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|127k||Operation Crossroads prospective target ships and support ships at Pearl Harbor in a photo released, 27 February 1946.
Ships present from front to rear include USS Crittenden (APA-77), USS Catron (APA-71), USS Bracken (APA-64), USS Burleson (APA-67), USS Gilliam (APA-57), Fallon (APA-81), one unidentified ship, USS Fillmore (APA-83), USS Kochab (AKS-6), USS Luna (AKS-7) and an unidentified tanker and liberty ship. Identifiable on the right are USS LSM-203 and USS LSM-465. Further in the background are a floating drydock and a merchant ship hulk with unidentified fittings forward of the bridge.
US National Archives photo # 80-G-702126 a US Navy photo now in the collections of the US National Archives.
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|109k||Ex-USS Crittenden (APA-77) off southern California, 5 October 1948, shortly before being sunk in the
Demon 11 maneuvers there. Damaged in the Bikini atomic bomb tests, she was taken to San Francisco for study and then disposed of as an exercise target.
US Naval History and Heritage Command. Photo # 80-G-396970, courtesy Shipscribe.com.
|55k||Ex-USS Crittenden (APA-77) SINKEX, 5 October 1948, off San Diego.
AP Wire photos.
|360k||Final moments of ex-USS Crittenden (APA-77), during the first phase of "Demon II" maneuvers, off the coast of California,
5 October 1948. She had previously been damaged in the Bikini Atomic Bomb tests in July 1946.
United States National Archives, Photo # 80-G-396978 now in the collections of the US Naval History and Heritage Command
|01||CDR Crosley, Paul Cunningham, USN (USNA 1925)||17 January 1945 - 28 August 1946|
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