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USS Yorktown (Essex-class) at Norfolk, Virginia, United States, 1 Jul 1943USS New Jersey entering the deperming slip at Lambert’s Point on the Elizabeth River, Norfolk, Virginia at about 11:00 AM local time, 23 Jul 1943.
USS Yorktown (Essex-class) at Norfolk, Virginia, United States, 1 Jul 1943USS New Jersey entering the deperming slip at Lambert’s Point on the Elizabeth River, Norfolk, Virginia at about 11:00 AM local time, 23 Jul 1943.
PB4Y-1 Liberator from US Navy Patrol Squadron VP-114 on the ramp at Norfolk, Virginia, United States, circa Aug 1943.USS Intrepid entering the deperming station at Norfolk, Virginia, United States, 11 Sep 1943. Note the outline of the ship’s waterline painted on the flight deck. Photo 1 of 3.
PB4Y-1 Liberator from US Navy Patrol Squadron VP-114 on the ramp at Norfolk, Virginia, United States, circa Aug 1943.USS Intrepid entering the deperming station at Norfolk, Virginia, United States, 11 Sep 1943. Note the outline of the ship’s waterline painted on the flight deck. Photo 1 of 3.
USS Intrepid entering the deperming station at Norfolk, Virginia, United States, 11 Sep 1943. Note the outline of the ship’s waterline painted on the flight deck. Photo 2 of 3.USS Intrepid entering the deperming station at Norfolk, Virginia, United States, 11 Sep 1943. Note the outline of the ship’s waterline painted on the flight deck. Photo 3 of 3.
USS Intrepid entering the deperming station at Norfolk, Virginia, United States, 11 Sep 1943. Note the outline of the ship’s waterline painted on the flight deck. Photo 2 of 3.USS Intrepid entering the deperming station at Norfolk, Virginia, United States, 11 Sep 1943. Note the outline of the ship’s waterline painted on the flight deck. Photo 3 of 3.
Congratulatory photo taken 10 Nov 1943 showing United States Navy officers who were decorated for their parts in the USS Card’s Hunter-Killer Atlantic cruises between 27 Jul and 2 Nov 1943. See Comment below for details.On the flight deck of USS Card, Admiral Royal E. Ingersoll, Commander-in-Chief Atlantic Fleet, awarding the Navy Cross to Lieutenant Charles Hutchins, Captain of USS Borie, for actions against German U-405.
Congratulatory photo taken 10 Nov 1943 showing United States Navy officers who were decorated for their parts in the USS Card’s Hunter-Killer Atlantic cruises between 27 Jul and 2 Nov 1943. See Comment below for details.On the flight deck of USS Card, Admiral Royal E. Ingersoll, Commander-in-Chief Atlantic Fleet, awarding the Navy Cross to Lieutenant Charles Hutchins, Captain of USS Borie, for actions against German U-405.
Franklin in the Elizabeth River, off Norfolk, Virginia, United States, 21 Feb 1944, photo 1 of 4Franklin in the Elizabeth River, off Norfolk, Virginia, United States, 21 Feb 1944, photo 2 of 4
Franklin in the Elizabeth River, off Norfolk, Virginia, United States, 21 Feb 1944, photo 1 of 4Franklin in the Elizabeth River, off Norfolk, Virginia, United States, 21 Feb 1944, photo 2 of 4
Franklin in the Elizabeth River, off Norfolk, Virginia, United States, 21 Feb 1944, photo 3 of 4Franklin in the Elizabeth River, off Norfolk, Virginia, United States, 21 Feb 1944, photo 4 of 4
Franklin in the Elizabeth River, off Norfolk, Virginia, United States, 21 Feb 1944, photo 3 of 4Franklin in the Elizabeth River, off Norfolk, Virginia, United States, 21 Feb 1944, photo 4 of 4
Bow on view of HMS Indomitable off Norfolk, Virginia, United States, 30 Mar 1944Starboard bow view of HMS Indomitable off Norfolk, Virginia, United States, 30 Mar 1944
Bow on view of HMS Indomitable off Norfolk, Virginia, United States, 30 Mar 1944Starboard bow view of HMS Indomitable off Norfolk, Virginia, United States, 30 Mar 1944
Starboard quarter view of HMS Indomitable off Norfolk, Virginia, United States, 30 Mar 1944USS Franklin at Norfolk, Virginia, United States, 4 May 1944 shortly after her port side was repainted from Measure 32 Design 6a to Design 3a. Her starboard side remained Design 6a.
Starboard quarter view of HMS Indomitable off Norfolk, Virginia, United States, 30 Mar 1944USS Franklin at Norfolk, Virginia, United States, 4 May 1944 shortly after her port side was repainted from Measure 32 Design 6a to Design 3a. Her starboard side remained Design 6a.
Escort Carrier USS Guadalcanal departing Norfolk, Virginia, United States to lead an anti-submarine hunter-killer group in the Atlantic, Capt Daniel V Gallery commanding. 15 May 1944WAVES personnel at the bow of Missouri, Norfolk Navy Yard, Virginia, United States, during her shakedown period, 19 Aug 1944
Escort Carrier USS Guadalcanal departing Norfolk, Virginia, United States to lead an anti-submarine hunter-killer group in the Atlantic, Capt Daniel V Gallery commanding. 15 May 1944WAVES personnel at the bow of Missouri, Norfolk Navy Yard, Virginia, United States, during her shakedown period, 19 Aug 1944
WAVES Yeoman Second Class Blanche Oswald and Yeoman Third Class Betty Martin aboard USS Missouri, Norfolk Navy Yard, Virginia, United States, 19 Aug 1944. Note USS Alaska and escort carrier USS Croatan.WAVES Yeoman Second Class Blanche Oswald and Yeoman Third Class Betty Martin in a 5in twin gun turret aboard Missouri, Norfolk Navy Yard, Virginia, United States, 19 Aug 1944
WAVES Yeoman Second Class Blanche Oswald and Yeoman Third Class Betty Martin aboard USS Missouri, Norfolk Navy Yard, Virginia, United States, 19 Aug 1944. Note USS Alaska and escort carrier USS Croatan.WAVES Yeoman Second Class Blanche Oswald and Yeoman Third Class Betty Martin in a 5in twin gun turret aboard Missouri, Norfolk Navy Yard, Virginia, United States, 19 Aug 1944

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