Mahan-class destroyer USS Tucker leaving Norfolk Navy Yard after completion, 2 Mar 1937.Sister Mahan-class destroyers USS Case, USS Shaw, USS Cummings, and USS Tucker nested together at Auckland, New Zealand, Mar 1941. Note cruiser USS Brooklyn coming in behind the destroyers.Destroyer Division 6, Destroyer Squadron 3 ships Clark, Case, Cummings, Shaw, and Tucker at San Diego, California, United States, Oct 1941AD-3 Dobbin, AD-4 Whitney, destroyers Phelps, Hull, Dewey, Worden, MacDonough, Conyngham, Reid, Tucker, Case, and Selfridge, Pearl Harbor, at 0926, 7 Dec 1941
Mahan-class destroyer USS Tucker leaving Norfolk Navy Yard after completion, 2 Mar 1937.Sister Mahan-class destroyers USS Case, USS Shaw, USS Cummings, and USS Tucker nested together at Auckland, New Zealand, Mar 1941. Note cruiser USS Brooklyn coming in behind the destroyers.Destroyer Division 6, Destroyer Squadron 3 ships Clark, Case, Cummings, Shaw, and Tucker at San Diego, California, United States, Oct 1941AD-3 Dobbin, AD-4 Whitney, destroyers Phelps, Hull, Dewey, Worden, MacDonough, Conyngham, Reid, Tucker, Case, and Selfridge, Pearl Harbor, at 0926, 7 Dec 1941
Tucker off the Mare Island Navy Yard, California, United States, 11 Mar 1942Destroyer USS Tucker after nearly being blown in two by a mine getting towed by the stern toward shallow water by YP-346, Espiritu Santo, New Hebrides, 3 Aug 1942.Minelayer USS Breese standing by as a motor launch tows the wreck of the destroyer USS Tucker toward shallow water off Malo Island after Tucker was nearly blown in two by a mine the day before, 4 Aug 1942.The bow section of the sunken destroyer USS Tucker sticking out of the water off Malo Island, Espiritu Santo, New Hebrides, circa Sep 1942.
Tucker off the Mare Island Navy Yard, California, United States, 11 Mar 1942Destroyer USS Tucker after nearly being blown in two by a mine getting towed by the stern toward shallow water by YP-346, Espiritu Santo, New Hebrides, 3 Aug 1942.Minelayer USS Breese standing by as a motor launch tows the wreck of the destroyer USS Tucker toward shallow water off Malo Island after Tucker was nearly blown in two by a mine the day before, 4 Aug 1942.The bow section of the sunken destroyer USS Tucker sticking out of the water off Malo Island, Espiritu Santo, New Hebrides, circa Sep 1942.
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