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US Navy salvage team removes a damaged torpedo from its stowage position on the deck of the Captured German submarine U-505 before jettisoning the torpedo over the side, eastern Atlantic, 9 June 1944.Prisoners from the German submarine U-490 on the destroyer escort USS Inch awaiting transfer to USS Croatan, 12 Jun 1944. Note the streamlined depth charges for fast-sinking and guard with a Reising M50 submachine gun.
US Navy salvage team removes a damaged torpedo from its stowage position on the deck of the Captured German submarine U-505 before jettisoning the torpedo over the side, eastern Atlantic, 9 June 1944.Prisoners from the German submarine U-490 on the destroyer escort USS Inch awaiting transfer to USS Croatan, 12 Jun 1944. Note the streamlined depth charges for fast-sinking and guard with a Reising M50 submachine gun.
US Navy officers on the bridge of the captured U-505, 14 Jun 1944, Cdr Earl Trosino, Capt Daniel Gallery, and Lt(jg) Albert David. The U-505 was captured by Capt Gallery’s hunter group built around the USS GuadalcanalUS Navy photo of the diesel engines aboard the captured U-505, 14 Jun 1944
US Navy officers on the bridge of the captured U-505, 14 Jun 1944, Cdr Earl Trosino, Capt Daniel Gallery, and Lt(jg) Albert David. The U-505 was captured by Capt Gallery’s hunter group built around the USS GuadalcanalUS Navy photo of the diesel engines aboard the captured U-505, 14 Jun 1944
USS Bainbridge refueling from USS Hancock in the Atlantic Ocean, 14 Jun 1944Air operations continue aboard USS Guadalcanal as the ship tows the captured German Type IXC submarine U-505 across the Atlantic, 17 Jun 1944.
USS Bainbridge refueling from USS Hancock in the Atlantic Ocean, 14 Jun 1944Air operations continue aboard USS Guadalcanal as the ship tows the captured German Type IXC submarine U-505 across the Atlantic, 17 Jun 1944.
The after decks of the captured German Type IXC submarine U-505 after several days of pumping the bilges finally evened the trim of the U-Boat, 17 Jun 1944.Carrier USS Ticonderoga conducting flight operations during her shakedown cruise while en route Trinidad, 30 Jun 1944. Note landing F6F Hellcat and two Coast Guard escort boats. Photo 1 of 2.
The after decks of the captured German Type IXC submarine U-505 after several days of pumping the bilges finally evened the trim of the U-Boat, 17 Jun 1944.Carrier USS Ticonderoga conducting flight operations during her shakedown cruise while en route Trinidad, 30 Jun 1944. Note landing F6F Hellcat and two Coast Guard escort boats. Photo 1 of 2.
Carrier USS Ticonderoga conducting flight operations during her shakedown cruise while en route Trinidad, 30 Jun 1944. Note landing F6F Hellcat and two Coast Guard escort boats. Photo 2 of 2.Corsair fighters and Barracuda torpedo bombers aboard HMS Formidable, in the Atlantic Ocean off Norway, Jul 1944
Carrier USS Ticonderoga conducting flight operations during her shakedown cruise while en route Trinidad, 30 Jun 1944. Note landing F6F Hellcat and two Coast Guard escort boats. Photo 2 of 2.Corsair fighters and Barracuda torpedo bombers aboard HMS Formidable, in the Atlantic Ocean off Norway, Jul 1944
United States Navy Captain Daniel Gallery and Lt(jg) Albert David on the bridge of escort carrier USS Guadalcanal in the Atlantic following the capture of the German U-505, Jun 1944.USS Ticonderoga conducting flight operations on her shakedown cruise in the Gulf of Paria between the Venezuelan mainland and the island of Trinidad, 14 Jul 1944. Note Ms 33/10A paint scheme.
United States Navy Captain Daniel Gallery and Lt(jg) Albert David on the bridge of escort carrier USS Guadalcanal in the Atlantic following the capture of the German U-505, Jun 1944.USS Ticonderoga conducting flight operations on her shakedown cruise in the Gulf of Paria between the Venezuelan mainland and the island of Trinidad, 14 Jul 1944. Note Ms 33/10A paint scheme.
Barracuda aircraft landing on HMS Formidable after attacking Tirpitz, Norwegian Sea, Aug 1944Barracuda and Corsair aircraft aboard HMS Formidable in the Norwegian Sea, Aug 1944; note HMS Berwick in background
Barracuda aircraft landing on HMS Formidable after attacking Tirpitz, Norwegian Sea, Aug 1944Barracuda and Corsair aircraft aboard HMS Formidable in the Norwegian Sea, Aug 1944; note HMS Berwick in background
Crewmen aboard HMS Formidable pushing a damaged Corsair fighter which had just landed, off Norway, Aug 1944. Note the prop with one blade badly bent.Destroyer Escort USS Fiske broken in two and sinking in the North Atlantic after being torpedoed by German submarine U-804, 2 Aug 1944.
Crewmen aboard HMS Formidable pushing a damaged Corsair fighter which had just landed, off Norway, Aug 1944. Note the prop with one blade badly bent.Destroyer Escort USS Fiske broken in two and sinking in the North Atlantic after being torpedoed by German submarine U-804, 2 Aug 1944.
Sub Chaser SC-1062 off Cape Cod, Massachusetts, United States, 2 Aug 1944. Note the stowed Mousetrap anti-submarine rocket rails on the foredeck.Aerial attack on German U-1229 in the North Atlantic by TBF Avengers and F4F Wildcats of Composite Squadron VC-42 flying from Escort Carrier USS Bogue, 20 Aug 1944. U-1229 was sunk with 18 killed and 41 rescued.
Sub Chaser SC-1062 off Cape Cod, Massachusetts, United States, 2 Aug 1944. Note the stowed Mousetrap anti-submarine rocket rails on the foredeck.Aerial attack on German U-1229 in the North Atlantic by TBF Avengers and F4F Wildcats of Composite Squadron VC-42 flying from Escort Carrier USS Bogue, 20 Aug 1944. U-1229 was sunk with 18 killed and 41 rescued.
Nevada underway off the US Atlantic coast while en route from New York to Norfolk, Virginia, 17 Sep 1944USS Bennington steaming out of New York Harbor en route Norfolk, Virginia, 25 Sep 1944. This photo was taken from an airship with Squadron ZP-12 stationed at Lakehurst, New Jersey.
Nevada underway off the US Atlantic coast while en route from New York to Norfolk, Virginia, 17 Sep 1944USS Bennington steaming out of New York Harbor en route Norfolk, Virginia, 25 Sep 1944. This photo was taken from an airship with Squadron ZP-12 stationed at Lakehurst, New Jersey.

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