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Rear Admiral Alan Kirk inspecting the crew of USS Ancon, Sep 1943War correspondent Quentin Reynolds and Vice Admiral H. Kent Hewitt aboard USS Ancon, mid- or late-1943
Rear Admiral Alan Kirk inspecting the crew of USS Ancon, Sep 1943War correspondent Quentin Reynolds and Vice Admiral H. Kent Hewitt aboard USS Ancon, mid- or late-1943
USS Ancon, date unknownKing George VI aboard USS Ancon accompanied by US officers Rear Admiral John Hall, Jr. and Commander Mead Pearson, 25 May 1944
USS Ancon, date unknownKing George VI aboard USS Ancon accompanied by US officers Rear Admiral John Hall, Jr. and Commander Mead Pearson, 25 May 1944
Royal Navy Admiral Sir Bertram Ramsay, Naval commander of the Normandy operations, and US Navy Rear Admiral John L. Hall, Jr., commander of amphibious operations, aboard AGC-4 USS Ancon, 25 May 1944, the day King George VI visited the shipUSS Ancon and USS PC-565 off Normandie, France, 7 Jun 1944
Royal Navy Admiral Sir Bertram Ramsay, Naval commander of the Normandy operations, and US Navy Rear Admiral John L. Hall, Jr., commander of amphibious operations, aboard AGC-4 USS Ancon, 25 May 1944, the day King George VI visited the shipUSS Ancon and USS PC-565 off Normandie, France, 7 Jun 1944
USS Ancon at anchor off Normandie, France, Jun 1944USS Ancon off Charleston Navy Yard, South Carolina, United States, 21 Dec 1944, photo 1 of 3; note Measure 31a, Design 18Ax camouflage
USS Ancon at anchor off Normandie, France, Jun 1944USS Ancon off Charleston Navy Yard, South Carolina, United States, 21 Dec 1944, photo 1 of 3; note Measure 31a, Design 18Ax camouflage
USS Ancon off Charleston Navy Yard, South Carolina, United States, 21 Dec 1944, photo 2 of 3; note Measure 31a, Design 18Ax camouflageUSS Ancon off Charleston Navy Yard, South Carolina, United States, 21 Dec 1944, photo 3 of 3; note Measure 31a, Design 18Ax camouflage
USS Ancon off Charleston Navy Yard, South Carolina, United States, 21 Dec 1944, photo 2 of 3; note Measure 31a, Design 18Ax camouflageUSS Ancon off Charleston Navy Yard, South Carolina, United States, 21 Dec 1944, photo 3 of 3; note Measure 31a, Design 18Ax camouflage
USS Ancon at anchor, Manila Bay, Philippine Islands, mid-Aug 1945, photo 1 of 2; note Measure 31a, Design 18Ax camouflageUSS Ancon at anchor, Manila Bay, Philippine Islands, mid-Aug 1945, photo 2 of 2; note Measure 31a, Design 18Ax camouflage
USS Ancon at anchor, Manila Bay, Philippine Islands, mid-Aug 1945, photo 1 of 2; note Measure 31a, Design 18Ax camouflageUSS Ancon at anchor, Manila Bay, Philippine Islands, mid-Aug 1945, photo 2 of 2; note Measure 31a, Design 18Ax camouflage
US Navy carrier aircraft flew in formation over AGC-4 Ancon in Tokyo Bay during surrender ceremonies, 2 Sep 1945USS Ancon at anchor, San Francisco Bay, California, United States, circa Dec 1945
US Navy carrier aircraft flew in formation over AGC-4 Ancon in Tokyo Bay during surrender ceremonies, 2 Sep 1945USS Ancon at anchor, San Francisco Bay, California, United States, circa Dec 1945
Training ship State of Maine, Jacksonville, Florida, United States, 1964Training ship State of Maine, Castine, Maine, United States, 1962-1973
Training ship State of Maine, Jacksonville, Florida, United States, 1964Training ship State of Maine, Castine, Maine, United States, 1962-1973

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