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80-G-417996. USS Juneau (CLAA-119). Receives ammunition and fuel at Sasebo, Japan, on 6 July 1950. Flagship of Rear Admiral John M. Higgins, Commander, Task Group 96.5, Juneau actively patrolled and bombarded along the Korean east coast from 28 June to 5 July 1950. She was the first U.S. Navy cruiser to see combat action during the Korean War. Note Japanese floating crane alongside. Official U.S. Navy Photograph, now in the collections of the National Archives.

80-G-417996. USS Juneau (CLAA-119). Receives ammunition and fuel at Sasebo, Japan, on 6 July 1950. Flagship of Rear Admiral John M. Higgins, Commander, Task Group 96.5, Juneau actively patrolled and bombarded along the Korean east coast from 28 June to 5 July 1950. She was the first U.S. Navy cruiser to see combat action during the Korean War. Note Japanese floating crane alongside. Official U.S. Navy Photograph, now in the collections of the National Archives.

80-G-424598. USS Toledo (CA-133) and USS Juneau (CLAA-119). Moored at Naval Operating Base, Yokosuka, Japan, following Korean War operations. Photographed during July-October 1950, possibly in late October, just before Toledo departed Yokosuka to return to the U.S. for overhaul. Note the comparative sizes of these two cruisers. Official U.S. Navy Photograph, now in the collections of the National Archives.

80-G-424598. USS Toledo (CA-133) and USS Juneau (CLAA-119). Moored at Naval Operating Base, Yokosuka, Japan, following Korean War operations. Photographed during July-October 1950, possibly in late October, just before Toledo departed Yokosuka to return to the U.S. for overhaul. Note the comparative sizes of these two cruisers. Official U.S. Navy Photograph, now in the collections of the National Archives.

BATTLE CRY, Dec. 1955, Korean War POW story.

BATTLE CRY, Dec. 1955, Korean War POW story.

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NH 103336. USS Sausalito (PF-4). View looking forward from the ship's port bridge wing, circa 1952. Probably taken at Yokosuka, Japan Photographed by James Edward Taylor, who was then a member of Sausalito's crew. Note the ship's # 2 3"/50 gun mount, with a training limit framework around it to prevent firing into the ship's own structure. A floater net bin is in the lower left. Collection of James Edward Taylor. Courtesy of his wife, Mary A. Taylor, 2005. U.S. Naval History and Heritage...

NH 103336. USS Sausalito (PF-4). View looking forward from the ship's port bridge wing, circa 1952. Probably taken at Yokosuka, Japan Photographed by James Edward Taylor, who was then a member of Sausalito's crew. Note the ship's # 2 3"/50 gun mount, with a training limit framework around it to prevent firing into the ship's own structure. A floater net bin is in the lower left. Collection of James Edward Taylor. Courtesy of his wife, Mary A. Taylor, 2005. U.S. Naval History and Heritage...

NH 103338. USS Sausalito (PF-4). View looking aft from the ship's port bridge wing, circa 1952. Probably taken at Yokosuka, Japan Photographed by James Edward Taylor, who was then a member of Sausalito's crew. A U.S. Navy submarine is visible in the middle distance. Collection of James Edward Taylor. Courtesy of his wife, Mary A. Taylor, 2005. U.S. Naval History and Heritage Command Photograph.

NH 103338. USS Sausalito (PF-4). View looking aft from the ship's port bridge wing, circa 1952. Probably taken at Yokosuka, Japan Photographed by James Edward Taylor, who was then a member of Sausalito's crew. A U.S. Navy submarine is visible in the middle distance. Collection of James Edward Taylor. Courtesy of his wife, Mary A. Taylor, 2005. U.S. Naval History and Heritage Command Photograph.

NH 103337. USS Sausalito (PF-4). View looking aft from the ship's signal bridge, circa 1952. Probably taken at Yokosuka, Japan Photographed by James Edward Taylor, who was then a member of Sausalito's crew. Note Sausalito's smokestack, signal flag bag and radio-direction finding loop. Collection of James Edward Taylor. Courtesy of his wife, Mary A. Taylor, 2005. U.S. Naval History and Heritage Command Photograph.

NH 103337. USS Sausalito (PF-4). View looking aft from the ship's signal bridge, circa 1952. Probably taken at Yokosuka, Japan Photographed by James Edward Taylor, who was then a member of Sausalito's crew. Note Sausalito's smokestack, signal flag bag and radio-direction finding loop. Collection of James Edward Taylor. Courtesy of his wife, Mary A. Taylor, 2005. U.S. Naval History and Heritage Command Photograph.

80-G-418734. USS Valley Forge (CV-45) (left) and USS Philippine Sea (CV-47) (center) At their anchorages at Sasebo, Japan, during Korean War resupply activities, 23 August 1950. The ship in the right distance is USS Rochester (CA-124). Official U.S. Navy Photograph, now in the collections of the National Archives.

80-G-418734. USS Valley Forge (CV-45) (left) and USS Philippine Sea (CV-47) (center) At their anchorages at Sasebo, Japan, during Korean War resupply activities, 23 August 1950. The ship in the right distance is USS Rochester (CA-124). Official U.S. Navy Photograph, now in the collections of the National Archives.

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