The Battle For Leyte Gulf
By Myles Seiple
U.S. light carrier "Princeton" after being destroyed by Japanese aircraft.
THE BATTLE FOR LEYTE GULF 25 October 1944: Off the Central Philippines (Lt. Robb White, USNR, Public Relations, CinCPac)
Captain Rutheford's account of the Battle of Leyte Gulf October 1944: Philippines
COVERS NIGHT ACTION IN LOWER LEYTE GULF FOLLOWING INITIAL LANDINGS ON 20 OCTOBER 1944, IN TASK GROUP 77.1, REPORT COVERS 24-25 OCTOBER 1944.
COVERS NIGHT ACTION IN LOWER LEYTE GULF FOLLOWING INITIAL LANDINGS ON 20 OCTOBER 1944, IN TASK GROUP 77.1, REPORT COVERS 24-25 OCTOBER 1944. PART V
Enterprise CV-6 Captain Cato D. Glover, covers Enterprise's role in the largest sea battle in history: the Battle of Leyte Gulf, 23-26 October 1944
This Task Group rendezvoused with Task Group 38.3 in the late afternoon about 120 miles east of SAN BERNARDINO STRAIT. After sunset both groups proceeded westward at high speed. Task Group 38.3 had been under heavy air attack during the afternoon. The PRINCETON was seriously damaged and that group did not rendezvous until late in the evening.