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Alaska, Guam, North Carolina, Washington, Enterprise, Franklin, and other ships at  Bayonne Naval Supply Depot, New Jersey, United States, 15 Apr 1953Carrier La Fayette and other French warships off Nha Trang, Vietnam, 15-19 Apr 1953Port bow view of USS Tunny, off US Territory of Hawaii, mid-1953Starboard bow view of USS Tunny, off US Territory of Hawaii, mid-1953
Alaska, Guam, North Carolina, Washington, Enterprise, Franklin, and other ships at Bayonne Naval Supply Depot, New Jersey, United States, 15 Apr 1953Carrier La Fayette and other French warships off Nha Trang, Vietnam, 15-19 Apr 1953Port bow view of USS Tunny, off US Territory of Hawaii, mid-1953Starboard bow view of USS Tunny, off US Territory of Hawaii, mid-1953
USS Menhaden departing Mare Island Naval Shipyard, California, United States, 4 May 1953, photo 1 of 2USS Menhaden departing Mare Island Naval Shipyard, California, United States, 4 May 1953, photo 2 of 2Prime Minister Shigeru Yoshida and his cabinet, 21 May 1953Leslie Elliott (center) filming the Upshot-Knothole Grable atomic test, Nevada Test Site, Nevada, United States, 25 May 1953
USS Menhaden departing Mare Island Naval Shipyard, California, United States, 4 May 1953, photo 1 of 2USS Menhaden departing Mare Island Naval Shipyard, California, United States, 4 May 1953, photo 2 of 2Prime Minister Shigeru Yoshida and his cabinet, 21 May 1953Leslie Elliott (center) filming the Upshot-Knothole Grable atomic test, Nevada Test Site, Nevada, United States, 25 May 1953
AU-1 Corsair fighter seen in US Navy Standard Aircraft Characteristics NAVAER 13358, published on 1 Jun 1953Standard Aircraft Characteristics document for the Corsair fighter design, 1 Jun 1953Two Royal Australian Air Force Avro Lincoln heavy bombers flying over Sembawang naval base, Singapore, 2 Jun 1953Yorktown (Essex-class) after her modernization, Jul 1953
AU-1 Corsair fighter seen in US Navy Standard Aircraft Characteristics NAVAER 13358, published on 1 Jun 1953Standard Aircraft Characteristics document for the Corsair fighter design, 1 Jun 1953Two Royal Australian Air Force Avro Lincoln heavy bombers flying over Sembawang naval base, Singapore, 2 Jun 1953Yorktown (Essex-class) after her modernization, Jul 1953
M46 medium tank of US 1st Marine Division, Korea, 5 Jul 1953Crew of USS Segundo being inspected during change of command ceremony, Mare Island Naval Shipyard, California, United States, 6 Jul 1953Flipped 155 mm Howitzer M1, Korea, 14 Jul 1953USS Saint Paul bombarding communist positions near Hungnam, South Hamgyong Province, Korea, 26 Jul 1953
M46 medium tank of US 1st Marine Division, Korea, 5 Jul 1953Crew of USS Segundo being inspected during change of command ceremony, Mare Island Naval Shipyard, California, United States, 6 Jul 1953Flipped 155 mm Howitzer M1, Korea, 14 Jul 1953USS Saint Paul bombarding communist positions near Hungnam, South Hamgyong Province, Korea, 26 Jul 1953
F4U-4 Corsair aircraft of US Marine Corps squadron VMA-332 aboard USS Bairoko, off Korea, 27 Jul 1953General Mark Clark signing the Korean War Armistice, 27 Jul 1953, photo 1 of 2General Mark Clark signing the Korean War Armistice, 27 Jul 1953, photo 2 of 2USS Saint Paul firing the final US Navy salvo of the Korea War, off Wonsan, Korea, 27 Jul 1953
F4U-4 Corsair aircraft of US Marine Corps squadron VMA-332 aboard USS Bairoko, off Korea, 27 Jul 1953General Mark Clark signing the Korean War Armistice, 27 Jul 1953, photo 1 of 2General Mark Clark signing the Korean War Armistice, 27 Jul 1953, photo 2 of 2USS Saint Paul firing the final US Navy salvo of the Korea War, off Wonsan, Korea, 27 Jul 1953

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