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“USS Morris (DD-417). Starboard view from director’s deck of damage by a Japanese suicide plane while operating off Kerama Retto, c. June 1945. Damage received in Kamikaze attack on 6 April 1945.”
(NHHC: NH 94448)

“USS Morris (DD-417). Starboard view from director’s deck of damage by a Japanese suicide plane while operating off Kerama Retto, c. June 1945. Damage received in Kamikaze attack on 6 April 1945.”

(NHHC: NH 94448)

“USS Tennessee (BB-43) training her guns on Okinawa, during the initial landings there, 1 April 1945.”
(NHHC: 80-G-314670)

“USS Tennessee (BB-43) training her guns on Okinawa, during the initial landings there, 1 April 1945.”

(NHHC: 80-G-314670)

“USS Miami (CL-89) at Trinidad, British West Indies, with her crew at quarters on deck, 19 February 1944. Note her Measure 32, Design 1d camouflage, considerably worn away forward by wave action. Miami was then on her shakedown cruise. Photographed...

“USS Miami (CL-89) at Trinidad, British West Indies, with her crew at quarters on deck, 19 February 1944. Note her Measure 32, Design 1d camouflage, considerably worn away forward by wave action. Miami was then on her shakedown cruise. Photographed from USS Quincy (CA-71).”

(NHHC: NH 98404)

“USS Ward (APD-16) burning in Ormoc Bay, Leyte, after being struck by a Kamikaze, 7 December 1944. During the landings there.”
(NHHC: 80-G-270774)

“USS Ward (APD-16) burning in Ormoc Bay, Leyte, after being struck by a Kamikaze, 7 December 1944. During the landings there.”

(NHHC: 80-G-270774)

“USS Rescue  (AH-18) underway on 2 March 1945. She carries the standard wartime hospital ship markings of a small red cross amidships with a long stripe.”
(NHHC: 80-G-439636)

“USS Rescue (AH-18) underway on 2 March 1945. She carries the standard wartime hospital ship markings of a small red cross amidships with a long stripe.”

(NHHC: 80-G-439636)

“USS Arkansas (BB-33) off San Pedro, California, 1 January 1945.”
(NHHC: 19-N-77076)

“USS Arkansas (BB-33) off San Pedro, California, 1 January 1945.”

(NHHC: 19-N-77076)

“U.S. Navy battleship bombards Guam during the pre-invasion bombardment, 20 July 1944. 14" guns are firing while 5"/25 guns stand by.”
(NHHC: 80-G-59462)

“U.S. Navy battleship bombards Guam during the pre-invasion bombardment, 20 July 1944. 14" guns are firing while 5"/25 guns stand by.”

(NHHC: 80-G-59462)

“USS Portland (CA-33). View looking aft from the foredeck while at sea in 1944. Note the ship’s two forward 8/55 gun turrets and the arrangement of her forward superstructure. A Mk.33 gun director with Mk.28 fire control radar is atop the pilothouse....

“USS Portland (CA-33). View looking aft from the foredeck while at sea in 1944. Note the ship’s two forward 8/55 gun turrets and the arrangement of her forward superstructure. A Mk.33 gun director with Mk.28 fire control radar is atop the pilothouse. Director atop the tripod foremast is a Mk.34, with Mk.8 fire control radar. The large radar antenna at the foremast peak is a SK. Courtesy of Vice Admiral T.G.W. Settle, USN (Retired), 1975.”

(NHHC: NH 82031)

“USS Singbee (DD-502) photographed from USS Miami after a Kamikaze cut off her stern, off Okinawa, on 14 April 1945. She was towed to port and repaired.”
(NHHC: 80-G-328579)

“USS Singbee (DD-502) photographed from USS Miami after a Kamikaze cut off her stern, off Okinawa, on 14 April 1945. She was towed to port and repaired.”

(NHHC: 80-G-328579)

USS Leutze (DD-481) on 9 April 1945 following a Kamikaze attack off Okinawa.
(NHHC: NH 69110)

USS Leutze (DD-481) on 9 April 1945 following a Kamikaze attack off Okinawa.

(NHHC: NH 69110)