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|38k||Off Oakland, California, during her trials, 30 May 1918
U.S. Navy photo NH 65109
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|69k||On her trial trip, 30 May 1918. Photographed by her builder, the Moore Shipbuilding Company, Oakland, California. Note her pattern camouflage, builder's pennant flying from a stub mast just aft of her forward gun platform, and U.S. Jack and Ensign at half-staff
U.S. Navy photo NH 65139
|01||LCDR Andreas A. Langkilde, USNRF||3 June 1918|
|02||LCDR Percy H. Perry, USNRF||1919|
Following the delivery of a cargo of flour at New York in July, Oakland made two Atlantic crossings with mixed cargos: one from Norfolk, Va. to Genoa in September and returning to Philadelphia, Pa. 21 January 1919, and a second to Palermo in March returning to New York 1 May.
Oakland decommissioned 13 May 1919 and was returned to U.S.S.B. the same day. She remained in U.S.S.B. custody until abandoned in 1933.
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