Kinkaid aboard Indianapolis (front row, near center), 1937Kinkaid aboard Enterprise, 22 Jul 1942Kinkaid reading in his quarters on Adak, Aleutian Islands, 14 May 1943Theodore Wilkinson, Thomas Kinkaid, and Daniel Barbey, circa 1944
Kinkaid aboard Indianapolis (front row, near center), 1937Kinkaid aboard Enterprise, 22 Jul 1942Kinkaid reading in his quarters on Adak, Aleutian Islands, 14 May 1943Theodore Wilkinson, Thomas Kinkaid, and Daniel Barbey, circa 1944
Barbey and Kinkaid over a map of New Guinea, 5 Jan 1944Vice Admiral Thomas Kinkaid, General Douglas MacArthur, and Colonel Lloyd Labrbas aboard cruiser Phoenix during bombardment of Los Negros Island, 28 Feb 1944; note 40-mm gun mount in backgroundKinkaid aboard a motor torpedo boat in the Leyte-Samar area, Philippines, 1945Kinkaid portrait, circa 1945
Barbey and Kinkaid over a map of New Guinea, 5 Jan 1944Vice Admiral Thomas Kinkaid, General Douglas MacArthur, and Colonel Lloyd Labrbas aboard cruiser Phoenix during bombardment of Los Negros Island, 28 Feb 1944; note 40-mm gun mount in backgroundKinkaid aboard a motor torpedo boat in the Leyte-Samar area, Philippines, 1945Kinkaid portrait, circa 1945
Kinkaid aboard USS Wasatch in Lingayen Gulf, Leyte, Philippines, 9 Jan 1945Thomas Kinkaid and John Hodge accepted Japanese surrender in the General Government Building in Seoul, Korea, 9 Sep 1945Kinkaid portrait, circa 1946-1950Senior US military officers saluting as Forrest Sherman
Kinkaid aboard USS Wasatch in Lingayen Gulf, Leyte, Philippines, 9 Jan 1945Thomas Kinkaid and John Hodge accepted Japanese surrender in the General Government Building in Seoul, Korea, 9 Sep 1945Kinkaid portrait, circa 1946-1950Senior US military officers saluting as Forrest Sherman's body arrived at Washington National Airport, Virginia, United States, 25 Jul 1951
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