U. S. S.  Salamonie
(AO-26)
The U.S.S. Salamonie served her country from 1941 until 1968. This site is dedicated to her memory and to the memory of her officers and enlisted men.
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This page was last updated on: February 9, 2020
"The NEW and only Officially recognized web site of the USS Salamonie"
"Non Sibi
Sed Patriae"
"Not for self,
but for country"
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NOTICE:  The PICTURES portion of the web site has been down for some time but I have repaired the problem and it is working again. The old screens scrolled but Homestead discontinued their use. I've reformatted the pages. You're invited to visit them. Click on the PICTURES link.  
Items and articles previously on this page can now be found on the new ARCHIVES page.
In addition to the new ARCHIVES page, take a look at the
LILLY NUTTER MEMORIAL PAGE. 
U.S.S. SALAMONIE MUSEUM
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JOHN MOLIERE SELECTED FOR NUMEROUS AWARDS

     The USS Salamonie's own John Moliere has been selected for several awards in
the last few years.​
     A panel of senior federal and commercial executives chose John P. Molière for a FED100 Award sponsored by the FCW Media Group. Molière was chosen as one of the top executives from government, industry and academia who had the greatest impact on the government information systems community. His work was done on and behalf of the Veteran Business community, especially for initiating the Veterans Technology Services (VETS) GWAC (Veterans Governmentwide Acquisition Contract) by working with the VA, GOFPP and OMB to secure the Executive Order (E.O.) 13360 to provide and strengthen prime and subcontracting opportunities in federal contracting for service-disabled veteran-owned small businesses (SDVOSB).
     In November of 2016 he was selected as the recipient of the John K. Lopez Lifetime Achievement Award.
    And at the 2019 National Veterans Small Business Coalition's annual conference he was the recipient of the 2019 Gordon H. Mansfield Award.
    Needless to say, the USS Salamonie Association and it's members are extremely proud of John. 
     For more information on these prestigious awards see the attached letter
USS Salamonie AO-26
1940 - 1968
Best Wishes to the
USS Salamonie AO-26 Veterans
On Veteran's Day
November 11, 2019
From the Members of the USS Salamonie Association
Thank you for your service.
NEW ADDITION TO THE MUSEUM
Donated by Doug Bauer
(For larger pictures go to the New Addition page)