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USS North Carolina underway off US Territory of Hawaii, 29 Nov 1942USS North Carolina at Pearl Harbor Navy Yard, US Territory of Hawaii, late 1942; note measure 21 camouflage
USS North Carolina underway off US Territory of Hawaii, 29 Nov 1942USS North Carolina at Pearl Harbor Navy Yard, US Territory of Hawaii, late 1942; note measure 21 camouflage
Plan for camouflage Measure 32v11 Design 18D for USS North Carolina, circa 1943, 1 of 2Plan for camouflage Measure 32v11 Design 18D for USS North Carolina, circa 1943, 2 of 2
Plan for camouflage Measure 32v11 Design 18D for USS North Carolina, circa 1943, 1 of 2Plan for camouflage Measure 32v11 Design 18D for USS North Carolina, circa 1943, 2 of 2
Plan for camouflage Measure 32v6 Design 10D for USS North Carolina, circa 1943, 1 of 2; this design would remain unusedPlan for camouflage Measure 32v6 Design 10D for USS North Carolina, circa 1943, 2 of 2; this design would remain unused
Plan for camouflage Measure 32v6 Design 10D for USS North Carolina, circa 1943, 1 of 2; this design would remain unusedPlan for camouflage Measure 32v6 Design 10D for USS North Carolina, circa 1943, 2 of 2; this design would remain unused
USS North Carolina, 1943USS North Carolina off US Territory of Hawaii, 27 Mar 1943
USS North Carolina, 1943USS North Carolina off US Territory of Hawaii, 27 Mar 1943
USS West Virginia (foreground) and USS North Carolina (background) at Pearl Harbor Navy Yard, US Territory of Hawaii, 30 Apr 1943USS North Carolina underway during the Gilbert Islands operation, Nov 1943
USS West Virginia (foreground) and USS North Carolina (background) at Pearl Harbor Navy Yard, US Territory of Hawaii, 30 Apr 1943USS North Carolina underway during the Gilbert Islands operation, Nov 1943
USS North Carolina bombarding Nauru, 8 Dec 1943; note OS2U Kingfisher aircraft in foregroundUSS North Carolina firing her main batteries, date unknown
USS North Carolina bombarding Nauru, 8 Dec 1943; note OS2U Kingfisher aircraft in foregroundUSS North Carolina firing her main batteries, date unknown
USS North Carolina firing her main guns, circa 1944; note shells in flight at left of photographUSS North Carolina in Ms32/18d early pattern camouflage in the Marshall Islands, 25 Jan 1944; photo taken from USS Intrepid; note Fletcher-class destroyer in distance
USS North Carolina firing her main guns, circa 1944; note shells in flight at left of photographUSS North Carolina in Ms32/18d early pattern camouflage in the Marshall Islands, 25 Jan 1944; photo taken from USS Intrepid; note Fletcher-class destroyer in distance
USS South Dakota, USS Alabama, and USS North Carolina underway in the South Pacific, 25 Jan 1944; photo taken from USS IntrepidUSS North Carolina off Saipan, Mariana Islands, mid- to late-Jun 1944
USS South Dakota, USS Alabama, and USS North Carolina underway in the South Pacific, 25 Jan 1944; photo taken from USS IntrepidUSS North Carolina off Saipan, Mariana Islands, mid- to late-Jun 1944
Four US battleships of Task Group 58.7 in the fleet anchorage at Majuro Atoll in the Marshall Islands, 8 Jul 1944USS North Carolina underway in Puget Sound, Washington, United States, Sep 1944
Four US battleships of Task Group 58.7 in the fleet anchorage at Majuro Atoll in the Marshall Islands, 8 Jul 1944USS North Carolina underway in Puget Sound, Washington, United States, Sep 1944
USS North Carolina underway in Puget Sound, Washington, United States, Sep 1944USS North Carolina anchored off Puget Sound Navy Yard, Washington, United States, 24 Sep 1944, photo 1 of 3
USS North Carolina underway in Puget Sound, Washington, United States, Sep 1944USS North Carolina anchored off Puget Sound Navy Yard, Washington, United States, 24 Sep 1944, photo 1 of 3

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