Dewey and Hull maneuvering off San Diego, California, United States during an demonstration with US Navy Destroyer Squadron 20, 14 Sep 1936US Navy Destroyer Squadron 20 laying a smoke screen off San Diego, California, United States, 14 Sep 1936; note destroyers Farragut, Dewey, Hull, Macdonough, Worden, Dale, Monaghan, and AylwinUS Navy Destroyer Squadron 20 maneuvering off San Diego, California, United States, 14 Sep 1936; note destroyers Dewey, Hull, and Macdonough, with PBY-1, P2Y, and PM-1 aircraft aboveHull approaching an anchorage in the lower end of Iliuliuk Bay, in the Aleutian Islands, North Pacific, 27 Apr 1937
Dewey and Hull maneuvering off San Diego, California, United States during an demonstration with US Navy Destroyer Squadron 20, 14 Sep 1936US Navy Destroyer Squadron 20 laying a smoke screen off San Diego, California, United States, 14 Sep 1936; note destroyers Farragut, Dewey, Hull, Macdonough, Worden, Dale, Monaghan, and AylwinUS Navy Destroyer Squadron 20 maneuvering off San Diego, California, United States, 14 Sep 1936; note destroyers Dewey, Hull, and Macdonough, with PBY-1, P2Y, and PM-1 aircraft aboveHull approaching an anchorage in the lower end of Iliuliuk Bay, in the Aleutian Islands, North Pacific, 27 Apr 1937
AD-3 Dobbin, AD-4 Whitney, destroyers Phelps, Hull, Dewey, Worden, MacDonough, Conyngham, Reid, Tucker, Case, and Selfridge, Pearl Harbor, at 0926, 7 Dec 1941Hull off the Mare Island Navy Yard, California, United States, 20 Apr 1942Hull preparing to refuel at sea, 8 Jan 1943Hull underway, May 1944
AD-3 Dobbin, AD-4 Whitney, destroyers Phelps, Hull, Dewey, Worden, MacDonough, Conyngham, Reid, Tucker, Case, and Selfridge, Pearl Harbor, at 0926, 7 Dec 1941Hull off the Mare Island Navy Yard, California, United States, 20 Apr 1942Hull preparing to refuel at sea, 8 Jan 1943Hull underway, May 1944
Hull underway off the Puget Sound Navy Yard, Washington, United States, 10 Oct 1944; note US Navy camouflage Measure 31, Design 6d
Hull underway off the Puget Sound Navy Yard, Washington, United States, 10 Oct 1944; note US Navy camouflage Measure 31, Design 6d
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