|Ford aboard Monterey, seated second from the right in the front row, 24 Oct 1943||USS Alabama, USS Monterey, and USS Indiana (background) en route to Gilbert Islands, 12 Nov 1943; photo taken from USS Lexington|
|Men of USS Monterey playing basketball in the carrier's forward elevator, circa Jun-Jul 1944; jumper at left was future President of US Gerald R. Ford||TBM-1C Avenger bombers prepared to take off from Monterey to attack targets on Tinian, Jun 1944|
|Independence-class carrier USS Monterey at anchor at Eniwetok, Marshall Islands, 6 Sep 1944. Her paint scheme is Measure 33, Design 3d. Photo 1 of 2.||Independence-class carrier USS Monterey at anchor at Eniwetok, Marshall Islands, 6 Sep 1944. Her paint scheme is Measure 33, Design 3d. Photo 2 of 2.|
|Monterey at Ulithi Atoll, Caroline Islands, 24 Nov 1944||Monterey foundered during a typhoon in Dec 1944|
|Carrier Monterey Crewmen act as a counter-weight on the starboard wing of an F6F-5 Hellcat to keep the aircraft from tumbling over the edge of the flight deck, 1945.||SNJ-5C Texans making carrier landings aboard Light Carrier USS Monterey as part of carrier qualifications, 1953.|
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