After arriving in Pearl Harbor, Hawaii in early Mar 1942, USS Trout crew members stacked 9 tons of gold bars and 13 tons of silver pesos evacuated from Corregidor, Philippines on the submarine’s deck for transfer to the USS Detroit.US Navy Adms R. English & C. Nimitz at Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, United States as USS Trout returned with 2 POWs from the sunken Japanese cruiser Mikuma, 14 Jun 1942Aerial view of drydocks at Pearl Harbor, US Territory of Hawaii, 28 Jul 1942. By this time the drydock facilities had doubled since the air attack. Note that, unlike in 1941, the drydocks are protected with anti-torpedo booms.Aerial view of Pearl Harbor Naval Shipyard, US Territory of Hawaii, 28 Jul 1942
After arriving in Pearl Harbor, Hawaii in early Mar 1942, USS Trout crew members stacked 9 tons of gold bars and 13 tons of silver pesos evacuated from Corregidor, Philippines on the submarine’s deck for transfer to the USS Detroit.US Navy Adms R. English & C. Nimitz at Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, United States as USS Trout returned with 2 POWs from the sunken Japanese cruiser Mikuma, 14 Jun 1942Aerial view of drydocks at Pearl Harbor, US Territory of Hawaii, 28 Jul 1942. By this time the drydock facilities had doubled since the air attack. Note that, unlike in 1941, the drydocks are protected with anti-torpedo booms.Aerial view of Pearl Harbor Naval Shipyard, US Territory of Hawaii, 28 Jul 1942


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