USS Augusta, USS Midway, USS Enterprise, USS Missouri, USS New York, USS Helena, and USS Macon in the Hudson River in New York, New York, United States for Navy Day celebrations, 27 Oct 1945

Caption   USS Augusta, USS Midway, USS Enterprise, USS Missouri, USS New York, USS Helena, and USS Macon in the Hudson River in New York, New York, United States for Navy Day celebrations, 27 Oct 1945
Source   United States Navy National Museum of Naval Aviation
Identification Code   2001.256.009
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Missouri   Main article  Photos  
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Helena (Baltimore-class)   Main article  Photos  
Photos on Same Day See all photos dated 27 Oct 1945
Added By C. Peter Chen

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