Photo #: 80-G-21886
North Africa Invasion, November 1942
USS Hambleton (DD-455) tied up alongside USS George Clymer (AP-57), after being torpedoed amidships off Fedala, Morocco, on 11 November 1942.
Photographed at Casablanca some days later. Other ships present are USS Henry T. Allen (AP-30), at left, and the French merchant ship De La Salle, at right.
Official U.S. Navy Photograph, now in the collections of the National Archives.
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3 February 2004