USCGC Ingham (WPG/WAGC/WHEC-35), Bit of Coast Guard History

Ran across the photo above at the “327 Sailors” Facebook page, part of a 65 photo tour of museum ship the former USCGC Ingham now in Key West, posted by Douglas Meier.

Two “Fletcher” class destroyers (left) and a “Cleveland” class light cruiser (right) standing off Corregidor Island as it is bombarded by ships and aircraft, prior to landings there, 16 February 1945. Other ship present (2nd from right) is force flagship USCGC INGHAM (WAGC-35). National Archives #80-G-273318

USCGC INGHAM (WAGC-35)

 

 

2 thoughts on “USCGC Ingham (WPG/WAGC/WHEC-35), Bit of Coast Guard History

  1. Neat!!

    On Thu, Jun 4, 2020, 2:11 PM Chuck Hill’s CG Blog wrote:

    > Chuck Hill posted: ” Ran across the photo above at the “327 Sailors” > Facebook page, part of a 65 photo tour of museum ship the former USCGC > Ingham now in Key West, posted by Douglas Meier. ” >

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