S-43 flying boat of Norwegian airline Det Norske Luftfartselskap at Gressholmen Airport near Oslo, Norway, 1936JRS-1 aircraft of US Marine Corps VMJ-1 squadron in flight, late 1930s; seen in Mar/Apr 1987 edition of US Navy publication Naval Aviation NewsJRS-1 aircraft of US Navy VJ-1 squadron in flight, probably near San Diego, California, United States, late 1930s; seen in Mar/Apr 1987 edition of US Navy publication Naval Aviation NewsS-43 aircraft in China, date unknown
S-43 flying boat of Norwegian airline Det Norske Luftfartselskap at Gressholmen Airport near Oslo, Norway, 1936JRS-1 aircraft of US Marine Corps VMJ-1 squadron in flight, late 1930s; seen in Mar/Apr 1987 edition of US Navy publication Naval Aviation NewsJRS-1 aircraft of US Navy VJ-1 squadron in flight, probably near San Diego, California, United States, late 1930s; seen in Mar/Apr 1987 edition of US Navy publication Naval Aviation NewsS-43 aircraft in China, date unknown
USS Arizona continuing to burn one day after the Japanese attack, Pearl Harbor, US Territory of Hawaii, 8 Dec 1941; note JRS-1 flying boat in left foregroundJRS-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 2JRS-1, J2F, OS2U, and R3D aircraft at Ford Island, US Territory of Hawaii, Jan or Feb 1942
USS Arizona continuing to burn one day after the Japanese attack, Pearl Harbor, US Territory of Hawaii, 8 Dec 1941; note JRS-1 flying boat in left foregroundJRS-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 2JRS-1, J2F, OS2U, and R3D aircraft at Ford Island, US Territory of Hawaii, Jan or Feb 1942
JRS-1 aircraft at Langley, Virginia, United States, 10 May 1945
JRS-1 aircraft at Langley, Virginia, United States, 10 May 1945
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