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Korean War Campaigns
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|Campaign and Dates
|North Korean Aggression
31 July to 1 August 1950
9 October to 2 November 1950
|Communist China Aggression
3 to 18 November 1950
5 to 6 January 1951
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|USS General M. M. Patrick (AP-150)
Major General M.M. Patrick
Digital ID: ggbain 37460 Source: Library of Congress Prints and Photographs Division
|USS General M. M. Patrick (AP-150) underway, date and location unknown.
|USS General M. M. Patrick (AP-150) moored pierside, circa 1944-45, location unknown.
|Jack Casey USS General M.M. Patrick 1944-46
|USS General M. M. Patrick (AP-150) loading litter patients aboard by hoist, improvised by Patrick crewmen to make the loading progress more rapid. Note the platform suspended in the air that's loaded with patients on stretchers. date and location unknown.
|USS General M. M. Patrick (AP-150) probably arriving in the Port of Los Angeles, CA. at the conclusion of a "Magic Carpet" voyage from the Philippines, 28 January 1946. USAFS Ward steams alongside with Welcome Home banners.
Battleship Iowa Pacific Battleship Center
|USAT General M. M. Patrick
|USAT General M. M. Patrick 1947 Christmas card.
|Overhead starboard bow view of USAT General M. M. Patrick in August, 1948. Uniformed Army personnel and civilians
can be seen on the decks, as the ship is under way in Puget Sound, Washington.
Tacoma Public Library, Richards Studios, Photo No. D34612-66, for non-commercial use only.
|USAT General M. M. Patrick officers, date and location unknown.
|USAT General M. M. Patrick prepares to cast off at the Seattle Port of Embarkation with army and civilian personnel bound for the Far East, circa 1946-1950.
|Port and starboard aerial views of USAT General M. M. Patrick underway off Tacoma, WA. in August, 1948.
Tacoma Public Library, Richards Studio, Photo # D34612-4
|USAT General M. M. Patrick departing Tacoma, WA. bound for Yokosuka, Japan. The General M. M. Patrick carried dependents
to and from Japan. Here's Dennis Jennings (the photo contributors), account of the voyage. "This photo was given to us as dependents
traveling to Japan to be with my father who was stationed there with the U.S. Navy, November 1952 to December 1954. We traveled from Tacoma, Washington to Yokohama, Japan.
Trip duration of 13 days. This photo was taken leaving Tacoma harbor. My mother was 8 months pregnant with my youngest sister who was safely born in Japan in December 1952.
Mom says she was the sickest she has ever been in her life and the ships doctor was scared to death that she was going to deliver before we got to Japan. We all survived safe and
US Army photo
|USAT General M.M. Patrick underway, circa 1946-1950, entering San Francisco Bay. In the background the area with the trees is Kirby Cove, formerly Battery Kirby (1898-1934), on the Marin County side of the Golden Gate.
|USNS General M. M. Patrick (T-AP-150)
|USNS General M. M. Patrick (T-AP-150) in San Francisco Bay
US Navy photo
|Military Sea Transportation Service Society
|USNS General M.M. Patrick (T-AP 150), docking/undocking with the assistance of U.S. Army unidentified Design 293-A LT Tug, date and
|USNS General M.M. Patrick (T-AP 150) underway departing Tacoma, WA., date unknown.
U.S. Navy Military Sea Transportation Service photo
|Ex-USNS General M. M. Patrick (T-AP-150) in merchant service as SS Boston on the Wiser River approaching Bremen, Germany, in March 1969.
|Photo by Gerhard Muller-Debus
|CAPT. Stott, George Winfield
|4 September 1944 - 24 November 1945
|CAPT. Pleasents Jr., Arthur Lee
|24 November 1945 - 8 March 1946
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