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|Pearl Harbor, 7 December 1941||Okinawa Gunto operation
Assault and occupation of Okinawa Gunto, 9 May to 18 June 1945
Navy Occupation Service Medal
China Service Medal (extended)
|2 September to 30 November 1945||1 December 1945 to 18 April 1946|
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|183k||Newspaper clipping of SS Nedmac launch, 30 May 1919, at American International Ship Building Corp., Hog Island, PA.
Photo by Photographer is George Groesbeck.
|USS Antares (AG-10)
|251k||USS Antares (AG-10) at anchor, date and location unknown.||Jim Kurrasch
Battleship Iowa Pacific Battleship Center
|127k||USS Antares (AG-10) assisted by Samoset (YT-5)
departing Philadelphia Navy Yard, bound for Panama, 1 March 1923.
US National Archives, RG-19-A-31. Photo No. Unknown, courtesy Shipscribe.com.
|177k||USS Antares (AG-10) at anchor in September 1924, location unknown. Note the crew mustered at quarters, her two forward hatches
open, and a Navy tug alongside to port. She was serving as the fleet tender and target repair vessel for the Scouting Fleet in the Atlantic and was the flagship of
Train Squadron One of the Fleet Base Force.
US Naval History and Heritage Command, Photo # NH 1220, courtesy Shipscribe.com.
|289k||USS Antares (AG-10) signed photo, date and location unknown.||Will Seippel|
|116k||USS Antares (AG-10) at anchor between the wars, date and location unknown.
US National Archives, RG-19-LCM. Photo No. 19-N-26702 Courtesy Shipscribe.com.
|406k||USS Antares (AG-10) mooring dockside, location unknown, 1934.
Photo by CWO4 Cecil L.Wood USMC.
|Donald Wood for his father CWO4 Cecil L. Wood USMC.|
|USS Antares (AKS-3)
|127k||USS Antares (AKS-3) probably photographed at Pearl Harbor circa August-September 1942. She was given the
then-standard armament for older auxiliaries of two-5"/51 and four-3"/50 guns, but in her installation the after 5" and 3" guns swapped positions, with the
5" gun superfiring over the 3" guns on the fantail. The forward pair of 3" guns is abreast the foremast.
USN Navy Bureau of Ships photo # 19-N-34745, courtesy Shipscribe
|76k||USS Antares (AKS-3) at anchor, circa 1943-1945, location unknown.
US Naval History and Heritage Command photo # NH 83307, courtesy Shipscribe.com
|01||LCDR. Pinkham, Howard Edward, USNRF||23 February 1922 - 8 January 1923|
|03||CAPT. Fremont Jr., John Charles||30 June 1923 - ?|
|02||CAPT. Pope, Ralph Elton||? - 11 November 1923|
|04||LCDR. Johnson, Benjamin Kent||11 November 1923 - 7 July 1924|
|05||CAPT. Long, Byron Andrew||7 July 1924 - ?|
|06||CAPT. Cook, Harold Earle||2 June 1926 - 8 June 1928|
|07||CAPT. Jeffers, William Nicholson||8 June 1928 - 13 May 1929|
|08||CAPT. Soulé, Jr., Charles Carroll||13 May 1929 - 8 July 1930|
|09||CDR. Beck, William Lewis||8 July 1930 - 15 June 1932|
|10||CDR. Gill, Charles Clifford||15 June 1932 - 27 May 1933|
|11||CDR. Keller, Henry Rupert||27 May 1933 - ?|
|15||CDR. Pamperin, Lyell St. Louis||13 May 1937 - 15 June 1938|
|16||CDR. DuVal, Jr., Miles Percy.||15 June 1938 - 3 July 1939|
|17||CAPT. Grannis, Lawrence Charles||3 July 1939 - 1941|
|18||CDR. Bellingham, Harold Jackson||10 March 1942 - 12 April 1944|
|19||LCDR. Skolfield, Ellis Percy||12 April 1944 - 15 February 1945|
|20||LCDR. Kendall, James Edward||15 February 1945 - 22 March 1945|
|21||LCDR. Gansa, Nicholas Thomas||22 March 1945 - 2 August 1946|
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