31 May 1942

Alaska
  • USS St. Louis arrived at Kodiak, Alaska after having been redirected from Cold Bay, Alaska. St. Louis departed later the same day for an Alaskan patrol. ww2dbase [St. Louis | Kodiak | DS]
1 Jun 1942

Alaska
  • USS Nashville departed Kodiak, Alaska on an Alaskan patrol. ww2dbase [Nashville | Kodiak | DS]
9 Jun 1942

Alaska
  • United States Navy reorganized the facilities on Kodiak Island, Aleutian Islands into a Naval Operating Base in response to recent Japanese activity in the region. ww2dbase [Kodiak | CPC]
25 Jun 1942

Alaska
  • USS Honolulu arrived at Kodiak Island, Alaska. ww2dbase [Honolulu | Kodiak | DS]
29 Jun 1942

Alaska
  • USS Honolulu departed Kodiak Island, Alaska and resumed Alaskan patrols. ww2dbase [Honolulu | Kodiak | DS]
2 Jul 1942

Alaska
5 Jul 1942

Alaska
  • USS St. Louis departed Kodiak, Alaska to resume Alaskan patrols. ww2dbase [St. Louis | Kodiak | DS]
10 Jul 1942

Alaska
15 Jul 1942

Alaska
  • USS Honolulu arrived at Kodiak Island, Alaska. Rear Admiral William Smith shifted his flag from USS Indianapolis to USS Honolulu. ww2dbase [Honolulu | Kodiak | DS]
16 Jul 1942

Alaska
  • USS Honolulu departed Kodiak Island, Alaska and resumed Alaskan patrols. ww2dbase [Honolulu | Kodiak | DS]
31 Jul 1942

Alaska
3 Aug 1942

Alaska
11 Aug 1942

Alaska
19 Aug 1942

Alaska
24 Aug 1942

Alaska
25 Aug 1942

Alaska
  • USS Honolulu departed Kodiak, Alaska bound for Kuluk Bay, Adak Island, Alaska. ww2dbase [Honolulu | Kodiak | DS]
26 Aug 1942

Alaska
  • USS Nashville and USS St. Louis departed Kodiak, Alaska as escorts for the US Army troops bound for Adak Island. ww2dbase [St. Louis | Nashville | Kodiak | DS]
11 Sep 1942

Alaska
13 Sep 1942

Alaska
  • USS St. Louis departed Kodiak, Alaska bound for Adak Island. ww2dbase [St. Louis | Kodiak | DS]

Timeline Section Founder: Thomas Houlihan
Contributors: Alan Chanter, C. Peter Chen, Thomas Houlihan, Hugh Martyr, David Stubblebine
Special Thanks: Rory Curtis




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