Tuscaloosa steaming at high speed, probably during trials in 1934Tuscaloosa hoisting a SOC Seagull floatplane from the sea, while en route to Iceland, Sep 1941; note another SOC aircraft on starboard catapultUSS Tuscaloosa in Scapa Flow, Scotland, United Kingdom while she was operating with the British Home Fleet, April 1942. The British heavy cruiser HMS London is in the background.HMS Edinburgh and the cruiser USS Tuscaloosa underway in the Atlantic Ocean while escorting USS Wasp, 3 Apr 1942; side 1 of photo
Tuscaloosa steaming at high speed, probably during trials in 1934Tuscaloosa hoisting a SOC Seagull floatplane from the sea, while en route to Iceland, Sep 1941; note another SOC aircraft on starboard catapultUSS Tuscaloosa in Scapa Flow, Scotland, United Kingdom while she was operating with the British Home Fleet, April 1942. The British heavy cruiser HMS London is in the background.HMS Edinburgh and the cruiser USS Tuscaloosa underway in the Atlantic Ocean while escorting USS Wasp, 3 Apr 1942; side 1 of photo
HMS Edinburgh and the cruiser USS Tuscaloosa underway in the Atlantic Ocean while escorting USS Wasp, 3 Apr 1942; side 2 of photoTuscaloosa underway, 7 Oct 1942Aerial view of the Reserve Fleet Basin at the Philadelphia Navy Yard, Pennsylvania, United States, 19 May 1955
HMS Edinburgh and the cruiser USS Tuscaloosa underway in the Atlantic Ocean while escorting USS Wasp, 3 Apr 1942; side 2 of photoTuscaloosa underway, 7 Oct 1942Aerial view of the Reserve Fleet Basin at the Philadelphia Navy Yard, Pennsylvania, United States, 19 May 1955
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