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20mm Oerlikon position aboard USS New Jersey, Pacific Ocean, 21 Jul 1943USS New Jersey at sea, Pacific Ocean, 21 Jul 1943USS New Jersey at sea, Pacific Ocean, 21 Jul 1943United States Navy sub chaser SC-1075 on the Delaware River, 9 Aug 1943. Note Mousetrap anti-submarine rocket rails on the foredeck, 20mm Oerlikon ant-aircraft guns, and side-dropping depth charge racks.
20mm Oerlikon position aboard USS New Jersey, Pacific Ocean, 21 Jul 1943USS New Jersey at sea, Pacific Ocean, 21 Jul 1943USS New Jersey at sea, Pacific Ocean, 21 Jul 1943United States Navy sub chaser SC-1075 on the Delaware River, 9 Aug 1943. Note Mousetrap anti-submarine rocket rails on the foredeck, 20mm Oerlikon ant-aircraft guns, and side-dropping depth charge racks.
LCVP landing craft circling off Cape Torokina, Bougainville, Solomon Islands while awaiting orders, 1 Nov 1943; note 20mm Oerlikon AA gun; photographed from aboard APA-13 USS American Legion20 mm Oerlikon cannon aboard USS Tang, 1940sMen and vehicles aboard USS LCT-535, 1944Scene aboard USS New Jersey, date unknown
LCVP landing craft circling off Cape Torokina, Bougainville, Solomon Islands while awaiting orders, 1 Nov 1943; note 20mm Oerlikon AA gun; photographed from aboard APA-13 USS American Legion20 mm Oerlikon cannon aboard USS Tang, 1940sMen and vehicles aboard USS LCT-535, 1944Scene aboard USS New Jersey, date unknown
Scene aboard USS New Jersey, date unknownScene aboard USS New Jersey, date unknownView of USS New Jersey from the bow looking astern, date unknownUSS South Dakota, USS Alabama, and USS North Carolina underway in the South Pacific, 25 Jan 1944; photo taken from USS Intrepid
Scene aboard USS New Jersey, date unknownScene aboard USS New Jersey, date unknownView of USS New Jersey from the bow looking astern, date unknownUSS South Dakota, USS Alabama, and USS North Carolina underway in the South Pacific, 25 Jan 1944; photo taken from USS Intrepid
The helm of PT-295, a Higgins 78-foot motor torpedo boat, 1944. Note the mast in the lowered position, two twin Browning .50 caliber machine gun mounts, and a 20mm Oerlikon gun forward.A Roman Catholic chaplain performing mass on the deck of USS Iowa as they closed on the Mariana Islands, Jun 1944. Note the colors of the ship’s paint and the 40mm and 20mm anti-aircraft mounts.Canadian personnel man a portable Triple Polsten 20mm anti-aircraft mount, a descendant of the Oerlikon design. France, Jun 1944.US Coast Guardsmen John Smith, African-American on left, and Daniel Kaczorowski, on right, manning a 20-mm Oerlikon autocannon aboard a landing craft, circa mid- or late-1944 off France
The helm of PT-295, a Higgins 78-foot motor torpedo boat, 1944. Note the mast in the lowered position, two twin Browning .50 caliber machine gun mounts, and a 20mm Oerlikon gun forward.A Roman Catholic chaplain performing mass on the deck of USS Iowa as they closed on the Mariana Islands, Jun 1944. Note the colors of the ship’s paint and the 40mm and 20mm anti-aircraft mounts.Canadian personnel man a portable Triple Polsten 20mm anti-aircraft mount, a descendant of the Oerlikon design. France, Jun 1944.US Coast Guardsmen John Smith, African-American on left, and Daniel Kaczorowski, on right, manning a 20-mm Oerlikon autocannon aboard a landing craft, circa mid- or late-1944 off France
Columns of troop-packed American LCI landing craft in the wake of a USCG-manned LST en route to Cape Sansapor, New Guinea, mid-1944US Navy African-American Miles Davis King carrying a loaded magazine for a 20-mm gun aboard CVE USS Tulagi en route to France, Aug 1944Sailor standing watch at a 40mm Bofors gun mount aboard USS Hornet (Essex-class), 1944Elco 80-foot PT-523 alongside escort carrier USS Manila Bay returning downed pilot and aircrewman east of Leyte Gulf, 22 Oct 1944. Note the aircraft style National insignia on top of the chart house.
Columns of troop-packed American LCI landing craft in the wake of a USCG-manned LST en route to Cape Sansapor, New Guinea, mid-1944US Navy African-American Miles Davis King carrying a loaded magazine for a 20-mm gun aboard CVE USS Tulagi en route to France, Aug 1944Sailor standing watch at a 40mm Bofors gun mount aboard USS Hornet (Essex-class), 1944Elco 80-foot PT-523 alongside escort carrier USS Manila Bay returning downed pilot and aircrewman east of Leyte Gulf, 22 Oct 1944. Note the aircraft style National insignia on top of the chart house.

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