Fletcher in a whaleboat waiting to board cruiser Astoria after his flagship Yorktown had been disabled, 1300, 4 Jun 1942Vice Admiral Frank Jack Fletcher, commander of Task Force 61 in support of the Guadalcanal landings, aboard his flagship USS Saratoga, 17 Sep 1942. Photo 1 of 2.Vice Admiral Frank Jack Fletcher, commander of Task Force 61 in support of the Guadalcanal landings, aboard his flagship USS Saratoga, 17 Sep 1942. Photo 2 of 2.US Navy Vice Admiral Frank Jack Fletcher lighting his pipe, circa 1942-1945
Fletcher in a whaleboat waiting to board cruiser Astoria after his flagship Yorktown had been disabled, 1300, 4 Jun 1942Vice Admiral Frank Jack Fletcher, commander of Task Force 61 in support of the Guadalcanal landings, aboard his flagship USS Saratoga, 17 Sep 1942. Photo 1 of 2.Vice Admiral Frank Jack Fletcher, commander of Task Force 61 in support of the Guadalcanal landings, aboard his flagship USS Saratoga, 17 Sep 1942. Photo 2 of 2.US Navy Vice Admiral Frank Jack Fletcher lighting his pipe, circa 1942-1945
Nimitz, Fletcher, Spruance, and others, CinCPacHQ, Pearl Harbor, 1944Commodore Leslie Gehres standing at attention while Vice Admiral Jack Fletcher presents him with the Legion of Merit award, Adak, Alaska, 19 Jan 1944. Photo 1 of 2.Commodore Leslie Gehres standing at attention while Vice Admiral Jack Fletcher presents him with the Legion of Merit award, Adak, Alaska, 19 Jan 1944. Photo 2 of 2.
Nimitz, Fletcher, Spruance, and others, CinCPacHQ, Pearl Harbor, 1944Commodore Leslie Gehres standing at attention while Vice Admiral Jack Fletcher presents him with the Legion of Merit award, Adak, Alaska, 19 Jan 1944. Photo 1 of 2.Commodore Leslie Gehres standing at attention while Vice Admiral Jack Fletcher presents him with the Legion of Merit award, Adak, Alaska, 19 Jan 1944. Photo 2 of 2.
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