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The battleships Nevada (background) and Arizona (foreground) being overhauled at the Norfolk Navy Yard, late 1929. Note Arizona’s new tripod masts that became so iconic in photos from the Pearl Harbor Attack.USS Yorktown (Yorktown-class) commissioning ceremonies taking place on the flight deck, Naval Operating Base Norfolk, Virginia, United States, 30 Sep 1937. Note destroyer USS Jacob Jones on the other side of the pier
The battleships Nevada (background) and Arizona (foreground) being overhauled at the Norfolk Navy Yard, late 1929. Note Arizona’s new tripod masts that became so iconic in photos from the Pearl Harbor Attack.USS Yorktown (Yorktown-class) commissioning ceremonies taking place on the flight deck, Naval Operating Base Norfolk, Virginia, United States, 30 Sep 1937. Note destroyer USS Jacob Jones on the other side of the pier
PBY-5 Catalina patrol plane of Patrol Squadron VP-5 at Norfolk, Virginia, United States, Mar 1941. Note the National Insignia on the nose which at this time were only put on the sides of planes in the Neutrality PatrolsStarboard bow view of HMS Indomitable at anchor off Norfolk, Virginia, United States, 21 Nov 1941
PBY-5 Catalina patrol plane of Patrol Squadron VP-5 at Norfolk, Virginia, United States, Mar 1941. Note the National Insignia on the nose which at this time were only put on the sides of planes in the Neutrality PatrolsStarboard bow view of HMS Indomitable at anchor off Norfolk, Virginia, United States, 21 Nov 1941
Starboard quarter view of HMS Indomitable at anchor off Norfolk, Virginia, United States, 21 Nov 1941Aircraft carrier USS Hornet (Yorktown-class) at Pier 7, Norfolk Operating Base, Portsmouth, Virginia, United States, Feb 1942. Note F4F-3 Wildcats of Fighting Squadron 3 and SBC-4 Helldiver I’s from Bombing Squadron 8.
Starboard quarter view of HMS Indomitable at anchor off Norfolk, Virginia, United States, 21 Nov 1941Aircraft carrier USS Hornet (Yorktown-class) at Pier 7, Norfolk Operating Base, Portsmouth, Virginia, United States, Feb 1942. Note F4F-3 Wildcats of Fighting Squadron 3 and SBC-4 Helldiver I’s from Bombing Squadron 8.
A TBF Avenger of Torpedo Squadron VT-8 at Norfolk, Virginia, United States, Mar 1942. Note the red and white rudder stripes that were authorized for only four months.USS Ancon underway, off Norfolk, Virginia, United States, 15 Oct 1942
A TBF Avenger of Torpedo Squadron VT-8 at Norfolk, Virginia, United States, Mar 1942. Note the red and white rudder stripes that were authorized for only four months.USS Ancon underway, off Norfolk, Virginia, United States, 15 Oct 1942
Battleship USS Texas off Norfolk, Virginia, United States, 15 Mar 1943The colors being hoisted for the first time aboard the USS Yorktown (Essex-class) during the ship’s commissioning ceremonies, 15 Apr 1943 at Norfolk, Virginia, United States
Battleship USS Texas off Norfolk, Virginia, United States, 15 Mar 1943The colors being hoisted for the first time aboard the USS Yorktown (Essex-class) during the ship’s commissioning ceremonies, 15 Apr 1943 at Norfolk, Virginia, United States
USS Ancon underway, Norfolk, Virginia, United States, 24 Apr 1943USS Yorktown (Essex-class) at Norfolk, Virginia, United States, 27 Apr 1943
USS Ancon underway, Norfolk, Virginia, United States, 24 Apr 1943USS Yorktown (Essex-class) at Norfolk, Virginia, United States, 27 Apr 1943
USS Yorktown (Essex-class) at Norfolk, Virginia, United States, 27 Apr 1943Destroyers line the dock at Norfolk Naval Operating Base, Norfolk, Virginia, United States, May 1943. Visible are USS Edison, USS Schroeder, USS Spence, and USS Foote.
USS Yorktown (Essex-class) at Norfolk, Virginia, United States, 27 Apr 1943Destroyers line the dock at Norfolk Naval Operating Base, Norfolk, Virginia, United States, May 1943. Visible are USS Edison, USS Schroeder, USS Spence, and USS Foote.
F6F-3 Hellcats being loaded aboard USS Yorktown (Essex-class) at Norfolk, Virginia, 1943.USS Yorktown (Essex-class) at Norfolk, Virginia, United States, 1 Jul 1943
F6F-3 Hellcats being loaded aboard USS Yorktown (Essex-class) at Norfolk, Virginia, 1943.USS Yorktown (Essex-class) at Norfolk, Virginia, United States, 1 Jul 1943
PB4Y-1 Liberator from US Navy Patrol Squadron VP-114 on the ramp at Norfolk, Virginia, United States, circa Aug 1943.USS Intrepid entering the deperming station at Norfolk, Virginia, United States, 11 Sep 1943. Note the outline of the ship’s waterline painted on the flight deck. Photo 1 of 3.
PB4Y-1 Liberator from US Navy Patrol Squadron VP-114 on the ramp at Norfolk, Virginia, United States, circa Aug 1943.USS Intrepid entering the deperming station at Norfolk, Virginia, United States, 11 Sep 1943. Note the outline of the ship’s waterline painted on the flight deck. Photo 1 of 3.
USS Intrepid entering the deperming station at Norfolk, Virginia, United States, 11 Sep 1943. Note the outline of the ship’s waterline painted on the flight deck. Photo 2 of 3.USS Intrepid entering the deperming station at Norfolk, Virginia, United States, 11 Sep 1943. Note the outline of the ship’s waterline painted on the flight deck. Photo 3 of 3.
USS Intrepid entering the deperming station at Norfolk, Virginia, United States, 11 Sep 1943. Note the outline of the ship’s waterline painted on the flight deck. Photo 2 of 3.USS Intrepid entering the deperming station at Norfolk, Virginia, United States, 11 Sep 1943. Note the outline of the ship’s waterline painted on the flight deck. Photo 3 of 3.

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