Heavy cruiser USS Chester leading her sister ships, USS Salt Lake City, USS Pensacola, and USS Northampton during Fleet Problem XV in Panama Bay, Panama, 21 Apr 1934.

Caption   Heavy cruiser USS Chester leading her sister ships, USS Salt Lake City, USS Pensacola, and USS Northampton during Fleet Problem XV in Panama Bay, Panama, 21 Apr 1934. ww2dbase
Source    ww2dbaseUnited States Army Signal Corps
Identification Code   NH 93543
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Photos on Same Day See all photos dated 21 Apr 1934
Added By David Stubblebine
Added Date 1 Jan 2006

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