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Todd-Pacific Shipyard, Tacoma, Washington, United States in 1942-43. 21 of the 37 Bogue-class escort carriers built at Todd-Pacific are seen in this photo and 5 more are just out of frame to the left.Todd-Pacific Shipyard, Tacoma, Washington, United States in 1942-43. 26 of the 37 Bogue-class escort carriers built at Todd-Pacific are seen in this photo.TBF-1 Avenger landing on Auxiliary Carrier USS Card bounced over the arresting cables, crashed the barrier, and stopped in an anti-aircraft gun tub, 9 Dec 1942 off San Diego, California, United States. 1 of 2.TBF-1 Avenger landing on Auxiliary Carrier USS Card bounced over the arresting cables, crashed the barrier, and stopped in an anti-aircraft gun tub, 9 Dec 1942 off San Diego, California, United States. 2 of 2.
Todd-Pacific Shipyard, Tacoma, Washington, United States in 1942-43. 21 of the 37 Bogue-class escort carriers built at Todd-Pacific are seen in this photo and 5 more are just out of frame to the left.Todd-Pacific Shipyard, Tacoma, Washington, United States in 1942-43. 26 of the 37 Bogue-class escort carriers built at Todd-Pacific are seen in this photo.TBF-1 Avenger landing on Auxiliary Carrier USS Card bounced over the arresting cables, crashed the barrier, and stopped in an anti-aircraft gun tub, 9 Dec 1942 off San Diego, California, United States. 1 of 2.TBF-1 Avenger landing on Auxiliary Carrier USS Card bounced over the arresting cables, crashed the barrier, and stopped in an anti-aircraft gun tub, 9 Dec 1942 off San Diego, California, United States. 2 of 2.
Auxiliary Aircraft Carrier USS Card underway in New York Harbor, Feb 1943. Note her Measure 21 paint scheme and also the plainly visible lines of her merchantman hull.Auxiliary Aircraft Carrier USS Card at Norfolk Navy Yard, 26 Mar 1943. Note that she is now painted in Measure 22.Change of Command ceremony aboard USS Card, Captain Arnold J. “Buster” Isbell, left, relieved Captain James Sykes at Norfolk, Virginia, 17 Apr 1943.On the flight deck of USS Card in front of a TBF Avenger, US Navy Rear Admiral Frank Lowry (center) is flanked by two Rear Admirals of the French Navy, C.A. Ronarc’h (left) and Jacques Missoffe, Casablanca, 4 Jun 1943.
Auxiliary Aircraft Carrier USS Card underway in New York Harbor, Feb 1943. Note her Measure 21 paint scheme and also the plainly visible lines of her merchantman hull.Auxiliary Aircraft Carrier USS Card at Norfolk Navy Yard, 26 Mar 1943. Note that she is now painted in Measure 22.Change of Command ceremony aboard USS Card, Captain Arnold J. “Buster” Isbell, left, relieved Captain James Sykes at Norfolk, Virginia, 17 Apr 1943.On the flight deck of USS Card in front of a TBF Avenger, US Navy Rear Admiral Frank Lowry (center) is flanked by two Rear Admirals of the French Navy, C.A. Ronarc’h (left) and Jacques Missoffe, Casablanca, 4 Jun 1943.
Escort carrier USS Card with TBF-1 Avengers and F4F-4 Wildcats of Composite Squadron VC-1 steaming into the Atlantic, about Aug 1943. Note the airplanes painted white.German submarines U-66 (left) and U-117 were caught on the surface in the mid-Atlantic by a coordinated attack by TBF-1 Avengers and F4F Wildcats flying from USS Card, 7 Aug 1943. U-117 was sunk in the attack.German submarine U-664 lying dead in the water and sinking by the stern as her crew abandoned ship following an air attack from USS Card aircraft in the mid-Atlantic, 9 Aug 1943. Photo 1 of 2.German submarine U-664 lying dead in the water and sinking by the stern as her crew abandoned ship following an air attack from USS Card aircraft in the mid-Atlantic, 9 Aug 1943. Photo 2 of 2.
Escort carrier USS Card with TBF-1 Avengers and F4F-4 Wildcats of Composite Squadron VC-1 steaming into the Atlantic, about Aug 1943. Note the airplanes painted white.German submarines U-66 (left) and U-117 were caught on the surface in the mid-Atlantic by a coordinated attack by TBF-1 Avengers and F4F Wildcats flying from USS Card, 7 Aug 1943. U-117 was sunk in the attack.German submarine U-664 lying dead in the water and sinking by the stern as her crew abandoned ship following an air attack from USS Card aircraft in the mid-Atlantic, 9 Aug 1943. Photo 1 of 2.German submarine U-664 lying dead in the water and sinking by the stern as her crew abandoned ship following an air attack from USS Card aircraft in the mid-Atlantic, 9 Aug 1943. Photo 2 of 2.
Escort Carrier USS Card in the North Atlantic photographed 10 Aug 1943 amid the large oil slick left by German submarine U-664, sunk by Card aircraft the day before.Photo showing a US Navy Mark 24 FIDO acoustic homing torpedo just entering the water. The torpedo can be seen beginning its track toward a submerged submarine. Mid-Atlantic, 12 Oct 1943.Action Report filed by TBF Avenger pilots LtCdr Howard Avery and Ens Barton Sheela flying from USS Card documenting their attack on German U-402 in the mid-Atlantic, 13 Oct 1943. Page 1 of 3.Action Report filed by TBF Avenger pilots LtCdr Howard Avery and Ens Barton Sheela flying from USS Card documenting their attack on German U-402 in the mid-Atlantic, 13 Oct 1943. Page 2 of 3.
Escort Carrier USS Card in the North Atlantic photographed 10 Aug 1943 amid the large oil slick left by German submarine U-664, sunk by Card aircraft the day before.Photo showing a US Navy Mark 24 FIDO acoustic homing torpedo just entering the water. The torpedo can be seen beginning its track toward a submerged submarine. Mid-Atlantic, 12 Oct 1943.Action Report filed by TBF Avenger pilots LtCdr Howard Avery and Ens Barton Sheela flying from USS Card documenting their attack on German U-402 in the mid-Atlantic, 13 Oct 1943. Page 1 of 3.Action Report filed by TBF Avenger pilots LtCdr Howard Avery and Ens Barton Sheela flying from USS Card documenting their attack on German U-402 in the mid-Atlantic, 13 Oct 1943. Page 2 of 3.
Action Report filed by TBF Avenger pilots LtCdr Howard Avery and Ens Barton Sheela flying from USS Card documenting their attack on German U-402 in the mid-Atlantic, 13 Oct 1943. Page 3 of 3.Photo of the German submarine U-402 on the surface of the mid-Atlantic while under attack from US Navy LtCdr Howard Avery’s TBF Avenger flying from USS Card, 13 Oct 1943.Photo showing a US Navy Mark 24 FIDO acoustic homing torpedo just entering the water. The torpedo can be seen beginning its track toward a submerged submarine. Mid-Atlantic, 13 Oct 1943.Photo of the 130 survivors of destroyer USS Borie on the flight deck of USS Card following a memorial service for the 27 shipmates lost in the sinking 2 Nov 1943 (photo about 8 Nov 1943).
Action Report filed by TBF Avenger pilots LtCdr Howard Avery and Ens Barton Sheela flying from USS Card documenting their attack on German U-402 in the mid-Atlantic, 13 Oct 1943. Page 3 of 3.Photo of the German submarine U-402 on the surface of the mid-Atlantic while under attack from US Navy LtCdr Howard Avery’s TBF Avenger flying from USS Card, 13 Oct 1943.Photo showing a US Navy Mark 24 FIDO acoustic homing torpedo just entering the water. The torpedo can be seen beginning its track toward a submerged submarine. Mid-Atlantic, 13 Oct 1943.Photo of the 130 survivors of destroyer USS Borie on the flight deck of USS Card following a memorial service for the 27 shipmates lost in the sinking 2 Nov 1943 (photo about 8 Nov 1943).

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