Aircraft carrier USS Hornet (Yorktown-class) at Pier 7, Norfolk Operating Base, Portsmouth, Virginia, United States, Feb 1942. Note F4F-3 Wildcats of Fighting Squadron 3 and SBC-4 Helldiver I’s from Bombing Squadron 8.

Caption   Aircraft carrier USS Hornet (Yorktown-class) at Pier 7, Norfolk Operating Base, Portsmouth, Virginia, United States, Feb 1942. Note F4F-3 Wildcats of Fighting Squadron 3 and SBC-4 Helldiver I’s from Bombing Squadron 8. ww2dbase
Source    ww2dbaseUnited States Navy
Identification Code   19-N-28429
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Photos at Same Place Norfolk, Virginia, United States
Added By David Stubblebine
Added Date 1 Jun 2019

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