Escort Carrier USS Attu refueling at sea while transporting F4U Corsairs and SB2C Heldiver aircraft, Sep 3 1945

Caption   Escort Carrier USS Attu refueling at sea while transporting F4U Corsairs and SB2C Heldiver aircraft, Sep 3 1945
Source   United States National Archives via D. Sheley
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F4U Corsair   Main article  Photos  
SB2C Helldiver   Main article  Photos  
Photos on Same Day See all photos dated 3 Sep 1945
Added By David Stubblebine

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