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O'Callahan giving last rites to a seriously injured crewman Robert C. Blanchard (who later survived the ordeal) aboard carrier Franklin, 19 Mar 1945Portrait of Lieutenant Commander Joseph T. O'Callahan, circa spring 1945, as seen in publication 'Medal of Honor, 1861-1948, The Navy', page 231
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Portrait of Lieutenant Commander Joseph T. O'Callahan, Apr-Jul 1945; note the US Navy Service Dress Grey uniformCommander Joseph T. O'Callahan and Admiral Henry Kent Hewitt, summer 1945
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O'Callahan at military mass at the high altar of Candaleria Cathedral, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil during carrier Franklin D. Roosevelt's shakedown cruise, Feb 1946; note US Marine with M1 rifle on left
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