31 items in this album on 2 pages.

Railroad cars full of munitions in a revetment at Port Chicago, California, United States damaged by a massive explosion the night before, 18 Jul 1944.Railroad cars laden with munitions in a revetment at Port Chicago, California, United States damaged by a massive explosion the night before, 18 Jul 1944.Railroad cars loaded with munitions in a revetment at Port Chicago, California, United States damaged by a massive explosion the night before, 18 Jul 1944.Replacement aircraft for Espiritu Santo crowd the flight deck of the Escort Carrier USS Kwajalein as she steams from San Pedro, California, United States, 19 Jul 1944
Railroad cars full of munitions in a revetment at Port Chicago, California, United States damaged by a massive explosion the night before, 18 Jul 1944.Railroad cars laden with munitions in a revetment at Port Chicago, California, United States damaged by a massive explosion the night before, 18 Jul 1944.Railroad cars loaded with munitions in a revetment at Port Chicago, California, United States damaged by a massive explosion the night before, 18 Jul 1944.Replacement aircraft for Espiritu Santo crowd the flight deck of the Escort Carrier USS Kwajalein as she steams from San Pedro, California, United States, 19 Jul 1944
Roe Island lighthouse damaged by the Port Chicago explosion almost a mile away, Suisun Bay, California, United States, 17 Jul 1944. 18 Jul 1944 photo.Sailor with bloody face standing next to the car the he was driving when they were both blown off the road by a massive munitions explosion at Port Chicago, California, United States, on 17 Jul 1944. 18 Jul 1944 photo.TBM-1C Avengers of VT-2 with wheels and arrester hooks down above the carrier Hornet (Essex-class) after a strike on Guam, 18 Jul 1944. Note rocket rails and ASB radar antennas under the wings.Twisted wreckage of the Victory-ship SS Quinault Victory after being demolished in a munitions explosion at Port Chicago, California, United States, 17 Jul 1944. 18 Jul 1944 photo.
Roe Island lighthouse damaged by the Port Chicago explosion almost a mile away, Suisun Bay, California, United States, 17 Jul 1944. 18 Jul 1944 photo.Sailor with bloody face standing next to the car the he was driving when they were both blown off the road by a massive munitions explosion at Port Chicago, California, United States, on 17 Jul 1944. 18 Jul 1944 photo.TBM-1C Avengers of VT-2 with wheels and arrester hooks down above the carrier Hornet (Essex-class) after a strike on Guam, 18 Jul 1944. Note rocket rails and ASB radar antennas under the wings.Twisted wreckage of the Victory-ship SS Quinault Victory after being demolished in a munitions explosion at Port Chicago, California, United States, 17 Jul 1944. 18 Jul 1944 photo.
US Lieutenant General Joseph Stilwell speaking with Major General Pan Yukun of Chinese 50th Division, Myitkyina, Burma, 18 Jul 1944US Navy airship K-112 of Airship Patrol Squadron ZP-14 based in Morocco making an approach for a landing at RAF Gibraltar, Jul 18, 1944.View from the demolished pier looking toward shore and more flattened buildings following a munitions explosion at Port Chicago, California, United States, 17 Jul 1944. 18 Jul 1944 photo.
US Lieutenant General Joseph Stilwell speaking with Major General Pan Yukun of Chinese 50th Division, Myitkyina, Burma, 18 Jul 1944US Navy airship K-112 of Airship Patrol Squadron ZP-14 based in Morocco making an approach for a landing at RAF Gibraltar, Jul 18, 1944.View from the demolished pier looking toward shore and more flattened buildings following a munitions explosion at Port Chicago, California, United States, 17 Jul 1944. 18 Jul 1944 photo.

31 items in this album on 2 pages.



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