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The decks and conning tower of U-175 after being forced to the surface by depth charges from Coast Guard cutter Spencer just before U-175 sank, North Atlantic, 500 nautical miles WSW of Ireland, 17 Apr 1943.US Coast Guard crew of cutter Spencer watched as a depth charge exploded near U-175, North Atlantic, 500 nautical miles WSW of Ireland, 17 Apr 1943
The decks and conning tower of U-175 after being forced to the surface by depth charges from Coast Guard cutter Spencer just before U-175 sank, North Atlantic, 500 nautical miles WSW of Ireland, 17 Apr 1943.US Coast Guard crew of cutter Spencer watched as a depth charge exploded near U-175, North Atlantic, 500 nautical miles WSW of Ireland, 17 Apr 1943
USCG Cmdr Harold S. Berdine of cutter Spencer talking with US Navy Capt Paul Heineman of the Escort Group A-3 after sinking German submarine U-175, North Atlantic, 500 nautical miles WSW of Ireland, 17 Apr 1943View from United States Coast Guard cutter Spencer as she approached U-175 after being forced to the surface by depth charges and just before U-175 sank, North Atlantic, 500 nautical miles WSW of Ireland, 17 Apr 1943.
USCG Cmdr Harold S. Berdine of cutter Spencer talking with US Navy Capt Paul Heineman of the Escort Group A-3 after sinking German submarine U-175, North Atlantic, 500 nautical miles WSW of Ireland, 17 Apr 1943View from United States Coast Guard cutter Spencer as she approached U-175 after being forced to the surface by depth charges and just before U-175 sank, North Atlantic, 500 nautical miles WSW of Ireland, 17 Apr 1943.
View from United States Coast Guard cutter Spencer as she approached U-175 after being forced to the surface by depth charges and just before U-175 sank, North Atlantic, 500 nautical miles WSW of Ireland, 17 Apr 1943.View of SS G. Harrison Smith from the stern of United States Coast Guard cutter Spencer, North Atlantic, 500 nautical miles WSW of Ireland, 17 Apr 1943
View from United States Coast Guard cutter Spencer as she approached U-175 after being forced to the surface by depth charges and just before U-175 sank, North Atlantic, 500 nautical miles WSW of Ireland, 17 Apr 1943.View of SS G. Harrison Smith from the stern of United States Coast Guard cutter Spencer, North Atlantic, 500 nautical miles WSW of Ireland, 17 Apr 1943
Funeral services aboard United States Coast Guard cutter Spencer 18 Apr 1943 for sailor killed in action against U-175 the day before in the North Atlantic.Aviation Ordinanceman poses aiming the twin Browning M1919 .30 caliber machine of an SBD Dauntless scout bomber aboard light carrier USS Independence during her shakedown cruise to Trinidad, 30 Apr 1943.
Funeral services aboard United States Coast Guard cutter Spencer 18 Apr 1943 for sailor killed in action against U-175 the day before in the North Atlantic.Aviation Ordinanceman poses aiming the twin Browning M1919 .30 caliber machine of an SBD Dauntless scout bomber aboard light carrier USS Independence during her shakedown cruise to Trinidad, 30 Apr 1943.
Gun crews on a twin 40mm Bofors anti-aircraft mount take their meals at general quarters aboard the Light Carrier USS Independence in the Caribbean Sea, 30 Apr 1943.Note the broad wings of the TBF Avenger, the largest US carrier plane of WWII, as it makes its take-off run down the flight deck of the Light Carrier USS Independence, Caribbean Sea, 1 May 1943.
Gun crews on a twin 40mm Bofors anti-aircraft mount take their meals at general quarters aboard the Light Carrier USS Independence in the Caribbean Sea, 30 Apr 1943.Note the broad wings of the TBF Avenger, the largest US carrier plane of WWII, as it makes its take-off run down the flight deck of the Light Carrier USS Independence, Caribbean Sea, 1 May 1943.
Light Carrier USS Princeton with a deck full of aircraft on her shakedown cruise, 31 May 1943 off Antigua. Photo 1 of 4Light Carrier USS Princeton with a deck full of aircraft on her shakedown cruise, 31 May 1943 off Antigua. Photo 2 of 4
Light Carrier USS Princeton with a deck full of aircraft on her shakedown cruise, 31 May 1943 off Antigua. Photo 1 of 4Light Carrier USS Princeton with a deck full of aircraft on her shakedown cruise, 31 May 1943 off Antigua. Photo 2 of 4
Light Carrier USS Princeton with a deck full of aircraft on her shakedown cruise, 31 May 1943 off Antigua. Photo 3 of 4Light Carrier USS Princeton with a deck full of aircraft on her shakedown cruise, 31 May 1943 off Antigua. Photo 4 of 4
Light Carrier USS Princeton with a deck full of aircraft on her shakedown cruise, 31 May 1943 off Antigua. Photo 3 of 4Light Carrier USS Princeton with a deck full of aircraft on her shakedown cruise, 31 May 1943 off Antigua. Photo 4 of 4
USS Ancon in the Atlantic Ocean, 11 Jun 1943F4U-1 Corsair of VF-17, “The Jolly Rogers,” landing aboard the carrier Bunker Hill south of Bermuda during her shakedown cruise, 17 July 1943. Photo 1 of 2
USS Ancon in the Atlantic Ocean, 11 Jun 1943F4U-1 Corsair of VF-17, “The Jolly Rogers,” landing aboard the carrier Bunker Hill south of Bermuda during her shakedown cruise, 17 July 1943. Photo 1 of 2
F4U-1 Corsair of VF-17, “The Jolly Rogers,” landing aboard the carrier Bunker Hill south of Bermuda during her shakedown cruise, 17 July 1943. Photo 2 of 2Aerial view of USS New Jersey, 4 Aug 1943; photo taken by Utility Squadron Four, US Navy Aircraft Atlantic Fleet
F4U-1 Corsair of VF-17, “The Jolly Rogers,” landing aboard the carrier Bunker Hill south of Bermuda during her shakedown cruise, 17 July 1943. Photo 2 of 2Aerial view of USS New Jersey, 4 Aug 1943; photo taken by Utility Squadron Four, US Navy Aircraft Atlantic Fleet
Type IXC/40 U-Boat U-185 foundering in the mid-Atlantic after an aerial depth charge attack by a TBF-1 Avenger from Escort Carrier USS Core, 24 Aug 1943. 36 were rescued while 43 perished.A view off the stern of the USS Bunker Hill during a one-day speed run from Boston, Massachusetts to Norfolk, Virginia, 4 Sep 1943. Note the civilian yard worker in the white hat.
Type IXC/40 U-Boat U-185 foundering in the mid-Atlantic after an aerial depth charge attack by a TBF-1 Avenger from Escort Carrier USS Core, 24 Aug 1943. 36 were rescued while 43 perished.A view off the stern of the USS Bunker Hill during a one-day speed run from Boston, Massachusetts to Norfolk, Virginia, 4 Sep 1943. Note the civilian yard worker in the white hat.

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