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Boarding the German U-505<br /> The boarding party from the USS Pillsbury on the conning tower just before entering the sinking German U-505!
Boarding the German U-505
The boarding party from the USS Pillsbury on the conning tower just before entering the sinking German U-505!
All Aboard! <br />Commander Trosino, Captain Gallery and Lieutenant David aboard the U-505. The United States flag is flying above the Kriegsmarine Ensign which is an international protocol to signal the enemy ship has been captured.
All Aboard!
Commander Trosino, Captain Gallery and Lieutenant David aboard the U-505. The United States flag is flying above the Kriegsmarine Ensign which is an international protocol to signal the enemy ship has been captured.
USS Chatelain<br /> The USS Chatelain, DDE 149 salvoing depth charges on the U-505 on June 4,1944.
USS Chatelain
The USS Chatelain, DDE 149 salvoing depth charges on the U-505 on June 4,1944.
Albert L. David, Ltjg <br />Awarded the United States’ highest military honor, The Medal of Honor. “For his valiant service and bravery in leading a boarding party aboard a hostile submarine, keeping the ship afloat, recovering valuable intelligence.
Albert L. David, Ltjg
Awarded the United States’ highest military honor, The Medal of Honor. “For his valiant service and bravery in leading a boarding party aboard a hostile submarine, keeping the ship afloat, recovering valuable intelligence."
Flight Sergeant<br /> Ronald Sillcock, RAAF, commander of a Lockheed Hudson bomber severely damaged the U-505 southeast of Trinidad on November 10, 1942. Sillcock and his crew perished in the attack.
Flight Sergeant
Ronald Sillcock, RAAF, commander of a Lockheed Hudson bomber severely damaged the U-505 southeast of Trinidad on November 10, 1942. Sillcock and his crew perished in the attack.