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Smoke pouring through a large hole in the Ticonderoga’s flight deck from fires after a special attack aircraft crashed through the deck off Formosa (Taiwan) on 21 Jan 1945Splinters of teak flight deck surround bomb hole near Ticonderoga
Smoke pouring through a large hole in the Ticonderoga’s flight deck from fires after a special attack aircraft crashed through the deck off Formosa (Taiwan) on 21 Jan 1945Splinters of teak flight deck surround bomb hole near Ticonderoga's No 1 elevator shortly after being hit by kamikaze aircraft, off Taiwan, 21 Jan 1945; seen on page 92 of US Navy War Photographs
Ticonderoga being listed to port intentionally to aid firefighting efforts after being hit by kamikaze, 125 miles east-southeast of Taiwan, about 1220 hours on 21 Jan 1945Ticonderoga shrouded in smoke after being hit by two kamikaze aircraft, 125 miles east-southeast of Taiwan, about 1300 hours on 21 Jan 1945
Ticonderoga being listed to port intentionally to aid firefighting efforts after being hit by kamikaze, 125 miles east-southeast of Taiwan, about 1220 hours on 21 Jan 1945Ticonderoga shrouded in smoke after being hit by two kamikaze aircraft, 125 miles east-southeast of Taiwan, about 1300 hours on 21 Jan 1945
USS Ticonderoga burning after being hit by two special attack aircraft, 125 miles east-southeast of Taiwan, 21 Jan 1945With the fires out, crews evaluate how to make emergency repairs to a large hole in Ticonderoga’s flight deck from a special attack aircraft crashing through it off Formosa (Taiwan) on 21 Jan 1945
USS Ticonderoga burning after being hit by two special attack aircraft, 125 miles east-southeast of Taiwan, 21 Jan 1945With the fires out, crews evaluate how to make emergency repairs to a large hole in Ticonderoga’s flight deck from a special attack aircraft crashing through it off Formosa (Taiwan) on 21 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.
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.
Damage to the Gallery Deck of the USS Ticonderoga as seen up and aft from the hanger deck. On 21 Jan 1945 a special attack plane crashed through the flight deck and through the gallery deck here. Feb 1945 photo.Photo taken at Puget Sound Naval Shipyard, Bremerton, Washington, United States, Feb 1945 showing island damage to USS Ticonderoga as the result of a direct hit by a special attack aircraft off Formosa (Taiwan).
Damage to the Gallery Deck of the USS Ticonderoga as seen up and aft from the hanger deck. On 21 Jan 1945 a special attack plane crashed through the flight deck and through the gallery deck here. Feb 1945 photo.Photo taken at Puget Sound Naval Shipyard, Bremerton, Washington, United States, Feb 1945 showing island damage to USS Ticonderoga as the result of a direct hit by a special attack aircraft off Formosa (Taiwan).
Sketch made by Puget Sound Naval Shipyard, Bremerton, Washington, United States showing paths of two Japanese special attack aircraft that made direct hits on USS Ticonderoga off Formosa (Taiwan).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.
Sketch made by Puget Sound Naval Shipyard, Bremerton, Washington, United States showing paths of two Japanese special attack aircraft that made direct hits on USS Ticonderoga off Formosa (Taiwan).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 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.Crewmen beginning to fold the wings of a Grumman F6F-5 Hellcat of Air Group 87 immediately after landing aboard USS Ticonderoga, Apr-May 1945 in the central Pacific.
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.Crewmen beginning to fold the wings of a Grumman F6F-5 Hellcat of Air Group 87 immediately after landing aboard USS Ticonderoga, Apr-May 1945 in the central Pacific.
United States Marine Corps detachment aboard carrier USS Ticonderoga posing in front of a Grumman F6F-5 Hellcat Nightfighter of Air Group 87, Apr-May 1945 in the central Pacific.Aboard USS Ticonderoga, Navy Fighting-Bombing Squadron 87 takes possession of the 10,000th F6F Hellcat to be produced, 23 May 1945 at Ulithi.
United States Marine Corps detachment aboard carrier USS Ticonderoga posing in front of a Grumman F6F-5 Hellcat Nightfighter of Air Group 87, Apr-May 1945 in the central Pacific.Aboard USS Ticonderoga, Navy Fighting-Bombing Squadron 87 takes possession of the 10,000th F6F Hellcat to be produced, 23 May 1945 at Ulithi.
Crewmen in front of Grumman F6F-5 Hellcat “10,000th Hellcat” BuNo 78854 of Fighting-Bombing Squadron VBF-87 aboard USS Ticonderoga, May-Jun 1945 in the western Pacific.Crewmen pull through the prop of Grumman F6F-5 Hellcat “10,000th Hellcat” BuNo 78854 of Fighting-Bombing Squadron VBF-87 aboard USS Ticonderoga, May-Jun 1945 in the western Pacific.
Crewmen in front of Grumman F6F-5 Hellcat “10,000th Hellcat” BuNo 78854 of Fighting-Bombing Squadron VBF-87 aboard USS Ticonderoga, May-Jun 1945 in the western Pacific.Crewmen pull through the prop of Grumman F6F-5 Hellcat “10,000th Hellcat” BuNo 78854 of Fighting-Bombing Squadron VBF-87 aboard USS Ticonderoga, May-Jun 1945 in the western Pacific.

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