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F6F Hellcat hung up in the catwalks of the training aircraft carrier USS Sable after a landing mishap on Lake Michigan, United States, 1945.F6F Hellcat lined up for a trap on the training aircraft carrier USS Sable on Lake Michigan, United States, 1945.  Note the LSO’s “paddles” and the extended tailhook on the Hellcat.F6F-5N Hellcat night fighter of Night Fighter Squadron 90 based on the carrier USS Enterprise, 1945. Note radome on left wing and flame dampeners on exhaust port.Shipboard aircraft tugs moving a TBM-1C Avenger torpedo bomber and F6F Hellcat fighters aboard the Fleet Carrier USS Lexington (Essex-class), 1945.
F6F Hellcat hung up in the catwalks of the training aircraft carrier USS Sable after a landing mishap on Lake Michigan, United States, 1945.F6F Hellcat lined up for a trap on the training aircraft carrier USS Sable on Lake Michigan, United States, 1945. Note the LSO’s “paddles” and the extended tailhook on the Hellcat.F6F-5N Hellcat night fighter of Night Fighter Squadron 90 based on the carrier USS Enterprise, 1945. Note radome on left wing and flame dampeners on exhaust port.Shipboard aircraft tugs moving a TBM-1C Avenger torpedo bomber and F6F Hellcat fighters aboard the Fleet Carrier USS Lexington (Essex-class), 1945.
TBM-3E Avenger circles over the flight deck of USS Antietam off Hawaii, 1945. Note F4U Corsairs, SB2C Helldivers, and F6F Hellcat on the flight deck.The flight deck of the training aircraft carrier USS Sable showing a severe slice in the steel caused by the spinning propeller of an F6F Hellcat. Lake Michigan, United States, 1945.Corsair fighters taxi down the runway at Orote Field, Guam, Marianas, 1944-45. Note F6F Hellcats lining the runway in the foreground and TBM Avengers on the far side.USS Hancock recovering aircraft in the South China Sea, Jan 1945; note three F6F Hellcat and one TBM Avenger aircraft in flight; seen from USS New Jersey
TBM-3E Avenger circles over the flight deck of USS Antietam off Hawaii, 1945. Note F4U Corsairs, SB2C Helldivers, and F6F Hellcat on the flight deck.The flight deck of the training aircraft carrier USS Sable showing a severe slice in the steel caused by the spinning propeller of an F6F Hellcat. Lake Michigan, United States, 1945.Corsair fighters taxi down the runway at Orote Field, Guam, Marianas, 1944-45. Note F6F Hellcats lining the runway in the foreground and TBM Avengers on the far side.USS Hancock recovering aircraft in the South China Sea, Jan 1945; note three F6F Hellcat and one TBM Avenger aircraft in flight; seen from USS New Jersey
Hokuto Airfield under USS Langley carrier aircraft attack, Taiwan, 3 Jan 1945, photo 6 of 6USS Hornet (Essex-class), distance, steaming with USS Langley (Independence-class) and USS Enterprise on their way back to Ulithi Atoll in the Caroline Islands, 25 Jan 1945.Ensign Ardon R. Ives of Fighting-Bombing Squadron VBF-9 crashed his F6F-5 Hellcat through the barrier on USS Lexington (Essex-class) and ruptured the center-line fuel tank, Feb 1945, western Pacific. Photo 1 of 7Ensign Ardon R. Ives of Fighting-Bombing Squadron VBF-9 crashed his F6F-5 Hellcat through the barrier on USS Lexington (Essex-class) and ruptured the center-line fuel tank, Feb 1945, western Pacific. Photo 2 of 7
Hokuto Airfield under USS Langley carrier aircraft attack, Taiwan, 3 Jan 1945, photo 6 of 6USS Hornet (Essex-class), distance, steaming with USS Langley (Independence-class) and USS Enterprise on their way back to Ulithi Atoll in the Caroline Islands, 25 Jan 1945.Ensign Ardon R. Ives of Fighting-Bombing Squadron VBF-9 crashed his F6F-5 Hellcat through the barrier on USS Lexington (Essex-class) and ruptured the center-line fuel tank, Feb 1945, western Pacific. Photo 1 of 7Ensign Ardon R. Ives of Fighting-Bombing Squadron VBF-9 crashed his F6F-5 Hellcat through the barrier on USS Lexington (Essex-class) and ruptured the center-line fuel tank, Feb 1945, western Pacific. Photo 2 of 7
Ensign Ardon R. Ives of Fighting-Bombing Squadron VBF-9 crashed his F6F-5 Hellcat through the barrier on USS Lexington (Essex-class) and ruptured the center-line fuel tank, Feb 1945, western Pacific. Photo 3 of 7Ensign Ardon R. Ives of Fighting-Bombing Squadron VBF-9 crashed his F6F-5 Hellcat through the barrier on USS Lexington (Essex-class) and ruptured the center-line fuel tank, Feb 1945, western Pacific. Photo 4 of 7Ensign Ardon R. Ives of Fighting-Bombing Squadron VBF-9 crashed his F6F-5 Hellcat through the barrier on USS Lexington (Essex-class) and ruptured the center-line fuel tank, Feb 1945, western Pacific. Photo 5 of 7Ensign Ardon R. Ives of Fighting-Bombing Squadron VBF-9 crashed his F6F-5 Hellcat through the barrier on USS Lexington (Essex-class) and ruptured the center-line fuel tank, Feb 1945, western Pacific. Photo 6 of 7
Ensign Ardon R. Ives of Fighting-Bombing Squadron VBF-9 crashed his F6F-5 Hellcat through the barrier on USS Lexington (Essex-class) and ruptured the center-line fuel tank, Feb 1945, western Pacific. Photo 3 of 7Ensign Ardon R. Ives of Fighting-Bombing Squadron VBF-9 crashed his F6F-5 Hellcat through the barrier on USS Lexington (Essex-class) and ruptured the center-line fuel tank, Feb 1945, western Pacific. Photo 4 of 7Ensign Ardon R. Ives of Fighting-Bombing Squadron VBF-9 crashed his F6F-5 Hellcat through the barrier on USS Lexington (Essex-class) and ruptured the center-line fuel tank, Feb 1945, western Pacific. Photo 5 of 7Ensign Ardon R. Ives of Fighting-Bombing Squadron VBF-9 crashed his F6F-5 Hellcat through the barrier on USS Lexington (Essex-class) and ruptured the center-line fuel tank, Feb 1945, western Pacific. Photo 6 of 7
Ensign Ardon R. Ives of Fighting-Bombing Squadron VBF-9 crashed his F6F-5 Hellcat through the barrier on USS Lexington (Essex-class) and ruptured the center-line fuel tank, Feb 1945, western Pacific. Photo 7 of 7F6F-5 Hellcat with Fighting Squadron VF-82 preparing for a catapult launch from USS Bennington in the Western Pacific, Feb 1945. Note the arrowhead geometrics that identify the plane as coming from the Bennington.US Navy Seamen 1st Class A. D. Allison and J. W. Roberts reading a letter on Belleau WoodUSS Essex forward flight deck spotted with F4U Corsairs and F6F Hellcats as they steam toward Japan, Feb 1945.
Ensign Ardon R. Ives of Fighting-Bombing Squadron VBF-9 crashed his F6F-5 Hellcat through the barrier on USS Lexington (Essex-class) and ruptured the center-line fuel tank, Feb 1945, western Pacific. Photo 7 of 7F6F-5 Hellcat with Fighting Squadron VF-82 preparing for a catapult launch from USS Bennington in the Western Pacific, Feb 1945. Note the arrowhead geometrics that identify the plane as coming from the Bennington.US Navy Seamen 1st Class A. D. Allison and J. W. Roberts reading a letter on Belleau Wood's flight deck next to a F6F Hellcat fighter, circa 1945USS Essex forward flight deck spotted with F4U Corsairs and F6F Hellcats as they steam toward Japan, Feb 1945.

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