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A burial party assembled on IntrepidA burial party assembled on Intrepid
A burial party assembled on Intrepid's hangar deck in the Philippine Sea the day following the special attack of 25 Nov 1944, photo 1 of 5A burial party assembled on Intrepid's hangar deck in the Philippine Sea the day following the special attack of 25 Nov 1944, photo 2 of 5
A burial party assembled on IntrepidA burial party assembled on Intrepid
A burial party assembled on Intrepid's hangar deck in the Philippine Sea the day following the special attack of 25 Nov 1944, photo 3 of 5A burial party assembled on Intrepid's hangar deck in the Philippine Sea the day following the special attack of 25 Nov 1944, photo 4 of 5
A burial party assembled on IntrepidJapanese paratroopers of Kaoru Airborne Raiding Detachment inside a L2D aircraft, 26 Nov 1944; person in aisle with glasses was identified as Lieutenant Takashi Kaku
A burial party assembled on Intrepid's hangar deck in the Philippine Sea the day following the special attack of 25 Nov 1944, photo 5 of 5Japanese paratroopers of Kaoru Airborne Raiding Detachment inside a L2D aircraft, 26 Nov 1944; person in aisle with glasses was identified as Lieutenant Takashi Kaku
Mrs. Catherine D McCain, wife of Vice Admiral John S McCain, before the commissioning ceremony of the carrier USS Bon Homme Richard that she had sponsored seven months earlier, New York Navy Yard, 26 Nov 1944.Special attack damaged USS Essex, late Nov 1944; note Oerlikon cannon and ammunition cans
Mrs. Catherine D McCain, wife of Vice Admiral John S McCain, before the commissioning ceremony of the carrier USS Bon Homme Richard that she had sponsored seven months earlier, New York Navy Yard, 26 Nov 1944.Special attack damaged USS Essex, late Nov 1944; note Oerlikon cannon and ammunition cans


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