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SB2C Helldiver of Bombing Squadron VB-86 approaching the carrier Wasp (Essex-class) near Japan, 1945. Note the white radar pod under the wing.SB2C Helldiver of Bombing Squadron VB-86 approaching the carrier Wasp (Essex-class) near Japan, 1945. Note the white radar pod under the wing.SB2C Helldiver from USS Essex flying over Yap, Caroline Islands, after the Japanese surrender, 28 Aug 1945F6F Hellcat launching from USS Intrepidís starboard catapult, 1945. Note SB2C Helldiver and TBM Avenger spotted on the deck. Note also Independence-class light carrier cutting across Intrepidís bow.
SB2C Helldiver of Bombing Squadron VB-86 approaching the carrier Wasp (Essex-class) near Japan, 1945. Note the white radar pod under the wing.SB2C Helldiver of Bombing Squadron VB-86 approaching the carrier Wasp (Essex-class) near Japan, 1945. Note the white radar pod under the wing.SB2C Helldiver from USS Essex flying over Yap, Caroline Islands, after the Japanese surrender, 28 Aug 1945F6F Hellcat launching from USS Intrepidís starboard catapult, 1945. Note SB2C Helldiver and TBM Avenger spotted on the deck. Note also Independence-class light carrier cutting across Intrepidís bow.
Escort Carrier USS Attu and Fleet Carrier USS Shangri-La (left) exchanging personnel and equipment by high wire while at sea, 3 Sep 1945. Note F4U Corsairs and SB2C Helldiver aircraft on Attuís deck.A Curtis SB2C Helldiver flying from USS Intrepid over Tientsin, China (now Tianjin), 5 Sep 1945. Intrepid launched 86 aircraft this day as a show of strength during the demobilization of Japanese forces in the area.Captured US SB2C Helldiver aircraft painted and deployed as a decoy aircraft, Yokosuka naval airfield, Japan, late 1945Surplus US carrier aircraft stored for demobilization and prepared for scrapping, Iroquois Point, Oahu, Hawaii, Oct 1945
Escort Carrier USS Attu and Fleet Carrier USS Shangri-La (left) exchanging personnel and equipment by high wire while at sea, 3 Sep 1945. Note F4U Corsairs and SB2C Helldiver aircraft on Attuís deck.A Curtis SB2C Helldiver flying from USS Intrepid over Tientsin, China (now Tianjin), 5 Sep 1945. Intrepid launched 86 aircraft this day as a show of strength during the demobilization of Japanese forces in the area.Captured US SB2C Helldiver aircraft painted and deployed as a decoy aircraft, Yokosuka naval airfield, Japan, late 1945Surplus US carrier aircraft stored for demobilization and prepared for scrapping, Iroquois Point, Oahu, Hawaii, Oct 1945
F4U-4 Corsair aircraft of US Navy squadron VF-75 and SB2C-4E Helldiver aircraft of US Navy squadron VT-75 in flight over USS Franklin D. Roosevelt, western Atlantic Ocean, 5 May 1946RAdm Gerald Bogan and Commodore A. Burke, Naval Air Station Norfolk, Virginia, United States, summer 1946; note wing of R5D Skymaster aircraft and TBF Avenger, SNJ, and SB2C Helldiver in backgroundSB2C-5 Helldiver and F6F-5 Hellcat aircraft on the flight deck of Arromanches, off French Indochina in the Gulf of Tonkin, circa 1951; note HO3S helicopter in flightArromanches underway off French Indochina in the Gulf of Tonkin, Jan 1954; note F6F-5 Hellcat and SB2C-5 Helldiver aircraft on the flight deck
F4U-4 Corsair aircraft of US Navy squadron VF-75 and SB2C-4E Helldiver aircraft of US Navy squadron VT-75 in flight over USS Franklin D. Roosevelt, western Atlantic Ocean, 5 May 1946RAdm Gerald Bogan and Commodore A. Burke, Naval Air Station Norfolk, Virginia, United States, summer 1946; note wing of R5D Skymaster aircraft and TBF Avenger, SNJ, and SB2C Helldiver in backgroundSB2C-5 Helldiver and F6F-5 Hellcat aircraft on the flight deck of Arromanches, off French Indochina in the Gulf of Tonkin, circa 1951; note HO3S helicopter in flightArromanches underway off French Indochina in the Gulf of Tonkin, Jan 1954; note F6F-5 Hellcat and SB2C-5 Helldiver aircraft on the flight deck
SB2C Helldiver aircraft in flight with tri-color plaint scheme from Feb 1945Post-war line drawing of the Curtiss SB2C Helldiver.
SB2C Helldiver aircraft in flight with tri-color plaint scheme from Feb 1945Post-war line drawing of the Curtiss SB2C Helldiver.

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