Cadet J.J. Clark’s page from the Naval Academy’s ‘Lucky Bag’ yearbook for the class of 1918 (graduated early in 1917).United States Navy Fighting Squadron 2-B Commander J.J. Clark flying a Boeing F-3B past the carrier USS Lexington (Lexington-class), circa 1931, probably along the California coast.Captain J.J. Clark and Rear Admiral Arthur Radford on the bridge of the USS Yorktown (Essex-class), Oct 1943.Captain J.J. Clark aboard the USS Yorktown (Essex-class), late 1943.
Cadet J.J. Clark’s page from the Naval Academy’s ‘Lucky Bag’ yearbook for the class of 1918 (graduated early in 1917).United States Navy Fighting Squadron 2-B Commander J.J. Clark flying a Boeing F-3B past the carrier USS Lexington (Lexington-class), circa 1931, probably along the California coast.Captain J.J. Clark and Rear Admiral Arthur Radford on the bridge of the USS Yorktown (Essex-class), Oct 1943.Captain J.J. Clark aboard the USS Yorktown (Essex-class), late 1943.
Stock Certificate for the Jocko Jima Development Company created by the pilots of the USS Hornet (Essex-class), 1944, due to Jocko Clark’s obsessive interest in attacking the “Jima” islands (the Bonins).Newly promoted Fleet Admiral Chester Nimitz hosting a collection of Third Fleet flag officers aboard battleship USS New Jersey in Ulithi Lagoon, Caroline Islands, Christmas Eve, 1944.Rear Admiral J.J. Clark, commander of the carrier Task Group built around USS Hornet (Essex-class), on the bridge of his flagship, late 1944 or early 1945.Commander Task Force 77, Rear Admiral J.J. Clark, second from left, and other task force commanders listening to Commander 7th Fleet, Vice Admiral Robert Briscoe, right, during the Korean War, 1952.
Stock Certificate for the Jocko Jima Development Company created by the pilots of the USS Hornet (Essex-class), 1944, due to Jocko Clark’s obsessive interest in attacking the “Jima” islands (the Bonins).Newly promoted Fleet Admiral Chester Nimitz hosting a collection of Third Fleet flag officers aboard battleship USS New Jersey in Ulithi Lagoon, Caroline Islands, Christmas Eve, 1944.Rear Admiral J.J. Clark, commander of the carrier Task Group built around USS Hornet (Essex-class), on the bridge of his flagship, late 1944 or early 1945.Commander Task Force 77, Rear Admiral J.J. Clark, second from left, and other task force commanders listening to Commander 7th Fleet, Vice Admiral Robert Briscoe, right, during the Korean War, 1952.
Vice Admiral J.J. Clark escorting Republic of Korea President Syngman Rhee and First Lady Francesca Rhee on the deck of USS Missouri off Pusan (now Busan), South Korea, 20 Nov 1952.Portrait of Admiral J.J. Clark on the occasion of his retirement, 1953.
Vice Admiral J.J. Clark escorting Republic of Korea President Syngman Rhee and First Lady Francesca Rhee on the deck of USS Missouri off Pusan (now Busan), South Korea, 20 Nov 1952.Portrait of Admiral J.J. Clark on the occasion of his retirement, 1953.
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