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Lexington under dive bomber attack during Battle of Coral Sea, shortly before noon on 8 May 1942Lexington underway as seen from Yorktown, whose flight deck edge and aircraft can be seen at bottom of photo, Battle of Coral Sea, 8 May 1942
Lexington under dive bomber attack during Battle of Coral Sea, shortly before noon on 8 May 1942Lexington underway as seen from Yorktown, whose flight deck edge and aircraft can be seen at bottom of photo, Battle of Coral Sea, 8 May 1942
Lexington underway, Battle of Coral Sea, morning of 8 May 1942Lexington
Lexington underway, Battle of Coral Sea, morning of 8 May 1942Lexington's crew prepared to abandon ship, about 1700 on 8 May 1942
Mushroom cloud rose above USS Lexington after an explosion, 8 May 1942; carrier Yorktown on horizon and destroyer Hammann to the left of photographShokaku steered the right as near misses splashed to starboard side, Battle of Coral Sea, 8 May 1942
Mushroom cloud rose above USS Lexington after an explosion, 8 May 1942; carrier Yorktown on horizon and destroyer Hammann to the left of photographShokaku steered the right as near misses splashed to starboard side, Battle of Coral Sea, 8 May 1942
Shokaku under attack as seen by a TBD-1 airman, 8 May 1942Shokaku under attack at Coral Sea, 8 May 1942
Shokaku under attack as seen by a TBD-1 airman, 8 May 1942Shokaku under attack at Coral Sea, 8 May 1942
Survivors of USS Lexington rescued by a cruiser, Battle of Coral Sea, 8 May 1942Torpedo damage on Lexington, 8 May 1942
Survivors of USS Lexington rescued by a cruiser, Battle of Coral Sea, 8 May 1942Torpedo damage on Lexington, 8 May 1942
USS Lexington (Lexington-class) underway during the Battle of the Coral Sea early on 8 May 1942. Perhaps the last photo while still in operational status before torpedoes and bombs forced her to be abandonedUSS Lexington burning as she was being abandoned, 8 May 1942, photo 1 of 2; note USS Chester and other warships nearby
USS Lexington (Lexington-class) underway during the Battle of the Coral Sea early on 8 May 1942. Perhaps the last photo while still in operational status before torpedoes and bombs forced her to be abandonedUSS Lexington burning as she was being abandoned, 8 May 1942, photo 1 of 2; note USS Chester and other warships nearby
USS Lexington burning as she was being abandoned, 8 May 1942, photo 2 of 2; note USS Chester and other warships nearbyUSS Lexington
USS Lexington burning as she was being abandoned, 8 May 1942, photo 2 of 2; note USS Chester and other warships nearbyUSS Lexington's crewmen sliding down lines into a destroyer as the carrier was being abandoned, 8 May 1942, photo 1 of 2
USS LexingtonView of Lexington
USS Lexington's crewmen sliding down lines into a destroyer as the carrier was being abandoned, 8 May 1942, photo 2 of 2View of Lexington's flight deck during Battle of Coral Sea, at 1500 on 8 May 1942
Close-up view of damaged received from the third bomb hit on Shokaku during the Battle of the Coral Sea, Kure, Japan, between 17 May and 27 Jun 1942Damage sustained by Shokaku during the Battle of the Coral Sea, Kure, Japan, between 17 May and 27 Jun 1942
Close-up view of damaged received from the third bomb hit on Shokaku during the Battle of the Coral Sea, Kure, Japan, between 17 May and 27 Jun 1942Damage sustained by Shokaku during the Battle of the Coral Sea, Kure, Japan, between 17 May and 27 Jun 1942
Japanese carrier Shokaku damaged after Battle of Coral Sea, Kure, Japan, between 17 May and 27 Jun 1942Repair activities aboard Shokaku
Japanese carrier Shokaku damaged after Battle of Coral Sea, Kure, Japan, between 17 May and 27 Jun 1942Repair activities aboard Shokaku's boat deck, damaged by the second bomb that hit her during the Battle of Coral Sea, Kure, Japan, between 17 May and 27 Jun 1942

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