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A security guard standing among OS2U-3 Kingfishers staged for delivery to the US Navy, Stratford, Connecticut, United States, early 1942Float variant of the Vought OS2U Kingfisher of the RAAF 107 Squadron in flight, 1942-1945
A security guard standing among OS2U-3 Kingfishers staged for delivery to the US Navy, Stratford, Connecticut, United States, early 1942Float variant of the Vought OS2U Kingfisher of the RAAF 107 Squadron in flight, 1942-1945
OS2U Kingfisher floats on the ocean near a US Coast Guard cutter as they rescue survivors of a merchant ship torpedoed off the US East Coast; photograph from a US Navy airship, 1942Specifications for the Vought OS2U-3 Kingfisher, 1942.
OS2U Kingfisher floats on the ocean near a US Coast Guard cutter as they rescue survivors of a merchant ship torpedoed off the US East Coast; photograph from a US Navy airship, 1942Specifications for the Vought OS2U-3 Kingfisher, 1942.
JRS-1, J2F, and OS2U aircraft at Ford Island, US Territory of Hawaii, early 1942, photo 1 of 2JRS-1, J2F, and OS2U aircraft at Ford Island, US Territory of Hawaii, early 1942, photo 2 of 2
JRS-1, J2F, and OS2U aircraft at Ford Island, US Territory of Hawaii, early 1942, photo 1 of 2JRS-1, J2F, and OS2U aircraft at Ford Island, US Territory of Hawaii, early 1942, photo 2 of 2
JRS-1, J2F, OS2U, and R3D aircraft at Ford Island, US Territory of Hawaii, Jan or Feb 1942View of Naval Air Station Ford Island, Oahu, US Territory of Hawaii, Jan or Feb 1942; note J2F Duck, JRS, OS2U, and R3D (tail only) aircraft, USS Curtiss, and Northampton-class cruisers
JRS-1, J2F, OS2U, and R3D aircraft at Ford Island, US Territory of Hawaii, Jan or Feb 1942View of Naval Air Station Ford Island, Oahu, US Territory of Hawaii, Jan or Feb 1942; note J2F Duck, JRS, OS2U, and R3D (tail only) aircraft, USS Curtiss, and Northampton-class cruisers
Broadside view of Biscayne in her original configuration with a large crane and clear fantail, Boston Navy Yard, Massachusetts, United States, 19 Jan 1942; note OS2U Kingfisher aircraft on tailPort bow view of Biscayne in her original configuration with a large crane and clear fantail, Boston Navy Yard, Massachusetts, United States, 19 Jan 1942; note OS2U Kingfisher aircraft on tail
Broadside view of Biscayne in her original configuration with a large crane and clear fantail, Boston Navy Yard, Massachusetts, United States, 19 Jan 1942; note OS2U Kingfisher aircraft on tailPort bow view of Biscayne in her original configuration with a large crane and clear fantail, Boston Navy Yard, Massachusetts, United States, 19 Jan 1942; note OS2U Kingfisher aircraft on tail
Port quarter view of Biscayne in her original configuration with a large crane and clear fantail, Boston Navy Yard, Massachusetts, United States, 19 Jan 1942; note OS2U Kingfisher aircraft on tailUnited States Coast Guard OS2U-3 Kingfishers armed with aerial depth charges preparing for a convoy escort flight from Coast Guard Air Station Salem, Massachusetts, United States, early 1942.
Port quarter view of Biscayne in her original configuration with a large crane and clear fantail, Boston Navy Yard, Massachusetts, United States, 19 Jan 1942; note OS2U Kingfisher aircraft on tailUnited States Coast Guard OS2U-3 Kingfishers armed with aerial depth charges preparing for a convoy escort flight from Coast Guard Air Station Salem, Massachusetts, United States, early 1942.
Colorado off the Puget Sound Navy Yard, Bremerton, Washington, United States, 9 Feb 1942; note three Vought OS2U Kingfisher floatplanes on her catapultsWheeled variant of the Naval Aircraft Factory OS2N-1 Kingfisher (contract versions of the Vought OS2U-3) at rest at the Naval Aircraft Factory in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States, 1942
Colorado off the Puget Sound Navy Yard, Bremerton, Washington, United States, 9 Feb 1942; note three Vought OS2U Kingfisher floatplanes on her catapultsWheeled variant of the Naval Aircraft Factory OS2N-1 Kingfisher (contract versions of the Vought OS2U-3) at rest at the Naval Aircraft Factory in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States, 1942
Float variant of the Vought OS2U-2 Kingfisher in flight, location unknown, Jan-May 1942Aerial view of USS North Carolina, off the US east coast, 17 Apr 1942, photo 2 of 3
Float variant of the Vought OS2U-2 Kingfisher in flight, location unknown, Jan-May 1942Aerial view of USS North Carolina, off the US east coast, 17 Apr 1942, photo 2 of 3
Newly arrived aviation cadets at the Naval Air Station at Corpus Christi, Texas, United States submitting to haircut inspection, circa 1942. Note OS2U Kingfisher aircraft.Training Squadron 17 lining up for their graduation photo at the Naval Air Station at Corpus Christi, Texas, United States, circa 1942. Note OS2U Kingfisher aircraft.
Newly arrived aviation cadets at the Naval Air Station at Corpus Christi, Texas, United States submitting to haircut inspection, circa 1942. Note OS2U Kingfisher aircraft.Training Squadron 17 lining up for their graduation photo at the Naval Air Station at Corpus Christi, Texas, United States, circa 1942. Note OS2U Kingfisher aircraft.
King George VI inspecting battleship USS Washington at Scapa Flow, Scotland, United Kingdom, 7 Jun 1942; note OS2U Kingfisher float plane on catapultAn OS2U Kingfisher float plane being towed ashore at Funafuti, Ellice Islands, mid to late 1942. Note the extremely oversized insignia on the wings.
King George VI inspecting battleship USS Washington at Scapa Flow, Scotland, United Kingdom, 7 Jun 1942; note OS2U Kingfisher float plane on catapultAn OS2U Kingfisher float plane being towed ashore at Funafuti, Ellice Islands, mid to late 1942. Note the extremely oversized insignia on the wings.

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