A deck level view of the back of the conning tower of captured German submarine U-505 shortly after arrival at Bermuda, 19 to 29 Jun 1944. Fleet tug USS Abnaki is at left and covered lighter YFN-275 is at right.Fuel tanks of the B-24H Liberator “Little Warrior” with the 861st Bomb Squadron explode over Fallersleben, Germany after anti-aircraft hit, Jun 29 1944. Photo taken by Clifford A Stocking, waist gunner on “Green Hornet.”Japanese searchlight position with a dummy operator, Saipan, Mariana Islands, 29 Jun 1944Russian children in the Petrozavodsk Concentration Camp at the time of liberation, Petrozavodsk, Russia, 29 Jun 1944
A deck level view of the back of the conning tower of captured German submarine U-505 shortly after arrival at Bermuda, 19 to 29 Jun 1944. Fleet tug USS Abnaki is at left and covered lighter YFN-275 is at right.Fuel tanks of the B-24H Liberator “Little Warrior” with the 861st Bomb Squadron explode over Fallersleben, Germany after anti-aircraft hit, Jun 29 1944. Photo taken by Clifford A Stocking, waist gunner on “Green Hornet.”Japanese searchlight position with a dummy operator, Saipan, Mariana Islands, 29 Jun 1944Russian children in the Petrozavodsk Concentration Camp at the time of liberation, Petrozavodsk, Russia, 29 Jun 1944
Starboard side view of USS Ticonderoga as she steamed off Puerto Rico toward Trinidad on her shakedown cruise, Jun 29, 1944. Note original length of the flight deck short of the bow, extended to cover bow 2 months later.
Starboard side view of USS Ticonderoga as she steamed off Puerto Rico toward Trinidad on her shakedown cruise, Jun 29, 1944. Note original length of the flight deck short of the bow, extended to cover bow 2 months later.


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