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A sailor sitting in the starboard steering gear ram room of the USS Intrepid seen through a torpedo hole in the hull 15 feet below the waterline, taken as the water receded in Pearl Harbor Drydock #1, 26 Feb 1944.Anti-submarine Leigh Light installed beneath the wing of a Liberator bomber of the RAF Coastal Command, 26 Feb 1944
A sailor sitting in the starboard steering gear ram room of the USS Intrepid seen through a torpedo hole in the hull 15 feet below the waterline, taken as the water receded in Pearl Harbor Drydock #1, 26 Feb 1944.Anti-submarine Leigh Light installed beneath the wing of a Liberator bomber of the RAF Coastal Command, 26 Feb 1944
Damage to USS Intrepidís starboard rudder being examined in Pearl Harbor Drydock #1, 26 Feb 1944. The damage was done by an aerial torpedo on 17 Feb 1944 off Truk.Looking up into a torpedo hole in the USS Intrepid hull 15 feet below the waterline near the starboard rudder, taken in Pearl Harbor Drydock #1, 26 Feb 1944. The damage was done 17 Feb 1944 off Truk.
Damage to USS Intrepidís starboard rudder being examined in Pearl Harbor Drydock #1, 26 Feb 1944. The damage was done by an aerial torpedo on 17 Feb 1944 off Truk.Looking up into a torpedo hole in the USS Intrepid hull 15 feet below the waterline near the starboard rudder, taken in Pearl Harbor Drydock #1, 26 Feb 1944. The damage was done 17 Feb 1944 off Truk.


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"Goddam it, you'll never get the Purple Heart hiding in a foxhole! Follow me!"

Captain Henry P. Jim Crowe, Guadalcanal, 13 Jan 1943