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Lexington during Battle of Coral Sea as seen from Yorktown, early morning of 8 May 1942View of LexingtonGrumman Martlet of 888 Squadron of British Fleet Air Arm taxiing on HMS Formidable after landing, circa 24 Apr-10 May 1942; HMS Warspite and AMC Alaunia in backgroundF4F-3 Wildcats of Fighting Squadron 6 get ready for launch from USS Enterprise, May 12 1942 while on their way toward the Battle of the Coral Sea (which was over before Enterprise could get there).
Lexington during Battle of Coral Sea as seen from Yorktown, early morning of 8 May 1942View of Lexington's flight deck during Battle of Coral Sea, at 1500 on 8 May 1942Grumman Martlet of 888 Squadron of British Fleet Air Arm taxiing on HMS Formidable after landing, circa 24 Apr-10 May 1942; HMS Warspite and AMC Alaunia in backgroundF4F-3 Wildcats of Fighting Squadron 6 get ready for launch from USS Enterprise, May 12 1942 while on their way toward the Battle of the Coral Sea (which was over before Enterprise could get there).
Wildcat took off from EnterpriseVF-3 pilot Lieutenant Commander John S. ThachCarrier Wasp in San Diego Harbor, Jun 1942; note SB2U Vindicator scout bombers and F4F-4 Wildcat fighters onboardWildcat at Naval Air Station, Anacostia, Washington DC, mid- or late-1942
Wildcat took off from Enterprise's flight deck, 18 May 1942VF-3 pilot Lieutenant Commander John S. Thach's Wildcat fighter at Naval Air Station, Kaneohe, Oahu, Hawaii, 29 May 1942, five days before he possibly shot down Tomonaga at MidwayCarrier Wasp in San Diego Harbor, Jun 1942; note SB2U Vindicator scout bombers and F4F-4 Wildcat fighters onboardWildcat at Naval Air Station, Anacostia, Washington DC, mid- or late-1942
Aircraft transport USS Long Island at North Island, San Diego, California, United States, 2 Jun 1942. Note F4F-4 Wildcats and SOC-3A Seagulls on the flight deck.F4F-4 Wildcat fighters and SBD Dauntless dive bombers being prepared to launch from the flight deck of USS Hornet, off Midway, 4 Jun 1942Lieutenant (jg) William LeonardCrewmen spotting F4F-4 Wildcat fighter in Long Island
Aircraft transport USS Long Island at North Island, San Diego, California, United States, 2 Jun 1942. Note F4F-4 Wildcats and SOC-3A Seagulls on the flight deck.F4F-4 Wildcat fighters and SBD Dauntless dive bombers being prepared to launch from the flight deck of USS Hornet, off Midway, 4 Jun 1942Lieutenant (jg) William Leonard's F4F-4 Wildcat taking off for combat air patrol from USS Yorktown during Battle of Midway, 4 Jun 1942Crewmen spotting F4F-4 Wildcat fighter in Long Island's hangar deck, 17 Jun 1942; note other F4F-4 and SOC-3A aircraft present
F4F-4 Wildcat on the catapult of Long Island, 17 Jun 1942Damaged and partially disassembled F4F-3 Wildcat on Sand Island, Midway, circa 24-25 Jun 1942A Wildcat lifted from APV Kitty Hawk to ACV Long Island, Fila Harbor, New Hebrides (now Port Vila, Vanuatu), 28 Aug 1942US Marine Corps Wildcat fighter taking off from Henderson Field, Guadalcanal, Solomon Islands, circa Sep 1942
F4F-4 Wildcat on the catapult of Long Island, 17 Jun 1942Damaged and partially disassembled F4F-3 Wildcat on Sand Island, Midway, circa 24-25 Jun 1942A Wildcat lifted from APV Kitty Hawk to ACV Long Island, Fila Harbor, New Hebrides (now Port Vila, Vanuatu), 28 Aug 1942US Marine Corps Wildcat fighter taking off from Henderson Field, Guadalcanal, Solomon Islands, circa Sep 1942
Machinist Donald Runyon posing at the tail of his Wildcat during the Guadalcanal campaign, 10 Sep 1942Escort carrier USS Santee in Oct 1942, probably in Bermuda, preparing to cross the Atlantic for the Operation Torch landings in North Africa. Note SBD Dauntless, F4F Wildcat, and TBF Avenger aircraft on the flight deck.F4F Wildcat fighters of the US Navy and US Marines lined up on Henderson Field on Guadalcanal, Solomon Islands, Jan 1943, photo 1 of 2F4F Wildcat fighters of the US Navy and US Marines lined up on Henderson Field on Guadalcanal, Solomon Islands, Jan 1943, photo 2 of 2
Machinist Donald Runyon posing at the tail of his Wildcat during the Guadalcanal campaign, 10 Sep 1942Escort carrier USS Santee in Oct 1942, probably in Bermuda, preparing to cross the Atlantic for the Operation Torch landings in North Africa. Note SBD Dauntless, F4F Wildcat, and TBF Avenger aircraft on the flight deck.F4F Wildcat fighters of the US Navy and US Marines lined up on Henderson Field on Guadalcanal, Solomon Islands, Jan 1943, photo 1 of 2F4F Wildcat fighters of the US Navy and US Marines lined up on Henderson Field on Guadalcanal, Solomon Islands, Jan 1943, photo 2 of 2

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