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80-G-276944 Pearl Harbor LST Explosion, 21 May 1944

Photo #: 80-G-276944  Pearl Harbor LST Explosion, 21 May 1944
Title: Pearl Harbor LST Explosion, 21 May 1944
Description: USS LST-480 burned out and grounded on Intrepid Point, West Loch, on 22 May 1944. Note the especially extensive damage to the LST's after part and to her starboard bow area. A pontoon causeway is floating along LST-480's starboard side, and the Coast Guard Cutter Woodbine (WAGL-289) is nosed in at her stern. Official U.S. Navy Photograph, now in the collections of the National Archives.
Catalog #: 80-G-276944
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