Interior of No.2 Turret, USS Louisville (CA-28)

Interior of No.2 Turret, USS Louisville (CA-28)
Here we see the damage done to No.2 turret of the Northampton class heavy cruiser USS Louisville (CA-28) by a kamikaze strike. The picture was taken at the Mare Island Navy Yard on 7 February 1945. Three areas of damage are noted - a buckled and torn bulkhead, some broken grass, and fire damage to the roof. The view is looking 'aft and starboard'. She was hit by two kamikazes on 5-6 January 1945, while heading for Lingayen Gulf during operations to support the invasion of Luzon.
How to cite this article: Rickard, J (6 May 2017), Interior of No.2 Turret, USS Louisville (CA-28) , http://www.historyofwar.org/Pictures/pictures_USS_Louisville_CA28_turret_interior.html

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