John Mozolak took the photo of the USS Fremont from the overpass at 63rd Street and East River Drive (now FDR Drive). She was
sailing South on the East River. John writes that when he was a teenager, he was an enthusiastic watcher of ships on the East River during
"Ship's Officers 1944"
"(Left to Right) O'Neil, Casey, McCollough, Brandon....picture taken on Ulithi Island of a makeshift alter for mass.
Notice beer bottle candle sticks."
"(Left to Right) rear...Casey, McCollough, Chaplain Crowell, Egan, front...Carter, Cronemiller"
"(Left to Right) McCollough, Casey, Brandon"
"(Left to Right) Casey, McCollough, Blount, Brandon"
"Chief Pay Clerk Reese F. Lukei"
"Chief Pay Clerk Reese F. Lukei's orders to the USS Fremont and detatchment from the Fremont"
USS Fremont WWII painted for war. Pictures provided by George Evanko son of Alexander Evanko.
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