|Ship Class||Langley-class Seaplane Tender|
|Builder||Mare Island Navy Yard|
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Langley (Langley-class) Operational Timeline
|20 Mar 1922Â||The US Navy commissioned its first aircraft carrier, USS Langley.|
|17 Oct 1922Â||Lieutenant V. C. Griffin flying a Vought VE-7SF aircraft made the first take-off from an American aircraft carrier (USS Langley).|
|2 May 1924Â||A Douglas DT-2 torpedo bomber was launched from the carrier USS Langley, while the ship was at anchor in Pensacola Bay, Florida, United States.|
|22 Feb 1942Â||USS Langley and freighter Sea Witch departed Fremantle, Australia with 59 P-40 fighters aboard for Java, Dutch East Indies.|
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