THE UNITED STATES FLEET
July 1, 1923

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ARGONNE (AP-4)
Capt. Charles P. Snyder
BEAUFORT (AK-6)
Lt. Cmdr. G. H. Laird
CAPELLA (AK-13)
Lt. Cmdr. F. T. Chew
CHAUMONT (AP-5)
Cmdr. J. M. Enochs
GOLD STAR (AG-12)
Cmdr. D. T. Ghent
HENDERSON (AP-1)
Capt. A. Buchanan
OMAHA (CL-4) - on shakedown cruise
Capt. D. C. Hanrahan
PENSACOLA (AG-13) - Station ship, Guam
Lt. Cmdr. Frank J. Lowry
MAYFLOWER (PY-1) - Presidential Yacht
Capt. Adolphus Andrews
SYLPH (PY-5) - Navy Department Tender
Lt. Cmdr. L. P. Wenzell
NOKOMIS (PY-6) - Station ship, Santo Domingo
no C.O. or X.O. listed
NAPA (AT-32) - Naval Station, Guam
Lt. J. A. Rasmussen
TADOUSAC (AT-22) - Haiti
Chf. Bosn. A. C. Fraenzel
GREBE (AM-43) - Naval Station, St. Thomas, V. I.
Chf. Bosn. L. P. Guy
KITTERY (AK-2)
Cmdr. F. D. Pryor
NEWPORT NEWS (AK-3)
Lt. Cmdr. E. W. Tod
NITRO (AE-2)
Cmdr. F. E. Ridgely
ORION (AC-11)
Lt. Cmdr. A. H. Miles
PATOKA (AO-9)
Cmdr. L. B. Porterfield
PYRO (AE-1)
Cmdr. F. P. Naile
NAVAL TRANSPORTATION SERVICE
SPECIAL DUTY
ALBATROSS (?-? ) - Duty with Bureau of Fisheries
no C.O. or X.O. listed
HANNIBAL (AG-1) - Surveying Duty
Cmdr. E. C. S. Parker
MONTCALM (AT-39) - Naval Station, Guantanamo
Lt. E. Murphy
ONTARIO (AT-13) - Station Ship, Tutuila, Samoa
Chf. Bosn. H. N. Huxford
FISH HAWK (-) Duty with Bureau of Fisheries
Chf. Bosn. E. Delaney
PATAPSCO (AT-10) - Santo Domingo
Bosn. A. C. Buck
CORMORANT (AM-40) - Special Dity, Bureau of Ordance
Lt. G. C. Robertson
FALCON (AM-28) - Submarine Salvage, Atlantic
no C.O. or X.O. listed
RAMAPO (AO-12)
Cmdr. W. Bertholf
SAPELO (AO-11)
Cmdr. L. Coxe
SIRIUS (AK-15)
Cmdr. J. W. W. Cumming
TRINITY (AO-13)
Cmdr. M. Milne
VEGA (AK-17)
Cmdr. T. F. Caldwell
VESSELS NOT YET COMMISSIONED
CINCINATTI (CL-6)
Capt. Charles P. Nelson
COLORADO (BB-45)
Capt. R. R. Belknap
CONCORD (CL-10)
Capt. Oren G. Murfin
DETROIT (CL-8)
Capt. John Halligan
MILWAUKEE (CL-5)
Capt. William C. Asserson
RALEIGH (CL-7)
Capt. William C. Watts
RICHMOND (CL-9)
Capt. David F. Boyd
WEST VIRGINIA (BB-48)
Capt. Thomas J. Senn