Portrait of Dudley Morton, date unknownLieutenant Commander Dudley Morton and Lieutenant Richard OLieutenant Commander Dudley Morten (at open bridge) and Lieutenant Richard OLieutenant Commander Dudley Morton and Lieutenant Richard O
Portrait of Dudley Morton, date unknownLieutenant Commander Dudley Morton and Lieutenant Richard O'Kane in the conning tower of USS Wahoo during an attack on a Japanese convoy off New Guinea, 26 Jan 1943Lieutenant Commander Dudley Morten (at open bridge) and Lieutenant Richard O'Kane (left) aboard USS Wahoo, Pearl Harbor, US Territory of Hawaii, circa 7 Feb 1943Lieutenant Commander Dudley Morton and Lieutenant Richard O'Kane at the bridge of USS Wahoo, Pearl Harbor, US Territory of Hawaii, 7 Feb 1943
Lieutenant Commander Dudley Morton describing USS WahooRear Admiral W. L. Friedell greeting Lieutenant Commander Dudley Morton, Mare Island Navy Yard, Vallejo, California, United States, 29 May 1943; note Morton
Lieutenant Commander Dudley Morton describing USS Wahoo's third war patrol at a press conference, Pearl Harbor, US Territory of Hawaii, mid-Feb 1943Rear Admiral W. L. Friedell greeting Lieutenant Commander Dudley Morton, Mare Island Navy Yard, Vallejo, California, United States, 29 May 1943; note Morton's father and Morton's wife Harriet
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