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African-American US Army 2nd lts. Henry Harris, Frank Frederick Doughton, Elmer B. Kountze, and Rogers H. Beardon pinning on their new brass rank insignias, Ft. Benning, Georgia, US, 29 May 1942Albacore aircraft of No. 820 Squadron FAA having just taken off from HMS Formidable in the Indian Ocean, 29 May 1942; photo taken from HMS Warspite
African-American US Army 2nd lts. Henry Harris, Frank Frederick Doughton, Elmer B. Kountze, and Rogers H. Beardon pinning on their new brass rank insignias, Ft. Benning, Georgia, US, 29 May 1942Albacore aircraft of No. 820 Squadron FAA having just taken off from HMS Formidable in the Indian Ocean, 29 May 1942; photo taken from HMS Warspite
QuincySubhash Chandra Bose and Adolf Hitler, Reich Chancellery, Berlin, Germany, 29 May 1942
Quincy's conning tower, 29 May 1942Subhash Chandra Bose and Adolf Hitler, Reich Chancellery, Berlin, Germany, 29 May 1942
VF-3 pilot Lieutenant Commander John S. ThachView forward from USS Quincy
VF-3 pilot Lieutenant Commander John S. Thach's Wildcat fighter at Naval Air Station, Kaneohe, Oahu, Hawaii, 29 May 1942, five days before he possibly shot down Tomonaga at MidwayView forward from USS Quincy's second conning tower, while she was at the New York Navy Yard, United States, for her last overhaul, 29 May 1942; note SOC Seagull floatplanes onboard
Yorktown in Dry Dock #1 of the Pearl Harbor Navy Yard, 29 May 1942
Yorktown in Dry Dock #1 of the Pearl Harbor Navy Yard, 29 May 1942


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