45 items in this album on 3 pages.

HMAS Australia in the Panama Canal, Mar 1935USS Ranger transiting the Pedro Miguel Locks of the Panama Canal, Apr 7 1935.Submarines S-46, S-43, S-47, S-42, S-44, and S-45 at Naval Base Coco Solo, Panama Canal Zone, 1936USS Lexington (left), USS Ranger (center), USS Langley (lower center), USS Saratoga (right), and other warships at anchor off Panama, 1936
HMAS Australia in the Panama Canal, Mar 1935USS Ranger transiting the Pedro Miguel Locks of the Panama Canal, Apr 7 1935.Submarines S-46, S-43, S-47, S-42, S-44, and S-45 at Naval Base Coco Solo, Panama Canal Zone, 1936USS Lexington (left), USS Ranger (center), USS Langley (lower center), USS Saratoga (right), and other warships at anchor off Panama, 1936
Texas in the Gatun Locks of Panama Canal, en route to the US east coast, 21 Jun 1937Heavy cruiser USS Vincennes passing through the Panama Canal, 6 Jan 1938Schlesien in the Panama Canal, Mar 1938, photo 1 of 2Schlesien in the Panama Canal, Mar 1938, photo 2 of 2
Texas in the Gatun Locks of Panama Canal, en route to the US east coast, 21 Jun 1937Heavy cruiser USS Vincennes passing through the Panama Canal, 6 Jan 1938Schlesien in the Panama Canal, Mar 1938, photo 1 of 2Schlesien in the Panama Canal, Mar 1938, photo 2 of 2
A-17 aircraft of USAAC 74th Attack Squadron in flight over Panama Canal Zone, 1939A-17 aircraft of USAAC 74th Attack Squadron, Panama Canal Zone, 1939Aerial view of HMS Exeter, Panama Canal Zone, circa 1939Ground crew personnel of USAAC 74th Attack Squadron with an A-17 aircraft, Rio Hato Field, Panama Canal Zone, 1939
A-17 aircraft of USAAC 74th Attack Squadron in flight over Panama Canal Zone, 1939A-17 aircraft of USAAC 74th Attack Squadron, Panama Canal Zone, 1939Aerial view of HMS Exeter, Panama Canal Zone, circa 1939Ground crew personnel of USAAC 74th Attack Squadron with an A-17 aircraft, Rio Hato Field, Panama Canal Zone, 1939
HMS Exeter off, Coco Solo, Panama Canal Zone, circa 1939Overhead view of a PBY Catalina on its take-off run, Panama Canal Zone, 1939.Transport USS Henderson in the Panama Canal, 1930sRoosevelt and his Naval Aide, Captain Daniel J. Callaghan, taking the salute of a composite Battalion of the 14th Infantry at Gatun Locks, Panama Canal Zone, 18 Feb 1940
HMS Exeter off, Coco Solo, Panama Canal Zone, circa 1939Overhead view of a PBY Catalina on its take-off run, Panama Canal Zone, 1939.Transport USS Henderson in the Panama Canal, 1930sRoosevelt and his Naval Aide, Captain Daniel J. Callaghan, taking the salute of a composite Battalion of the 14th Infantry at Gatun Locks, Panama Canal Zone, 18 Feb 1940
Many of the design features of the Essex-class can be seen here as the USS Yorktown squeezes through the locks of the Panama Canal, 11 Jul 1943. Notably, the deck-edge aircraft elevator is in the raised position.PT-354 of MTB Squadron 25 with a mount of multiple M1 Bazooka rocket launchers positioned abaft the mast, Taboga Naval Station, Panama Canal Zone, 17 Dec 1943.A crew chief with the 51st Fighter Squadron in front of the P-38J Lightning “Rebel” at Howard Field, Panama Canal Zone, 1944-45.USS Reuben James transiting the Panama Canal at the Gaillard Cut (now known as the Culebra Cut), late Oct 1934.
Many of the design features of the Essex-class can be seen here as the USS Yorktown squeezes through the locks of the Panama Canal, 11 Jul 1943. Notably, the deck-edge aircraft elevator is in the raised position.PT-354 of MTB Squadron 25 with a mount of multiple M1 Bazooka rocket launchers positioned abaft the mast, Taboga Naval Station, Panama Canal Zone, 17 Dec 1943.A crew chief with the 51st Fighter Squadron in front of the P-38J Lightning “Rebel” at Howard Field, Panama Canal Zone, 1944-45.USS Reuben James transiting the Panama Canal at the Gaillard Cut (now known as the Culebra Cut), late Oct 1934.

45 items in this album on 3 pages.



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