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USS New Jersey being refueled in rough post-storm condition, date unknown, photo 3 of 3USS New Jersey underway, date unknownUSS New Jersey, date unknownUSS New Jersey, date unknown
USS New Jersey being refueled in rough post-storm condition, date unknown, photo 3 of 3USS New Jersey underway, date unknownUSS New Jersey, date unknownUSS New Jersey, date unknown
USS Wallace L. Lind sailing alongside USS New Jersey, date unknownView of USS New Jersey from the bow looking astern, date unknownWilliam Halsey aboard USS New Jersey, date unknownElements of Task Force 58 of the US Navy 5th Fleet at anchor, Majuro Atoll, Marshall Islands, probably Apr 1944
USS Wallace L. Lind sailing alongside USS New Jersey, date unknownView of USS New Jersey from the bow looking astern, date unknownWilliam Halsey aboard USS New Jersey, date unknownElements of Task Force 58 of the US Navy 5th Fleet at anchor, Majuro Atoll, Marshall Islands, probably Apr 1944
Admiral Raymond Spruance (left) speaking with Captain Carl Holden, commanding officer of USS New Jersey on the New Jersey’s foredeck at Majuro, Marshall Islands, 8 Apr 1944. Admiral Nimitz was also on board.Program of the first anniversary celebration aboard USS New Jersey, 23 May 1944, page 1 of 3Program of the first anniversary celebration aboard USS New Jersey, 23 May 1944, page 2 of 3Program of the first anniversary celebration aboard USS New Jersey, 23 May 1944, page 3 of 3
Admiral Raymond Spruance (left) speaking with Captain Carl Holden, commanding officer of USS New Jersey on the New Jersey’s foredeck at Majuro, Marshall Islands, 8 Apr 1944. Admiral Nimitz was also on board.Program of the first anniversary celebration aboard USS New Jersey, 23 May 1944, page 1 of 3Program of the first anniversary celebration aboard USS New Jersey, 23 May 1944, page 2 of 3Program of the first anniversary celebration aboard USS New Jersey, 23 May 1944, page 3 of 3
Four US battleships of Task Group 58.7 in the fleet anchorage at Majuro Atoll in the Marshall Islands, 8 Jul 1944New Jersey at sea in the Pacific, circa late 1944 or 1945New Jersey in a storm, Nov 1944Sailor of American battleship New Jersey lowering the breech block of one of the ship
Four US battleships of Task Group 58.7 in the fleet anchorage at Majuro Atoll in the Marshall Islands, 8 Jul 1944New Jersey at sea in the Pacific, circa late 1944 or 1945New Jersey in a storm, Nov 1944Sailor of American battleship New Jersey lowering the breech block of one of the ship's 16-in guns in preparation of loading a shell, Nov 1944
Anti-aircraft crew member of USS New Jersey watching a special attack aircraft diving into USS Intrepid, 25 Nov 1944; note OS2U Kingfisher float plane on the port catapultIntrepid smoking after being hit by Japanese special attack aircraft, seen from battleship New Jersey, 25 Nov 1944; note New JerseyAdmiral William Halsey having Thanksgiving dinner with the crew of battleship USS New Jersey, his flagship, 30 Nov 1944Admiral William F. Halsey and Vice Admiral John S. McCain aboard battleship USS New Jersey, Dec 1944
Anti-aircraft crew member of USS New Jersey watching a special attack aircraft diving into USS Intrepid, 25 Nov 1944; note OS2U Kingfisher float plane on the port catapultIntrepid smoking after being hit by Japanese special attack aircraft, seen from battleship New Jersey, 25 Nov 1944; note New Jersey's 40mm guns in foregroundAdmiral William Halsey having Thanksgiving dinner with the crew of battleship USS New Jersey, his flagship, 30 Nov 1944Admiral William F. Halsey and Vice Admiral John S. McCain aboard battleship USS New Jersey, Dec 1944

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