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Marshall Islands

. After discharging her ammunition, she returned to Seattle 2 April. ''Pyro'' decommissioned at Seattle 12 June and was struck from the Navy List 3 July. She was turned over to the War Shipping Administration 14 July 1946, and in March 1950 she was sold to the National Metal and Steel Co. Terminal Island, California for scrapping. The first AFRS stations established under the Central Pacific Command were set up on the Tarawa Atoll and islet of Makin (Butaritari), both located


Tokyo

October and was sold to the National Metal & Steel Co. on 20 November 1946. Biography Born to an ex-''samurai'' family in Hiji (Hiji, Ōita), Ōita Prefecture, Minami came to Tokyo as a boarding student, and was eventually accepted into the Imperial Japanese Army Academy. He was commissioned as a 2nd lieutenant in the cavalry in 1895. He died in Tokyo, Japan in 1982. Released March 25, 1999 Recorded various studios in Tokyo


Japan

, she visited Aomori (Aomori, Aomori), Yokohama, and Yokosuka. She departed Yokosuka on 28 November to return to the United States and entered San Francisco on 18 December. On 6 March 1946, ''Tippecanoe'' was decommissioned at Mare Island Naval Shipyard. Her disposal was authorized on 19 March, and her name was struck from the Navy list on 12 April. She was transferred to the Maritime Commission on 7 October and was sold to the National Metal & Steel Co. on 20 November 1946


United States

the next day. After discharging her ammunition, she returned to Seattle 2 April. ''Pyro'' decommissioned at Seattle 12 June and was struck from the Navy List 3 July. She was turned over to the War Shipping Administration 14 July 1946, and in March 1950 she was sold to the National Metal and Steel Co. Terminal Island, California for scrapping. The character of Deputy Dawg (a dog) is a deputy sheriff (Sheriff) in the State of Mississippi of the United States. The other main


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