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Wounded personnel being loaded from USS Intrepid into waiting LCVP landing craft, probably at Ulithi, Caroline Islands, 1944, photo 1 of 2Wounded personnel being loaded from USS Intrepid into waiting LCVP landing craft, probably at Ulithi, Caroline Islands, 1944, photo 2 of 2
Wounded personnel being loaded from USS Intrepid into waiting LCVP landing craft, probably at Ulithi, Caroline Islands, 1944, photo 1 of 2Wounded personnel being loaded from USS Intrepid into waiting LCVP landing craft, probably at Ulithi, Caroline Islands, 1944, photo 2 of 2
Damaged aircraft on the hangar deck of the USS Independence, 6 Oct 1944 following heavy seas 3 days earlier. Note the hand-tied rope lashings to secure the aircraft. Note also the AIA radar antenna in the damaged radomeCanberra and Houston being towed by USS Munsee and USS Pawnee toward Ulithi, Caroline Islands, Oct 1944
Damaged aircraft on the hangar deck of the USS Independence, 6 Oct 1944 following heavy seas 3 days earlier. Note the hand-tied rope lashings to secure the aircraft. Note also the AIA radar antenna in the damaged radomeCanberra and Houston being towed by USS Munsee and USS Pawnee toward Ulithi, Caroline Islands, Oct 1944
USS Langley, USS Hornet, and other warships at Ulithi, Caroline Islands, 30 Oct 1944Cruiser USS Houston moored alongside repair ship USS Hector in Ulithi Lagoon, Caroline Islands, 1 Nov 1944. Houston was getting repairs after two torpedo hits on 14 and 16 Oct 1944 off Formosa (Taiwan).
USS Langley, USS Hornet, and other warships at Ulithi, Caroline Islands, 30 Oct 1944Cruiser USS Houston moored alongside repair ship USS Hector in Ulithi Lagoon, Caroline Islands, 1 Nov 1944. Houston was getting repairs after two torpedo hits on 14 and 16 Oct 1944 off Formosa (Taiwan).
As seen from the flight deck of the USS Hancock near the No. 1 5-inch mount, sailors look at the nearby carriers Intrepid, Cabot, and Belleau Wood while anchored at Ulithi, Caroline Islands, 9 Nov 1944.USS Iowa at Ulithi, Caroline Islands, 9-14 Nov 1944; note camouflage Measure 32 Design 1B
As seen from the flight deck of the USS Hancock near the No. 1 5-inch mount, sailors look at the nearby carriers Intrepid, Cabot, and Belleau Wood while anchored at Ulithi, Caroline Islands, 9 Nov 1944.USS Iowa at Ulithi, Caroline Islands, 9-14 Nov 1944; note camouflage Measure 32 Design 1B
Collage from USS Hancock Cruise Book showing Vice Admiral John S. McCain, Sr. aboard his flagship; shown on the flight deck, admiralA column of smoke 500 feet wide rising from the burning fleet oiler USS Mississinewa after being struck by the first Japanese Kaiten deployed, Ulithi Atoll, 30 Nov 1944. Light carrier USS Langley is in the foreground.
Collage from USS Hancock Cruise Book showing Vice Admiral John S. McCain, Sr. aboard his flagship; shown on the flight deck, admiral's bridge, and his quarters; Ulithi, Caroline Islands, 17 Nov 1944A column of smoke 500 feet wide rising from the burning fleet oiler USS Mississinewa after being struck by the first Japanese Kaiten deployed, Ulithi Atoll, 30 Nov 1944. Light carrier USS Langley is in the foreground.
A column of smoke 500 feet wide rising from the capsized and burning fleet oiler USS Mississinewa after being struck by the first Japanese Kaiten deployed, Ulithi Atoll, 20 Nov 1944. Oiler USS Pamanset in the foreground.A column of smoke 500 feet wide rising from the capsized and burning fleet oiler USS Mississinewa after being struck by the first Japanese Kaiten deployed, Ulithi Atoll, 30 Nov 1944.
A column of smoke 500 feet wide rising from the capsized and burning fleet oiler USS Mississinewa after being struck by the first Japanese Kaiten deployed, Ulithi Atoll, 20 Nov 1944. Oiler USS Pamanset in the foreground.A column of smoke 500 feet wide rising from the capsized and burning fleet oiler USS Mississinewa after being struck by the first Japanese Kaiten deployed, Ulithi Atoll, 30 Nov 1944.
A destroyer escort dropping depth charges on a second Japanese Kaiten in the cruiser anchorage of Ulithi Lagoon on 20 Nov 1944 after the sinking of USS Mississinewa. Seen from USS Bunker Hill. Photo 1 of 3.A destroyer escort dropping depth charges on a second Japanese Kaiten in the cruiser anchorage of Ulithi Lagoon on 20 Nov 1944 after the sinking of USS Mississinewa. Seen from USS Bunker Hill. Photo 2 of 3.
A destroyer escort dropping depth charges on a second Japanese Kaiten in the cruiser anchorage of Ulithi Lagoon on 20 Nov 1944 after the sinking of USS Mississinewa. Seen from USS Bunker Hill. Photo 1 of 3.A destroyer escort dropping depth charges on a second Japanese Kaiten in the cruiser anchorage of Ulithi Lagoon on 20 Nov 1944 after the sinking of USS Mississinewa. Seen from USS Bunker Hill. Photo 2 of 3.
A destroyer escort dropping depth charges on a second Japanese Kaiten in the cruiser anchorage of Ulithi Lagoon on 20 Nov 1944 after the sinking of USS Mississinewa. Seen from USS Bunker Hill. Photo 3 of 3.Sinking of oiler USS Mississinewa after being struck by a Kaiten in Ulithi anchorage, Caroline Islands, 20 Nov 1944; photograph taken from fleet ocean tug USS Munsee
A destroyer escort dropping depth charges on a second Japanese Kaiten in the cruiser anchorage of Ulithi Lagoon on 20 Nov 1944 after the sinking of USS Mississinewa. Seen from USS Bunker Hill. Photo 3 of 3.Sinking of oiler USS Mississinewa after being struck by a Kaiten in Ulithi anchorage, Caroline Islands, 20 Nov 1944; photograph taken from fleet ocean tug USS Munsee
Smoke plume from the burning oiler USS Mississinewa in Ulithi Lagoon as seen from the battleship USS South Dakota, 20 Nov 1944. Carriers in the foreground are Bunker Hill and Langley (Independence-class).Smoke rising from the overturned and burning fleet oiler USS Mississinewa in Ulithi Lagoon, 20 Nov 1944 as seen from the carrier Lexington (Essex-class). Ticonderoga is at left and hospital ship Solace is at right.
Smoke plume from the burning oiler USS Mississinewa in Ulithi Lagoon as seen from the battleship USS South Dakota, 20 Nov 1944. Carriers in the foreground are Bunker Hill and Langley (Independence-class).Smoke rising from the overturned and burning fleet oiler USS Mississinewa in Ulithi Lagoon, 20 Nov 1944 as seen from the carrier Lexington (Essex-class). Ticonderoga is at left and hospital ship Solace is at right.
Battleship Massachusetts sailing into Ulithi anchorage in the Caroline Islands, 24 Nov 1944; note autograph of Chester NimitzMonterey at Ulithi Atoll, Caroline Islands, 24 Nov 1944
Battleship Massachusetts sailing into Ulithi anchorage in the Caroline Islands, 24 Nov 1944; note autograph of Chester NimitzMonterey at Ulithi Atoll, Caroline Islands, 24 Nov 1944

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