Japanese aerial photograph of the overturned USS Utah, sunk by torpedoes in the Japanese air attack on Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, 7 Dec 1941. Cruisers Detroit and Raleigh can be seen at left and USS Tangier at right.Plan view of DetroitDetroit at the Mare Island Navy Yard, California, United States, 15 Aug 1942, photo 1 of 3; note destroyer Preston in backgroundDetroit at the Mare Island Navy Yard, California, United States, 15 Aug 1942, photo 2 of 3; note destroyers Preston, Conyngham, Caldwell, and Walke in background
Japanese aerial photograph of the overturned USS Utah, sunk by torpedoes in the Japanese air attack on Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, 7 Dec 1941. Cruisers Detroit and Raleigh can be seen at left and USS Tangier at right.Plan view of Detroit's forward superstructure and bow area, Mare Island Navy Yard, California, United States, 18 Feb 1942Detroit at the Mare Island Navy Yard, California, United States, 15 Aug 1942, photo 1 of 3; note destroyer Preston in backgroundDetroit at the Mare Island Navy Yard, California, United States, 15 Aug 1942, photo 2 of 3; note destroyers Preston, Conyngham, Caldwell, and Walke in background
Detroit at the Mare Island Navy Yard, California, United States, 15 Aug 1942, photo 3 of 3; note destroyer Preston in backgroundOS2U Kingfisher being launched by catapult from the cruiser Detroit in the Aleutians, 1944. Note the oversized National Insignia.OS2U Kingfisher being launched by catapult from the cruiser Detroit in the Aleutians, 1944. Note the oversized National Insignia.
Detroit at the Mare Island Navy Yard, California, United States, 15 Aug 1942, photo 3 of 3; note destroyer Preston in backgroundOS2U Kingfisher being launched by catapult from the cruiser Detroit in the Aleutians, 1944. Note the oversized National Insignia.OS2U Kingfisher being launched by catapult from the cruiser Detroit in the Aleutians, 1944. Note the oversized National Insignia.
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