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|84k||Photographed 27 March 1918, soon after entering Navy service
U.S. Navy photo NH 65100-A
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|01||LCDR George E. Haines, USNRF||18 March 1918|
|02||LCDR John Chambers, USNRF||November 1918|
|03||Master Percy Louis Mounter||9 January 1943 (Sunk)|
Broad Arrow is a mark, shaped like a barbed arrow, placed on British Government property.
Broad Arrow (No. 2503), a tanker, was launched 22 December 1917 by New York Shipbuilding Co., Camden, N. J.; acquired by the Navy 12 March 1918; and commissioned 18 March 1918, Lieutenant Commander G. E. Haines, USNRF, in command.
Assigned to the Naval Overseas Transportation Service, Broad Arrow carried oil and aircraft parts to France between March 1918 and February 1919. On 24 February 1919 she was decommissioned at Brooklyn and turned over to the Shipping Board.
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