Orders 15 Aug 1946

This document is from the National Archives at College Park, College Park, Maryland
Record Group 38, Box 74: Records of Inactive Naval Stations

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ATTN: LT. COMDR. LANKFORD, USN.

REQUEST FULL INFORMATION WHEREABOUTS FOLLOWING WAVE PERSONNEL:

HODGES, EVELYN J., 763 03 79, Y2, V-10, USNR

NICKEL, EVELYN L., 703 90 60, SPQTE1, V-10, USNR

ADDITIONALLY, PLEASE PREPARE AND FORWARD COMPLETE MUSTER ROLL ALL 20-G PERSONNEL NOW AT ST. PAUL, AND IF ANY STRAGGLERS AT DAYTON, PLEASE SO ADVISE.

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