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Haguro or Myoko firing at attacking US carrier aircraft during Battle of Sibuyan Sea, 24 Oct 1944Interrogation transcript of Taihoku Prison captive Airman First Class James Langiotti of US Navy, late Oct 1944Interrogation transcript of Taihoku Prison captive Lieutenant Harwood Sharp of US Navy, late Oct 1944Light cruiser Reno approached the burning light carrier Princeton, off the Philippine Islands, at 1004 on 24 Oct 1944; photographed from battleship South Dakota
Haguro or Myoko firing at attacking US carrier aircraft during Battle of Sibuyan Sea, 24 Oct 1944Interrogation transcript of Taihoku Prison captive Airman First Class James Langiotti of US Navy, late Oct 1944Interrogation transcript of Taihoku Prison captive Lieutenant Harwood Sharp of US Navy, late Oct 1944Light cruiser Reno approached the burning light carrier Princeton, off the Philippine Islands, at 1004 on 24 Oct 1944; photographed from battleship South Dakota
Musashi and a destroyer under attack, Battle of the Sibuyan Sea, 24 Oct 1944, photo 1 of 2Musashi and a destroyer under attack, Battle of the Sibuyan Sea, 24 Oct 1944, photo 2 of 2Musashi down by the bow after being hit by US Navy carrier aircraft during the Battle of Sibuyan Sea, 24 Oct 1944Musashi hit by a bomb from US Navy carrier aircraft, Battle of Sibuyan Sea, 24 Oct 1944
Musashi and a destroyer under attack, Battle of the Sibuyan Sea, 24 Oct 1944, photo 1 of 2Musashi and a destroyer under attack, Battle of the Sibuyan Sea, 24 Oct 1944, photo 2 of 2Musashi down by the bow after being hit by US Navy carrier aircraft during the Battle of Sibuyan Sea, 24 Oct 1944Musashi hit by a bomb from US Navy carrier aircraft, Battle of Sibuyan Sea, 24 Oct 1944
Pilots of US Navy Torpedo Squadron 13 in their ready room aboard carrier Franklin just before the Battle of the Sibuyan Sea, 24 Oct 1944; squadron command Lieutenant Commander Larry French seen secondPrinceton burning after Japanese attack off Leyte, 24 Oct 1944, 1 of 4Princeton burning after Japanese attack off Leyte, 24 Oct 1944, 2 of 4Princeton burning after Japanese attack off Leyte, 24 Oct 1944, 3 of 4
Pilots of US Navy Torpedo Squadron 13 in their ready room aboard carrier Franklin just before the Battle of the Sibuyan Sea, 24 Oct 1944; squadron command Lieutenant Commander Larry French seen secondPrinceton burning after Japanese attack off Leyte, 24 Oct 1944, 1 of 4Princeton burning after Japanese attack off Leyte, 24 Oct 1944, 2 of 4Princeton burning after Japanese attack off Leyte, 24 Oct 1944, 3 of 4
Princeton burning after Japanese attack off Leyte, 24 Oct 1944, 4 of 4Princeton exploded as she was torpedoed by USS Reno, 24 Oct 1944Princeton exploded with Birmingham alongside, 24 Oct 1944Princeton suffering another explosion at 1003 on 24 Oct 1944, photo taken from BB South Dakota
Princeton burning after Japanese attack off Leyte, 24 Oct 1944, 4 of 4Princeton exploded as she was torpedoed by USS Reno, 24 Oct 1944Princeton exploded with Birmingham alongside, 24 Oct 1944Princeton suffering another explosion at 1003 on 24 Oct 1944, photo taken from BB South Dakota
Princeton survivors jumping from a motorboat for USS Cassin Young, 24 Oct 1944PT-131 between PT-152 and PT-130, all Eclo 80-foot Motor Torpedo Boats of MTBRon-7, alongside tender USS Wachapreague in Liloan Bay, Philippines preparing to patrol the Surigao Strait, 24 Oct 1944.Reno attempted to fight fires aboard Princeton, 24 Oct 1944, photo 1 of 3Reno attempted to fight fires aboard Princeton, 24 Oct 1944, photo 2 of 3
Princeton survivors jumping from a motorboat for USS Cassin Young, 24 Oct 1944PT-131 between PT-152 and PT-130, all Eclo 80-foot Motor Torpedo Boats of MTBRon-7, alongside tender USS Wachapreague in Liloan Bay, Philippines preparing to patrol the Surigao Strait, 24 Oct 1944.Reno attempted to fight fires aboard Princeton, 24 Oct 1944, photo 1 of 3Reno attempted to fight fires aboard Princeton, 24 Oct 1944, photo 2 of 3

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