Boston

CountryUnited States
Ship ClassBaltimore-class Heavy Cruiser
Hull NumberCA-69

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18 Dec 1944 Many ships from the United States Third Fleet, Task Force 38 sailed into Typhoon Cobra in the Philippine Sea. Three destroyers and 790 men were lost.

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USS Boston and USS Canberra practicing high-line operations for the transfer of WW2 Unknown Soldier, 22 Apr 1958USS Boston Memorial, Charlestown Navy Yard, Boston, Massachusetts, United States, 28 May 2013, photo 1 of 2USS Boston Memorial, Charlestown Navy Yard, Boston, Massachusetts, United States, 28 May 2013, photo 2 of 2




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Event(s) Participated:
» Typhoon Cobra
» Raid into the South China Sea

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USS Boston and USS Canberra practicing high-line operations for the transfer of WW2 Unknown Soldier, 22 Apr 1958
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