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S-43 flying boat of Norwegian airline Det Norske Luftfartselskap at Gressholmen Airport near Oslo, Norway, 1936JRS-1 aircraft of US Marine Corps VMJ-1 squadron in flight, late 1930s; seen in Mar/Apr 1987 edition of US Navy publication Naval Aviation News
S-43 flying boat of Norwegian airline Det Norske Luftfartselskap at Gressholmen Airport near Oslo, Norway, 1936JRS-1 aircraft of US Marine Corps VMJ-1 squadron in flight, late 1930s; seen in Mar/Apr 1987 edition of US Navy publication Naval Aviation News
JRS-1 aircraft of US Navy VJ-1 squadron in flight, probably near San Diego, California, United States, late 1930s; seen in Mar/Apr 1987 edition of US Navy publication Naval Aviation NewsS-43 aircraft in China, date unknown
JRS-1 aircraft of US Navy VJ-1 squadron in flight, probably near San Diego, California, United States, late 1930s; seen in Mar/Apr 1987 edition of US Navy publication Naval Aviation NewsS-43 aircraft in China, date unknown
USS Arizona continuing to burn one day after the Japanese attack, Pearl Harbor, US Territory of Hawaii, 8 Dec 1941; note JRS-1 flying boat in left foregroundJRS-1, J2F, and OS2U aircraft at Ford Island, US Territory of Hawaii, early 1942, photo 1 of 2
USS Arizona continuing to burn one day after the Japanese attack, Pearl Harbor, US Territory of Hawaii, 8 Dec 1941; note JRS-1 flying boat in left foregroundJRS-1, J2F, and OS2U aircraft at Ford Island, US Territory of Hawaii, early 1942, photo 1 of 2
JRS-1, J2F, and OS2U aircraft at Ford Island, US Territory of Hawaii, early 1942, photo 2 of 2JRS-1, J2F, OS2U, and R3D aircraft at Ford Island, US Territory of Hawaii, Jan or Feb 1942
JRS-1, J2F, and OS2U aircraft at Ford Island, US Territory of Hawaii, early 1942, photo 2 of 2JRS-1, J2F, OS2U, and R3D aircraft at Ford Island, US Territory of Hawaii, Jan or Feb 1942
JRS-1 aircraft at Langley, Virginia, United States, 10 May 1945
JRS-1 aircraft at Langley, Virginia, United States, 10 May 1945
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Joachim von Ribbentrop, German Foreign Minister, Aug 1939