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USS Langley underway off Cape Henry, Virginia, United States, 6 Oct 1943; note SNJ aircraft on flight deckUSS Langley underway off Cape Henry, Virginia, United States, 6 Oct 1943; note SNJ aircraft on flight deck and K-class airship from Lighter Than Air Squadron ZP-14 overhead.
USS Langley underway off Cape Henry, Virginia, United States, 6 Oct 1943; note SNJ aircraft on flight deckUSS Langley underway off Cape Henry, Virginia, United States, 6 Oct 1943; note SNJ aircraft on flight deck and K-class airship from Lighter Than Air Squadron ZP-14 overhead.
USS Langley at anchor in Kwajalein Lagoon, 8 Feb 1944Lieutenant Commander Edward C. Outlaw and pilots of his VF-32 squadron celebrating after completing a mission over Truk, Caroline Islands, 29 Apr 1944
USS Langley at anchor in Kwajalein Lagoon, 8 Feb 1944Lieutenant Commander Edward C. Outlaw and pilots of his VF-32 squadron celebrating after completing a mission over Truk, Caroline Islands, 29 Apr 1944
F6F Hellcat fighter landing on USS Langley, Ryukyu Islands, Japan, 10 Oct 1944Flight deck crew of USS Langley ducking as a Japanese aircraft attacked the carrier (seen in center of photo), off Taiwan, 14 Oct 1944
F6F Hellcat fighter landing on USS Langley, Ryukyu Islands, Japan, 10 Oct 1944Flight deck crew of USS Langley ducking as a Japanese aircraft attacked the carrier (seen in center of photo), off Taiwan, 14 Oct 1944
USS Langley, USS Hornet, and other warships at Ulithi, Caroline Islands, 30 Oct 1944A column of smoke 500 feet wide rising from the burning fleet oiler USS Mississinewa after being struck by the first Japanese Kaiten deployed, Ulithi Atoll, 30 Nov 1944. Light carrier USS Langley is in the foreground.
USS Langley, USS Hornet, and other warships at Ulithi, Caroline Islands, 30 Oct 1944A column of smoke 500 feet wide rising from the burning fleet oiler USS Mississinewa after being struck by the first Japanese Kaiten deployed, Ulithi Atoll, 30 Nov 1944. Light carrier USS Langley is in the foreground.
Carrier USS Ticonderoga at anchor in Ulithi Lagoon 8 Dec 1944 with USS Langley (Independence-class) beyond. Note the faded Ms33/10A paint scheme. Ticonderoga’s flight deck is loaded with the planes of Air Group 80.USS Wasp, USS Yorktown, USS Hornet, USS Hancock, USS Ticonderoga, and other warships at Ulithi Atoll, Caroline Islands, 8 Dec 1944, photo 3 of 3
Carrier USS Ticonderoga at anchor in Ulithi Lagoon 8 Dec 1944 with USS Langley (Independence-class) beyond. Note the faded Ms33/10A paint scheme. Ticonderoga’s flight deck is loaded with the planes of Air Group 80.USS Wasp, USS Yorktown, USS Hornet, USS Hancock, USS Ticonderoga, and other warships at Ulithi Atoll, Caroline Islands, 8 Dec 1944, photo 3 of 3
USS Langley underway off the Philippine Islands, 12 Dec 1944US Navy Task Group 38.3 entering Ulithi anchorage in a column following strikes in Philippine Islands, 24 Dec 1944, photo 1 of 7
USS Langley underway off the Philippine Islands, 12 Dec 1944US Navy Task Group 38.3 entering Ulithi anchorage in a column following strikes in Philippine Islands, 24 Dec 1944, photo 1 of 7
US Navy Task Group 38.3 entering Ulithi anchorage in a column following strikes in Philippine Islands, 24 Dec 1944, photo 2 of 7US Navy Task Group 38.3 entering Ulithi anchorage in a column following strikes in Philippine Islands, 24 Dec 1944, photo 3 of 7
US Navy Task Group 38.3 entering Ulithi anchorage in a column following strikes in Philippine Islands, 24 Dec 1944, photo 2 of 7US Navy Task Group 38.3 entering Ulithi anchorage in a column following strikes in Philippine Islands, 24 Dec 1944, photo 3 of 7
US Navy Task Group 38.3 entering Ulithi anchorage in a column following strikes in Philippine Islands, 24 Dec 1944, photo 4 of 7USS Langley underway, 1945
US Navy Task Group 38.3 entering Ulithi anchorage in a column following strikes in Philippine Islands, 24 Dec 1944, photo 4 of 7USS Langley underway, 1945
USS Langley in heavy seas in the South China Sea in the morning of 13 Jan 1945. Note the trailing USS Washington riding the storm much better.Anti-aircraft gun crews aboard Light Carrier USS Langley roll with the ship in heavy seas in the South China Sea, Jan 18, 1945
USS Langley in heavy seas in the South China Sea in the morning of 13 Jan 1945. Note the trailing USS Washington riding the storm much better.Anti-aircraft gun crews aboard Light Carrier USS Langley roll with the ship in heavy seas in the South China Sea, Jan 18, 1945
USS Hornet (Essex-class), distance, steaming with USS Langley (Independence-class) and USS Enterprise on their way back to Ulithi Atoll in the Caroline Islands, 25 Jan 1945.Personnel being taken aboard the Independence-class carrier USS Langley by high wire while underway off Okinawa, Japan, Mar 1945.
USS Hornet (Essex-class), distance, steaming with USS Langley (Independence-class) and USS Enterprise on their way back to Ulithi Atoll in the Caroline Islands, 25 Jan 1945.Personnel being taken aboard the Independence-class carrier USS Langley by high wire while underway off Okinawa, Japan, Mar 1945.

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