Destroyed US Marine Corps SBD Dauntless dive bomber at Marine Corps Air Station Ewa, US Territory of Hawaii, 7 Dec 1941Japanese A6M2 Zero fighter flying above a shot-down US fighter, near Ewa Marine Corps Air Station, Oahu, US Territory of Hawaii, 7 Dec 1941; photo taken by a B-17 bomber crewView of Ewa Field, Oahu, US Territory of Hawaii, 7 Dec 1941Civilian barracks at Marine Corps Air Station Ewa, US Territory of Hawaii, circa 1940s
Destroyed US Marine Corps SBD Dauntless dive bomber at Marine Corps Air Station Ewa, US Territory of Hawaii, 7 Dec 1941Japanese A6M2 Zero fighter flying above a shot-down US fighter, near Ewa Marine Corps Air Station, Oahu, US Territory of Hawaii, 7 Dec 1941; photo taken by a B-17 bomber crewView of Ewa Field, Oahu, US Territory of Hawaii, 7 Dec 1941Civilian barracks at Marine Corps Air Station Ewa, US Territory of Hawaii, circa 1940s
F2A-3 Buffalo fighter possibly of USMC squadron VMF-212 being serviced in a camouflaged revetment, Marine Corps Air Station Ewa, US Territory of Hawaii, 25 Apr 1942A F2A-3 Buffalo aircraft being refueled at Ewa Marine Corps Air Station, US Territory of Hawaii, 1 May 1942SNB Expeditor sitting in frot of the control tower at Marine Corps Air Station Ewa, US Territory of Hawaii, 1940sTBM Avenger aircraft in covered concrete revetments at Marine Corps Air Station Ewa, US Territory of Hawaii, 1940s
F2A-3 Buffalo fighter possibly of USMC squadron VMF-212 being serviced in a camouflaged revetment, Marine Corps Air Station Ewa, US Territory of Hawaii, 25 Apr 1942A F2A-3 Buffalo aircraft being refueled at Ewa Marine Corps Air Station, US Territory of Hawaii, 1 May 1942SNB Expeditor sitting in frot of the control tower at Marine Corps Air Station Ewa, US Territory of Hawaii, 1940sTBM Avenger aircraft in covered concrete revetments at Marine Corps Air Station Ewa, US Territory of Hawaii, 1940s


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