Damage suffered by USS Cassin (DD-43), 15 October 1917
This view shows the damage done to the Cassin class destroyer USS Cassin (DD-43) when she was hit by a torpedo fired by U-61 on 15 October 1917, 20 miles south of Mind Head, Ireland. The torpedo blew off her stern, but the Cassin was still able to fight off the U-boat with her guns, and was then towed to safety. This picture was taken within the ship, looking aft, and shows some of her rear frames.
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Rickard, J (5 December 2016), Damage suffered by USS Cassin (DD-43), 15 October 1917 , http://www.historyofwar.org/Pictures/pictures_USS_Cassin_damage_aft_1917.html