US Navy Task Force 77 performing an uniform turn in the South China Sea, Mar 1965; among them were USS Yorktown, USS Hancock, and USS Canberra

Caption   US Navy Task Force 77 performing an uniform turn in the South China Sea, Mar 1965; among them were USS Yorktown, USS Hancock, and USS Canberra
Source   United States Navy
Identification Code   USN 1109915
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Yorktown (Essex-class)   Main article  Photos  
Canberra (Baltimore-class)   Main article  Photos  
Hancock   Main article  Photos  
Added By C. Peter Chen

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