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|91k||USS ABSD-3 at Guam, Marianas Islands. Pennsylvania (BB-38) docked in ABSD-3 after the end of World War II. Note the white boxes on the barge, these are coffins that contain the remains of Pennsylvania crew members killed during the Kamikaze attack on her at Okinawa, 12 August 1945. The island at upper left was built between the two drydocks, ABSD-3 and ABSD-6. (ABSD-6 is to the left of the picture.) The island was built for supplies and Enlisted and Officers Clubs, movie theater, etc.
US Navy photo.
|Homer N. Rich Jr. MM3/c USS ABSD-3|
|92k||USS ABSD-3 crew photo. In the background is the battleship Pennsylvania (BB-38) in the dock.||Homer N. Rich Jr. MM3/c USS ABSD-3|
|226k||USS ABSD-3 engineering crew basketball team, July 1945 at Guam - "Champs"
Standing - Larry Withrow, Skillings, Slim Comes, G.W. Crosby (George "Bing" Crosby),Linney Shaw
Sitting - Leon (Farmer) Wendt, Ens. T. L. Johnston, Boot Sharon, Joe Morasky
Absent - Wm. G. Rosenberger
|Susan Crosby Gyllenskog for her father George Crosby ABSD-3|
|230k||USS ABSD-3 engineering crew of Section D-E-F, at Guam in July 1945. George "Bing" Crosby - 2nd left - back row||Susan Crosby Gyllenskog for her father George Crosby ABSD-3|
|107k||USS Idaho (BB-42) drydocked in USS ABSD-3 at Guam, circa 1945||Robert Hurst|
|208k||USS ABSD-3 at Guam, date unknown.
US Navy photo from the collections of the US Navy Memorial.
|71k||Ex-ABSD-3, in service at the Bath Iron Works Portland, ME yard, date unknown. The dock was used lift new DDG's built at Bath to install Sonar Domes on the bow.||Chet Morris|
|521k||Ex-ABSD-3, (eight sections), being loaded aboard the Heavy Lift Vessel MV Blue Marlin at Portland, ME. Bath Iron Works, Portland yard, used the dock to lift new DDG's built at Bath to install Sonar Domes on the bow. Bath Iron Works built a new land level facility in Bath and had no further use for the Portland yard and ex-ABSD-3. The drydock was split into two sections and transported to Croatia.||Chet Morris|
|01||CDR. Kerr, Asel Bayless, USN (20)||27 October 1944 - 28 December 1944|
|02||LCDR. Kampman, Leo, USN||28 December 1944 - 15 February 1945|
|03||CDR. Kerr, Asel Bayless, USN (20)||15 February 1945 - 17 March 1946|
|04||LCDR. Kampman, Leo, USN||17 March 1945 - 1 April 1946|
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