WWII Radio Pictures Rabaul and FDR
WWII Signal Corps Brochures
WWII Beach Landings in Pacific
Signal Corps WACS WWII Pacific
WWII Army Ships
Tacloban, Leyte Island, Philippines
WWII Leyte Military Cemetery
Port Moresby, New Guinea
SouthWest Pacific October 8, 1942 WWII
Dulag, Leyte Island, Phillipines
Manila Luzon in WWII
Milne Bay, Papua New Guinea
Eleanor Roosevelt WWII Pacific
WWII Paratroopers in Pacific
WWII Airplanes in the Pacific
Flat-Hatting Sense, USN Training Manual 1944
US Army Field Artillery in Pacific
Pacific Natives, Male WWII
Pacific Native Women, WWII
Lt Col OH Davidsmeyer, Sr.
List of WWII Pictures from scrapbooks
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Board Games: Military
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WWII Book Reviews
WWI Sheet Music
Pictures of WWII Army Communication and News Ships
The US Army signal corps had a
fleet of ships installed with radio equipment in the Pacific in WWII. This flotilla
included schooners, ketches, and barges. At first, this World War II Signal Corps fleet
served just as relay ships. They soon became forward-command-post communication sites,
army command and administrative network stations, and communications supply depots.
See Signal Corps Brochures for
details about these ships and how they were used by the Army to facilitate communications.
See WWII Comm Equipment for photos of army communication
equipment, both used in the signal corps fleet and on land.
Pictures from the personal scrapbooks of Lt. Colonel O. Howard
Far from Home.
A soldier onboard Army Communications Ship in WWII.
this photo I received the following email 02-05-2003:
My father served on a WWII army communications ship, the TP-249, the USS Joanna.
He landed on Milne Bay in August 1944. The ship was owned by the 7 UP Bottling
Company and requisitioned by the Army. We do not have any photos, they were lost
over the years. My father did see the photos on your website and thinks he
recognizes his ship. [...] The ship had a 20 mm gun on the fantail, which is not
apparent in the photo.
More information (and larger picture) of the
Army Communcations Ship TP249 Geoanna
Related Army Communication Ship links:
Army Ships - The Ghost
Fleet : great historic site dedicated to these often-overlooked ships that provided
vital services in WWII.
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