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Submarine Growler off Groton, Connecticut, United States for some pre-commissioning trials, 21 Feb 1942. Photo 1 of 2.Submarine Growler off Groton, Connecticut, United States for some pre-commissioning trials, 21 Feb 1942. Photo 2 of 2.
Submarine Growler off Groton, Connecticut, United States for some pre-commissioning trials, 21 Feb 1942. Photo 1 of 2.Submarine Growler off Groton, Connecticut, United States for some pre-commissioning trials, 21 Feb 1942. Photo 2 of 2.
Burning tanker SS R.P. Resor off the coast of New Jersey, United States after being torpedoed by German submarine U-578. Resor burned for 46 hours after being torpedoed before grounding off Barnegat Light.US tanker Dixie Arrow burning after being torpedoed by German submarine U-71, off North Carolina, United States, 26 Mar 1942
Burning tanker SS R.P. Resor off the coast of New Jersey, United States after being torpedoed by German submarine U-578. Resor burned for 46 hours after being torpedoed before grounding off Barnegat Light.US tanker Dixie Arrow burning after being torpedoed by German submarine U-71, off North Carolina, United States, 26 Mar 1942
HMS Edinburgh and the cruiser USS Tuscaloosa underway in the Atlantic Ocean while escorting USS Wasp, 3 Apr 1942; side 1 of photoOil tanker Byron T Benson burns on 5 Apr 1942 after being torpedoed the night before by U-552 ten miles off North Carolina, United States. 28 were rescued while ten perished. The ship burned for 3 days before sinking
HMS Edinburgh and the cruiser USS Tuscaloosa underway in the Atlantic Ocean while escorting USS Wasp, 3 Apr 1942; side 1 of photoOil tanker Byron T Benson burns on 5 Apr 1942 after being torpedoed the night before by U-552 ten miles off North Carolina, United States. 28 were rescued while ten perished. The ship burned for 3 days before sinking
US tanker Pennsylvania Sun burning after being torpedoed by German submarine U-571 in the Gulf of Mexico, 15 Jul 1942German U-156 with its decks crowded with survivors from the British RMS Laconia prior to the submarine being attacked by an American bomber, Sep 15, 1942.
US tanker Pennsylvania Sun burning after being torpedoed by German submarine U-571 in the Gulf of Mexico, 15 Jul 1942German U-156 with its decks crowded with survivors from the British RMS Laconia prior to the submarine being attacked by an American bomber, Sep 15, 1942.
U-156 and U-507 with survivors of RMS Laconia in the Atlantic Ocean, 15 Sep 1942Escort carrier USS Santee in Oct 1942, probably in Bermuda, preparing to cross the Atlantic for the Operation Torch landings in North Africa. Note SBD Dauntless, F4F Wildcat, and TBF Avenger aircraft on the flight deck.
U-156 and U-507 with survivors of RMS Laconia in the Atlantic Ocean, 15 Sep 1942Escort carrier USS Santee in Oct 1942, probably in Bermuda, preparing to cross the Atlantic for the Operation Torch landings in North Africa. Note SBD Dauntless, F4F Wildcat, and TBF Avenger aircraft on the flight deck.
United States Coast Guard sailor setting the depth fuse on a depth charge aboard sub-Chaser PC-556 in the Atlantic, 8 Oct 1942US carrier Ranger maneuvering with a destroyer escort in the central Atlantic, 27 Oct 1942. Note the stacks rotated to the horizontal for flight operations.
United States Coast Guard sailor setting the depth fuse on a depth charge aboard sub-Chaser PC-556 in the Atlantic, 8 Oct 1942US carrier Ranger maneuvering with a destroyer escort in the central Atlantic, 27 Oct 1942. Note the stacks rotated to the horizontal for flight operations.
Major General George Patton on the decks of the USS Augusta while crossing the Atlantic en route to the North African landings of Operation Torch, Oct-Nov 1942A TBF-1 Avenger of Torpedo Squadron VT-4 resting upside down on two of USS Ranger’s port stacks following a landing accident in the mid-Atlantic, 2 Mar 1943. Note the tailhook still hooked to the arresting cable.
Major General George Patton on the decks of the USS Augusta while crossing the Atlantic en route to the North African landings of Operation Torch, Oct-Nov 1942A TBF-1 Avenger of Torpedo Squadron VT-4 resting upside down on two of USS Ranger’s port stacks following a landing accident in the mid-Atlantic, 2 Mar 1943. Note the tailhook still hooked to the arresting cable.
View of United States Coast Guard cutter Spencer taken from sister ship Duane, North Atlantic, 500 nautical miles WSW of Ireland, Apr 1943A boarding party shoves off from United States Coast Guard cutter Spencer to board the U-175 after the sub was forced to the surface by depth charges, North Atlantic, 500 nautical miles WSW of Ireland, 17 Apr 1943.
View of United States Coast Guard cutter Spencer taken from sister ship Duane, North Atlantic, 500 nautical miles WSW of Ireland, Apr 1943A boarding party shoves off from United States Coast Guard cutter Spencer to board the U-175 after the sub was forced to the surface by depth charges, North Atlantic, 500 nautical miles WSW of Ireland, 17 Apr 1943.
Boarding party from Coast Guard cutter Spencer approaching the U-175 after the sub was forced to the surface by depth charges, North Atlantic, 500 nautical miles WSW of Ireland, 17 Apr 1943. Minutes later, U-175 sank.Boarding party from Coast Guard cutter Spencer approaching the U-175 after the sub was forced to the surface by depth charges, North Atlantic, 500 nautical miles WSW of Ireland, 17 Apr 1943. Minutes later, U-175 sank.
Boarding party from Coast Guard cutter Spencer approaching the U-175 after the sub was forced to the surface by depth charges, North Atlantic, 500 nautical miles WSW of Ireland, 17 Apr 1943. Minutes later, U-175 sank.Boarding party from Coast Guard cutter Spencer approaching the U-175 after the sub was forced to the surface by depth charges, North Atlantic, 500 nautical miles WSW of Ireland, 17 Apr 1943. Minutes later, U-175 sank.
Crew of USS Spencer cared for rescued U-175 sailors, North Atlantic, 500 nautical miles WSW of Ireland, 17 Apr 1943, photo 1 of 2Crew of USS Spencer cared for rescued U-175 sailors, North Atlantic, 500 nautical miles WSW of Ireland, 17 Apr 1943, photo 2 of 2
Crew of USS Spencer cared for rescued U-175 sailors, North Atlantic, 500 nautical miles WSW of Ireland, 17 Apr 1943, photo 1 of 2Crew of USS Spencer cared for rescued U-175 sailors, North Atlantic, 500 nautical miles WSW of Ireland, 17 Apr 1943, photo 2 of 2

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