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Photo #: NH 41513
USS Wainwright (Destroyer # 62),
USS Winslow (Destroyer # 53), and
USS Bell (Destroyer # 95) -- listed from right to left
Moored to a bouy in the inner harbor of Brest, France on 27 October 1918.
Note the various pattern camouflage designs worn by these three ships.
U.S. Army Signal Corps Photograph, from the collections of the Naval History and Heritage Command.
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Image posted 20 October 2010