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New York City. 1945.
Sequence of ships in this picture.
Bottom to top.
USS Augusta (CA-31); USS Enterprise (CV-6); USS Midway (CV-41);
USS Helena (CA-75); and USS Macon (CA-132)

USS Helena CA-75 Press photograph - 1945

Back side of above photo. Copied, below, for clarity.

NY31 New York 10/27/45-The cruiser HELENA (lower left) fires a salute as the destroyer RENSHAW (center right)
bearing President Truman, steams past followed by the destroyer WELLES. The vessels anchored for review
reading bottom to top, are the Helena, New York, Missouri, Enterprise, Midway and Augusta and Boise, with
other fleet units in the background.

The following picture copied from an 8 X 10, U. S. Navy Press Photo.
Found on Ebay.
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The USS Stickell (DD 888) and the USS Helena (CA-75), being re-fueled while sailing with TF 77 in 1953.
The hull number of the Oiler is unknown

The following picture provided by PN3 Tony Gomez, "X" Division, USS Helena CA-75, 1959 - 1962.
Off the California coast 1960

The following two pictures were taken when the USS Helena CA-75 was berthed in San Diego, CA
At the foot of Broadway.

Same picture. Different angle.

Scanned and saved from our USS Helena CA-75, Cruise Book, 1957.
Thanks to Shipmate RM3 Vic Brelje. OR Division, USS Helena CA-75, 1954-1957.


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