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|Campaign and Dates||Campaign and Dates|
|Gilbert Islands operation
Abmama Atoll, 29 November to 3 December 1943
Lingayen Gulf landings, San Fabian area, 11 to 13 January 1945
|Marshall Islands operation
Occupation of Kwajalein and Majuro Atolls, 31 January to 8 February 1944
Occupation of Eniwetok Atoll (Eniwetok, Engebi, Parry), 17to 25 February 1944
|Iwo Jima operation
Assault and occupation of Iwo Jima, 9 to 16 March 1945
Capture and occupation of Guam, 21 to 25 July 1944
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|USS President Monroe (AP-104)
|124k||USS President Monroe (AP-104) moored pierside at Kodiak, Alaska, 15 September 1943.
US National Archives, RG-19-LCM. Photo # 80-G-213218, courtesy Shipscribe.com.
|586k||USS President Monroe (AP-104) and USS LST-483 docked at Adak, Alaska, 20 September 1943. As SeaBees load a barge with material for the airfield they are building at Tanaga Island, Alaska.||Steve Franklin|
|104k||Aft plan view of USS President Monroe (AP-104) at San Francisco, 2 November 1943.
Navy Yard Mare Island photo # 7476-43
|101k||Forward plan view of USS President Monroe (AP-104) at San Francisco, 2 November 1943.
Navy Yard Mare Island photo # 7478-43
|79k||USS President Monroe (AP-104) at anchor, 1944, location unknown.||Courtesy, Chuck Ulrich, coordinator/historian AP Transport Group|
|18k||USS President Monroe (AP-104) at anchor, date and location unknown.||John M. Mansfield|
|318k||USS President Monroe (AP-104) emerges from a smoke screen laid down by
USS Arthur Middleton (APA-25) in Kwajalein Lagoon
during assault on the Marshall Islands, 12 February 1944. Smoke was generated to hide ships from Japanese aircraft detected in the area. (ref. USS Arthur Middleton War Diary 1/1/44 to 2/29/44).
US National Archives Identifier 205585888, Local Identifier 26-G-3249 Coast Guard Photo 26-G-3249.
|189k||USS President Monroe (AP-104) at anchor at Funafuti, Ellice Islands, early March 1944.||Bradford Kirby for his father Robert W. Kirby, Sr., USS President Monroe|
|215k||View forward from USS President Monroe (AP-104), observing Naval gunfire in support of Marine ground operations on Guam on D or D+1 day on the northern beachhead.||Bradford Kirby for his father CDR. Robert W. Kirby, Sr., SC USN USS President Monroe|
|241k||Bringing a Marine casualty aboard USS President Monroe (AP-104)by hoisting an LCVP to ship's rail, D+1 or D+2 day in the invasion of Guam||Bradford Kirby for his father CDR. Robert W. Kirby, Sr., SC USN USS President Monroe|
|91k||USS President Monroe (AP-104) during "Magic Carpet" operations arriving at San Francisco in late 1945 with Pacific veterans.
US Naval History and Heritage Command, Photo No. NH 78583, courtesy Shipscribe.com.
| Merchant Service
American President Lines
|50k||Ex-USS President Monroe (AP-104) in the service of the American President Line's as SS President Monroe, moored pierside, Boston, August 1960.||© Richard Leonhardt|
|01||CAPT. George Douglas Morrison, USN (USNA 1920)||20 August 1943 - 1 May 1944|
|02||CDR. Robinson, Hunter Robert, USNR||1 May 1944 - 9 May 1944|
|03||CDR. Payne, James Michael, USNR||9 May 1944 - 21 February 1946|
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