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Photo # 19-N-30484:  USS Hull at the Mare Island Navy Yard, 29 May 1942

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USS Hull (DD-350), 1935-1944 --
Group, Action and Closeup Views


This page features group, action and closeup views of Hull (DD-350).

For other images of this ship, see:

  • USS Hull (DD-350), 1935-1944.


    If you want higher resolution reproductions than the digital images presented here, see: "How to Obtain Photographic Reproductions."

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    Photo #: NH 68450

    Destroyer Squadron Twenty (DesRon 20)


    Five of the squadron's ships moored together, circa 1936.
    The destroyers are (from left to right): USS Dewey (DD-349), USS Farragut (DD-348), USS Worden (DD-352), USS Hull (DD-350) and USS Aylwin (DD-355).

    U.S. Naval Historical Center Photograph.

    Online Image: 92KB; 740 x 435 pixels

     
    Photo #: NH 54527

    USS Dobbin (AD-2)


    Photographed circa 1937, with several destroyers alongside. They include (from left to right): USS Phelps (DD-360), USS Worden (DD-332), USS MacDonough (DD-351), USS Dewey (DD-349) and USS Hull (DD-350).
    Note that some of these ships' hull numbers are painted close to the waterline, while others are about midway between the boot topping and the weather deck.

    Courtesy of BMGC Ralph E. Turpin, USN (Retired), 1963.

    U.S. Naval Historical Center Photograph.

    Online Image: 71KB; 740 x 455 pixels

     
    Photo #: NH 67286

    Destroyer Squadron Twenty (DesRon20)


    Patrol planes fly over DesRon20 destroyers, during an exhibition staged for Movietone News off San Diego, California, 14 September 1936.
    Planes include one PBY-1 of Patrol Squadron 11 (upper right), flying in formation with four P2Ys of Patrol Squadron 7. In the distance are four PM-1s of Patrol Squadron 9.
    Ships are steaming in line abreast, shortly after passing through a smokescreen. The three nearest the camera are (from right to left): Dewey (DD-349), Hull (DD-350) and Macdonough (DD-351).

    Courtesy of Commander Robert L. Ghormley, Jr., USN, 1969.

    U.S. Naval Historical Center Photograph.

    Online Image: 79KB; 740 x 590 pixels

     
    Photo #: 80-G-423380

    USS Dewey (DD-349)


    Maneuvering off San Diego, California, with other ships of Destroyer Squadron 20, during a demonstration for Movietone News, 14 September 1936.
    USS Hull (DD-350) is the next ship to starboard.

    Official U.S. Navy Photograph, now in the collections of the National Archives.

    Online Image: 95KB; 740 x 600 pixels

    Reproductions of this image may also be available through the National Archives photographic reproduction system.

     
    Photo #: NH 67293

    Destroyer Squadron Twenty (DesRon20)


    Steam through a smokescreen laid by planes of Patrol Squadrons Seven, Nine and Eleven, during an exhibition staged for Movietone News off San Diego, California, 14 September 1936.
    The ships are, from bottom to top: Farragut (DD-348), Dewey (DD-349), Hull (DD-350), Macdonough (DD-351), Worden (DD-352), Dale (DD-353), Monaghan (DD-354) and Aylwin (DD-355).

    Courtesy of Commander Robert L. Ghormley, Jr., USN, 1969.

    U.S. Naval Historical Center Photograph.

    Online Image: 80KB; 740 x 595 pixels

     
    Photo #: NH 78224

    Fleet Maneuvers, May 1937


    Three destroyers speed into position in the battle line, during annual U.S. Fleet maneuvers.
    They are, from left to right): USS Hull (DD-350), USS Worden (DD-352) and USS Macdonough (DD-351).

    Courtesy of the U.S. Naval Institute Photo Collection, Annapolis, Maryland.

    U.S. Naval Historical Center Photograph.

    Online Image: 83KB; 740 x 610 pixels

     
    Photo #: 80-G-33045

    Pearl Harbor Attack, 7 December 1941


    View taken around 0926 hrs. in the morning of 7 December, from an automobile on the road in the Aiea area, looking about WSW with destroyer moorings closest to the camera.
    In the center of the photograph are: USS Dobbin (AD-3), with destroyers Hull (DD-350), Dewey (DD-349), Worden (DD-352) and MacDonough (DD-351) alongside. The ship just to the left of that group is USS Phelps (DD-360), with got underway on two boilers around 0926 hrs.
    The group further to the right consists of: USS Whitney (AD-4), with destroyers Conyngham (DD-371), Reid (DD-369), Tucker (DD-374), Case (DD-370) and Selfridge (DD-357) alongside.
    USS Solace (AH-5) is barely visible at the far left.

    Official U.S. Navy Photograph, now in the collections of the National Archives.

    Online Image: 90KB; 740 x 605 pixels

    Reproductions of this image may also be available through the National Archives photographic reproduction system.

     
    Photo #: NH 83109

    Pearl Harbor Raid, 7 December 1941


    Chart showing the positions of ships inside Pearl Harbor at the time of the Japanese Attack, at about 0800 on 7 December.
    The orientation of the compass direction arrow in the chart's center is turned approximately 45 degrees too far in a counterclockwise direction. Some of the ships moored in "nests" in the northern part of the harbor are listed in incorrect order.

    Collection of Vice Admiral Homer N. Wallin, USN(Retired), 1975.

    U.S. Naval Historical Center Photograph.

    Online Image: 131KB; 915 x 1075 pixels

     
    Photo #: 19-N-30484

    USS Hull (DD-350)


    Plan view amidships, looking aft, taken at the Mare Island Navy Yard, California, 29 May 1942.
    Note the sacks of potatos and crates of other provisions by the after smokestack.

    Photograph from the Bureau of Ships Collection in the U.S. National Archives.

    Online Image: 134KB; 740 x 595 pixels

    Reproductions of this image may also be available through the National Archives photographic reproduction system.

     

    For other images of this ship, see:

  • USS Hull (DD-350), 1935-1944.


    If you want higher resolution reproductions than the digital images presented here, see: "How to Obtain Photographic Reproductions."


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