THE UNITED STATES FLEET
JULY 1, 1923

CONTROL FORCE
CONTROL FORCE, U.S. FLEET
RADM M. M. Taylor

SAVANNAH (AS-8) (F)
SUBMARINE DIVISIONS, ATLANTIC
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SAVANNAH (AS-8) (F)
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**Notes for Control Force:
Captain Berrien also served as Commander of the Naval Mine Depot and the Submarine Base at New London.
Commander Weaver also served as Commander of the Submarine Base at Coco Solo and Submarines, Coco Solo.
N-1, N-2, N-3, L-3, L-11 were in reduced Commission.
S-11, S-12, S-18 were not in Commission.
SUBMARINE DIVISION TWO
Lieutenant Commander G. C. Logan

N-3 (SS-55) (F)*
Lt. D. E. Cummins
N-1 (SS-53)*
Lt. W. O. Bailey
N-2 (SS-54)*
Lt. H. C. Fengar
L-3 (SS-42)*
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L-11 (SS-51)*
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R-9 (SS-86)
Lt. G. M. O'Rear
R-22 (SS-99)
Lt. Merrill Comstock
S-1 (SS-105)
Lt. Ralph W. Christie
SUBMARINE DIVISION THREE
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S-18 (SS-123)*
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S-19 (SS-124)
Lt. Cmdr. W. J. Butler
S-20 (SS-125)
Lt. J. A. Brownell
SUBMARINE DIVISION FOUR
Commander R. P. Craft

S-49 (SS-160) (F)
Lt. I. C. Sowell
S-10 (SS-115)
Lt. Cmdr. C. G. Gilliland
S-11 (SS-116)*
Lt. C. Withers
S-12 (SS-117)*
Lt. F. S. Low
S-13 (SS-118)
Lt. Wilder D. Baker
S-48 (SS-160)
Lt. S. E. Bray
S-50 (SS-161)
Lt. Cmdr. J. A. Crutchfield
S-51 (SS-162)
Lt. A. H. Donahue
SUBMARINE DIVISION TEN
Lieutenant Commander F. W. Scanland

O-11 (SS-72) (F)
Lt. J. B. Sykes
O-12 (SS-73)
Lt. E. W. Wunch
O-13 (SS-74)
Lt. J. J. Hughes
O-14 (SS-75)
Lt. J. H. Jenkins
O-15 (SS-76)
Lt. Charles B. Momsen
O-16 (SS-77)
Lt. L. G. Scheck
SUBMARINE DIVISION ELEVEN
Captain Ernest J. King

S-21 (SS-160)
Lt. (j.g.) R. F. Goods
S-22 (SS-115)
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S-23 (SS-116)
Lt. J. Y. Dreisonstok
S-24 (SS-117)
Lt. Cmdr. Lewis E. Denfeld
S-25 (SS-118)
Lt. Cmdr. George H. Fort
S-26 (SS-160)
Lt. Edmund W. Burrough
S-27 (SS-161)
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S-28 (SS-162)
- - -
S-29 (SS-163)
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SUBMARINE DIVISION ONE
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R-21 (SS-98) (F)
Lt. Allan R. McCann
R-23 (SS-100)
Lt. C. W. Weitzel
R-24 (SS-101)
Lt. H. W. Jackson
R-25 (SS-102)
Lt. A. J. Moore
R-26 (SS-103)
Lt. P. W. Warren
R-27 (SS-104)
Lt. R. W. Gruelick
SUBMARINE DIVISION EIGHT
Lieutenant Commander Robert H. English

O-1 (SS-62) (F)
Lt. W. M. Downes
O-2 (SS-63)
Lt. E. Sparrow
O-3 (SS-64)
Lt. G. Bannerman
O-4 (SS-65)
Lt. L. E. Myers
O-5 (SS-66)
Lt. H. Avery
O-6 (SS-67)
Lt. J. W. Quackenbush
O-7 (SS-68)
Lt. (j.g.) C. R. Price
O-8 (SS-69)
Lt. H. Biesemeier
O-9 (SS-70)
Lt. H. L. Challenger
O-10 (SS-71)
Lt. C. R. Crutcher
MINE DIVISION ONE
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MAURY (DM-5)
Lt. Cmdr. W. W. Wilson
MAHAN (DM-7)
Cmdr. A. S. Hickey
MINE DIVISION TWO
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LARK (AM-21)
Lt. R. Rohange
MALLARD (AM-44)
Lt. C. Murray
SAVANNAH (AS-8) - Tender to SUBDIV 11
Cmdr. L. F. Kimball

BUSHNELL (AS-2) - Tender to SUBDIV 3
Lt. Cmdr. M. C. Bowman
CHEWINK (AM-39) - Tender, Sub Base, New London
Capt. F. D. Berrien*
QUAIL (AM-15) - Tender, Sub Base, Coco Solo
Cmdr. D. A. Weaver*
FULTON (AS-1) - at Coco Solo
Lt. Cmdr. S. S. Brown
USS R-26, as she appeared in 1923. National Archives Photo (19-N-10578) obtained from the
HazeGray Photo Gallery. As far as I know it is in the public domain.
USS S-1 in New York in October, 1923, testing a submarine based
seaplane. Photo from the HazeGray Photo Gallery. As far as I know it is
in the public domain.
MINE SQUADRON ONE
Captain John W. Greenslade

SHAWMUT (CM-4) (F)
Capt. J. W. Greenslade
USS SHAWMUT (CM-4), flagship of MINERON ONE, as photographed in 1924.
This photo is from the Naval History and Heritage Command On-Line Library.
As far as I know it is in the public domain.