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[Photo] TBF-1 Avengers of Torpedo Squadron 10 from USS Enterprise fly in formation over Espiritu Santo, March 1943.

[Photo] TBF-1 Avengers of Torpedo Squadron 10 from USS Enterprise fly in formation over Espiritu Santo, March 1943. | World War II Database

Aircraft - Des bombardiers-torpilleurs US Douglas TBD "Devastator" sur le pont d'un porte avion

Photo Originale Couleur du magazine "Life Time" - Original Color Photo from Magazine "Life Time"

USS Saratoga (CV-3); USS Enterprise (CV-6); USS Hornet (CV-12) and USS San Jacinto (CVL-30) docked at Naval Air Station, Alameda, California. Mid-September, 1945 [3600 x 2882]

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Why the Douglas SBD Dauntless Had Such a Stunning Combat Record

The Douglas SBD Dauntless sank more Japanese shipping in the Pacific, with the lowest loss ratio of any Navy carrier-based combat aircraft.

A sad ending...the USS Enterprise in the Brooklyn Navy Yard in 1958, tens days before she was sold for scrap. The carrier next to her is the Independence nearing completion.[740x580]

Post with 232 views. A sad ending...the USS Enterprise in the Brooklyn Navy Yard in 1958, tens days before she was sold for scrap. The carrier next to her is the Independence nearing completion.[740x580]

MaritimeQuest - USS Enterprise CV-6 / CVA-6 / CVS-6 Page 1

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MaritimeQuest - USS Enterprise CV-6 / CVA-6 / CVS-6 Page 1

The USS Enterprise: 1775-2012 (Part 2)

Enterprise VII World War II--Before the War The seventh USS Enterprise (CV-6), also called the “Big E,” was launched from the dry-docks on October 3rd , 1936. The ship had a displacement of 19,800 tons as built, over 25,000 tons with a full load. Its length at the waterline was 230 meters. Total length was 251.38 meters. The aircraft carrier was commissioned in 1938, cruised to Rio de Jeneiro, and then toured the Caribbean. In 1939, the USS Enterprise was ordered to the Pacific. She was…

Scout Squadron 6 During the Pearl Harbor Attack - Warfare History Network

Scout Squadron 6 departed from the aircraft carrier Enterprise that arrived over Pearl Harbor simultaneously with the Japanese.

Army and Navy Flying Jackets WWII

Army and Navy Flying Jackets WWII information and photos from Olive-Drab.com

MaritimeQuest - USS Enterprise CV-6 / CVA-6 / CVS-6 Page 1

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MaritimeQuest - USS Enterprise CV-6 / CVA-6 / CVS-6 Page 1

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Website with searchable ship database about warships, passenger liners, merchant ships, photo galleries, technical details, stories, news and much more.

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80-G-42561: Scene from the flight deck of USS Enterprise (CV 6) during the Battle of Santa Cruz, 26 October 1942. Lurching to the edge of the flight deck as a result of a near miss by a Japanse bomb, this US Navy plane finally halts just before plunging into a gun gallery. Note, a member of the crew hitting the deck in order to avoid the swerving wings of the plane. (8/13/2014).

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USS Enterprise (CV-6). Landing aircraft while supporting the Gilberts Operation, 22 November 1943. A TBM "Avenger" torpedo plane is on the flight deck, aft, while another is flying overhead. Official U.S. Navy Photograph, now in the collections of the National Archives, 80-G-333207.

[Photo] F4F-3 Wildcats of Fighting Squadron 6 get ready for launch from USS Enterprise, May 12 1942 while on their way toward the Battle of the Coral Sea (which was over before Enterprise could get there).

[Photo] F4F-3 Wildcats of Fighting Squadron 6 get ready for launch from USS Enterprise, May 12 1942 while on their way toward the Battle of the Coral Sea (which was over before Enterprise could get there). | World War II Database

[Photo] SBD Dauntless aircraft flying over USS Enterprise (foreground) and USS Saratoga (background), off Guadalcanal, Solomon Islands, 19 Dec 1942

[Photo] SBD Dauntless aircraft flying over USS Enterprise (foreground) and USS Saratoga (background), off Guadalcanal, Solomon Islands, 19 Dec 1942 | World War II Database