on her commissioning date. The crew appears to be repainting the hull and painting out Dutch neutrality markings
Naval Historical Center photo NH 105270
|131k||Unloading stores at Lorient, France, on 30 May 1918
Naval Historical Center photo NH 46601
|01||LCDR Harold G. Foss, USNRF||2 April 1918|
After loading Army supplies, she steamed in convoy via Halifax, Nova Scotia, and reached Brest, France, 13 May. She operated along the French coast until 10 June when she sailed for the United States. She arrived New York the 26th and prepared for additional cargo runs to European waters. Malang made a second voyage to St. Nazaire, Verdon, and Bordeaux between 9 August and 25 September. From 11 October to 8 November she carried minelaying supplies to Barry Roads, Wales.
Following the signing of the Armistice, Malang operated out of Barry Roads during the rest of the year and carried shipments of potatoes from Belfast, Northern Ireland to French ports. Early in January 1919 she loaded a cargo of mines and ammunition at Brest. sailing 10 January, she arrived Tompkinsville, N.Y., the 31st. She underwent voyage repairs and on 5 March sailed for Copenhagen, Denmark, with 300 tons of grain in her holds. She arrived 26 March, thence steamed via Hango, Finland, to Rotterdam, Netherlands, where she arrived 21 April. Malang remained at Rotterdam, decommissioned there 7 May 1919, and was returned to her owner, Rotterdamsche Lloyd.
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