Carrier HMS Ark Royal listing badly after a torpedo from German submarine U-81 opened a large hole in her starboard side east of Gibraltar, 13 Nov 1941.Martlet fighters aboard HMS Formidable in the Mediterranean Sea, 1940sSeafire Mk IIc fighter of No. 885 Squadron FAA aboard HMS Formidable in the Mediterranean Sea, Dec 1942HMS Nelson and HMS Formidable in the Mediterranean Sea, 1942-1943
Carrier HMS Ark Royal listing badly after a torpedo from German submarine U-81 opened a large hole in her starboard side east of Gibraltar, 13 Nov 1941.Martlet fighters aboard HMS Formidable in the Mediterranean Sea, 1940sSeafire Mk IIc fighter of No. 885 Squadron FAA aboard HMS Formidable in the Mediterranean Sea, Dec 1942HMS Nelson and HMS Formidable in the Mediterranean Sea, 1942-1943
Horst Grund with a hand-held camera, Mediterranean Sea, circa 1943Horst Grund with an Arriflex camera in the Mediterranean Sea, circa 1943Martlet fighter of No. 888 Squadron FAA taking off from HMS Formidable, Mediterranean Sea, circa 1942-1943Martlet fighter of No. 888 Squadron FAA taking off from HMS Formidable, Mediterranean Sea, circa 1942-1943
Horst Grund with a hand-held camera, Mediterranean Sea, circa 1943Horst Grund with an Arriflex camera in the Mediterranean Sea, circa 1943Martlet fighter of No. 888 Squadron FAA taking off from HMS Formidable, Mediterranean Sea, circa 1942-1943Martlet fighter of No. 888 Squadron FAA taking off from HMS Formidable, Mediterranean Sea, circa 1942-1943
Martlet IV and Seafire IIc fighters of Nos. 885, 888, and 893 Squadron FAA aboard HMS Formidable off Italy, Sep 1943Explosion aboard Roma, Strait of Bonifacio between the Mediterranean Sea and the Tyrrhenian Sea, 9 Sep 1943, photo 1 of 2Explosion aboard Roma, Strait of Bonifacio between the Mediterranean Sea and the Tyrrhenian Sea, 9 Sep 1943, photo 2 of 2F6F-5 Hellcat set for a catapult launch from Escort Carrier USS Kasaan Bay in support of Operation Anvil/Dragoon, the invasion of southern France, Aug 1944
Martlet IV and Seafire IIc fighters of Nos. 885, 888, and 893 Squadron FAA aboard HMS Formidable off Italy, Sep 1943Explosion aboard Roma, Strait of Bonifacio between the Mediterranean Sea and the Tyrrhenian Sea, 9 Sep 1943, photo 1 of 2Explosion aboard Roma, Strait of Bonifacio between the Mediterranean Sea and the Tyrrhenian Sea, 9 Sep 1943, photo 2 of 2F6F-5 Hellcat set for a catapult launch from Escort Carrier USS Kasaan Bay in support of Operation Anvil/Dragoon, the invasion of southern France, Aug 1944
Crew of a PBY Catalina attached to Air-Sea Rescue work to get TSgt James E Latta & SSgt Willis B Morlan out of the Adriatic after they were forced to bail out from their B-24H Liberator following a raid on Vienna, Austria; Oct 13 1944.Trials Cruiser HMS Cumberland off Malta in pre-wetting experiments designed to keep radioactive fallout particles from adhering to a ship’s surfaces, Sep 1955.H-34 Chocktaw helicopters aboard USS Corregidor, off Lebanon, Jul 1958; seen in Oct 1958 issue of US Navy Naval Aviation NewsL-20 aircraft of US Army 24th Infantry Division taking off from USS Corregidor off Lebanon, Jul 1958; seen in Oct 1958 issue of US Navy Naval Aviation News
Crew of a PBY Catalina attached to Air-Sea Rescue work to get TSgt James E Latta & SSgt Willis B Morlan out of the Adriatic after they were forced to bail out from their B-24H Liberator following a raid on Vienna, Austria; Oct 13 1944.Trials Cruiser HMS Cumberland off Malta in pre-wetting experiments designed to keep radioactive fallout particles from adhering to a ship’s surfaces, Sep 1955.H-34 Chocktaw helicopters aboard USS Corregidor, off Lebanon, Jul 1958; seen in Oct 1958 issue of US Navy Naval Aviation NewsL-20 aircraft of US Army 24th Infantry Division taking off from USS Corregidor off Lebanon, Jul 1958; seen in Oct 1958 issue of US Navy Naval Aviation News


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