United States Coast Guard JF-2 Duck aircraft at rest at Port Angeles, Washington, United States, late 1930sUnited States Coast Guard JF-2 Duck aircraft at rest, late 1930sTwo US Navy J2F Duck aircraft in flight over Oahu, US Territory of Hawaii, early 1940sUS Navy NAS Jacksonville (Florida, United States) commanding officer
United States Coast Guard JF-2 Duck aircraft at rest at Port Angeles, Washington, United States, late 1930sUnited States Coast Guard JF-2 Duck aircraft at rest, late 1930sTwo US Navy J2F Duck aircraft in flight over Oahu, US Territory of Hawaii, early 1940sUS Navy NAS Jacksonville (Florida, United States) commanding officer's J2F-3 Duck aircraft, 16 Jan 1940
J2F-3 Duck aircraft at Naval Air Station Jacksonville, Florida, United States, 1940View of Pearl Harbor smoke columns from Naval Air Station Ford Island, US Territory of Hawaii, 7 Dec 1941; note J2F aircraft, RD-3 aircraft, Hangar 37 building, USS Pennsylvania, and USS NevadaJRS-1, J2F, and OS2U aircraft at Ford Island, US Territory of Hawaii, early 1942, photo 1 of 2JRS-1, J2F, and OS2U aircraft at Ford Island, US Territory of Hawaii, early 1942, photo 2 of 2
J2F-3 Duck aircraft at Naval Air Station Jacksonville, Florida, United States, 1940View of Pearl Harbor smoke columns from Naval Air Station Ford Island, US Territory of Hawaii, 7 Dec 1941; note J2F aircraft, RD-3 aircraft, Hangar 37 building, USS Pennsylvania, and USS NevadaJRS-1, J2F, and OS2U aircraft at Ford Island, US Territory of Hawaii, early 1942, photo 1 of 2JRS-1, J2F, and OS2U aircraft at Ford Island, US Territory of Hawaii, early 1942, photo 2 of 2
JRS-1, J2F, OS2U, and R3D aircraft at Ford Island, US Territory of Hawaii, Jan or Feb 1942View of Naval Air Station Ford Island, Oahu, US Territory of Hawaii, Jan or Feb 1942; note J2F Duck, JRS, OS2U, and R3D (tail only) aircraft, USS Curtiss, and Northampton-class cruisersAircraft transport ship USS Kitty Hawk at Berth F-1, Ford Island, Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, Mar 1942. Note AT-6 Texans and J2F Ducks on top deck with wings removed and trucks on lower deck.US Navy J2F-5 Duck aircraft in flight during anti-submarine patrol, 23 Apr 1942; note Mark XVII depth charges
JRS-1, J2F, OS2U, and R3D aircraft at Ford Island, US Territory of Hawaii, Jan or Feb 1942View of Naval Air Station Ford Island, Oahu, US Territory of Hawaii, Jan or Feb 1942; note J2F Duck, JRS, OS2U, and R3D (tail only) aircraft, USS Curtiss, and Northampton-class cruisersAircraft transport ship USS Kitty Hawk at Berth F-1, Ford Island, Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, Mar 1942. Note AT-6 Texans and J2F Ducks on top deck with wings removed and trucks on lower deck.US Navy J2F-5 Duck aircraft in flight during anti-submarine patrol, 23 Apr 1942; note Mark XVII depth charges
Escort 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.Escort Carrier USS Thetis Bay taking PBY Catalinas, F6F Hellcats, and one J2F Duck from Hawaii to Alameda for repairs, Jul 8 1944United States Coast Guard J2F-6 Duck aircraft resting in Antarctic waters during Operation Hughjump, 7 Jan 1947; ship in background was either USS Yancey or USS Merrick
Escort 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.Escort Carrier USS Thetis Bay taking PBY Catalinas, F6F Hellcats, and one J2F Duck from Hawaii to Alameda for repairs, Jul 8 1944United States Coast Guard J2F-6 Duck aircraft resting in Antarctic waters during Operation Hughjump, 7 Jan 1947; ship in background was either USS Yancey or USS Merrick
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