Quincy (Baltimore-class)

CountryUnited States
Ship ClassBaltimore-class Heavy Cruiser
Hull NumberCA-71

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4 Jun 1945 Many ships from the United States Third Fleet, primarily Task Groups 38.1 and 30.8 sailed into Typhoon Connie south of Japan. No ships were lost but 7 men lost their lives.

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General Dwight Eisenhower making an inspection visit aboard the cruiser USS Quincy (Baltimore-class) at Belfast Lough, Belfast, Northern Ireland, United Kingdom, 19 May 1944. Rear Admiral Alan Kirk is behind him.Franklin Roosevelt and Winston Churchill meeting at Malta aboard USS Quincy, 2 Feb 1945 in advance of the Yalta Conference with Joseph Stalin. With them are their daughters, Anna Boettiger and Sarah Oliver.Roosevelt and King Farouk of Egypt aboard USS Quincy in the Great Bitter Lake, Egypt, 13 Feb 1945Franklin Roosevelt and King Abdul-Aziz (Ibn Saud) of Saudi Arabia aboard USS Quincy, Great Bitter Lake, Egypt, 14 Feb 1945. The King is speaking to the interpreter, Marine Corps Colonel William A. Eddy (kneeling), minister to Saudi Arabia
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General Dwight Eisenhower making an inspection visit aboard the cruiser USS Quincy (Baltimore-class) at Belfast Lough, Belfast, Northern Ireland, United Kingdom, 19 May 1944. Rear Admiral Alan Kirk is behind him.
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