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- The University of St. Augustine for Health Sciences is a for-profit graduate institution that emphasizes health science education. It has campuses in San...
- USAHS Acadia was the first United States Army Hospital Ship during World War II. Built in 1932 by Newport News Shipbuilding as a civilian p****enger/cargo...
- Huddleston USAHS Jasmine USAHS John J. Meany USAHS John L. Clem USAHS Larkspur USAHS Louis A. Milne USAHS Marigold USAHS Mercy USAHS Poppy USAHS Relief USAHS Republic...
- Algonquin was an ocean liner built in 1926 for the Clyde Mallory Line. She was involved in a collision in 1929 and rescued survivors from another in 1935...
- The second USS Mercy (AH-8) was a Comfort-cl**** hospital ship laid down under Maritime Commission contract by Consolidated Steel Corporation at the Wilmington...
- SS Agwileon in 1941. In World War II, she was known as USAT Agwileon and USAHS Shamrock in service for the United States Army. Launched in 1906, SS Havana...
- USAHS Marigold was a United States Army hospital ship during WWII. The ship was built as Old North State in 1920 for the United States Shipping Board...
- and turned over to the Army for conversion to a hospital ship, designated USAHS Republic. Republic was overhauled by the Waterman Steamship Company at Mobile...
- selected for employment as a Hague Convention hospital ship and renamed USAHS Larkspur. She made three round trips to the United Kingdom before an extended...
- to the United States Army by the WSA and was converted to hospital ship USAHS Dogwood. The ship made multiple trips to ports in England from its homeport...
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