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US Navy airship K-101 of Airship Patrol Squadron ZP-14 at Pisa, Italy, May 1945.Detachment One of US Navy Lighter Than Air Utility Squadron ZJ-1 sit for a group photograph in front of airship K-28 control car, Meacham Field, Key West, Florida, United States, June 1, 1945.
US Navy airship K-101 of Airship Patrol Squadron ZP-14 at Pisa, Italy, May 1945.Detachment One of US Navy Lighter Than Air Utility Squadron ZJ-1 sit for a group photograph in front of airship K-28 control car, Meacham Field, Key West, Florida, United States, June 1, 1945.
USS Augusta, USS Midway, USS Enterprise, USS Missouri, USS New York, USS Helena, and USS Macon in the Hudson River in New York, New York, United States for Navy Day celebrations, 27 Oct 1945Aerial view of the Airship hangars at NAS Santa Ana, Tustin, California, United States, circa 1950. This base was home to Airship Patrol Squadron ZP-31 from Oct 1942 to Sep 1945 flying K-class airships.
USS Augusta, USS Midway, USS Enterprise, USS Missouri, USS New York, USS Helena, and USS Macon in the Hudson River in New York, New York, United States for Navy Day celebrations, 27 Oct 1945Aerial view of the Airship hangars at NAS Santa Ana, Tustin, California, United States, circa 1950. This base was home to Airship Patrol Squadron ZP-31 from Oct 1942 to Sep 1945 flying K-class airships.
K-class airship K-69 of Airship Patrol Squadron ZP-1 lifts off the flight deck of escort carrier USS Mindoro, Apr 28, 1950.Post-war photo of a US Navy K-class airship of Airship Early Warning Squadron ZW-4, late 1950s.
K-class airship K-69 of Airship Patrol Squadron ZP-1 lifts off the flight deck of escort carrier USS Mindoro, Apr 28, 1950.Post-war photo of a US Navy K-class airship of Airship Early Warning Squadron ZW-4, late 1950s.

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