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Capt Dixie Kiefer (left) and executive officer Cdr Willian Burch, both badly injured in an air attack four days earlier, being prepared for transfer from Ticonderoga to the hospital ship Samaritan at Ulithi, 25 Jan 1945Captain Dixie Kiefer, badly injured in an air attack four days earlier, addressing his crew one more time before being transferred from USS Ticonderoga to the hospital ship Samaritan at Ulithi, 25 Jan 1945.
Capt Dixie Kiefer (left) and executive officer Cdr Willian Burch, both badly injured in an air attack four days earlier, being prepared for transfer from Ticonderoga to the hospital ship Samaritan at Ulithi, 25 Jan 1945Captain Dixie Kiefer, badly injured in an air attack four days earlier, addressing his crew one more time before being transferred from USS Ticonderoga to the hospital ship Samaritan at Ulithi, 25 Jan 1945.
USS Ticonderoga steams down Puget Sound, Washington, United States on her trials after substantial repairs from battle damage, Apr 16, 1945. Photo 1 of 4.USS Ticonderoga steams down Puget Sound, Washington, United States on her trials after substantial repairs from battle damage, Apr 16, 1945. Photo 2 of 4.
USS Ticonderoga steams down Puget Sound, Washington, United States on her trials after substantial repairs from battle damage, Apr 16, 1945. Photo 1 of 4.USS Ticonderoga steams down Puget Sound, Washington, United States on her trials after substantial repairs from battle damage, Apr 16, 1945. Photo 2 of 4.
USS Ticonderoga steams down Puget Sound, Washington, United States on her trials after substantial repairs from battle damage, Apr 16, 1945. Photo 3 of 4.USS Ticonderoga steams down Puget Sound, Washington, United States on her trials after substantial repairs from battle damage, Apr 16, 1945. Photo 4 of 4.
USS Ticonderoga steams down Puget Sound, Washington, United States on her trials after substantial repairs from battle damage, Apr 16, 1945. Photo 3 of 4.USS Ticonderoga steams down Puget Sound, Washington, United States on her trials after substantial repairs from battle damage, Apr 16, 1945. Photo 4 of 4.
Aboard USS Ticonderoga, Navy Fighting Squadron 87 takes possession of the 10,000th F6F Hellcat to be produced, Apr 1945F6F Hellcat fighters of Fighting Squadron 87 aboard carrier Ticonderoga off Okinawa, Jun 1945. Note aircraft tugs.
Aboard USS Ticonderoga, Navy Fighting Squadron 87 takes possession of the 10,000th F6F Hellcat to be produced, Apr 1945F6F Hellcat fighters of Fighting Squadron 87 aboard carrier Ticonderoga off Okinawa, Jun 1945. Note aircraft tugs.
F6F-5 Hellcat, TBM-3 Avengers, and SB2C-4E Helldivers of Carrier Air Group 87 aboard Ticonderoga, Jun-Aug 1945.TBM-3 Avenger with Torpedo Squadron 87 landing aboard USS Ticonderoga, Jun-Aug 1945.
F6F-5 Hellcat, TBM-3 Avengers, and SB2C-4E Helldivers of Carrier Air Group 87 aboard Ticonderoga, Jun-Aug 1945.TBM-3 Avenger with Torpedo Squadron 87 landing aboard USS Ticonderoga, Jun-Aug 1945.
US Navy African-American enlisted sailors aboard USS Ticonderoga celebrating upon hearing the news of Japanese surrender, 14 Aug 1945Battle Flag (larger flag) hoisted on the aircraft carrier Ticonderoga on orders issued throughout the fleet from Third Fleet Commander William Halsey in response to news that Japan had surrendered, 15 Aug 1945
US Navy African-American enlisted sailors aboard USS Ticonderoga celebrating upon hearing the news of Japanese surrender, 14 Aug 1945Battle Flag (larger flag) hoisted on the aircraft carrier Ticonderoga on orders issued throughout the fleet from Third Fleet Commander William Halsey in response to news that Japan had surrendered, 15 Aug 1945
Letter from the Captain of the carrier Ticonderoga, William Sinton, to the ship’s officers and men about what to expect in the days immediately following the Japanese surrender, 16 Aug 1945USS Ticonderoga arriving at Tacoma, Washington, United States as part of Operation Magic Carpet, Oct 27, 1945. Note the deck numbers already repainted in peace-time white & balloons supporting the Homeward Bound Pennant
Letter from the Captain of the carrier Ticonderoga, William Sinton, to the ship’s officers and men about what to expect in the days immediately following the Japanese surrender, 16 Aug 1945USS Ticonderoga arriving at Tacoma, Washington, United States as part of Operation Magic Carpet, Oct 27, 1945. Note the deck numbers already repainted in peace-time white & balloons supporting the Homeward Bound Pennant
Ticonderoga in San Francisco Bay, California, United States, late 1945 or early 1946; note blimp in flight in backgroundUSS Bunker Hill, USS Bon Homme Richard, USS Essex, USS Ticonderoga, USS Indiana, and USS Alabama at Pier 92, Seattle, Washington, United States, 9 Jan 1947
Ticonderoga in San Francisco Bay, California, United States, late 1945 or early 1946; note blimp in flight in backgroundUSS Bunker Hill, USS Bon Homme Richard, USS Essex, USS Ticonderoga, USS Indiana, and USS Alabama at Pier 92, Seattle, Washington, United States, 9 Jan 1947
Bremerton Group of the United States Pacific Reserve Fleet, Puget Sound Naval Shipyard, Bremerton, Washington, United States, circa 1948USS Essex, USS Ticonderoga, USS Yorktown, USS Lexington, USS Bunker Hill, and and USS Bon Homme Richard at Puget Sound Naval Shipyard, Washington, United States, 23 Apr 1948; note several battleships in background at left
Bremerton Group of the United States Pacific Reserve Fleet, Puget Sound Naval Shipyard, Bremerton, Washington, United States, circa 1948USS Essex, USS Ticonderoga, USS Yorktown, USS Lexington, USS Bunker Hill, and and USS Bon Homme Richard at Puget Sound Naval Shipyard, Washington, United States, 23 Apr 1948; note several battleships in background at left
The bow of USS Hornet being transport out of New York Navy Yard, Brooklyn, New York, United States, May 1952; note USS Ticonderoga in right background; seen in Oct 1957 issue of All Hands magazineAft view of USS Ticonderoga, circa 1954
The bow of USS Hornet being transport out of New York Navy Yard, Brooklyn, New York, United States, May 1952; note USS Ticonderoga in right background; seen in Oct 1957 issue of All Hands magazineAft view of USS Ticonderoga, circa 1954

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