A Navy machine gun crew watches intently as Japanese aircraft depart the scene after the attack on Dutch Harbor, Alaska, on 3 June 1942. Smoke in background is from the freighter SS Northwestern, set ablaze by a dive bomber (80-G-11749).
Funeral of USS Salt Lake City (CA-25) crewmen Lieutenant Commander Winsor Colvig Gale and Fireman Second Class Frederick David, who were killed by shrapnel during the action. Photographed at Dutch Harbor, Alaska, soon after the battle (80-G-50249).
A Japanese transport is sinking and two other transports are on fire after U.S. attack on the Japanese base at Kiska, 16 June 1942. The photo probably shows the sinking of Nissan Maru on 18 June 1942 (80-G-11686).
A soldier makes friends with a dog left behind during the Japanese evacuation of Kiska in late July 1943. In the background is the former Japanese central control shack, which was found in such good condition that it was immediately put to use as the U.S. telephone central. Photographed on 15 August 1943, the first day of the Kiska landings (80-G-54569).
USS Salt Lake City's 8-inch/55-caliber guns of turret number 3, showing heat scale on the tubes from extensive firing during the Komandorskis action, taken at Dutch Harbor on 30 March 1943. Note snow falling (80-G-50221).
Soldiers disembarking from LCPR- and LCM-type landing craft on the beach at Massacre Bay, Attu, on 12 May 1943. Boats are from USS Heywood (APA-6). Note the military policeman overseeing operations from his position near the right side of the image (80-G-50848).