African-American US Army WAC Master Sergeant Helen Starr bowling at Fort McClellan, Alabama, United States, 27 Jan 1944Battleship Indiana en route to attack Taroa Island airfield, Maloelap Atoll, Marshall Islands, 27 Jan 1944; photo 1 of 2Battleship Indiana en route to attack Taroa Island airfield, Maloelap Atoll, Marshall Islands, 27 Jan 1944; photo 2 of 2Battleship Indiana underway at sea, circa late Jan 1944; cropped from US Navy Naval Historical Center photograph NH 52662 to emphasize the camouflage scheme
African-American US Army WAC Master Sergeant Helen Starr bowling at Fort McClellan, Alabama, United States, 27 Jan 1944Battleship Indiana en route to attack Taroa Island airfield, Maloelap Atoll, Marshall Islands, 27 Jan 1944; photo 1 of 2Battleship Indiana en route to attack Taroa Island airfield, Maloelap Atoll, Marshall Islands, 27 Jan 1944; photo 2 of 2Battleship Indiana underway at sea, circa late Jan 1944; cropped from US Navy Naval Historical Center photograph NH 52662 to emphasize the camouflage scheme
Early construction of a large concrete caisson known as a Phoenix, 27 Jan 1944 in southern England. These had flooding valves and were to be sunk as part of the Mulberry Harbors for the Normandy landings.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.
Early construction of a large concrete caisson known as a Phoenix, 27 Jan 1944 in southern England. These had flooding valves and were to be sunk as part of the Mulberry Harbors for the Normandy landings.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.


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