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Air Group 81 aircraft parked on the flight deck of USS Wasp arriving at Ulithi Atoll, Caroline Islands, 24 Dec 1944USS WaspView aboard USS Wasp during 5-inch/38 caliber gun firing practice, 24 Dec 1944Carrier Bunker Hill in early 1945 signed by US Navy Admiral Arleigh A. Burke who served on board Jan-May 1945
Air Group 81 aircraft parked on the flight deck of USS Wasp arriving at Ulithi Atoll, Caroline Islands, 24 Dec 1944USS Wasp's No. 3 center line elevator lowering an aircraft below the flight deck, 24 Dec 1944View aboard USS Wasp during 5-inch/38 caliber gun firing practice, 24 Dec 1944Carrier Bunker Hill in early 1945 signed by US Navy Admiral Arleigh A. Burke who served on board Jan-May 1945
Carrier Bunker Hill underway, early 1945Ticonderoga being listed to port intentionally to aid firefighting efforts after being hit by kamikaze, 125 miles east-southeast of Taiwan, about 1220 hours on 21 Jan 194513 Mar 1945 photo of the Essex-class carrier USS Randolph with damage to her flight deck as the result of a Japanese Yokosuka P1Y Ginga Carrier Franklin
Carrier Bunker Hill underway, early 1945Ticonderoga being listed to port intentionally to aid firefighting efforts after being hit by kamikaze, 125 miles east-southeast of Taiwan, about 1220 hours on 21 Jan 194513 Mar 1945 photo of the Essex-class carrier USS Randolph with damage to her flight deck as the result of a Japanese Yokosuka P1Y Ginga Carrier Franklin's after 5-inch/38 caliber gun mounting burning as result of bomb hit, off Japan, 19 Mar 1945; photograph taken from cruiser Santa Fe
Explosions continue to rock the listing carrier USS Franklin after a Japanese bomb detonated in the hangar deck and ignited the armed and fueled aircraft there, 19 Mar 1945. Seen from the cruiser Santa Fe.Franklin listing and afire after being hit by two bombs, off Japan, 19 Mar 1945; photograph taken from cruiser Santa FeThe carrier Franklin burning and listing badly after bomb hits aft set off more bombs and fueled aircraft, 19 Mar 1945. Note burning fuel pouring off the hangar deck and dislodged forward elevator.USS Franklin burning and listing after being hit by a Japanese bomb off Japan, 19 Mar 1945. Note firefighting water pouring off the hangar deck into the sea. Photo taken from USS Santa Fe.
Explosions continue to rock the listing carrier USS Franklin after a Japanese bomb detonated in the hangar deck and ignited the armed and fueled aircraft there, 19 Mar 1945. Seen from the cruiser Santa Fe.Franklin listing and afire after being hit by two bombs, off Japan, 19 Mar 1945; photograph taken from cruiser Santa FeThe carrier Franklin burning and listing badly after bomb hits aft set off more bombs and fueled aircraft, 19 Mar 1945. Note burning fuel pouring off the hangar deck and dislodged forward elevator.USS Franklin burning and listing after being hit by a Japanese bomb off Japan, 19 Mar 1945. Note firefighting water pouring off the hangar deck into the sea. Photo taken from USS Santa Fe.
USS Hornet off Okinawa, Japan, 27 Mar 1945; note various aircraft on the flight deckF4U Corsair at the barrier wires after landing aboard USS Bennington around Okinawa in the Western Pacific, Apr 1945.Crewmen of USS Hancock assessing the damage caused by Japanese special attack aircraft, off Okinawa, Japan, 7 Apr 1945USS Ticonderoga steams down Puget Sound, Washington, United States on her trials after substantial repairs from battle damage, Apr 16, 1945. Photo 1 of 4.
USS Hornet off Okinawa, Japan, 27 Mar 1945; note various aircraft on the flight deckF4U Corsair at the barrier wires after landing aboard USS Bennington around Okinawa in the Western Pacific, Apr 1945.Crewmen of USS Hancock assessing the damage caused by Japanese special attack aircraft, off Okinawa, Japan, 7 Apr 1945USS Ticonderoga steams down Puget Sound, Washington, United States on her trials after substantial repairs from battle damage, Apr 16, 1945. Photo 1 of 4.
USS Ticonderoga steams down Puget Sound, Washington, United States on her trials after substantial repairs from battle damage, Apr 16, 1945. Photo 2 of 4.USS Ticonderoga steams down Puget Sound, Washington, United States on her trials after substantial repairs from battle damage, Apr 16, 1945. Photo 3 of 4.USS Ticonderoga steams down Puget Sound, Washington, United States on her trials after substantial repairs from battle damage, Apr 16, 1945. Photo 4 of 4.Franklin approaching New York City, New York, United States, 26 Apr 1945; note damage on her flight deck
USS Ticonderoga steams down Puget Sound, Washington, United States on her trials after substantial repairs from battle damage, Apr 16, 1945. Photo 2 of 4.USS Ticonderoga steams down Puget Sound, Washington, United States on her trials after substantial repairs from battle damage, Apr 16, 1945. Photo 3 of 4.USS Ticonderoga steams down Puget Sound, Washington, United States on her trials after substantial repairs from battle damage, Apr 16, 1945. Photo 4 of 4.Franklin approaching New York City, New York, United States, 26 Apr 1945; note damage on her flight deck

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