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|Campaign and Dates||Campaign and Dates||Marianas operation
Capture and occupation of Saipan, 17 July to 10 August 1944
|Okinawa Gunto operation
Assault and occupation of Okinawa Gunto, 26 March to 30 June 1945
|Western Caroline Islands operation
Capture and occupation of southern Palau Islands, 8 September to 14 October 1944
|3d Fleet operations against Japan, 10 to 25 July 1945|
Vietnam War Campaigns
|Campaign and Dates||Campaign and Dates|
|Vietnamese Counteroffensive - Phase II
31 May 1967
10 to 30 June 1970
|Vietnamese Counteroffensive - Phase III
1 July to 18 December 1967
|Vietnamese Counteroffensive - Phase VII
1 to 6 and 16 to 19 July 1970
30 July to 7 August 1970
17 to 22 and 24 to 28 August 1970
27 October to 6 November 1970
22 November 1970 to 1 January 1971
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| USS Yakutat (AVP-32)
The Shelikhov-Golikov company, precursor of the Russian-American Company, under the management of Alexander Andreyevich Baranov, settled Yakutat Bay in 1795. It was known as New Russia, Yakutat Colony, or Slavorossiya.
Photo - Yakutat Bay, Travel Agent Phoenix, a travel blog by Cynthia Patterson's CP Gateways
Map - Hubbard Glacier, Alaska, US Geological Survey
|109k||Yakutat (AVP-32) off Seattle, WA,, 30 March 1944, one day before she was commissioned. She has a main armament of three 5"/38 guns. Yakutat is painted camouflage scheme/measure 32/5D in this photo.
US National Archives photo # 19-N-63328, a US Navy photo from the Bureau of Ships Collection now in the US National Archives
|US Naval History and Heritage Command|
| USCGC Yakutat (WAVP-380) (WHEC-380)
|204k||Ex- USS Yakutat (AVP-32) in US Coast Guard service as USCGC Yakutat (WAVP-380) moored at State Pier in
Portland, Maine in March, 1949.
Portland, Maine History, Photo No. Unknown
|44k||USCGC Yakutat (WAVP-380) under way in 1960, location unknown.
US Coast Guard photo
|US Coast Guard Historian's Office|
|68k||USCGCYakutat (WAVP-380) at Boston in July 1961.||© Richard Leonhardt|
|62k||USCGC Yakutat (WAVP-380) off Boston in July 1961.||© Richard Leonhardt|
|72k||USCGC Yakutat (WAVP-380) at Boston in July 1961.||© Richard Leonhardt|
|50k||USCGC Yakutat (WAVP-380) at Boston in August 1961.||© Richard Leonhardt|
|63k||USCGC Yakutat (WAVP-380) underway, date and location unknown.||Len Laesser|
|662k||USCGC Yakutat (WAVP-380) underway, 22 June 1966, location unknown.
Photo from the collections of the National Naval Aviation Museum.
|79k||USCGC Yakutat (WHEC-380) alongside USS Ajax (AR-6) at Naval Station Subic Bay, Philippine Islands in August 1967.||Photo by Larry Backus|
|118k||Five white 311-foot cutters of Coast Guard Squadron Three, assigned to support Operation MARKET TIME tied up
alongside Navy repair ship USS Jason (AR-8) at Naval Station Subic Bay in the Philippines, 4 August 1967. From inboard to outboard:
USCGC Half Moon (WHEC-378);
USCGC Yakutat (WHEC-380);
USCGC Gresham (WHEC-387);
USCGC Barataria (WHEC-381) and
USCGC Bering Strait (WHEC-382)
U.S. Coast Guard Historianís Office Coast Guard Photo Rel. No. 6201; August 4,1967
Photo by CDR Richard Morse, USCG, Commanding Officer USCGC Barataria (WHEC-381)
|Robert Hurst and
|81k||USCGC Yakutat (WHEC-380) under way in 1969, location unknown.
US Coast Guard photo
|17k||USCGC Yakutat (WHEC-380) under way while in Vietnamese waters, circa 1967-1971.||Robert Hurst|
|RVNS Tran Nhat Duat (HQ-3)
|125k||USS Hector (AR-7) with various ships of the South Vietnamese Navy alongside off Vung Tau, Vietnam, 7 March 1972. Including, moored to her port side is the
LST RVNS Cam Ranh (HQ-500), formerly USS Marion County (LST-975).
The Barnegat-class seaplane tender moored to her starboard side is probably RVNS Tr?n Nh?t Du?t (HQ-03) ex-USS Yakutat (AVP-32).
U.S. Navy "All Hands" magazine May 1974, p. 12., Photo from the collection of Sy Blau.
|Photo-Jim Geldert USNI
Caption Robert Hurst
|76k||Ex-USCGC Yakutat (WHEC-380) underway in South Vietnamese naval service as RVNS Tran Nhat Duat (HQ-3), at Saigon, May 1972||© Richard Leonhardt|
|123k||RVNS Tran Nhat Duat (HQ-3) off Con Son Island, South Vietnam, 1 May 1975, loaded with refugees before heading to the Philippines.
National Public Radio photo.
|369k||Two Casco-class cutters of the Navy of South Vietnam after their escape to Subic Bay, Philippines, circa 1975. On the left is
RVNS Tran Binh Trong (HQ-5), (ex-USS Castle Rock (AVP-35). On the right is RVNS Tran Binh Duat (HQ-3), (ex-USS Yakutat (AVP-32). Tran Binh Trong was later
transferred to the Philippines and served as BRP Francisco Dagohoy (PF-10). Tran Binh Duat was cannibalized for spare parts in the Philippines.
U.S. Navy photo from the USS Oriskany (CVA-34) 1975-1976 cruise book
|USS Yakutat (AVP-32) Commanding Officers|
|01||CDR. Fraser, George Kittrell, USN (USNA 1927)||31 March 1944 - 21 June 1945|
|02||LCDR. Darnell, William Irvin. USN (USNA 1929)||21 June 1945 - 24 July 1946|
|USCGC Yakutat (WAVP-380 / WHEC-380) Commanding Officers|
|01||CDR. Naab Jr., Joseph William, USCG (USCGA 1937)||November 1951 - September 1952|
|01||CAPT. Moreau, James Walter, USCG (USCGA 1943) :RADM||July 1964 - April 1965|
|01||CAPT. Day, John Everard, USCG (USCGA 1943)||? - 20 April 1967|
|01||CDR. Grover Jr., Royal E., USCG (USCGA 1950)||20 April 1967 - ?|
|01||CAPT. Bartlett, Walter F., USCG (USNA 1943)||1970|
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