USS Mulberry (AN 27)
Net tender of the Aloe class
|Navy||The US Navy|
|Built by||American Shipbuilding Co. (Cleveland, Ohio, U.S.A.)|
|Ordered||1 Aug 1940|
|Laid down||18 Oct 1940|
|Launched||26 Mar 1941|
|Commissioned||1 Nov 1941|
|End service||11 Apr 1960|
Decommissioned on 11 April 1960
Commands listed for USS Mulberry (AN 27)
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|1||William Gabriel Holly, USNR||19 Dec 1942||1 Mar 1944 (1)|
|2||Jacob A Haas, USNR||1 Mar 1944||6 Sep 1945|
|3||William A Schraegle, Jr., USNR||6 Sep 1945||30 Nov 1945|
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8 Mar 1942
USS Mulberry picks up the survivors of the American merchant Cardonia that was torpedoed and sunk the day before by German U-boat U-126 about 5 nautical miles west-north-west of the St. Nicholas Mole, Haiti in position 19°53'N, 73°27'W.
6 May 1942
USS Mulberry picks up the survivors of the American merchant Afoundria that was torpedoed and sunk the day before by German U-boat U-108 about 8 nautical miles north of Le Male Light, Haiti in position 19°59'N, 73°26'W.
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