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Stewart


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158 views13 February 1944: Tampa Shipbuilding, Tampa, Fla. - The newly launched USS Slater.
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August 27 1993 - Slater arrives at the Intrepid Sea Air Space Museum in Manhattan, completing the tow from Greece.166 views
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171 viewsSeptember 1960: Green Cove Springs, Fla. - USS McConnell and USS Stewart laid up in reserve at the U.S. Navy's Atlantic Reserve Fleet, Naval Station, Green Cove Springs.Nov 21, 2018
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157 viewsApril 1945, Slater in her "mid-war" rig. Sep 24, 2018
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August 27 1993 - Slater arrives at the Intrepid Sea Air Space Museum in Manhattan, completing the tow from Greece.166 viewsSep 13, 2018
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August 27 1993 - Slater arrives at the Intrepid Sea Air Space Museum in Manhattan, completing the tow from Greece.167 viewsSep 13, 2018
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159 viewsJanuary 1944: USS Stewart approaches Jacob Jones (DE 130) to deliver mail. Stewart reports in her War Diary: "operating directly under COTCLant (CTF 23) in Hampton Roads and Lower Chesapeake Bay training prospective Destroyer Escort Crews, returning to N.O.B. Norfolk every night."Jul 15, 2018
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147 views20 May 1943: USS Stewart (DE 238) as completed. Like many other DE's at this time, she had a triple torpedo tube mount originally removed from on of the old "flushdeck" destroyers. May 30, 2018