Photo #: NH 41627
USS Santee (1917-1918)
Ship's officers, wearing civilian clothing as part of Santee's disguise as an anti-submarine "decoy ship", circa late 1917 or early 1918.
Seated in front are (left to right):
Lieutenant John R. Peterson, Jr., Executive Officer and Navigator;
Commander David C. Hanrahan, Commanding Officer;
and Lieutenant Robert E.P. Elmer, Gunnery Watch.
Standing are (left to right):
Acting Pay Clerk John P. Killeen;
Lieutenant (Junior Grade) Arthur D. Warwick, First Lieutenant of Watch;
Assistant Surgeon Thomas L. Sutton, Medical Officer;
Lieutenant (Junior Grade) James P. Compton, Torpedo Watch;
and Machinist Charles C. Roberts, Engineer Officer.
Courtesy Captain David C. Hanrahan, USN, November 1929.
U.S. Naval Historical Center Photograph.
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Image posted 30 November 2007