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A salvage party from USS Guadalcanal on the captured German submarine U-505, 4 Jun 1944 in the eastern Atlantic. Note the twin 20mm anti-aircraft guns and the seashell insignia on the tower.Abandoned by her crew but with engines still running, German Type IXC submarine U-505 circles at 7 knots before US boarding parties complete the capture off the West African coast, 4 Jun 1944.
A salvage party from USS Guadalcanal on the captured German submarine U-505, 4 Jun 1944 in the eastern Atlantic. Note the twin 20mm anti-aircraft guns and the seashell insignia on the tower.Abandoned by her crew but with engines still running, German Type IXC submarine U-505 circles at 7 knots before US boarding parties complete the capture off the West African coast, 4 Jun 1944.
Abandoned by her crew but with engines still running, German U-505 circles at 7 knots as US boarding parties complete the capture and escort USS Chatelain stands by off the West African coast, 4 Jun 1944.After being abandoned by her crew, an American boarding party comes alongside the damaged German U-505 off the West African coast, 4 Jun 1944. Destroyer Escort USS Chatelain circles the capture.
Abandoned by her crew but with engines still running, German U-505 circles at 7 knots as US boarding parties complete the capture and escort USS Chatelain stands by off the West African coast, 4 Jun 1944.After being abandoned by her crew, an American boarding party comes alongside the damaged German U-505 off the West African coast, 4 Jun 1944. Destroyer Escort USS Chatelain circles the capture.
Boarding party from USS Pillsbury working to secure a tow line to U-505’s bow in the western Atlantic, 4 Jun 1944. Note the large United States flag flying from the submarine’s periscope.Boarding party working on the captured U-505’s bow in the western Atlantic as the carrier USS Guadalcanal approaches to take the submarine in tow, 4 Jun 1944.
Boarding party from USS Pillsbury working to secure a tow line to U-505’s bow in the western Atlantic, 4 Jun 1944. Note the large United States flag flying from the submarine’s periscope.Boarding party working on the captured U-505’s bow in the western Atlantic as the carrier USS Guadalcanal approaches to take the submarine in tow, 4 Jun 1944.
Destroyer Escort USS Pillsbury alongside the captured U-505 off the West African coast, 4 Jun 1944TBF Avenger from Escort Carrier USS Guadalcanal overflying the captured German Type IXC submarine U-505 as a salvage crew assembles on the U-Boat’s bow. A US whale boat and an escort stand by, 4 Jun 1944.
Destroyer Escort USS Pillsbury alongside the captured U-505 off the West African coast, 4 Jun 1944TBF Avenger from Escort Carrier USS Guadalcanal overflying the captured German Type IXC submarine U-505 as a salvage crew assembles on the U-Boat’s bow. A US whale boat and an escort stand by, 4 Jun 1944.
United States Navy salvage crew on the bow and bridge of the captured U-505 off the West African coast, 4 Jun 1944TBM Avenger landing on USS Guadalcanal about 6 Jun 1944 while the carrier was towing the captured submarine U-505. Guadalcanal’s hunter group captured U-505 in the western Atlantic on 4 Jun 1944.
United States Navy salvage crew on the bow and bridge of the captured U-505 off the West African coast, 4 Jun 1944TBM Avenger landing on USS Guadalcanal about 6 Jun 1944 while the carrier was towing the captured submarine U-505. Guadalcanal’s hunter group captured U-505 in the western Atlantic on 4 Jun 1944.
Captured German submarine U-505 three days after her capture as her tow was being transferred from the carrier USS Guadalcanal to the ocean-going tug USS Abnaki in the western Atlantic, 7 Jun 1944.Escort Carrier USS Guadalcanal off the African coast, 7 Jun 1944. The captured U-505 is in the foreground with a US Navy whaleboat alongside.
Captured German submarine U-505 three days after her capture as her tow was being transferred from the carrier USS Guadalcanal to the ocean-going tug USS Abnaki in the western Atlantic, 7 Jun 1944.Escort Carrier USS Guadalcanal off the African coast, 7 Jun 1944. The captured U-505 is in the foreground with a US Navy whaleboat alongside.
Oceangoing tug USS Abnaki takes the captured Type IXC submarine U-505 under tow, 7 Jun 1944. U-505 was captured three days earlier by the USS Guadalcanal hunter group. Photo 1 of 3.Oceangoing tug USS Abnaki takes the captured Type IXC submarine U-505 under tow, 7 Jun 1944. U-505 was captured three days earlier by the USS Guadalcanal hunter group. Photo 2 of 3.
Oceangoing tug USS Abnaki takes the captured Type IXC submarine U-505 under tow, 7 Jun 1944. U-505 was captured three days earlier by the USS Guadalcanal hunter group. Photo 1 of 3.Oceangoing tug USS Abnaki takes the captured Type IXC submarine U-505 under tow, 7 Jun 1944. U-505 was captured three days earlier by the USS Guadalcanal hunter group. Photo 2 of 3.
Oceangoing tug USS Abnaki takes the captured Type IXC submarine U-505 under tow, 7 Jun 1944. U-505 was captured three days earlier by the USS Guadalcanal hunter group. Photo 3 of 3.US Navy prize crew flying the US ensign over the German ensign on the captured U-505, 7 Jun 1944. The flagship of the hunter group responsible for the capture, the USS Guadalcanal, is in the background.
Oceangoing tug USS Abnaki takes the captured Type IXC submarine U-505 under tow, 7 Jun 1944. U-505 was captured three days earlier by the USS Guadalcanal hunter group. Photo 3 of 3.US Navy prize crew flying the US ensign over the German ensign on the captured U-505, 7 Jun 1944. The flagship of the hunter group responsible for the capture, the USS Guadalcanal, is in the background.
Photograph of a damaged German torpedo lodged in the deck works of the captured U-505 before United States Navy ordinancemen removed it and jettisoned it, 9 Jun 1944US Navy salvage team removes a damaged torpedo from its stowage position on the deck of the Captured German submarine U-505 before jettisoning the torpedo over the side, eastern Atlantic, 9 June 1944.
Photograph of a damaged German torpedo lodged in the deck works of the captured U-505 before United States Navy ordinancemen removed it and jettisoned it, 9 Jun 1944US Navy salvage team removes a damaged torpedo from its stowage position on the deck of the Captured German submarine U-505 before jettisoning the torpedo over the side, eastern Atlantic, 9 June 1944.
US Navy officers on the bridge of the captured U-505, 14 Jun 1944, Cdr Earl Trosino, Capt Daniel Gallery, and Lt(jg) Albert David. The U-505 was captured by Capt Gallery’s hunter group built around the USS GuadalcanalUS Navy photo of the diesel engines aboard the captured U-505, 14 Jun 1944
US Navy officers on the bridge of the captured U-505, 14 Jun 1944, Cdr Earl Trosino, Capt Daniel Gallery, and Lt(jg) Albert David. The U-505 was captured by Capt Gallery’s hunter group built around the USS GuadalcanalUS Navy photo of the diesel engines aboard the captured U-505, 14 Jun 1944

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