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Gilmore off Aleutian Islands, date unknownHammerhead underwayHood at portIllustrious underway, date unknown
Gilmore off Aleutian Islands, date unknownHammerhead underwayHood at portIllustrious underway, date unknown
Japanese Navy officers and men aboard a ship, date unknownKikuzuki under salvage, focus on her forecastleKikuzuki under salvage, with USS Menominee (ATF-73) and a crane barge near herKikuzuki
Japanese Navy officers and men aboard a ship, date unknownKikuzuki under salvage, focus on her forecastleKikuzuki under salvage, with USS Menominee (ATF-73) and a crane barge near herKikuzuki's bridge
Kilkis/USS MississippiKinai Maru sinking, photographed by USS PlungerKinai Maru, photographed by USS Plunger, just prior to her sinkingLine drawing of the Grumman F6F-5 Hellcat carrier-based fighter.
Kilkis/USS MississippiKinai Maru sinking, photographed by USS PlungerKinai Maru, photographed by USS Plunger, just prior to her sinkingLine drawing of the Grumman F6F-5 Hellcat carrier-based fighter.
Littorio underway, circa Jul 1940Map of Leyte Gulf, Philippine IslandsMap of Luzon, Philippines from Lingayen Gulf to Manila BayMap of Makin Atoll (now Butaritari Atoll)
Littorio underway, circa Jul 1940Map of Leyte Gulf, Philippine IslandsMap of Luzon, Philippines from Lingayen Gulf to Manila BayMap of Makin Atoll (now Butaritari Atoll)
Map of Okinawa, JapanMap of the China-Burma-India Theater highlighting the Burma and Ledo Roads to ChungkingMap of the Philippine IslandsMap of the Philippine Sea from Japan to the Carolines
Map of Okinawa, JapanMap of the China-Burma-India Theater highlighting the Burma and Ledo Roads to ChungkingMap of the Philippine IslandsMap of the Philippine Sea from Japan to the Carolines

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