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G. W. Garlock (then commander of the US Army 32nd Division, 128th Company) describes in his 1927 book "Tales of the Thirty Second" that "most" of the AEF 32nd Division left New York Feb 19, 1918 with troop transports including the "George Washington, Grant, Covington, Susquehanna and Pastores", and also "Manchuria" loaded with munitions, with armed escort that included the battleship "Huntington" and joined while under way by "DeKalb". He arrives in Brest, France on March the 4th, 1918. --220.127.116.11 (talk) 05:12, 2 January 2016 (UTC)