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Organization Structure

Comservron 10 - Service Squadron 10

USS Carmita Command

Lt. Charles E. Burch Jr. 1944-1945

Lt. J. G. Walter A. Raney 1945-1946

Comservron 10 Command

Commodore Worrall Reed Carter 1944-1945

Rear Admiral Allan E. Smith 1945

South Pacific Service Force Command

Rear Admiral William L. Calhoun

Fleet Command

Fleet Admiral William Frederick Halsey Jr.

Pacific Theater Command

Admiral Chester W. Nimitz

Secretary of the Navy

William Franklin (Frank) Knox 1940-1944

James Vincent Forrestal 1944-1949

Commander and Chief

Franklin D. Roosevelt 1933-1945

Harry S. Truman 1945-1953

Ships Name

USS Carmita IX-152        1944-1946

Ships Nickname

The Green Dragon

Shipyard Contractor

Barrett and Hilp

Belair Shipyard, South San Francisco, California

Ship laid down as (1943): Slate

Production was completed: May 1943

Maritime Commission No.: 1328

Length: 366 Ft. Long.

Deadweight:  5,687 tons.

Hull No.: 10

Ship Type: Concrete Barge

Ship Sunk: 1947 location unknown

Note: The Carmita, a Concrete Barge was used to issue fresh, frozen, and dry provisions in the forward areas of the South Pacific when naval activity was at its height.


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