A member of the 131st Field Artillery Battalion loading a 105mm shell packed with D-ration chocolate bars for an infantry battalion cut off in the Belmont Sector, France, 29 Oct 1944Marinship Yard vice-president and general manager William E. Waste offering dignitary remarks during the christening of yard flagship Tamalpais, 29 Oct 1944, Sausalito, California, United States.The Escambia-class fleet oiler Tamalpais being christened during Flagship Day at Marinship, Sausalito, California, United States, 29 Oct 1944.The Escambia-class fleet oiler Tamalpais being launched at Marinship, Sausalito, California, United States, 29 Oct 1944.
A member of the 131st Field Artillery Battalion loading a 105mm shell packed with D-ration chocolate bars for an infantry battalion cut off in the Belmont Sector, France, 29 Oct 1944Marinship Yard vice-president and general manager William E. Waste offering dignitary remarks during the christening of yard flagship Tamalpais, 29 Oct 1944, Sausalito, California, United States.The Escambia-class fleet oiler Tamalpais being christened during Flagship Day at Marinship, Sausalito, California, United States, 29 Oct 1944.The Escambia-class fleet oiler Tamalpais being launched at Marinship, Sausalito, California, United States, 29 Oct 1944.
The Escambia-class fleet oiler Tamalpais just after she was launched and being moved to the fitting out docks, Marinship, Sausalito, California, United States, 29 Oct 1944.Units of the Canadian 4th Armoured Division into Bergen op Zoom, the Netherlands, 29 Oct 1944
The Escambia-class fleet oiler Tamalpais just after she was launched and being moved to the fitting out docks, Marinship, Sausalito, California, United States, 29 Oct 1944.Units of the Canadian 4th Armoured Division into Bergen op Zoom, the Netherlands, 29 Oct 1944


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