120 items in this album on 6 pages.
|Explosion aboard USS Colombia after being struck by a Japanese Army Ki-51 special attack aircraft, Lingayen Gulf, Philippine Islands, 6 Jan 1945||Japanese Zero special attack aircraft, already burning from anti-aircraft fire, diving on USS Columbia during the Lingayen Gulf operation in the Philippine Islands, 6 Jan 1945||Ki-51 special attack aircraft of Japanese Army Sekicho Squadron diving at USS Columbia in Lingayen Gulf, Philippine Islands, at 1729 hours on 6 Jan 1945; photograph taken from USS California||Ki-51 special attack aircraft of Japanese Army Sekicho Squadron striking USS Columbia in Lingayen Gulf, Philippine Islands, at 1729 hours on 6 Jan 1945; photograph taken from USS California|
|Louisville hit by Mitsubishi Ki-51 special attack aircraft, Lingayen Gulf, Philippine Islands, 6 Jan 1945||Burned and demolished F6F-5 Hellcat on the hangar deck of USS Ticonderoga following a special attack plane crashing through the flight deck and exploding in the hangar deck southeast of Formosa (Taiwan), 21 Jan 1945.||Carrier Ticonderoga burning after being struck by special attack aircraft off Taiwan, 21 Jan 1945; note light cruiser Miami's starboard catapult and OS2U Kingfisher aircraft in foreground||Port side view of USS Ticonderoga with an intentional list to assist firefighting efforts following a kamikaze attack 21 Jan 1945 southeast of Formosa (Taiwan). Photo taken from USS Essex.|
|Smoke pouring from the Ticonderoga‚Äôs fires following a special attack aircraft crashing through the flight deck off Formosa (Taiwan) on 21 Jan 1945 that started stubborn fires on the hangar deck||Smoke pouring through a large hole in the Ticonderoga‚Äôs flight deck from fires after a special attack aircraft crashed through the deck off Formosa (Taiwan) on 21 Jan 1945||Splinters of teak flight deck surround bomb hole near Ticonderoga's No 1 elevator shortly after being hit by kamikaze aircraft, off Taiwan, 21 Jan 1945; seen on page 92 of US Navy War Photographs||USS Ticonderoga burning after being hit by two special attack aircraft, 125 miles east-southeast of Taiwan, 21 Jan 1945|
|With the fires out, crews evaluate how to make emergency repairs to a large hole in Ticonderoga‚Äôs flight deck from a special attack aircraft crashing through it off Formosa (Taiwan) on 21 Jan 1945||Damage to the Gallery Deck of the USS Ticonderoga as seen up and aft from the hanger deck. On 21 Jan 1945 a special attack plane crashed through the flight deck and through the gallery deck here. Feb 1945 photo.||Photo taken at Puget Sound Naval Shipyard, Bremerton, Washington, United States, Feb 1945 showing island damage to USS Ticonderoga as the result of a direct hit by a special attack aircraft off Formosa (Taiwan).||Series of five photos showing a G4M2E Model 24 Tei bomber releasing a MXY7 Ohka manned special attack rocket during testing, circa 1945|
|Sketch made by Puget Sound Naval Shipyard, Bremerton, Washington, United States showing paths of two Japanese special attack aircraft that made direct hits on USS Ticonderoga off Formosa (Taiwan).||Louisville about to enter the Mare Island Navy Yard, California, United States for repairs, 6 Feb 1945; text on photograph denoted special attack damage sustained on 6 Jan 1945||Carrier Bismarck Sea erupted in flames as she was hit by a special attack aircraft off Iwo Jima, night of 21 Feb 1945||Following an attack from Japanese special attack aircraft, fires grew in the forward hangar deck of USS Saratoga off Iwo Jima, 21 Feb 1945. The fires increased greatly before they could be controlled. Photo 1 of 3|
120 items in this album on 6 pages.