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Lieutenant (jg) Marc Mitscher in an A-type seaplane, Pensacola, Florida, United States, circa 1916Lieutenant Commander Marc Mitscher, Jan 1928.
Lieutenant (jg) Marc Mitscher in an A-type seaplane, Pensacola, Florida, United States, circa 1916Lieutenant Commander Marc Mitscher, Jan 1928.
Captain Marc Mitscher speaking with Lieutenant Colonel James Doolittle aboard USS Hornet, 18 Apr 1942, photo 1 of 3Captain Marc Mitscher speaking with Lieutenant Colonel James Doolittle aboard USS Hornet, 18 Apr 1942, photo 2 of 3
Captain Marc Mitscher speaking with Lieutenant Colonel James Doolittle aboard USS Hornet, 18 Apr 1942, photo 1 of 3Captain Marc Mitscher speaking with Lieutenant Colonel James Doolittle aboard USS Hornet, 18 Apr 1942, photo 2 of 3
Captain Marc Mitscher speaking with Lieutenant Colonel James Doolittle aboard USS Hornet, 18 Apr 1942, photo 3 of 3Admiral Chester Nimitz, Rear Admiral Marc Mitscher, and others salute the National Anthem during Sunday morning colors at Kaneohe Naval Air Station, Hawaii, 8 Nov 1942
Captain Marc Mitscher speaking with Lieutenant Colonel James Doolittle aboard USS Hornet, 18 Apr 1942, photo 3 of 3Admiral Chester Nimitz, Rear Admiral Marc Mitscher, and others salute the National Anthem during Sunday morning colors at Kaneohe Naval Air Station, Hawaii, 8 Nov 1942
Vice Admiral Mitscher, circa 1944-45Vice-Admiral Marc Mitscher and Commander David McCampbell, 1944
Vice Admiral Mitscher, circa 1944-45Vice-Admiral Marc Mitscher and Commander David McCampbell, 1944
Mitscher aboard USS Lexington, Jun 1944The island of the Lexington (Essex-class) with Capt Ernest Litch speaking with Cdr JM Lane on the upper level and VAdm Marc Mitscher speaking with VAdm John McCain on the Flag Bridge, 22 Aug 1944.
Mitscher aboard USS Lexington, Jun 1944The island of the Lexington (Essex-class) with Capt Ernest Litch speaking with Cdr JM Lane on the upper level and VAdm Marc Mitscher speaking with VAdm John McCain on the Flag Bridge, 22 Aug 1944.
Mitscher and Nimitz off Guam, 1945Admirals Spruance, Mitscher, Nimitz, and Lee aboard USS Indianapolis, Feb 1945
Mitscher and Nimitz off Guam, 1945Admirals Spruance, Mitscher, Nimitz, and Lee aboard USS Indianapolis, Feb 1945
Commodore Burke and Vice Admiral Mitscher aboard carrier Bunker Hill while off Japan, Feb 1945Mitscher and Commodore Arleigh A. Burke aboard USS Randolph off Okinawa, May 1945
Commodore Burke and Vice Admiral Mitscher aboard carrier Bunker Hill while off Japan, Feb 1945Mitscher and Commodore Arleigh A. Burke aboard USS Randolph off Okinawa, May 1945
Vice Admiral Mitscher and Commodore Burke aboard carrier Randolph off Okinawa, Japan, 1945, photo 1 of 2Vice Admiral Mitscher and Commodore Burke aboard carrier Randolph off Okinawa, Japan, 1945, photo 2 of 2
Vice Admiral Mitscher and Commodore Burke aboard carrier Randolph off Okinawa, Japan, 1945, photo 1 of 2Vice Admiral Mitscher and Commodore Burke aboard carrier Randolph off Okinawa, Japan, 1945, photo 2 of 2
Marc Mitscher and Arleigh Burke aboard USS Enterprise, 11 May 1945Vice Admiral Marc Mitscher (front row center) and his Fifth Fleet staff photographed on the hangar deck of USS Enterprise on the occasion of coming aboard, 11 May 1945. Note Commodore Arleigh Burke next to Mitscher.
Marc Mitscher and Arleigh Burke aboard USS Enterprise, 11 May 1945Vice Admiral Marc Mitscher (front row center) and his Fifth Fleet staff photographed on the hangar deck of USS Enterprise on the occasion of coming aboard, 11 May 1945. Note Commodore Arleigh Burke next to Mitscher.
Admiral Mitscher at the bridge of his flagship, circa 1946Fleet Admiral Nimitz, Fleet Admiral Leahy, President Truman, and Vice Admiral Mitscher aboard USS Franklin D. Roosevelt during maneuvers off the Virginia Capes, United States, 24 Apr 1946
Admiral Mitscher at the bridge of his flagship, circa 1946Fleet Admiral Nimitz, Fleet Admiral Leahy, President Truman, and Vice Admiral Mitscher aboard USS Franklin D. Roosevelt during maneuvers off the Virginia Capes, United States, 24 Apr 1946

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