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41 items in this album on 3 pages.

Canberra, Boston, and Northampton sailing during the International Naval Review, Hampton Roads, Virginia, United States, 12 Jun 1957Boston and Canberra nested together during change of command ceremony (RAdm Martell relieved RAdm Melson, ComCruDiv4), Norfolk Naval Base, Virginia, US, 14 Apr 1958; note Intrepid in background
Canberra, Boston, and Northampton sailing during the International Naval Review, Hampton Roads, Virginia, United States, 12 Jun 1957Boston and Canberra nested together during change of command ceremony (RAdm Martell relieved RAdm Melson, ComCruDiv4), Norfolk Naval Base, Virginia, US, 14 Apr 1958; note Intrepid in background
USS Boston and USS Canberra practicing high-line operations for the transfer of WW2 Unknown Soldier, 22 Apr 1958Aboard USS Canberra, US Navy Hospitalman William R. Charette selecting the Unknown Serviceman of WW2 for burial in Arlington National Cemetery; off Virginia, United States, 26 May 1958
USS Boston and USS Canberra practicing high-line operations for the transfer of WW2 Unknown Soldier, 22 Apr 1958Aboard USS Canberra, US Navy Hospitalman William R. Charette selecting the Unknown Serviceman of WW2 for burial in Arlington National Cemetery; off Virginia, United States, 26 May 1958
USS Canberra underway, 9 Jan 1961Guided missile cruiser USS Canberra at sea, 19 Jan 1961
USS Canberra underway, 9 Jan 1961Guided missile cruiser USS Canberra at sea, 19 Jan 1961
USS Canberra underway during the Cuban Missile Crisis, 28 Oct 1962USS Canberra, circa 1965
USS Canberra underway during the Cuban Missile Crisis, 28 Oct 1962USS Canberra, circa 1965
US Navy Task Force 77 performing an uniform turn in the South China Sea, Mar 1965; among them were USS Yorktown, USS Hancock, and USS CanberraUSS Canberra returning to San Diego, California, United States after her first Vietnam War deployment, 7 Jul 1965
US Navy Task Force 77 performing an uniform turn in the South China Sea, Mar 1965; among them were USS Yorktown, USS Hancock, and USS CanberraUSS Canberra returning to San Diego, California, United States after her first Vietnam War deployment, 7 Jul 1965
Replacing one of USS CanberraUSS Canberra bombarding the coast of Vietnam during Operation Deckhouse Five, 6 or 7 Jan 1967
Replacing one of USS Canberra's forward 8-inch guns, US Naval Ship Repair Facility, Subic Bay, Philippine Islands, 1967USS Canberra bombarding the coast of Vietnam during Operation Deckhouse Five, 6 or 7 Jan 1967
A North Vietnamese shell falling in the water near USS Canberra, South China Sea, Mar 1967Crewmen of USS Canberra cleaning one of the cruiser
A North Vietnamese shell falling in the water near USS Canberra, South China Sea, Mar 1967Crewmen of USS Canberra cleaning one of the cruiser's 8-inch guns, Mar 1967
Guided missile cruiser Canberra firing a salvo in the Gulf of Tonkin at night at a North Vietnamese target, Mar 1967USS Canberra bombarding the coast of Vietnam, Mar 1967; note projectiles visible to the upper right of photograph
Guided missile cruiser Canberra firing a salvo in the Gulf of Tonkin at night at a North Vietnamese target, Mar 1967USS Canberra bombarding the coast of Vietnam, Mar 1967; note projectiles visible to the upper right of photograph
USS Canberra off Point Loma, near San Diego, California, United States, 1 Jun 1967Aerial photograph of USS Canberra, 1967-1968
USS Canberra off Point Loma, near San Diego, California, United States, 1 Jun 1967Aerial photograph of USS Canberra, 1967-1968
USS Canberra underway, circa 1968-1969USS Canberra en route to the San Francisco Naval Shipyard, California, United States for inactivation, circa 1 Oct 1969; note automobiles parked on her after deck
USS Canberra underway, circa 1968-1969USS Canberra en route to the San Francisco Naval Shipyard, California, United States for inactivation, circa 1 Oct 1969; note automobiles parked on her after deck

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