Destroyer Dale leading destroyer Monaghan through a turn during an exhibition off San Diego, California, United States by US Navy Destroyer Squadron 20 for Movietone News, 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 AylwinDestroyer Monaghan, 28 Apr 1938Port side view of destroyer Monaghan, date unknown
Destroyer Dale leading destroyer Monaghan through a turn during an exhibition off San Diego, California, United States by US Navy Destroyer Squadron 20 for Movietone News, 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 AylwinDestroyer Monaghan, 28 Apr 1938Port side view of destroyer Monaghan, date unknown
Destroyers Monahan and Dale coming out of a smoke screen during Fleet Problem XX, Caribbean Sea, Feb 1939Destroyer Monaghan and a sister ship, possibly destroyer Dale, sailing in formation during exercises, pre-1942Port quarter of the destroyer Monaghan off Mare Island Naval Shipyard, California, Feb 17, 1942.
Destroyers Monahan and Dale coming out of a smoke screen during Fleet Problem XX, Caribbean Sea, Feb 1939Destroyer Monaghan and a sister ship, possibly destroyer Dale, sailing in formation during exercises, pre-1942Port quarter of the destroyer Monaghan off Mare Island Naval Shipyard, California, Feb 17, 1942.
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