General Patrick Bow
General Patrick Deck 1
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Genearl Patrick Deck 4
General Patrick Deck 5
General Patrick Forecastle Deck
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General Patick Depature 1
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Starboard Side Bow View
Starboard Side Bow
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Bow Deck Anchor Chains and Winches
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Auditorium and Chapel
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Saloon Pantry
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Main Deck Door in Starboard Passenger Lounge
Main Deck Passenger Passages and Elavator
Chaplains State Room
Men's Washroom, Weather Deck
Passenger State Room
Main Gallery Troop Mess
Dispensary
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Exchange Office Adjacent to Passenger Entrance
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General Edwin D. Patrick (AP-124) (Disposed)

The General Edwin D. Patrick, originally named Admiral C. F. Hughes (AP-124), is the third and final P2 “Admiral” type troopship in the Maritime Administration’s inventory.  It was completed late in the war, although it saw some service transporting troops during World War II.  The Admiral C.F. Hughes was reacquired by the Navy from the Army Transport Service and renamed General Edwin D. Patrick in March of 1950 and assigned to the Military Sea Transportation Service.  Manned by a civilian crew, it operated in the Pacific out of San Francisco.  The Patrick carried troops and supplies to American bases in Japan, Korea, Okinawa, the Marianas, and the Philippines, making more than two dozen round-trip voyages to the Far East while supporting the war effort in Korea.  After the armistice in Korea, the vessel continued transport operations in the Western Pacific, and between 1953 and 1965 steamed to the East Asia  some 110 times to provide American bases with personnel and supplies.  Between 1965 and 1966, the General Patrick predominantly operated in the Western Pacific, supporting the forces in Southeast Asia.  General Edwin D. Patrick received three battle stars for Korean War service.  After an overhaul early in 1967, the transport was placed in ready reserve status and relocated to the Maritime Administration’s Suisun Bay Reserve Fleet. 

The National Park Service completed a HAER Survey of General Edwin D. Patrick.

The General Patrick was withdrawn from the fleet for scrapping on April 15, 2010; dismantlement was complete on January 25, 2011.

Maritime Administration - California SHPO Memorandum of Agreement

Texas Tech University Vietnam Center Virtual Archive

Naval History and Heritage Command Dictionary of American Naval Fighting Ships

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