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73 viewsThe USS Cassin Young (DD-793) after recommissioning 8 September 1951 for the Korean War. The Cassin Young is still configured in her WWII configuration pretty much as she was configured when originally commissioned. The only major alteration has been removing the search lights and their platform that held them on the first stack. By May 1953 the Cassin Young was upgraded to the so called "5-gun" Standard Configuration of two quad 40mm, one twin 40mm, and one bank of Torpedo Tubes. Photo by Morper Ship Pictures, San Diego, California.
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80 viewsk Launch of USS Cassin Young (DD-793) at Bethlehem Steel, San Pedro, Calif., 12 September 1943. (U.S. Navy photograph 80-G-267708, from the collections of the National Archives)
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103 viewsUSS Cassin Young seen in 1944 from USS Essex. Photo By Paul Madden CPhoM.
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80 viewsUSS Cassin Young (DD-793) was a Fletcher-class destroyer
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118 viewsCommissioning ceremony for USS Cassin Young (DD-793) at Bethlehem Steel, San Pedro, Calif., on 31 December 1943. USS Preston (DD-795) is at left and USS Comfort (AH-6), not yet painted as a hospital ship, is at right.
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Newspaper clipping ca. Feb. 1960 showing USS Cassin Young (DD-793) and other destroyers in dry dock at Norfolk Naval Shipyard in preparation for decommissioning.87 views
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81 viewsPhoto about USS Cassin Young Warship in the Boston Harbor.
 
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