The Naval History and Heritage Command has pictures and the history of the USS Repose. Using the history, it would
be beneficial to focus on the locations and mission locations as to focus the Log time frames. You could also request the potential Action Reports during WW2 and while in China.
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The Deck Logs of the USS Repose AH-16 between 1945 and 1970 are within the holdings of the National Archives at College Park, MD. You may order reproductions of these Deck Logs by emailing email@example.com. If you choose to order reproductions, in your email please include your mailing/shipping/billing address. Additionally, in your email you will need to include the name of the ship and the specific dates for which you are seeking reproductions. National Archives Reference Staff will respond with a reproduction quote based on the details of your request. Once you have received a reproduction quote you are under no obligation to complete the order.
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