F6F-3 Hellcat fighters on the flight deck of Saratoga as a TBM Avenger approached to land, circa 1943-44Bow of USS Cero seen from the conning tower, New London, Connecticut, United States, Aug 1943, photo 1 of 4Commander David White atop USS CeroLexington pilots celebrated a successful attack on the Marshall Islands, Nov 1943
F6F-3 Hellcat fighters on the flight deck of Saratoga as a TBM Avenger approached to land, circa 1943-44Bow of USS Cero seen from the conning tower, New London, Connecticut, United States, Aug 1943, photo 1 of 4Commander David White atop USS Cero's conning tower, New London, Connecticut, United States, Aug 1943Lexington pilots celebrated a successful attack on the Marshall Islands, Nov 1943
USS North Carolina underway during the Gilbert Islands operation, Nov 1943AMM1c Brannam of VF-16 working on the Pratt and Whitney R-2800 engine of a Grumman F6F-3 Hellcat fighter aboard USS Lexington (Essex-class) during a lull between strikes on Milli and Kwajalein, early Dec 1943.Hand of a buried Japanese soldier showing through the remains of a collapsed defensive position, Iwo Jima, Mar 1945US Navy TBM-3 Avenger over Iwo Jima, Japan, Mar 1945; note Mount Suribachi in center of photo and Allied ships to northwest (left)
USS North Carolina underway during the Gilbert Islands operation, Nov 1943AMM1c Brannam of VF-16 working on the Pratt and Whitney R-2800 engine of a Grumman F6F-3 Hellcat fighter aboard USS Lexington (Essex-class) during a lull between strikes on Milli and Kwajalein, early Dec 1943.Hand of a buried Japanese soldier showing through the remains of a collapsed defensive position, Iwo Jima, Mar 1945US Navy TBM-3 Avenger over Iwo Jima, Japan, Mar 1945; note Mount Suribachi in center of photo and Allied ships to northwest (left)
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