103 items in this album on 6 pages.

SBD Dauntless aircraft flying above USS Wolverine, Lake Michigan, United States, 1940sSBD-5 Dauntless bombers of USS Yorktown in flight, 1944USS Saratoga underway with SBD Dauntless, F6F Hellcat, and TBF Avenger aircraft on her flight deck, 1943-1944USS Intrepid under way 26 Jan 1944 on her way to launch strikes against Truk Atoll (now Chuuk). Note the forward flight deck filled SBD Dauntless and TBF Avenger aircraft and one F4U Corsair on the outrigger sponson.
SBD Dauntless aircraft flying above USS Wolverine, Lake Michigan, United States, 1940sSBD-5 Dauntless bombers of USS Yorktown in flight, 1944USS Saratoga underway with SBD Dauntless, F6F Hellcat, and TBF Avenger aircraft on her flight deck, 1943-1944USS Intrepid under way 26 Jan 1944 on her way to launch strikes against Truk Atoll (now Chuuk). Note the forward flight deck filled SBD Dauntless and TBF Avenger aircraft and one F4U Corsair on the outrigger sponson.
USS Saratoga underway in the Marshall Islands area, 8 Feb 1944; note SBD Dauntless and F6F Hellcat aircraft on the flight deckUS Navy SBD Dauntless dive bombers over Truk Atoll, Caroline Islands, 16-18 Feb 1944A flight of Douglas SBD Dauntless scout bombers over the Caribbean, 1944. Good view of the two-tone gray and white scheme widely used in the Atlantic Command.SBD-5 Dauntless making a belly landing on USS Yorktown (Essex-class) after a combat strike, Sep 1943 - May 1944
USS Saratoga underway in the Marshall Islands area, 8 Feb 1944; note SBD Dauntless and F6F Hellcat aircraft on the flight deckUS Navy SBD Dauntless dive bombers over Truk Atoll, Caroline Islands, 16-18 Feb 1944A flight of Douglas SBD Dauntless scout bombers over the Caribbean, 1944. Good view of the two-tone gray and white scheme widely used in the Atlantic Command.SBD-5 Dauntless making a belly landing on USS Yorktown (Essex-class) after a combat strike, Sep 1943 - May 1944
USS Intrepid departing San Francisco, California, 9 Jun 1944 packed with vehicles, equipment, and aircraft including SBD Dauntless, F6F Hellcats, C-45 Expeditors, PV-1 Venturas, and P-61 Black Widows. Photo 1 of 3USS Intrepid departing San Francisco, California, 9 Jun 1944 packed with vehicles, equipment, and aircraft including SBD Dauntless, F6F Hellcats, C-45 Expeditors, PV-1 Venturas, and P-61 Black Widows. Photo 2 of 3USS Intrepid departing San Francisco, California, 9 Jun 1944 packed with vehicles, equipment, and aircraft including SBD Dauntless, F6F Hellcats, C-45 Expeditors, PV-1 Venturas, and P-61 Black Widows. Photo 3 of 3Escort carrier USS Long Island in San Francisco Bay, California, United States, on 10 Jun 1944 with a deck load of F6F Wildcat, SBD Dauntless, and J2F Duck aircraft bound for Pearl Harbor, Hawaii.
USS Intrepid departing San Francisco, California, 9 Jun 1944 packed with vehicles, equipment, and aircraft including SBD Dauntless, F6F Hellcats, C-45 Expeditors, PV-1 Venturas, and P-61 Black Widows. Photo 1 of 3USS Intrepid departing San Francisco, California, 9 Jun 1944 packed with vehicles, equipment, and aircraft including SBD Dauntless, F6F Hellcats, C-45 Expeditors, PV-1 Venturas, and P-61 Black Widows. Photo 2 of 3USS Intrepid departing San Francisco, California, 9 Jun 1944 packed with vehicles, equipment, and aircraft including SBD Dauntless, F6F Hellcats, C-45 Expeditors, PV-1 Venturas, and P-61 Black Widows. Photo 3 of 3Escort carrier USS Long Island in San Francisco Bay, California, United States, on 10 Jun 1944 with a deck load of F6F Wildcat, SBD Dauntless, and J2F Duck aircraft bound for Pearl Harbor, Hawaii.
Photo from an SBD Dauntless moments after taking off from the USS Lexington (Essex-class) for strikes against Saipan in the Mariana Islands, 13 Jun 1944SBD Dauntless and F4U-1A Corsair aircraft of US Marine Corps group MAG-22 at Engebi Island, Enewetak Atoll, Marshall Islands, 1944SBD-6 Dauntless scout bomber of Marine Squadron VMSB-231 in flight over the Pacific, 1944. Note the ASB Radar antenna under the wing and the mission markings indicating 85 bombing missions.SBD-6 Dauntless scout bomber of Marine Squadron VMSB-231 in flight over the Pacific, 1944. Note the ASB Radar antenna under the wing.
Photo from an SBD Dauntless moments after taking off from the USS Lexington (Essex-class) for strikes against Saipan in the Mariana Islands, 13 Jun 1944SBD Dauntless and F4U-1A Corsair aircraft of US Marine Corps group MAG-22 at Engebi Island, Enewetak Atoll, Marshall Islands, 1944SBD-6 Dauntless scout bomber of Marine Squadron VMSB-231 in flight over the Pacific, 1944. Note the ASB Radar antenna under the wing and the mission markings indicating 85 bombing missions.SBD-6 Dauntless scout bomber of Marine Squadron VMSB-231 in flight over the Pacific, 1944. Note the ASB Radar antenna under the wing.
RA-24B-15-DT Banshee aircraft (serial number 42-54897) in a non-combat role attached to the US Air Transport Command in flight, United States, 1944-1945RA-24B-15-DT Banshee aircraft (serial number 42-54736) preparing for take off on Morotai in the Moluccas, 1 Jan 1945; note C-47 Skytrain and hulk of C-45 Expeditor fuselageWar weary aircraft at the Wheeler Field graveyard (Waieli Gulch airstrip), Oahu, Hawaii, 4 Apr 1945. Photo 1 of 2.War weary aircraft at the Wheeler Field graveyard (Waieli Gulch airstrip), Oahu, Hawaii, 4 Apr 1945. Photo 2 of 2.
RA-24B-15-DT Banshee aircraft (serial number 42-54897) in a non-combat role attached to the US Air Transport Command in flight, United States, 1944-1945RA-24B-15-DT Banshee aircraft (serial number 42-54736) preparing for take off on Morotai in the Moluccas, 1 Jan 1945; note C-47 Skytrain and hulk of C-45 Expeditor fuselageWar weary aircraft at the Wheeler Field graveyard (Waieli Gulch airstrip), Oahu, Hawaii, 4 Apr 1945. Photo 1 of 2.War weary aircraft at the Wheeler Field graveyard (Waieli Gulch airstrip), Oahu, Hawaii, 4 Apr 1945. Photo 2 of 2.

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