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WAVES Yeoman Third Class Betty Martin exiting the rear door of a 5in twin gun turret aboard Missouri, Norfolk Navy Yard, Virginia, United States, during her shakedown period, 19 Aug 1944Battleship Missouri, large cruiser Alaska, escort carrier Croatan, and destroyers at Norfolk Operating Base, Norfolk, Virginia, 20 Aug 1944USS Missouri resting at anchor in the Gulf of Paria off Port of Spain, Trinidad during her shakedown cruise, Aug 26, 1944. Note K-class airship overhead.Battleship USS Missouri firing her main guns in No. 2 turret, date and location unknown
WAVES Yeoman Third Class Betty Martin exiting the rear door of a 5in twin gun turret aboard Missouri, Norfolk Navy Yard, Virginia, United States, during her shakedown period, 19 Aug 1944Battleship Missouri, large cruiser Alaska, escort carrier Croatan, and destroyers at Norfolk Operating Base, Norfolk, Virginia, 20 Aug 1944USS Missouri resting at anchor in the Gulf of Paria off Port of Spain, Trinidad during her shakedown cruise, Aug 26, 1944. Note K-class airship overhead.Battleship USS Missouri firing her main guns in No. 2 turret, date and location unknown
Japanese special attack Zero fighter crashing into USS Missouri, off Okinawa, Japan, 11 April 1945USS Missouri moored in Apra Harbor, Guam, Mariana Islands, 18 May 1945. Note hospital ship USS Hope behind Missouri and two Casablanca-class escort carriers at right.Admiral Halsey and Vice Admiral Vian aboard USS Missouri, circa May-Aug 1945; the other officers were Commander William Kitchell and Captain Joel BooneEssex-class carrier USS Bon Homme Richard (left) and battleship USS Missouri (right) taking fuel from fleet oiler USS Tappahannock (center) east of Iwo Jima, 8 Jul 1945.
Japanese special attack Zero fighter crashing into USS Missouri, off Okinawa, Japan, 11 April 1945USS Missouri moored in Apra Harbor, Guam, Mariana Islands, 18 May 1945. Note hospital ship USS Hope behind Missouri and two Casablanca-class escort carriers at right.Admiral Halsey and Vice Admiral Vian aboard USS Missouri, circa May-Aug 1945; the other officers were Commander William Kitchell and Captain Joel BooneEssex-class carrier USS Bon Homme Richard (left) and battleship USS Missouri (right) taking fuel from fleet oiler USS Tappahannock (center) east of Iwo Jima, 8 Jul 1945.
USS Missouri and USS Iowa en route to Japan, Aug 1945HMS King George V, USS Missouri, a British destroyer, and an American Essex-class carrier at sea off Japan, 16 Aug 1945USS Missouri (left) transferring 200 sailors and officers to USS Iowa (right) off Japan, 20 Aug 1945; the transferring personnel were either part of occupation force or simply to make space for the surrender ceremonyAboard his flagship, USS Missouri, Adm William Halsey toasts Japan’s surrender with RAdm Robert Carney, Royal Navy Capt JPL Reid, Royal Navy VAdm Sir Bernard Rawlings, VAdm John McCain, and RAdm Wilder Baker, 22 Aug 1945
USS Missouri and USS Iowa en route to Japan, Aug 1945HMS King George V, USS Missouri, a British destroyer, and an American Essex-class carrier at sea off Japan, 16 Aug 1945USS Missouri (left) transferring 200 sailors and officers to USS Iowa (right) off Japan, 20 Aug 1945; the transferring personnel were either part of occupation force or simply to make space for the surrender ceremonyAboard his flagship, USS Missouri, Adm William Halsey toasts Japan’s surrender with RAdm Robert Carney, Royal Navy Capt JPL Reid, Royal Navy VAdm Sir Bernard Rawlings, VAdm John McCain, and RAdm Wilder Baker, 22 Aug 1945
Aboard his flagship, USS Missouri, Admiral William Halsey receives Royal Navy Vice Admiral Sir Bernard Rawlings, Vice Admiral John McCain, and Rear Admiral Wilder Baker to celebrate Japan’s surrender, 22 Aug 1945.A Japanese harbor pilot being transported aboard USS Missouri in a boatswainA Japanese naval officer with charts of Sagami and Tokyo Bays arrived aboard USS Missouri for a conference with Admiral William HalseyAmerican and Japanese officers reviewed charts of Sagami and Tokyo Bays aboard Missouri, 27 Aug 1945
Aboard his flagship, USS Missouri, Admiral William Halsey receives Royal Navy Vice Admiral Sir Bernard Rawlings, Vice Admiral John McCain, and Rear Admiral Wilder Baker to celebrate Japan’s surrender, 22 Aug 1945.A Japanese harbor pilot being transported aboard USS Missouri in a boatswain's chair, 27 Aug 1945A Japanese naval officer with charts of Sagami and Tokyo Bays arrived aboard USS Missouri for a conference with Admiral William Halsey's staff, 27 Aug 1945American and Japanese officers reviewed charts of Sagami and Tokyo Bays aboard Missouri, 27 Aug 1945
Captain Yoshihiko Wakasaki of Yokosuka Naval Base aboard USS Missouri for conference with William Halsey, 27 Aug 1945US Marines frisking a Japanese officer upon boarding USS Missouri, 27 Aug 1945Battleships Missouri, Duke of York, King George V, and Colorado in Sagami Bay, Japan, 28 Aug 1945; note Mount Fuji in backgroundBattleship USS Missouri in Sagami Wan, Japan, 30 Aug 1945. Note Mount Fuji, Missouri flying Admiral William Halsey’s four-star flag at the after mast, and the US flag at the unusual location on the main mast.
Captain Yoshihiko Wakasaki of Yokosuka Naval Base aboard USS Missouri for conference with William Halsey, 27 Aug 1945US Marines frisking a Japanese officer upon boarding USS Missouri, 27 Aug 1945Battleships Missouri, Duke of York, King George V, and Colorado in Sagami Bay, Japan, 28 Aug 1945; note Mount Fuji in backgroundBattleship USS Missouri in Sagami Wan, Japan, 30 Aug 1945. Note Mount Fuji, Missouri flying Admiral William Halsey’s four-star flag at the after mast, and the US flag at the unusual location on the main mast.

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