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TBD-1 Devastator showing damage to fuselage after a landing accident on Yorktown, 3 Sep 1940US Navy pilot C.M. OSBD Dauntless aircraft aboard USS Yorktown, Apr 1942Two SBD-3 Dauntless dive bombers of Scouting Squadron 5 flying by USS Yorktown (Yorktown-class) in the Coral Sea, Apr 1942. Note F4F-3 Wildcats of Fighting Squadron 42 and red & white rudder stripes in use only 4 months
TBD-1 Devastator showing damage to fuselage after a landing accident on Yorktown, 3 Sep 1940US Navy pilot C.M. O'Brien's TBD-1 Devastator aircraft crashed into Yorktown's starboard catwalk in a landing accident, 3 Sep 1940SBD Dauntless aircraft aboard USS Yorktown, Apr 1942Two SBD-3 Dauntless dive bombers of Scouting Squadron 5 flying by USS Yorktown (Yorktown-class) in the Coral Sea, Apr 1942. Note F4F-3 Wildcats of Fighting Squadron 42 and red & white rudder stripes in use only 4 months
USS Yorktown seen from a TBD-1 aircraft, Pacific Ocean, Apr 1942; note F4F-3 Wildcat fighter preparing for takeoff, and fleet oiler USS Guadaloupe, a destroyer, and a cruiser just beyondView of USS YorktownUSS Neosho refueled carrier Yorktown, 1 May 1942A bomb hole on Yorktown
USS Yorktown seen from a TBD-1 aircraft, Pacific Ocean, Apr 1942; note F4F-3 Wildcat fighter preparing for takeoff, and fleet oiler USS Guadaloupe, a destroyer, and a cruiser just beyondView of USS Yorktown's island from the bow, Coral Sea area, Apr 1942USS Neosho refueled carrier Yorktown, 1 May 1942A bomb hole on Yorktown's flight deck, viewed from underneath, 8 May 1942
A hole created by a bomb exploding beneath decks in Yorktown between compartments C-301-L and C-402-A, 8 May 1942Lexington during Battle of Coral Sea as seen from Yorktown, early morning of 8 May 1942Mushroom cloud rose above USS Lexington after an explosion, 8 May 1942; carrier Yorktown on horizon and destroyer Hammann to the left of photographYorktown arrived at Pearl Harbor after the Battle of Coral Sea, 27 May 1942, with her crew paraded in whites on the flight deck
A hole created by a bomb exploding beneath decks in Yorktown between compartments C-301-L and C-402-A, 8 May 1942Lexington during Battle of Coral Sea as seen from Yorktown, early morning of 8 May 1942Mushroom cloud rose above USS Lexington after an explosion, 8 May 1942; carrier Yorktown on horizon and destroyer Hammann to the left of photographYorktown arrived at Pearl Harbor after the Battle of Coral Sea, 27 May 1942, with her crew paraded in whites on the flight deck
Yorktown in Dry Dock #1 of the Pearl Harbor Navy Yard, 29 May 1942A Japanese Type 97 torpedo aircraft (upper right) approached Yorktown during the mid-afternoon torpedo attack by planes from the carrier Hiryu, 4 Jun 1942A Japanese Type 97 torpedo bomber flew near a 20mm gun of Yorktown, mid-afternoon of 4 Jun 1942A Type 99 dive bomber attacked Yorktown, seen from cruiser Astoria, 4 Jun 1942
Yorktown in Dry Dock #1 of the Pearl Harbor Navy Yard, 29 May 1942A Japanese Type 97 torpedo aircraft (upper right) approached Yorktown during the mid-afternoon torpedo attack by planes from the carrier Hiryu, 4 Jun 1942A Japanese Type 97 torpedo bomber flew near a 20mm gun of Yorktown, mid-afternoon of 4 Jun 1942A Type 99 dive bomber attacked Yorktown, seen from cruiser Astoria, 4 Jun 1942
Bomb fragment damage in YorktownCatwalk on the port side of Yorktown bent as a result of torpedo damage, 4 Jun 1942Corpsmen treating casualties aboard Yorktown, 4 Jun 1942Crew of USS Yorktown fighting a fire during the Battle of Midway, 4 Jun 1942
Bomb fragment damage in Yorktown's hangar, 4 Jun 1942Catwalk on the port side of Yorktown bent as a result of torpedo damage, 4 Jun 1942Corpsmen treating casualties aboard Yorktown, 4 Jun 1942Crew of USS Yorktown fighting a fire during the Battle of Midway, 4 Jun 1942

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