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USS Petrof Bay plankowner’s certificate, 18 Feb 1944USS Petrof bay on her shakedown cruise, 18 Mar 1944
USS Petrof Bay plankowner’s certificate, 18 Feb 1944USS Petrof bay on her shakedown cruise, 18 Mar 1944
USS Petrof Bay on her shakedown cruise, circa Mar 1944
USS Petrof Bay on her shakedown cruise, circa Mar 1944'The Royal Court of Neptunus Rex': line crossing ceremony aboard USS Petrof Bay, 23 Aug 1944
Petrof Bay anchored in Tulagi Harbor, Solomon Islands, 24 Aug 1944Flaming special attack plane falling astern of Petrof Bay, Philippine Islands, 26 Oct 1944
Petrof Bay anchored in Tulagi Harbor, Solomon Islands, 24 Aug 1944Flaming special attack plane falling astern of Petrof Bay, Philippine Islands, 26 Oct 1944
Petrof Bay underway, date unknownTBM Avenger of Composite Squadron VC-76 after a crash landing aboard the Escort Carrier USS Petrof Bay, 1945
Petrof Bay underway, date unknownTBM Avenger of Composite Squadron VC-76 after a crash landing aboard the Escort Carrier USS Petrof Bay, 1945
Eastern Aircraft FM2 Wildcats of Composite Squadron VC-93 on the flight deck of escort carrier USS Petrof Bay off Okinawa, 25 Mar 1945.FM-2 Wildcat fighter of US Navy Composite Squadron 93 flying over Petrof Bay off Okinawa, Japan, March-May 1945
Eastern Aircraft FM2 Wildcats of Composite Squadron VC-93 on the flight deck of escort carrier USS Petrof Bay off Okinawa, 25 Mar 1945.FM-2 Wildcat fighter of US Navy Composite Squadron 93 flying over Petrof Bay off Okinawa, Japan, March-May 1945
Drydock No. 1 at San Pedro, California, United States, one of the largest drydocks on the west coast, full of ships for upkeep, repair, and conversion, about 14 Jun 1945.
Drydock No. 1 at San Pedro, California, United States, one of the largest drydocks on the west coast, full of ships for upkeep, repair, and conversion, about 14 Jun 1945.
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