US Navy Vice Admiral William Halsey with his Aircraft Battle Force staff in late 1941 or with Task Force 16 staff in early 1942, aboard USS Enterprise

Caption   US Navy Vice Admiral William Halsey with his Aircraft Battle Force staff in late 1941 or with Task Force 16 staff in early 1942, aboard USS Enterprise ww2dbase
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Added By C. Peter Chen
Added Date 29 Jun 2008

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1. Commenter identity confirmed C. Peter Chen says:
29 Jun 2008 08:41:18 AM

Complete caption: Vice Admiral William F. Halsey, Jr., USN (center) With members of his staff, while he was Commander Aircraft, Battle Force, Pacific Fleet, in late 1941, or Commander Task Force 16, in the first months of 1942. Photographed on the bridge of USS Enterprise (CV-6). Those present are (from left to right): Lieutenant Colonel Julian P. Brown, USMC Lieutenant Horace D. Moulton, USNR Lieutenant Commander Sherman E. Burroughs, Jr., USN Commander Miles R. Browning, USN, Chief of Staff Chief Signalman R. Gardner, USN Lieutenant Commander Gale E. Griggs, USN Vice Admiral Halsey Captain Bankston T. Holcomb, Jr., USMC Lieutenant Commander Leonard J. Dow, USN Commander Bertram Groesbeck, Jr., USN(MC) Chief Quartermaster H.G. Gibson, USN Lieutenant Commander William H. Ashford, Jr., USN Lieutenant Commander Bromfield B. Nichol, USN Commander William H. Buracker, USN Chief Yeoman P.T. Hunt, USN Chief Yeoman H.C. Carroll, USN and Yeoman I.N. Bowman, USN. Official U.S. Navy Photograph, now in the collections of the National Archives.

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