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Crossing the Line certificate issued to LtCdr Francis N Gilreath, Trusty Shellback, who crossed the line aboard USS Essex 26 Oct 1943 while en route from Pearl Harbor to Espiritu Santo, New HebridesUSS New Jersey, 26 Oct 1943Commissioning ceremony of Johnston, Seattle, Washington, United States, 27 Oct 1943, photo 1 of 2; note Lieutenant Commander Evans speaking at left centerCommissioning ceremony of Johnston, Seattle, Washington, United States, 27 Oct 1943, photo 2 of 2; Lieutenant Commander Evans in foreground
Crossing the Line certificate issued to LtCdr Francis N Gilreath, Trusty Shellback, who crossed the line aboard USS Essex 26 Oct 1943 while en route from Pearl Harbor to Espiritu Santo, New HebridesUSS New Jersey, 26 Oct 1943Commissioning ceremony of Johnston, Seattle, Washington, United States, 27 Oct 1943, photo 1 of 2; note Lieutenant Commander Evans speaking at left centerCommissioning ceremony of Johnston, Seattle, Washington, United States, 27 Oct 1943, photo 2 of 2; Lieutenant Commander Evans in foreground
Johnston off Seattle or Tacoma, Washington, United States, 27 Oct 1943PiranhaEarly model Mark XIII torpedo after bodies (motors & guidance) on the deck of escort carrier USS Copahee upon delivery to Pearl Harbor, US Territory of Hawaii, 29 Oct 1943.United States Coast Guardsmen assist in the recovery of a damaged PB2Y Coronado that partially capsized after losing a wing float on landing in Jamaica Bay, New York, United States, 29 Oct 1943
Johnston off Seattle or Tacoma, Washington, United States, 27 Oct 1943Piranha's launching ceremony, Portsmouth Navy Yard, Kittery, Maine, United States, 27 Oct 1943Early model Mark XIII torpedo after bodies (motors & guidance) on the deck of escort carrier USS Copahee upon delivery to Pearl Harbor, US Territory of Hawaii, 29 Oct 1943.United States Coast Guardsmen assist in the recovery of a damaged PB2Y Coronado that partially capsized after losing a wing float on landing in Jamaica Bay, New York, United States, 29 Oct 1943
US Navy Signalman 2nd Class Kenneth Mitchell of battleship Colorado sending a message with semaphore flags, 29 Oct 1943; Signalman 3rd Class John Wilson on telescopeUSS Alabama firing in exercise somewhere in the South Pacific, 29 Oct 1943; note secondary guns of USS South Dakota in foregroundAft plan view of DMS-12 Long upon completion of overhaul at Mare Island Naval Shipyard, California, United States, 30 Oct 1943; note submarine Trepang under construction in backgroundAviation Machinist
US Navy Signalman 2nd Class Kenneth Mitchell of battleship Colorado sending a message with semaphore flags, 29 Oct 1943; Signalman 3rd Class John Wilson on telescopeUSS Alabama firing in exercise somewhere in the South Pacific, 29 Oct 1943; note secondary guns of USS South Dakota in foregroundAft plan view of DMS-12 Long upon completion of overhaul at Mare Island Naval Shipyard, California, United States, 30 Oct 1943; note submarine Trepang under construction in backgroundAviation Machinist's Mate 3rd Class D. E. Ritch, Aviation Radioman 3rd Class R. L. Burgess, and Ensign C. R. Rasmussen aboard USS Coral Sea, 30 Oct 1943
Aviation Radioman 1st Class E. L. Feehan, Aviation Ordnanceman 2nd Class S. J. Pocotny, and Lieutenant Commander J. J. Lynch aboard USS Coral Sea, 30 Oct 1943Aviation Radioman 2nd Class S. Bleier, Aviation Ordnanceman 2nd Class H. R. Thompson, and Lieutenant R. S. Evarts aboard USS Coral Sea, 30 Oct 1943Cruisers USS Salt Lake City, Pensacola, and New Orleans nested together at Pearl Harbor in Berth B-3, 30 Oct 1943. Note the radar antennae, gun directors and eight-inch guns on these three heavy cruisers.Group portrait of airmen with a FM-1 Wildcat fighter aboard USS Coral Sea, 30 Oct 1943
Aviation Radioman 1st Class E. L. Feehan, Aviation Ordnanceman 2nd Class S. J. Pocotny, and Lieutenant Commander J. J. Lynch aboard USS Coral Sea, 30 Oct 1943Aviation Radioman 2nd Class S. Bleier, Aviation Ordnanceman 2nd Class H. R. Thompson, and Lieutenant R. S. Evarts aboard USS Coral Sea, 30 Oct 1943Cruisers USS Salt Lake City, Pensacola, and New Orleans nested together at Pearl Harbor in Berth B-3, 30 Oct 1943. Note the radar antennae, gun directors and eight-inch guns on these three heavy cruisers.Group portrait of airmen with a FM-1 Wildcat fighter aboard USS Coral Sea, 30 Oct 1943
Lieutenant Commander J. J. Lynch conducting a pre-flight briefing aboard USS Coral Sea, 30 Oct 1943Lieutenant J. P. Weinel posing with a FM-1 Wildcat fighter aboard USS Coral Sea, 30 Oct 1943Lieutenant R. S. Evarts posing with a TBF Avenger aircraft aboard USS Coral Sea, 30 Oct 1943WAVES disembarking from a barge at Naval Air Station, Anacostia, Washington, DC, United States, 30 Oct 1943
Lieutenant Commander J. J. Lynch conducting a pre-flight briefing aboard USS Coral Sea, 30 Oct 1943Lieutenant J. P. Weinel posing with a FM-1 Wildcat fighter aboard USS Coral Sea, 30 Oct 1943Lieutenant R. S. Evarts posing with a TBF Avenger aircraft aboard USS Coral Sea, 30 Oct 1943WAVES disembarking from a barge at Naval Air Station, Anacostia, Washington, DC, United States, 30 Oct 1943

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