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Courtesy of CAPT Gene Oleson, CHC, USN (Ret)
(bluejacket.com)

USS KEARSARGE   (CV-33)
(later CVA-33 and CVS-33)



Flag Hoist/Radio Call Sign: November - Tango - India - Lima
Tactical Voice Radio Call: "WILDCAT"


CLASS - ESSEX (Long Hull) AKA TICONDEROGA
Displacement 27,100 Tons, Dimensions, 888' (oa) x 93' x 28' 7" (Max)
Armament 12 x 5"/38AA, 32 x 40mm, 46 x 20mm, 82 Aircraft.
Armor, 4" Belt, 2 1/2" Hanger deck, 1 1/2" Deck, 1 1/2" Conning Tower.
Machinery, 150,000 SHP; Westinghouse Geared Turbines, 4 screws
Speed, 33 Knots, Crew 3448.

Operational and Building Data

The third Kearsarge (CV-33) was launched 5 May 1945
by the New York Naval Shipyard, New York and commissioned 2 March 1946.


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The Early Years
CV-33 Kearsarge
NS023336
183k

Kearsarge (CV-33) slides down the ways from the New York Navy Yard, Brooklyn, NY, on Saturday, 5 May 1945, after being christened by the ship's sponsor, Mrs. Aubrey W. Fitch, wife of Vice Admiral Aubrey W. Fitch, USN, Deputy Chief of Naval Operations (Air).

Robert M. Cieri
CV-33 Kearsarge
NS023340
195k

USS Kearsarge (CV-33) at the New York Naval Shipyard, Naval Base Station, Brooklyn, N.Y., 27 March 1946. The CVE in the background is USS Wake Island (CVE-65).

Photos NS023341 and NS023342 appear to have been taken on or about the same date.

Pieter Bakels
CV-33 Kearsarge
NS023341
147k
CV-33 Kearsarge
NS023342
162k
CV-33 Kearsarge
NS023337
86k

A photo of USS Kearsarge (CV-33) taken 13 April 1946. No location data. USN Official Photo from NAS NYNY, photo number 11211-4-46.

Looks like USS Montauk (LSV-6) and USS Lyon (AP-71) are in the background.

David Buell
CV-33 Kearsarge
NS023370
153k

An SB2C-5 Helldiver of Attack Squadron (VA) 34 pictured in the midst of a spectacular barrier crash on the flight deck of USS Kearsarge (CV-33) during operations in the Atlantic Ocean, circa 1948. U.S. Navy photo.

Pieter Bakels
CV-33 Kearsarge
NS023304
105k

Sikorski HO3S-1 helicopter in flight over the carrier's flight deck, during Operation "Frigid", November 1948.

Official U.S. Navy Photograph, now in the collections of the National Archives (photo # 80-G-K-9495).

Scott Dyben
CV-33 Kearsarge
NS023344
103k

USS Kearsarge (CV-33) at anchor with boat booms swung outboard and liberty boats alongside, while operating in the Mediterranean in 1948, location unknown. The aircraft ranged on deck include Bearcats, Avengers and Helldivers. U.S. National Archives photo, from "Jets at Sea," by Leo Marriott.

Robert Hurst
CV-33 Kearsarge
NS023310
96k

USS Kearsarge (CV-33) in a harbor during the later 1940s, with her crew paraded on the flight deck for inspection.

Official U.S. Navy Photograph, from the collections of the Naval Historical Center (# NH 97402).

NHC
CV-33 Kearsarge
NS023315
211k

USS Kearsarge (CV-33),mid- to late-1940s.

Paul Petosky, SSG, US Army (retired)
CV-33 Kearsarge
NS023321
65k

At anchor, probably in the late 1940s.

Ric Hedman TN(SS), USS Flasher and USS Cusk
CV-33 Kearsarge
NS023322
114k

Have you ever wondered why this structure is called "island"? Photo probably taken in the late 1940s.

Ric Hedman TN(SS), USS Flasher and USS Cusk
CV-33 Kearsarge
NS023347
122k

A Martin AM-1 Mauler of Attack Squadron (VA) 174 "Battering Rams" taking off from the aircraft carrier USS Kearsarge (CV-33) during carrier qualifications, 27 December 1948. The tests took place in the Atlantic Ocean off Naval Air Station Quonset Point, Rhode Island. USN photo from Naval Aviation News, February 1949; also National Museum of Naval Aviation photo #1996.253.1857.

Robert Hurst
SCB-27A Modernization
CV-33 Kearsarge
NS023359
110k

"View of After Main Centerline Elevator looking forward. Soft patch removed on second deck." Puget Sound Naval Shipyard, 19 March 1951. Photo NY8-4995. Ripping out the centerline elevator before plating this area over.

Seattle NARA, Puget Sound Naval Shipyard General Correspondence Files, 1947-58.

Tracy White, Researcher @ Large
CV-33 Kearsarge
NS023360
79k

'3"/50 Cal. Gun Sponson Fr. 180 Port.' Puget Sound Naval Shipyard, 16 May 1951. Photo NY8-5189.

Seattle NARA, Puget Sound Naval Shipyard General Correspondence Files, 1947-58.

CV-33 Kearsarge
NS023360a
84k

'3"/50 Cal. Gun Sponson Fr. 108 Stbd.' Puget Sound Naval Shipyard, 16 May 1951. Photo NY8-5190.

Seattle NARA, Puget Sound Naval Shipyard General Correspondence Files, 1947-58.

CV-33 Kearsarge
NS023361
73k

"Fwd. Main Centerline Elevator Platform Complete, awaiting delivery of machinery for installation." Puget Sound Naval Shipyard, 29 May 1951. Photo NY8-5245.

Seattle NARA, Puget Sound Naval Shipyard General Correspondence Files, 1947-58.

CV-33 Kearsarge
NS023362
87k

'3"/50 Cal. Sponsons and Secondary Conning Station, Bow.' Puget Sound Naval Shipyard, 18 June 1951. Photo NY8-5317. Also note the scaffolding on the sides for blister work.

Seattle NARA, Puget Sound Naval Shipyard General Correspondence Files, 1947-58.

CV-33 Kearsarge
NS023363
115k

"Stbd. Catapult Track Fdn." Puget Sound Naval Shipyard, 18 July 1951. Photo NY8-5351.

Seattle NARA, Puget Sound Naval Shipyard General Correspondence Files, 1947-58.

CV-33 Kearsarge
NS023364
100k

'3"/50 cal. Gun Sponson stbd. for Mounts No. 33 and 35.' Puget Sound Naval Shipyard, 20 August 1951. Photo NY8-5537.

Seattle NARA, Puget Sound Naval Shipyard General Correspondence Files, 1947-58.

CV-33 Kearsarge
NS023365
103k

"View from port side showing #3 and #4 Propellers after installation." Puget Sound Naval Shipyard, 19 September 1951. Photo NY8-5619.

Seattle NARA, Puget Sound Naval Shipyard General Correspondence Files, 1947-58.

CV-33 Kearsarge
NS023366
88k

"View of Island looking aft from Flight Deck." Puget Sound Naval Shipyard, 27 November 1951. Photo NY8-5783.

Seattle NARA, Puget Sound Naval Shipyard General Correspondence Files, 1947-58.

Tracy White, Researcher @ Large
CV-33 Kearsarge
NS023366a
101k

"View of Flight Deck looking down from 07 tower level." Puget Sound Naval Shipyard, 27 November 1951. Photo NY8-5785.

Seattle NARA, Puget Sound Naval Shipyard General Correspondence Files, 1947-58.

CV-33 Kearsarge
NS023366b
57k

'View of Stbd. Bow showing 3"/50 cal. Mounts in place.' Puget Sound Naval Shipyard, 27 November 1951. Photo NY8-5786.

Seattle NARA, Puget Sound Naval Shipyard General Correspondence Files, 1947-58.

CV-33 Kearsarge
NS023367
70k

"Stbd. Profile of Island & Mainmast." Puget Sound Naval Shipyard, 20 December 1951. Photo NY8-5861.

Seattle NARA, Puget Sound Naval Shipyard General Correspondence Files, 1947-58.

CV-33 Kearsarge
NS023367a
78k

"Port Profile showing Boat & Airplane Crane Boom in place." Puget Sound Naval Shipyard, 20 December 1951. Photo NY8-5862.

Seattle NARA, Puget Sound Naval Shipyard General Correspondence Files, 1947-58.

CV-33 Kearsarge
NS023368
81k

"Island Structure looking Aft from Stbd side of Flight Deck." Puget Sound Naval Shipyard, 16 January 1952. Photo NY8-5935.

Seattle NARA, Puget Sound Naval Shipyard General Correspondence Files, 1947-58.

CV-33 Kearsarge
NS023368a
55k

"Aft Hangar Division Doors, looking Aft from Frame 122." Puget Sound Naval Shipyard, 16 January 1952. Photo NY8-5938.

Seattle NARA, Puget Sound Naval Shipyard General Correspondence Files, 1947-58.

CV-33 Kearsarge
NS023368b
68k

"Electric Stairway looking Fwd from Fr. 102." Puget Sound Naval Shipyard, 16 January 1952. Photo NY8-5940.

Seattle NARA, Puget Sound Naval Shipyard General Correspondence Files, 1947-58.

Korea
CV-33 Kearsarge
NS023333
133k

Aerial view of USS Kearsarge, after SCB-27A modernization.

David Buell
CVA-33 Kearsarge
NS023348
104k

USS Kearsarge underway during her WestPac/Korean War deployment, 11 August 1952–17 March 1953. Parked aft on deck are F2H-2 Banshees from Fighting Squadron (VF) 11 "Red Rippers," tail code "T," and at least one F2H-2P Banshee from Composite Squadron (VC) 61 Det. F "Eyes of the Fleet," tail code "PP."

Photo by LT(JG) Philip Nelson, USS McNair (DD-679).

Steve Nelson, for his father,
LT(JG) Philip Nelson, hometown of Tulsa, OK
CVA-33 Kearsarge
NS023338
107k

"F2H-2 Banshee jet fighters—members of Fighting Squadron Eleven—return to carrier USS Kearsarge (CVA-33) after flying mission over North Korea."

All Hands magazine, June 1953 issue (photo taken in 1952).

Stanley Svec
CVA-33 Kearsarge
NS023319
42k

Aerial view of USS Kearsarge (CVA-33) with Task Force 77, circa 1953 (photo # NAH-001131).

NHC
CVA-33 Kearsarge
NS023355
111k

Grumman F9F-5 Panthers of VF-112 "Fighting Twelve" aboard USS Kearsarge (CVA-33) being prepared for launching, circa 1953. Photo US Navy.

Robert Hurst
CVA-33 Kearsarge
NS023369
413k

A McDonnell F2H-2 Banshee fighter drops a 250-pound bomb on a North Korean target. Photograph is dated 6 March 1953, but was taken earlier than that. This plane is from USS Kearsarge (CVA-33).

Official U.S. Navy Photograph, now in the collections of the National Archives (# 80-G-479814).

Courtesy of Scott Koen & ussnewyork.com
CVA-33 Kearsarge
NS023323
191k

Dry-docking, Long Beach Naval Shipyard, 1953.

Richard Miller BMCS USNR Ret. USS Vega
CVA-33 Kearsarge
NS023324
95k

USS Kearsarge (CVA-33) after SCB-27A modernization, sometime in 1952–1954. From Our Navy magazine, First of May 1954.

Stanley Svec
CVA-33 Kearsarge
NS023311
112k

USS Kearsarge (CVA-33) with two AJ Savage heavy attack aircraft on her flight deck, following her SCB-27A modernization, circa 1952-55.

Official U.S. Navy Photograph, from the collections of the Naval Historical Center (# NH 97403).

NHC
CVA-33 Kearsarge
NS023318
87k

This photo was taken in Hong Kong harbor, circa 1952-55, and presents the contrast between a Chinese junk and one of our carriers

Dean C. Andrus, DK2, USS Alfred A. Cunningham (DD-752) 1951-54,
via Mark Roberts
CVA-33 Kearsarge
NS023334
211k

Aerial view of USS Kearsarge underway, possibly in 1953–1954.

David Buell
After SCB-125 Modernization
CVS-33 Kearsarge
NS023320
41k

USS Kearsarge (CVS-33) after addition of angled deck (photo # NAH-003841).

NHC
CV-33 Kearsarge
NS023301
15k Undated, after 1956-57 modernization (SCB-125). USN
CVS-33 Kearsarge
NS023335
84k

USS Kearsarge underway with an unidentified replenishment ship alongside, date and location unknown.

Robert Hurst
CVS-33 Kearsarge
NS023339
83k

USS Kearsarge (CVS-33) approaching the Golden Gate, 1957.

(Digitally enhanced by Tom Kermen.)

Bob Bobster
CVA-33 Kearsarge
NS023325
87k

Standing out of San Diego, circa 1957.

Richard Miller BMCS USNR Ret. USS Vega
CVA-33 Kearsarge
NS023350
120k

A Douglas AD-5W Skyraider (BuNo 132751) of Airborne Early Warning squadron (VAW) 11 Det. J, "Early Eleven," on the deck of the aircraft carrier USS Kearsarge (CVA-33) in the Western Pacific. VAW-11 Det. J was assigned to Air Task Group (ATG) 3 aboard Kearsarge for a deployment to WestPac from 9 August 1957 to 2 April 1958. National Museum of Naval Aviation photo (# 1996.253.2225).

Robert Hurst
CVS-33 Kearsarge
NS023326
93k

Long Beach Naval Shipyard, circa 1960.

Don Bodron, Captain, USCG (Ret.)
CVS-33 Kearsarge
NS023351
89k

A series of nine photos taken aboard USS Kearsarge (CVS-33) in May 1960.

Grumman S2F Tracker, apparently attached to Anti-Submarine Squadron (VS) 21 "Lightning Bolts," part of Antisubmarine Carrier Air Group (CVSG) 53, about to launch from the starboard catapult.

Gary Schreffler
CVS-33 Kearsarge
NS023351a
80k
CVS-33 Kearsarge
NS023352
121k

Piasecki HUP-2 Retriever, BuNo 128585, modex UP32, Helicopter Utility Squadron (HU) 1 "Pacific Fleet Angels."

CVS-33 Kearsarge
NS023352a
93k
CVS-33 Kearsarge
NS023352b
99k
CVS-33 Kearsarge
NS023352c
88k
CVS-33 Kearsarge
NS023352d
89k
CVS-33 Kearsarge
NS023353
97k

This plane, recovering aboard Kearsarge, appears to be a McDonnell F3H Demon attached to VF-121 "Pacemakers," the West Coast training unit for pilots and support personnel. VF-121 Demons had a red nose, tail, and tail plane outer tips.

CVS-33 Kearsarge
NS023354
95k

Grumman F9F-8T Cougar (a two-seat trainer aka "Twogar") recovering aboard Kearsarge.

CVS-33 Kearsarge
NS023327
142k

October 3, 1960, with the aircraft used by the "Blue Angels" since their organization, lined up forward of the island.

Robert M. Cieri
CVS-33 Kearsarge
NS023345
194k

USS Kearsarge (CVS-33) underway with Antisubmarine Carrier Air Group 53 (CVSG-53) aboard, first half of the 1960s.

Michael Donegan
CVS-33 Kearsarge
NS023346
89k

"ENEMY SUB KILLERS — Nestled alongside the U.S.S. Kearsarge (CVS-33) at San Diego, are three modern destroyer escorts and three destroyers of the COMCRUDESPAC force. The carrier and her group of 'greyhound' make up a Navy Hunter-Killer Group now operating in the Pacific. Included are the (outboard in) USS Bridget (DE-1024), USS Evans (DE-1023), USS Hooper (DE-1026) all of CORTRON THREE; USS Lofberg (DD-759), USS Taussig (DD-746) and the USS John A. Bole (DD-755), all of DESDIV 72." Official U.S. Navy photograph dated 4 March 1961.

Hoyt "Bud" Colburn collection,
via Carol Edgemon Hipperson,
author of "Radioman: An Eyewitness Account of Pearl Harbor & World War II in the Pacific
CVS-33 Kearsarge
NS023332
174k

Three Navy SH-3A Sea King helicopters, #60, 62 and 55, from Squadron HS-6 "Indians," flying over USS Kearsarge (CVS-33). Location unknown. Time frame is probably 1962–1964.

Photo from the Adriani-Evans Collection.

John N. Adriani, Sr.
CVS-33 Kearsarge
NS023312
138k

Sigma 7 Project Mercury Space Capsule is towed toward USS Kearsarge (CVS-33) for pickup, after its orbital flight with astronaut (Commander, USN) Walter Schirra on board, 3 October 1962. Note rescue swimmer on the capsule's flotation collar, and a Kearsarge 26-foot motor whaleboat standing by.

Official U.S. Navy Photograph, from the collections of the Naval Historical Center (# NH 97404).

NHC
CVS-33 Kearsarge
NS023312a
42k

USS Kearsarge (CVS-33) near Honolulu, 3 October 1962. Astronaut Walter M. Schirra emerges from Sigma 7 spacecraft after being hoisted aboard carrier.

CVS-33 Kearsarge
NS023312b
78k

USS Kearsarge (CVS-33) returns to Pearl Harbor with astronaut "Wally" Schirra and his space capsule, October 1962.

(From "Warship Boneyards," by Kit Bonner and Carolyn Bonner. Author's collection.)

Robert Hurst
CVS-33 Kearsarge
NS0544550
207k

Pacific Ocean, 15 May 1963, crew members of the aircraft carrier USS Kearsarge (CVS-33) spell out "Mercury 9" on the ship's flight deck while accompanied by USS Fletcher (DD-445). The ships were steaming toward the recovery area, where astronaut Gordon Cooper was expected to splash down in his Faith 7, Mercury space capsule. US Navy photo cataloged by NASA.

Robert M. Cieri
CVS-33 Kearsarge
NS023358
483k

"SAILORS ABOARD THE KEARSARGE photograph and inspect Astronaut Gordon Cooper's space capsule, Faith 7, during voyage from Cooper's splashdown point to Hawaii."

UPI Telephoto, courtesy of the Chicago Tribune.

Tommy Trampp
CVS-33 Kearsarge
NS023305
80k

Two A-4C "Skyhawk" aircraft, of Attack Squadron 146 (VA-146), fly past USS Kearsarge (CVS-33), 12 August 1964. These planes, from USS Constellation (CVA-64), are Bureau #s 149551 and 149570.

Official U.S. Navy Photograph (photo # USN 1107965).

Scott Dyben
CVS-33 Kearsarge
NS023313
136k

USS Kearsarge (CVS-33) at sea, 12 December 1965. She has nine A-4 attack jets on her flight deck, as well as one S-2 anti-submarine plane. Photographed by PH3 Michael D. Stearns.

Official U.S. Navy Photograph (# USN 1117602).

NHC
CVS-33 Kearsarge
NS023306
153k

USS Kearsarge (CVS-33) underway in Hawaiian waters, 5 July 1966, with S-2 and E-1B airplanes and SH-3 helicopters on her flight deck. Photographed by Ph1(AC) R. Sheffield.

Official U.S. Navy Photograph (photo # KN-13416).

Scott Dyben
CVS-33 Kearsarge
NS023328
157k

March 1967, steaming off the coast of Southern California.

Robert M. Cieri
CVS-33 Kearsarge
NS023314
109k

Sikorski SH-3A Sea King helicopters, of Helicopter Anti-Submarine Squadron Six (HS-6) lift off from the flight deck of USS Kearsarge (CVS-33) as she enters Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, 27 June 1967. The USS Arizona Memorial is in the distance. Helicopter at left is Bureau # 152124. Photographed by PH3 B.L. Kleckner.

Official U.S. Navy Photograph (# USN 1124878).

NHC
CVS-33 Kearsarge
NS023329
191k

Overhead look at Aircraft Carriers and Amphibious Assault Ships (Helicopter) at Long Beach Naval Shipyard, July 1967. Left to right: USS Kitty Hawk (CVA-63), USS Bennington (CVS-20), USS Kearsarge (CVS-33), USS Princeton (LPH-5), USS Valley Forge (LPH-8), USS Yorktown (CVS-10, top right corner).

Richard Miller BMCS USNR Ret. USS Vega
CVS-33 Kearsarge
NS023331
182k

USS Kearsarge (CVS-33) underway with Antisubmarine Carrier Air Group 53 (CVSG-53) aboard, circa 1967-1968.

Robert M. Cieri
CVS-33 Kearsarge
NS023307
97k

USS Kearsarge (CVS-33) underway in the Pacific Ocean, 5 December 1968.

Official U.S. Navy Photograph (photo # KN-18336).

Scott Dyben
CVS-33 Kearsarge
NS023308
93k

Yokosuka, Japan, circa 1969. Bow of USS Oklahoma City (CLG-5) in the left foreground.

David Guerra
CVS-33 Kearsarge
NS023372
92k

Left to right: USS Frank E. Evans (DD-754); an unidentified auxiliary, possibly USS Castor (AKS-1); and USS Kearsarge (CVS-33). Circa 1964–68.

(See NS023371 and NS023349.)

Ray "Dutchy" Brauer, RAN, 1964–1988
CVS-33 Kearsarge
NS023371
65k

Douglas A-4G Skyhawk, BuNo N13-154907, RAN Hull Code 886, VF-805 Squadron, HMAS Melbourne (CVS-21), traps aboard USS Kearsarge (CVS-33) during Crossdeck 69, circa May 1969.

"Dutchy" was part of the maintenance crew which accompanied #886 during the crossdeck, conducted just weeks prior to the tragic collision between Melbourne and USS Frank E. Evans (DD-754) (see NS023349).

Ray "Dutchy" Brauer, RAN, 1964–1988
CVS-33 Kearsarge
NS023349
84k

USS Kearsarge (CVS-33) underway near the Philippine Islands, 3 June 1969, with HMAS Melbourne in the foreground. Note damage to the bow of the Australian carrier, as a result of her collision with USS Frank E. Evans (DD-754).

Oscar Boudreaux, USS John W. Thomason DD760 Association,
via Ron Reeves
CVS-33 Kearsarge
NS023309
96k

Decommissioning party salutes the colors, as Kearsarge goes out of commission for the last time, at Long Beach, California, 13 February 1970. Those present are (from left to right): Captain Frederick W. Zigler, USN, Commanding Officer, Naval Inactive Ship Maintenance Facility; Rear Admiral Norman C. Gillette, USN, Commander Anti-Submarine Warfare Group Three; Rear Admiral William T. Rassieur, USN(Retired), former Commanding Officer of the ship; Captain Leonard M. Nearman, USN, ship's Commanding Officer; and Mr. C.E. (Gene) Gallman, representing the Mayor of Long Beach.

Official U.S. Navy Photograph, from the collections of the Naval Historical Center (# NH 69774).

Naval History & Heritage Command
CVS-33 Kearsarge
NS023309a
87k

SDCS James R. Dawson presents the commissioning pennant to Kearsarge's last Commanding Officer, Captain Leonard M. Nearman, following the hauling down of the ship's colors during her decommissioning ceremonies, at Long Beach, California, 13 February 1970.

Naval History & Heritage Command photo (# NH 69785).

Naval History & Heritage Command
Memorabilia
CV-33 Kearsarge
NS023343
417k

Kearsarge (CV-33) launching ticket, obverse and reverse.

Robert M. Cieri
CV-33 Kearsarge
NS023343a
219k
CV-33 Kearsarge
NS023356
126k

USS Kearsarge (CV-33) Commissioning Ceremony, New York Naval Shipyard, 2 March 1946. Invitation and program.

Thomas Becher
CV-33 Kearsarge
NS023356a
160k
CV-33 Kearsarge
NS023356b
93k
CV-33 Kearsarge
NS023356c
11.6M
CV-33 Kearsarge
NS023357
20.4M

Kearsaga, Vol. 1, No. 1, 2 March 1946. Souvenir issue, commissioning of USS Kearsarge (CV-33).

Thomas Becher
CVA-33 Kearsarge
NS023316
29k

USS Kearsarge (CVA-33).

CAPT Gene Oleson, CHC, USN (Ret)
(bluejacket.com)
CVA-33 Kearsarge
NS023317
33k

USS Kearsarge (CVA-33), Task Force 77.

CAPT Gene Oleson, CHC, USN (Ret)
(bluejacket.com)
CVS-33 Kearsarge
NS023330
93k

USS Kearsarge (CVS-33).

Jack Treutle
CVS-33 Kearsarge
NS023373
72k

A souvenir from Crossdeck 69.

(See NS023371.)

Ray "Dutchy" Brauer, RAN, 1964–1988
Ex-USS Kearsarge
CV-33 Kearsarge
NS023302
39k Being towed away for scrapping. USN

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