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Uss Hancock Launching at Anchor - Not a Hoax103 viewsThese photos are no Hoax as Shipmate Dennis Flynn told Jake about these pictures. Notice the Black Smoke - The Hannah's boilers had to give it all the steam she could for the cats this day. There was a lot of "Brass" present for this display.
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Uss Hancock Launching at Anchor - Not a Hoax110 viewsThese photos are no Hoax as Shipmate Dennis Flynn told Jake about these pictures. Notice the Black Smoke - The Hannah's boilers had to give it all the steam she could for the cats this day. There was a lot of "Brass" present for this display.
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Uss Hancock Launching at Anchor - 125 viewsThese photos are no Hoax as Shipmate Dennis Flynn told Jake about these pictures. Notice the Black Smoke - The Hannah's boilers had to give it all the steam she could for the cats this day. There was a lot of "Brass" present for this display.
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A popular WWII Picture of the 'Fighting Hannah'249 viewsThe USS Hancock shows her WWII Camouflage "Measure 32/14D" - I bet our WWII Shipmates forgot what they called it?
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A 'Clear' photo of the Hangar Bay 369 viewsSuch as Photo of this conjures up memories of long chow lines, busy with plane activity, etc., for any Carrier Sailor.
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Hancock with Loaded Deck273 viewsThis Photo was taken either when coming into Theater or leaving after war's end? Any ideas? Write and let us know.
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The USS Hancock taking on supplies and Fuel239 viewsThis is a rare photo taken of the Hancock during an 'at-sea underway replenishment’ also known as an 'unrep' by sailors - This evolution took place sometime and somewhere during WWII.
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Naval Aviation Magazine feature Photograph220 viewsThe cover of "Naval Aviation" magazine featured damage done to the Hancock's flight deck 15 October 1945
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Image donated by Max Pate - 201598 viewsAerial view of the San Francisco Naval Shipyard at Hunters Point, sometime between April and July 1968. USS Coral Sea (CVA-43) and USS Hancock (CVA-19) are easily identifiable. Also visible in this photo are Midway (CVA-41), undergoing her SCB-101.66 modernization in the drydock just aft of Coral Sea, and USS Oriskany (CVA-34), undergoing an 8-month overhaul in the background.
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Another popular WWII Picture of the 'Fighting Hannah'167 viewsThis Photo was taken from the Hancock History Book which was given shipmates after the War. It is one of the most famous and revered images of our Ship by WWII shipmates.
   
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