Stern view of the carrier Franklin off Norfolk Navy Yard, Portsmouth, Virginia, United States, 4 May 1944

Caption   Stern view of the carrier Franklin off Norfolk Navy Yard, Portsmouth, Virginia, United States, 4 May 1944 ww2dbase
Source    ww2dbaseNational Museum of Naval Aviation RL Lawson Collection
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Added By David Stubblebine
Added Date 8 Jul 2014

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1. Rich Miller says:
4 May 2020 09:22:27 PM

In Norfolk after post shakedown repairs. She would leave the next day for the Panama Canal and the Pacific. She arrived at San Diego on May 11, stayed there to the end of May, then arrived at Pearl Harbor on June 6 1944.

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