The Ships of TG 77.4.3
USS Kalinin Bay (CVE-68) arriving at San Diego, California on 25 November 1944 for repair of damage received in the Battle off Samar a month earlier. The ship is painted in Camouflage Measure 33, Design 10A (NH 106571).
USS Fanshaw Bay (CVE-70) transporting aircraft on 17 January 1944. Among the planes parked on her flight deck are U.S. Army A-20, P-38 and P-47 types (NH 106573).
USS White Plains (CVE-66) in San Diego harbor, circa April 1944. She is being assisted by the harbor tug Wenonah (YT-148). White Plains is painted in Camouflage Measure 33, Design 10A (80-G-302258).
USS Gambier Bay (CVE-73) in port, April 1944. The ship is painted in Camouflage Measure 32, Design 15A (NH 79408).
USS Johnston (DD-557) off Seattle or Tacoma, Washington, 27 October 1943 (NH 63495).
USS John C. Butler (DE-339) underway, possibly off Boston Navy Yard, 29 May 1944 (L45-144.04.01).
USS St. Lo (CVE-63), formerly USS Midway., 7 April 1944 (80-G-47028).
USS Kitkun Bay (CVE-71), circa 1944 (U.S. Navy).
USS Hoel (DD-533), photographed from USS Kwajalein (CVE-98) during operations in the south Pacific, 10 August 1944. Hoel's camouflage is Measure 32, Design 1D (80-G-248122).
USS Heerman (DD-532) laying smoke early in the Battle off Samar, 25 October 1944 (80-G-270517).
USS Dennis (DE-405), possibly off Boston Navy Yard, 20 May 1944 (L45-74.08.01).
USS Raymond (DE-341), circa 1944 (L45-240.01.02).
USS Samuel B. Roberts (DE-413), photographed from USS Walter C. Wann (DE-412) in October 1944, a week or two before Samuel B. Roberts was lost in the Battle off Samar on 25 October 1944 (NH 96011).