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Close-up view of USS North CarolinaUSS Enterprise gunnery crews practice with their 20mm anti-aircraft guns off Hawaii, May 1942.
Close-up view of USS North Carolina's superstructure while the ship was at New York Navy Yard, Brooklyn, New York, United States, Feb 1942; note 20mm Oerlikon cannonUSS Enterprise gunnery crews practice with their 20mm anti-aircraft guns off Hawaii, May 1942.
20mm Oerlikon crews at the base of one of the main turrets aboard USS North Carolina, 1942; note African-American crewmenAfrican-American mess attendants take their turn at a 20mm gun during gunnery training on Aircraft Transport USS Copahee during transit from California to Pearl Harbor, 9 Sep 1942. Note TBF Avengers on the flight deck.
20mm Oerlikon crews at the base of one of the main turrets aboard USS North Carolina, 1942; note African-American crewmenAfrican-American mess attendants take their turn at a 20mm gun during gunnery training on Aircraft Transport USS Copahee during transit from California to Pearl Harbor, 9 Sep 1942. Note TBF Avengers on the flight deck.
Destroyer USS Shaw transferring survivors of sunken destroyer USS Porter to battleship USS South Dakota (foreground) while underway toward Efate, New Hebrides, 28 Oct 1942.Anti-aircraft gunnery drill aboard USS Alabama in the Atlantic Ocean, 1943
Destroyer USS Shaw transferring survivors of sunken destroyer USS Porter to battleship USS South Dakota (foreground) while underway toward Efate, New Hebrides, 28 Oct 1942.Anti-aircraft gunnery drill aboard USS Alabama in the Atlantic Ocean, 1943
Top view of the DrumView of USS Alabama from the bow during her shakedown period, Casco Bay, Maine, United States, Jan 1943
Top view of the Drum's conning tower, showing her twin 20mm Oerlikon anti-aircraft weapons, date unknownView of USS Alabama from the bow during her shakedown period, Casco Bay, Maine, United States, Jan 1943
Higgins 78-foot PT Boat photographed 26 Jan 1943 by Higgins Industries in New Orleans, Louisiana before delivery to the US Navy. This boat went on to serve as PT-200 and spent her career as a training boat. Photo 2 of 6Higgins 78-foot PT Boat photographed 26 Jan 1943 by Higgins Industries in New Orleans, Louisiana before delivery to the US Navy. This boat went on to serve as PT-200 and spent her career as a training boat. Photo 3 of 6
Higgins 78-foot PT Boat photographed 26 Jan 1943 by Higgins Industries in New Orleans, Louisiana before delivery to the US Navy. This boat went on to serve as PT-200 and spent her career as a training boat. Photo 2 of 6Higgins 78-foot PT Boat photographed 26 Jan 1943 by Higgins Industries in New Orleans, Louisiana before delivery to the US Navy. This boat went on to serve as PT-200 and spent her career as a training boat. Photo 3 of 6
Higgins 78-foot PT Boat photographed 26 Jan 1943 by Higgins Industries in New Orleans, Louisiana before delivery to the US Navy. This boat went on to serve as PT-200 and spent her career as a training boat. Photo 4 of 6Higgins 78-foot PT Boat photographed 26 Jan 1943 by Higgins Industries in New Orleans, Louisiana before delivery to the US Navy. This boat went on to serve as PT-200 and spent her career as a training boat. Photo 5 of 6
Higgins 78-foot PT Boat photographed 26 Jan 1943 by Higgins Industries in New Orleans, Louisiana before delivery to the US Navy. This boat went on to serve as PT-200 and spent her career as a training boat. Photo 4 of 6Higgins 78-foot PT Boat photographed 26 Jan 1943 by Higgins Industries in New Orleans, Louisiana before delivery to the US Navy. This boat went on to serve as PT-200 and spent her career as a training boat. Photo 5 of 6
Higgins 78-foot PT Boat photographed 26 Jan 1943 by Higgins Industries in New Orleans, Louisiana before delivery to the US Navy. This boat went on to serve as PT-200 and spent her career as a training boat. Photo 6 of 620mm Oerlikon cannon crew engaged in anti-aircraft exercise aboard USS Iowa, May 1943
Higgins 78-foot PT Boat photographed 26 Jan 1943 by Higgins Industries in New Orleans, Louisiana before delivery to the US Navy. This boat went on to serve as PT-200 and spent her career as a training boat. Photo 6 of 620mm Oerlikon cannon crew engaged in anti-aircraft exercise aboard USS Iowa, May 1943
Oerlikon and 5-inch mounts aboard USS Iowa during her shakedown cruise off east coast of the United States, May 194320mm Oerlikon mounts on the main deck at the bow of USS Iowa, New York Navy Yard, New York, United States, 9 Jul 1943
Oerlikon and 5-inch mounts aboard USS Iowa during her shakedown cruise off east coast of the United States, May 194320mm Oerlikon mounts on the main deck at the bow of USS Iowa, New York Navy Yard, New York, United States, 9 Jul 1943
One of the 20mm Oerlikon cannon tubs aboard USS Iowa, New York Navy Yard, New York, United States, 9 Jul 1943One of the 20mm Oerlikon cannon tubs aboard USS Iowa, New York Navy Yard, New York, United States, 9 Jul 1943
One of the 20mm Oerlikon cannon tubs aboard USS Iowa, New York Navy Yard, New York, United States, 9 Jul 1943One of the 20mm Oerlikon cannon tubs aboard USS Iowa, New York Navy Yard, New York, United States, 9 Jul 1943
Two 20mm Oerlikon mounts atop turret No. 2 of USS Iowa, New York Navy Yard, New York, United States, 9 Jul 1943View of turret No. 2 and surrounding 20mm Oerlikon mounts aboard USS Iowa, New York Navy Yard, New York, United States, 9 Jul 1943
Two 20mm Oerlikon mounts atop turret No. 2 of USS Iowa, New York Navy Yard, New York, United States, 9 Jul 1943View of turret No. 2 and surrounding 20mm Oerlikon mounts aboard USS Iowa, New York Navy Yard, New York, United States, 9 Jul 1943

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