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Civilian technician Dr. Kurt Sommermeyer aboard U-537 in the Labrador Sea listening to signals transmitted by Weather Station Kurt (named for Sommermeyer) broadcasting from the Labrador coast, 24 Oct 1943.Aircraft elevator aboard the escort carrier USS Santee loaded with aerial depth charges on bomb dollies on their way up to the flight deck for loading onto TBF Avengers, Nov 1943 in the Atlantic.TBF Avenger running up its engines before launching from escort carrier USS Santee in the Atlantic, Nov 1943. Note the catapult bridle attached to the landing gear.German Type IX submarine U-848 under attack by four US Navy PB4Y Liberators of VB-107 and two US Army B-25 Mitchells in the mid-Atlantic Ocean, 5 Nov 1943. U-848 was sunk in this attack with all 63 men lost.
Civilian technician Dr. Kurt Sommermeyer aboard U-537 in the Labrador Sea listening to signals transmitted by Weather Station Kurt (named for Sommermeyer) broadcasting from the Labrador coast, 24 Oct 1943.Aircraft elevator aboard the escort carrier USS Santee loaded with aerial depth charges on bomb dollies on their way up to the flight deck for loading onto TBF Avengers, Nov 1943 in the Atlantic.TBF Avenger running up its engines before launching from escort carrier USS Santee in the Atlantic, Nov 1943. Note the catapult bridle attached to the landing gear.German Type IX submarine U-848 under attack by four US Navy PB4Y Liberators of VB-107 and two US Army B-25 Mitchells in the mid-Atlantic Ocean, 5 Nov 1943. U-848 was sunk in this attack with all 63 men lost.
Photo of the 130 survivors of destroyer USS Borie on the flight deck of USS Card following a memorial service for the 27 shipmates lost in the sinking 2 Nov 1943 (photo about 8 Nov 1943).German submarine U-172 under attack by Lt(jg) James Ogle from Composite Squadron VC-19 flying from USS Bogue, 13 Dec 1943. Note approaching destroyer, probably USS Osmond Ingram.German submarine U-850 under attack by Lt Harold Bradshaw from Composite Squadron VC-19 flying from USS Bogue, 20 Dec 1943. Note what appears to be a Mark 24 FIDO homing torpedo entering the water.Martlet fighter warming up on the flight deck of HMS Formidable in the North Atlantic, 1944
Photo of the 130 survivors of destroyer USS Borie on the flight deck of USS Card following a memorial service for the 27 shipmates lost in the sinking 2 Nov 1943 (photo about 8 Nov 1943).German submarine U-172 under attack by Lt(jg) James Ogle from Composite Squadron VC-19 flying from USS Bogue, 13 Dec 1943. Note approaching destroyer, probably USS Osmond Ingram.German submarine U-850 under attack by Lt Harold Bradshaw from Composite Squadron VC-19 flying from USS Bogue, 20 Dec 1943. Note what appears to be a Mark 24 FIDO homing torpedo entering the water.Martlet fighter warming up on the flight deck of HMS Formidable in the North Atlantic, 1944
RMS Queen Elizabeth underway in the Atlantic Ocean, 1940sA rocket attack on the German Type VIIC Submarine U-758 by TBF Avengers from USS Block Island northeast of the Azores, 11 Jan 1944. Note two rockets hitting just astern of the U-Boat. U-758 was damaged but not sunk.United States Navy K-class airship K-28 of Blimp Squadron 14 during escort duty above the armed tanker SS Paulsboro about 80 miles off the mouth of Chesapeake Bay, Virginia, United States, 27 Jan 1944.HSL 2641 rescuing downed US Navy airmen whose PB4Y-1 bomber had been shot down by Germans over the Bay of Biscay, 15 Feb 1944
RMS Queen Elizabeth underway in the Atlantic Ocean, 1940sA rocket attack on the German Type VIIC Submarine U-758 by TBF Avengers from USS Block Island northeast of the Azores, 11 Jan 1944. Note two rockets hitting just astern of the U-Boat. U-758 was damaged but not sunk.United States Navy K-class airship K-28 of Blimp Squadron 14 during escort duty above the armed tanker SS Paulsboro about 80 miles off the mouth of Chesapeake Bay, Virginia, United States, 27 Jan 1944.HSL 2641 rescuing downed US Navy airmen whose PB4Y-1 bomber had been shot down by Germans over the Bay of Biscay, 15 Feb 1944
Escort carrier USS Bogue shortly after being repainted in Measure 32/Design 4A Dazzle paint scheme, 1944 in the Atlantic. Note the TBM Avenger in the landing pattern.German submarine U-575 under attack by Lt Donald Pattie from Composite Squadron VC-95 flying from USS Bogue, 13 Mar 1944. U-575 was sunk in this prolonged attack.A German Type VII U-Boat in the Atlantic under aerial attack from US Navy aircraft flying from a hunter-killer group built around an Escort Carrier, early 1944.Battleship USS Texas in the Atlantic steaming from Casco Bay, Maine to New York, New York to assume duties in escorting convoys across the Atlantic, 1 Apr 1944.
Escort carrier USS Bogue shortly after being repainted in Measure 32/Design 4A Dazzle paint scheme, 1944 in the Atlantic. Note the TBM Avenger in the landing pattern.German submarine U-575 under attack by Lt Donald Pattie from Composite Squadron VC-95 flying from USS Bogue, 13 Mar 1944. U-575 was sunk in this prolonged attack.A German Type VII U-Boat in the Atlantic under aerial attack from US Navy aircraft flying from a hunter-killer group built around an Escort Carrier, early 1944.Battleship USS Texas in the Atlantic steaming from Casco Bay, Maine to New York, New York to assume duties in escorting convoys across the Atlantic, 1 Apr 1944.
USS Hancock in Dazzle paint scheme Measure 32, Design 3A during sea trials on her transit from Boston, Massachusetts to Norfolk, Virginia, 22 May 1944. Photo 1 of 2.USS Hancock in Dazzle paint scheme Measure 32, Design 3A during sea trials on her transit from Boston, Massachusetts to Norfolk, Virginia, 22 May 1944. Photo 2 of 2.A salvage party from USS Guadalcanal on the captured German submarine U-505, 4 Jun 1944 in the eastern Atlantic. Note the twin 20mm anti-aircraft guns and the seashell insignia on the tower.Abandoned by her crew but with engines still running, German Type IXC submarine U-505 circles at 7 knots before US boarding parties complete the capture off the West African coast, 4 Jun 1944.
USS Hancock in Dazzle paint scheme Measure 32, Design 3A during sea trials on her transit from Boston, Massachusetts to Norfolk, Virginia, 22 May 1944. Photo 1 of 2.USS Hancock in Dazzle paint scheme Measure 32, Design 3A during sea trials on her transit from Boston, Massachusetts to Norfolk, Virginia, 22 May 1944. Photo 2 of 2.A salvage party from USS Guadalcanal on the captured German submarine U-505, 4 Jun 1944 in the eastern Atlantic. Note the twin 20mm anti-aircraft guns and the seashell insignia on the tower.Abandoned by her crew but with engines still running, German Type IXC submarine U-505 circles at 7 knots before US boarding parties complete the capture off the West African coast, 4 Jun 1944.

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