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21 Dec 1944

Photo(s) dated 21 Dec 1944
USS Ancon off Charleston Navy Yard, South Carolina, United States, 21 Dec 1944, photo 1 of 3; note Measure 31a, Design 18Ax camouflageUSS Ancon off Charleston Navy Yard, South Carolina, United States, 21 Dec 1944, photo 2 of 3; note Measure 31a, Design 18Ax camouflageUSS Ancon off Charleston Navy Yard, South Carolina, United States, 21 Dec 1944, photo 3 of 3; note Measure 31a, Design 18Ax camouflage
15 Jan 1959

United States
  • Proteus entered Charleston Navy Yard, North Charleston, South Carolina, United States for lengthening and for conversion to a tender for Polaris Fleet Ballistic Missile submarines. ww2dbase [Proteus | North Charleston, South Carolina | CPC]
8 Aug 1960

Photo(s) dated 8 Aug 1960
USS Proteus off Charleston Navy Yard, South Carolina, United States, 8 Aug 1960
29 Jun 1964

United States
16 Oct 1964

United States

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