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Korean War Campaigns
|Campaign and Dates||Campaign and Dates|
|North Korean Aggression
6 to 7 September 1950
|Second Korean Winter
13 to 14 January 1952
28 February to 1 March 1952
12 to 13 April 1952
|Communist China Aggression
8 to 12 November 1950
24 December 1950 to 9 January 1951
|Korean Defense Summer-Fall 1952
30 to 31 May 1952
26 to 27 July 1952
2 to 3 September 1952
16 to 17 October 1952
|First UN Counter Offensive
24 to 25 March 1951
|Third Korean Winter
3 to 5 December 1952
24 to 25 January 1953
12 to 13 March 1953
30 April 1953
|Communist China Spring Offensive
4 to 10 March 1951
|Koran Summer-Fall 1953
1to 2 May 1953
18 to 19 June 1953
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|USS General W. F. Hase (AP-146)
William Frederick Hase, born in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, 31 August 1874, and was commissioned Second Lieutenant 9 July 1898, serving with the Coast Artillery Corps in Virginia, New York, Florida, Massachusetts, California, and Washington, D.C. During World War I he served with the American Expeditionary Force in France as Commanding Officer, 45th Regiment; Acting Chief of Staff, Headquarters G-1 and G-3; and Assistant G-4 Services of Supply, to July 1919. Following his return to the United States, General Hase was on duty in Kansas, Washington D.C., Hawaii, California, and the Philippines, serving as Chief of Coast Artillery until his death in Washington, D.C., on 25 January 1935. For his services in World War I, General Hase received the Distinguished Service Medal. General Hase was buried in Arlington National Cemetery with full military honors
|136k||USS General W. F. Hase (AP-146), date and location unknown.||Hyperwar US Navy in WWII|
|USNS General W. F. Hase (T-AP-146)
|70k||USNS General W. F. Hase (T-AP-146), circa 1951.
Comments on back of photo "This is the ship we're going to Japan on. The Woodford was canceled so we are going on the Hase. We are leaving San Francisco at 1 p.m. today, August 16, 1951. I am riding on the Yerba Buena (U.S. Army Harbor Ferry) while I am writing this."
|Tom Kermen, courtesy of Leroy Treon (MSgt US Army - Korean War 1951-1953)|
|67k||USNS General W. F. Hase (T-AP-146) underway, circa 1960, location unknown.
US Navy photo.
|Merchant Service Seatrain Corp.|
|453k||Ex-USNS General W. F. Hase (T-AP-146) in merchant service as the Seatrain Lines SS Transidaho at Bremerhaven, Germany, August 1970.||Photo by Gerhard Mueller-Debus|
|169k||GTS Admiral W. M. Callaghan (AKR-1001), right, moored bow to bow with the Seatrain Containership
SS Transidaho [ex USNS General W. F. Hase (T-AP-146)] while working cargo at Bremerhaven, Germany in 1970.
|01||CDR. Keller, Walter Smith, USN (USNA 1921B)||6 June 1944 - July 1945|
|02||CDR. Kelly, M. L.||16 July 1945 - 6 June 1946|
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