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Pictures of the USS Mullany from the 1940s

Picture of the Mullany from 1943 off the Golden Gate Bridge. Photo courtesy of Lt. Frank White. BuAer photo #41905
1943 photo of the Mullany in San Francisco
Naval Drydocks at Hunters Point, San Francisco July 1943.
Photo of the Mullany from 6 January, 1945 at the Naval Drydocks at Hunters Point, San Francisco.
Picture aft of DD-528 at Hunters Point Drydocks in San Francisco 9 January, 1945.
View amidship of DD-528 at Hunters Point Drydocks in San Francisco 9 January, 1945.
Late war to decommissioning configuration. Note large numbers have replaced the small numbers on the bow. Still shown here with stick mast and five gun mounts.
Refueling at sea from an unkown carrier.
View of the bow. Note the kangaroo and bottles on the number one gun mount. I believe this denotes the number of times the Mullany visited Australia.
Kamikaze damage 1 Photo showing damage to the Mullany after the kamikaze attack of April 6, 1945. Ship is at Kerama Rhetto island just off of Okinawa. Photos courtesy of Lt. Frank White.
Kamikaze damage 3 Photo showing damage to the Mullany after the kamikaze attack of April 6, 1945. Ship is at Kerama Rhetto island just off of Okinawa. Photos courtesy of Lt. Frank White.
DD-528 at Kerama Rhetto island just off Okinawa on April 9, 1945. USN Photo NHHC L-File.
DD-528 at Kerama Rhetto island just off Okinawa on April 9, 1945. Official USN Photo.
Photo showing damage to the Mullany after the kamikaze attack of April 6, 1945. Ship is at Kerama Rhetto island just off of Okinawa. Photos courtesy of Lt. Frank White.
Photo showing damage to the Mullany after the kamikaze attack of April 6, 1945. Ship is at Kerama Rhetto island just off of Okinawa. Photo courtesy of James Cartisino.
Photo showing damage to the Mullany after the kamikaze attack of April 6, 1945. Ship is at Kerama Rhetto island just off of Okinawa. Photo courtesy of James Cartisino.
Photo showing damage to the Mullany after the kamikaze attack of April 6, 1945. Ship is at Kerama Rhetto island just off of Okinawa. Photo courtesy of James Cartisino.
Photo showing damage to the Mullany after the kamikaze attack of April 6, 1945. Ship is at Kerama Rhetto island just off of Okinawa. Photo courtesy of James Cartisino.
Photo showing damage to the Mullany after the kamikaze attack of April 6, 1945. Ship is at Kerama Rhetto island just off of Okinawa. Photo courtesy of Ensign Marshall Silver.
Photo showing damage to the Mullany after the kamikaze attack of April 6, 1945. Ship is at Kerama Rhetto island just off of Okinawa. Photo courtesy of Ensign Marshall Silver.
Photo showing damage to the Mullany after the kamikaze attack of April 6, 1945. Ship is at Kerama Rhetto island just off of Okinawa. Photo courtesy of Ensign Marshall Silver.
Photo showing damage to the Mullany after the kamikaze attack of April 11, 1945. Ship is at Kerama Rhetto island just off of Okinawa. Photo courtesy of Ensign Marshall Silver.
USS Mullany in the Aleutians 1943.
USS Mullany in reserve fleet in 1947. Sitting next to sister ship USS Ammen DD-527.
USS Mullany at Pearl Harbor in 1945. Photo courtesy of Ensign Marshall Silver Family.
USS Mullany in San Francisco January 6, 1945. Photo courtesy of Ensign Marshall Silver Family.
USS Mullany in San Francisco January 6, 1945. Photo courtesy of Ensign Marshall Silver Family.
USS Mullany in San Francisco January 6, 1945. Photo courtesy of Ensign Marshall Silver Family.
USS Mullany in San Francisco January 6, 1945. Photo courtesy of Ensign Marshall Silver Family.
USS Mullany in San Francisco January 9, 1945. Photo courtesy of Ensign Marshall Silver Family.
USS Mullany in 1945. Photo courtesy of Ensign Marshall Silver Family.
USS Grayson DD 435 along side the Mullany in 1945 for high line transfer. Photo courtesy of Ensign Marshall Silver Family. The Grayson earned 13 battle stars for its WWII service.
USS New Mexico BB 40 along side the Mullany in 1945. The New Mexico earned 6 battle stars for its WWII service. Photo courtesy of Ensign Marshall Silver Family.
USS New Mexico BB 40 along side the Mullany in 1945. Photo courtesy of Ensign Marshall Silver Family.
USS New Mexico BB 40 along side the Mullany in 1945. Photo courtesy of Ensign Marshall Silver Family.
Unknown carrier along side the Mullany in 1945. Possibly the USS Boxer - Essex class. Photo courtesy of Ensign Marshall Silver Family.