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Intrepid off Newport News, Virginia, United States, 16 Aug 1943F6F Hellcat aircraft of Fighting Squadron 8 warm up on USS Intrepid
Intrepid off Newport News, Virginia, United States, 16 Aug 1943F6F Hellcat aircraft of Fighting Squadron 8 warm up on USS Intrepid's flight deck, 1943, photo 1 of 2; probably during stateside shakedown training
F6F Hellcat aircraft of Fighting Squadron 8 warm up on USS IntrepidUSS 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.
F6F Hellcat aircraft of Fighting Squadron 8 warm up on USS Intrepid's flight deck, 1943, photo 2 of 2; probably during stateside shakedown trainingUSS 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.
Broadside view of USS Intrepid off Norfolk Navy Yard, Portsmouth, Virginia, United States, 25 Nov 1943. Note the blank starboard side of the ship; later photos will show the addition of anti-aircraft gun sponsons.Actor Mickey Rooney eating in the USS Intrepid crews mess during a Christmas visit in California, United States, Dec 1943
Broadside view of USS Intrepid off Norfolk Navy Yard, Portsmouth, Virginia, United States, 25 Nov 1943. Note the blank starboard side of the ship; later photos will show the addition of anti-aircraft gun sponsons.Actor Mickey Rooney eating in the USS Intrepid crews mess during a Christmas visit in California, United States, Dec 1943
1944 plan for camouflage Measure 31-32-33, Design 3a on Essex-class fleet carriers. Of the 17 Essex-class carriers to see service during 1944-45, 3 were painted according to this plan plus 1 with this only on one sideF6F Hellcat fighters of Fighting Squadron 6 warming up aboard USS Intrepid, 1944, photo 1 of 2
1944 plan for camouflage Measure 31-32-33, Design 3a on Essex-class fleet carriers. Of the 17 Essex-class carriers to see service during 1944-45, 3 were painted according to this plan plus 1 with this only on one sideF6F Hellcat fighters of Fighting Squadron 6 warming up aboard USS Intrepid, 1944, photo 1 of 2
F6F Hellcat fighters of Fighting Squadron 6 warming up aboard USS Intrepid, 1944, photo 2 of 2F6F Hellcat, SB2C Helldiver, and TBM-1C Avenger aircraft warming up on USS Intrepid
F6F Hellcat fighters of Fighting Squadron 6 warming up aboard USS Intrepid, 1944, photo 2 of 2F6F Hellcat, SB2C Helldiver, and TBM-1C Avenger aircraft warming up on USS Intrepid's flight deck, 1944
Ordinancemen loading a 1,000-pound bomb into the bombay of a TBM-1C aboard USS Intrepid, 1943-1945; note flame arrester on the planeOrdinancemen loading a 1,000-pound bomb into the bombay of a TBM-1C aboard USS Intrepid, 1943-1945; note flame arrester on the plane’s exhaust port
Ordinancemen loading a 1,000-pound bomb into the bombay of a TBM-1C aboard USS Intrepid, 1943-1945; note flame arrester on the plane's exhaust portOrdinancemen loading a 1,000-pound bomb into the bombay of a TBM-1C aboard USS Intrepid, 1943-1945; note flame arrester on the plane’s exhaust port
Wounded personnel being loaded from USS Intrepid into waiting LCVP landing craft, probably at Ulithi, Caroline Islands, 1944, photo 1 of 2Wounded personnel being loaded from USS Intrepid into waiting LCVP landing craft, probably at Ulithi, Caroline Islands, 1944, photo 2 of 2
Wounded personnel being loaded from USS Intrepid into waiting LCVP landing craft, probably at Ulithi, Caroline Islands, 1944, photo 1 of 2Wounded personnel being loaded from USS Intrepid into waiting LCVP landing craft, probably at Ulithi, Caroline Islands, 1944, photo 2 of 2
Captain Thomas L Sprague of the USS Intrepid offering remarks of welcome to he Ruler of the Raging Main, Neptunus Rex, and his escort just before for the Line Crossing ceremonies, 22 Jan 1944.The Ruler of the Raging Main, Neptunus Rex, and his escort arriving on the flight deck of the USS Intrepid for the Line Crossing ceremonies, 22 Jan 1944.
Captain Thomas L Sprague of the USS Intrepid offering remarks of welcome to he Ruler of the Raging Main, Neptunus Rex, and his escort just before for the Line Crossing ceremonies, 22 Jan 1944.The Ruler of the Raging Main, Neptunus Rex, and his escort arriving on the flight deck of the USS Intrepid for the Line Crossing ceremonies, 22 Jan 1944.
The Ruler of the Raging Main, Neptunus Rex, and his escort in the hangar deck of the USS Intrepid for the Line Crossing ceremonies, 22 Jan 1944.USS Intrepid under way 26 Jan 1944 on her way to launch strikes against Truk Atoll (now Chuuk). Note the forward flight deck filled SBD Dauntless and TBF Avenger aircraft and one F4U Corsair on the outrigger sponson.
The Ruler of the Raging Main, Neptunus Rex, and his escort in the hangar deck of the USS Intrepid for the Line Crossing ceremonies, 22 Jan 1944.USS Intrepid under way 26 Jan 1944 on her way to launch strikes against Truk Atoll (now Chuuk). Note the forward flight deck filled SBD Dauntless and TBF Avenger aircraft and one F4U Corsair on the outrigger sponson.

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