The USS Intrepid, November 26 1944. Left-click photo to enlarge.
In November 1944, planes from the the carrier Intrepid attacked airfields and shipping in the Japanese occupied Philippines. On the afternoon of November 25, 2 kamikazes hit the ship. Sixty men were killed, fifteen were reported missing and 150 were wounded. Fires from the attack were extinguished within two hours and, on the 26th, the ship headed to San Francisco for repairs. Intrepid was back in the Western Pacific by February, launching attacks on airfields in Kyūshū Japan in mid-March.
The Intrepid was decommissioned for the final time in 1974.