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WORLD WAR II, Begor and UDT21

In front of a Japanese suicide boat, L-to-R: Unidentified UDT-21 sailor, LTJG "Rip" Repass, UDT-21, and LTJG Stigler, assigned to the Team as an interpreter.
(Photo by   Barry McCabe)
Photo ID: w012
A long line of suicide boats being towed out to sea to be sunk by UDT-21. USS BEGOR boat (LCVP) is doing the towing.
(Photo by   Barry McCabe)
Photo ID: w013
Japanese "midget subs" were small and cramped to work in, but were labor-intensive to move from storage to the water.
(Photo by   Barry McCabe)
Photo ID: w014
A "midget sub" being pushed into the water for towing out to sea, where it was sunk.
(Photo by   Barry McCabe)
Photo ID: w015
LCDR Edward Porter Clayton, USN, Commanding Officer of UDT 21
(Photo by   Barry McCabe)
Photo ID: w016

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