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Alaska fired her 5-inch gun during gunnery practice, 5 Feb 1945Alaska
Alaska fired her 5-inch gun during gunnery practice, 5 Feb 1945Alaska's Chief Quartermaster John P. Overholt took a sun sighting with a sextant, off Iwo Jima, 6 Mar 1945; taking notes on the observations was QM3/c Clark R. Bartholomew
Crew of a 40mm quad anti-aircraft machine gun mount of Alaska loaded clips into the loaders of the left pair of guns, off Iwo Jima, 6 Mar 1945Gunner
Crew of a 40mm quad anti-aircraft machine gun mount of Alaska loaded clips into the loaders of the left pair of guns, off Iwo Jima, 6 Mar 1945Gunner's Mate First Class Carrick N. Thomas passed a clip of four 40mm rounds through a hatch in a 40mm handling room of Alaska, off Iwo Jima, 6 Mar 1945
One of the AlaskaOne of the Alaska
One of the Alaska's Curtiss SC-1 floatplanes taxiing up to the landing mat streamed alongside, to be picked up by the aircraft crane, off Iwo Jima, 6 Mar 1945One of the Alaska's Curtiss SC-1 floatplanes waited for pickup by the ship's crane, off Iwo Jima, 6 Mar 1945
Guam and Alaska off China, Aug or Sep 1945Alaska, Guam, North Carolina, Washington, Enterprise, Franklin, and other ships at  Bayonne Naval Supply Depot, New Jersey, United States, 15 Apr 1953
Guam and Alaska off China, Aug or Sep 1945Alaska, Guam, North Carolina, Washington, Enterprise, Franklin, and other ships at Bayonne Naval Supply Depot, New Jersey, United States, 15 Apr 1953

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