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114 items in this album on 6 pages.

The cerws of USS Saratoga (foreground) and HMNZS Gambia (center) saluting each other as USS Saratoga was preparing to leave Indian Ocean, 18 May 1944USS Saratoga in Camouflage Measure 32  following overhaul, Puget Sound, Washington, United States, 7 Sep 1944, photo 1 of 2
The cerws of USS Saratoga (foreground) and HMNZS Gambia (center) saluting each other as USS Saratoga was preparing to leave Indian Ocean, 18 May 1944USS Saratoga in Camouflage Measure 32 following overhaul, Puget Sound, Washington, United States, 7 Sep 1944, photo 1 of 2
USS Saratoga in Camouflage Measure 32  following overhaul, Puget Sound, Washington, United States, 7 Sep 1944, photo 2 of 2Following an attack from Japanese special attack aircraft, fires grew in the forward hangar deck of USS Saratoga off Iwo Jima, 21 Feb 1945. The fires increased greatly before they could be controlled. Photo 1 of 3
USS Saratoga in Camouflage Measure 32 following overhaul, Puget Sound, Washington, United States, 7 Sep 1944, photo 2 of 2Following an attack from Japanese special attack aircraft, fires grew in the forward hangar deck of USS Saratoga off Iwo Jima, 21 Feb 1945. The fires increased greatly before they could be controlled. Photo 1 of 3
Following an attack from Japanese special attack aircraft, fires grew in the forward hangar deck of USS Saratoga off Iwo Jima, 21 Feb 1945. The fires increased greatly before they could be controlled. Photo 2 of 3Following an attack from Japanese special attack aircraft, fires grew in the forward hangar deck of USS Saratoga off Iwo Jima, 21 Feb 1945. The fires increased greatly before they could be controlled. Photo 3 of 3
Following an attack from Japanese special attack aircraft, fires grew in the forward hangar deck of USS Saratoga off Iwo Jima, 21 Feb 1945. The fires increased greatly before they could be controlled. Photo 2 of 3Following an attack from Japanese special attack aircraft, fires grew in the forward hangar deck of USS Saratoga off Iwo Jima, 21 Feb 1945. The fires increased greatly before they could be controlled. Photo 3 of 3
Saratoga running full power trials in Puget Sound, Washington, United States, following battle damage repairs, 15 May 1945. Photo 1 of 2.Saratoga running full power trials in Puget Sound, Washington, United States, following battle damage repairs, 15 May 1945. Photo 2 of 2.
Saratoga running full power trials in Puget Sound, Washington, United States, following battle damage repairs, 15 May 1945. Photo 1 of 2.Saratoga running full power trials in Puget Sound, Washington, United States, following battle damage repairs, 15 May 1945. Photo 2 of 2.
USS Saratoga coming in to Berth F-2 at Ford Island, Pearl Harbor, US Territory of Hawaii, circa Jun 1945Carriers Saratoga, Enterprise, Hornet, and San Jacinto, Alameda, California, Sep 1945
USS Saratoga coming in to Berth F-2 at Ford Island, Pearl Harbor, US Territory of Hawaii, circa Jun 1945Carriers Saratoga, Enterprise, Hornet, and San Jacinto, Alameda, California, Sep 1945
USS Saratoga on Operation Magic Carpet duty, late 1945, seen in Dec 1945 issue of US Navy publication Naval Aviation NewsUSS Saratoga repatrioting US servicemen, late 1945
USS Saratoga on Operation Magic Carpet duty, late 1945, seen in Dec 1945 issue of US Navy publication Naval Aviation NewsUSS Saratoga repatrioting US servicemen, late 1945
Saratoga sinking after atomic bomb blast, Bikini Atoll, Marshall islands, 25 Jul 1946, photo 1 of 2Saratoga sinking after atomic bomb blast, Bikini Atoll, Marshall islands, 25 Jul 1946, photo 2 of 2
Saratoga sinking after atomic bomb blast, Bikini Atoll, Marshall islands, 25 Jul 1946, photo 1 of 2Saratoga sinking after atomic bomb blast, Bikini Atoll, Marshall islands, 25 Jul 1946, photo 2 of 2

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