Captain Forrest Sherman, Commander Michael Kernodle, and Lieutenant Commander John Shea aboard USS Wasp, circa 1942, side 1 of photographCaptain Forrest Sherman, Commander Michael Kernodle, and Lieutenant Commander John Shea aboard USS Wasp, circa 1942, side 2 of photographHMS Edinburgh and an American destroyer underway in the Atlantic Ocean while escorting USS Wasp, circa 3 Apr 1942; side 1 of photoHMS Edinburgh and an American destroyer underway in the Atlantic Ocean while escorting USS Wasp, circa 3 Apr 1942; side 2 of photo
Captain Forrest Sherman, Commander Michael Kernodle, and Lieutenant Commander John Shea aboard USS Wasp, circa 1942, side 1 of photographCaptain Forrest Sherman, Commander Michael Kernodle, and Lieutenant Commander John Shea aboard USS Wasp, circa 1942, side 2 of photographHMS Edinburgh and an American destroyer underway in the Atlantic Ocean while escorting USS Wasp, circa 3 Apr 1942; side 1 of photoHMS Edinburgh and an American destroyer underway in the Atlantic Ocean while escorting USS Wasp, circa 3 Apr 1942; side 2 of photo
HMS Edinburgh underway in the Atlantic Ocean while escorting USS Wasp, 3 Apr 1942; side 1 of photoHMS Edinburgh underway in the Atlantic Ocean while escorting USS Wasp, 3 Apr 1942; side 2 of photoSpitfire Mk. Vc-Tropical variant from No. 603 Squadron RAF being hauled aboard USS Wasp (Wasp-class) by a crane, Glasgow, Scotland, United Kingdom, 13 Apr 1942, photo 2 of 3Spitfire Mk. Vc-Tropical variant from No. 603 Squadron RAF being hauled aboard USS Wasp (Wasp-class) by a crane, Glasgow, Scotland, United Kingdom, 13 Apr 1942, photo 3 of 3
HMS Edinburgh underway in the Atlantic Ocean while escorting USS Wasp, 3 Apr 1942; side 1 of photoHMS Edinburgh underway in the Atlantic Ocean while escorting USS Wasp, 3 Apr 1942; side 2 of photoSpitfire Mk. Vc-Tropical variant from No. 603 Squadron RAF being hauled aboard USS Wasp (Wasp-class) by a crane, Glasgow, Scotland, United Kingdom, 13 Apr 1942, photo 2 of 3Spitfire Mk. Vc-Tropical variant from No. 603 Squadron RAF being hauled aboard USS Wasp (Wasp-class) by a crane, Glasgow, Scotland, United Kingdom, 13 Apr 1942, photo 3 of 3
British Spitfire fighters on the flight deck of USS Wasp, circa Apr-May 1942RAF Captain Henry Fancourt and US Navy Captain John Reeves aboard USS Wasp, Apr-May 1942, side 1 of photographRAF Captain Henry Fancourt and US Navy Captain John Reeves aboard USS Wasp, Apr-May 1942, side 2 of photographThe flight deck crew of USS Wasp holding down British Spitfire fighters as they prepared for launch for Malta, Apr-May 1942
British Spitfire fighters on the flight deck of USS Wasp, circa Apr-May 1942RAF Captain Henry Fancourt and US Navy Captain John Reeves aboard USS Wasp, Apr-May 1942, side 1 of photographRAF Captain Henry Fancourt and US Navy Captain John Reeves aboard USS Wasp, Apr-May 1942, side 2 of photographThe flight deck crew of USS Wasp holding down British Spitfire fighters as they prepared for launch for Malta, Apr-May 1942
RAF Sergeant-Pilot Smith after returning to USS Wasp upon accidentally losing his drop tank on launch, 9 May 1942; photo 1 side 1RAF Sergeant-Pilot Smith after returning to USS Wasp upon accidentally losing his drop tank on launch, 9 May 1942; photo 1 side 2RAF Sergeant-Pilot Smith after returning to USS Wasp upon accidentally losing his drop tank on launch, 9 May 1942; photo 2 side 1RAF Sergeant-Pilot Smith after returning to USS Wasp upon accidentally losing his drop tank on launch, 9 May 1942; photo 2 side 2
RAF Sergeant-Pilot Smith after returning to USS Wasp upon accidentally losing his drop tank on launch, 9 May 1942; photo 1 side 1RAF Sergeant-Pilot Smith after returning to USS Wasp upon accidentally losing his drop tank on launch, 9 May 1942; photo 1 side 2RAF Sergeant-Pilot Smith after returning to USS Wasp upon accidentally losing his drop tank on launch, 9 May 1942; photo 2 side 1RAF Sergeant-Pilot Smith after returning to USS Wasp upon accidentally losing his drop tank on launch, 9 May 1942; photo 2 side 2
Leslie Elliott operating filming equipment mounted on a M45 Quadmount, Cape Canaveral, Florida, United States, date unknown
Leslie Elliott operating filming equipment mounted on a M45 Quadmount, Cape Canaveral, Florida, United States, date unknown
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