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Photo of carrier Bunker Hill in early 1945 signed by US Navy Admiral Arleigh A. Burke who served on board Jan-May 1945Portrait of Captain Burke, 1945Commodore Burke and Vice Admiral Mitscher aboard carrier Bunker Hill while off Japan, Feb 1945Commodore Burke was highlined from destroyer Callaghan to carrier Lexington, off Iwo Jima, 18 Feb 1945
Photo of carrier Bunker Hill in early 1945 signed by US Navy Admiral Arleigh A. Burke who served on board Jan-May 1945Portrait of Captain Burke, 1945Commodore Burke and Vice Admiral Mitscher aboard carrier Bunker Hill while off Japan, Feb 1945Commodore Burke was highlined from destroyer Callaghan to carrier Lexington, off Iwo Jima, 18 Feb 1945
Mitscher and Commodore Arleigh A. Burke aboard USS Randolph off Okinawa, May 1945Vice Admiral Mitscher and Commodore Burke aboard carrier Randolph off Okinawa, Japan, 1945, photo 1 of 2Vice Admiral Mitscher and Commodore Burke aboard carrier Randolph off Okinawa, Japan, 1945, photo 2 of 2Marc Mitscher and Arleigh Burke aboard USS Enterprise, 11 May 1945
Mitscher and Commodore Arleigh A. Burke aboard USS Randolph off Okinawa, May 1945Vice Admiral Mitscher and Commodore Burke aboard carrier Randolph off Okinawa, Japan, 1945, photo 1 of 2Vice Admiral Mitscher and Commodore Burke aboard carrier Randolph off Okinawa, Japan, 1945, photo 2 of 2Marc Mitscher and Arleigh Burke aboard USS Enterprise, 11 May 1945
Vice Admiral Marc Mitscher (front row center) and his Fifth Fleet staff photographed on the hangar deck of USS Enterprise on the occasion of coming aboard, 11 May 1945. Note Commodore Arleigh Burke next to Mitscher.Portrait of Commodore Burke, circa 1944-1945 or 1946-1947Admiral Mitscher and Commodore Burke aboard USS Franklin D. Roosevelt, 7 May 1946; other officers were Captain Thomas Regan, Vice Admiral Bernhard Bieri, and Lieutenant Commander RemingtonRAdm Gerald Bogan and Commodore A. Burke, Naval Air Station Norfolk, Virginia, United States, summer 1946; note wing of R5D Skymaster aircraft and TBF Avenger, SNJ, and SB2C Helldiver in background
Vice Admiral Marc Mitscher (front row center) and his Fifth Fleet staff photographed on the hangar deck of USS Enterprise on the occasion of coming aboard, 11 May 1945. Note Commodore Arleigh Burke next to Mitscher.Portrait of Commodore Burke, circa 1944-1945 or 1946-1947Admiral Mitscher and Commodore Burke aboard USS Franklin D. Roosevelt, 7 May 1946; other officers were Captain Thomas Regan, Vice Admiral Bernhard Bieri, and Lieutenant Commander RemingtonRAdm Gerald Bogan and Commodore A. Burke, Naval Air Station Norfolk, Virginia, United States, summer 1946; note wing of R5D Skymaster aircraft and TBF Avenger, SNJ, and SB2C Helldiver in background
General Board of the US Navy, Washington DC, United States, Nov 1947: Col R. Pate, RAdm W. F. Boone, VAdm C. McMorris, Adm J. Towers, RAdm C. Momsen, Capt Huffman, Cmdr Lee, Capt A. BurkePortrait of Captain Burke, circa late 1940sArgentine Navy Minister Admiral Garcia, Argentine Minister of War, US Navy Captain Arleigh Burke, and Argentine President Juan Peron aboard USS Huntington, Buenos Aires, Argentina, Nov 1948Captain Burke inspecting the crew of USS Huntington, Nov 1948
General Board of the US Navy, Washington DC, United States, Nov 1947: Col R. Pate, RAdm W. F. Boone, VAdm C. McMorris, Adm J. Towers, RAdm C. Momsen, Capt Huffman, Cmdr Lee, Capt A. BurkePortrait of Captain Burke, circa late 1940sArgentine Navy Minister Admiral Garcia, Argentine Minister of War, US Navy Captain Arleigh Burke, and Argentine President Juan Peron aboard USS Huntington, Buenos Aires, Argentina, Nov 1948Captain Burke inspecting the crew of USS Huntington, Nov 1948
US Navy Captains Charles Weakley and Arleigh Burke, US Air Force General J. T. McNarney aboard destroyer Sarsfield during anti-submarine demonstration off Key West, Florida, United States, 23 Feb 1950Portrait painting of Rear Admiral Burke by Sanji Nahmi, 1951Rear Admiral Burke aboard a submarine in the early 1950sJapanese Admiral (ret.) and former Ambassador to United States Nomura shaking hands with American Rear Admiral Burke aboard cruiser Los Angeles in Japanese waters, 22 Jun 1951
US Navy Captains Charles Weakley and Arleigh Burke, US Air Force General J. T. McNarney aboard destroyer Sarsfield during anti-submarine demonstration off Key West, Florida, United States, 23 Feb 1950Portrait painting of Rear Admiral Burke by Sanji Nahmi, 1951Rear Admiral Burke aboard a submarine in the early 1950sJapanese Admiral (ret.) and former Ambassador to United States Nomura shaking hands with American Rear Admiral Burke aboard cruiser Los Angeles in Japanese waters, 22 Jun 1951

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