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Lexington on her buliding ways at Quincy, Massachusettes, late Sep or early Oct 1925Painting of USS Lexington by Walter L. Greene, 1927, depicting the ship launching aircraft
Lexington on her buliding ways at Quincy, Massachusettes, late Sep or early Oct 1925Painting of USS Lexington by Walter L. Greene, 1927, depicting the ship launching aircraft
USS Lexington fitting out at the Bethlehem Steel Company shipyard at Quincy, Massachusetts, Nov 1927; note merchant ship West Grama at right edge of photoUSS Lexington firing her 55-caliber 8-inch guns, 27 Jan 1928
USS Lexington fitting out at the Bethlehem Steel Company shipyard at Quincy, Massachusetts, Nov 1927; note merchant ship West Grama at right edge of photoUSS Lexington firing her 55-caliber 8-inch guns, 27 Jan 1928
Lexington off Panama City during her shakedown cruise, 25 Mar 1928Curtiss F6C fighters and Martin T3M torpedo bombers on Lexington
Lexington off Panama City during her shakedown cruise, 25 Mar 1928Curtiss F6C fighters and Martin T3M torpedo bombers on Lexington's flight deck, off San Diego, California, 4 Apr 1928
F3B-1 (foreground), F6C-3 Hawk (center), and T4M-1 (background) aircraft on the flight deck of USS Lexington, 1929USS Lexington (top), USS Saratoga (center), and USS Langley (bottom) at Bremerton, Washington, United States, 1929
F3B-1 (foreground), F6C-3 Hawk (center), and T4M-1 (background) aircraft on the flight deck of USS Lexington, 1929USS Lexington (top), USS Saratoga (center), and USS Langley (bottom) at Bremerton, Washington, United States, 1929
Lexington sailing through aircraft-deployed smoke, off Panama, 26 Feb 1929USS Lexington underway, 1930; note P2Y or P3M aircraft flying above the carrier
Lexington sailing through aircraft-deployed smoke, off Panama, 26 Feb 1929USS Lexington underway, 1930; note P2Y or P3M aircraft flying above the carrier
USS Lexington launching T4M-1 torpedo bombers, 1931Aerial view of Puget Sound Naval Shipyard, Bremerton, Washington, United States, 1932; note USS Lexington, two battleships, three destroyers, and one auxiliary ship also in view
USS Lexington launching T4M-1 torpedo bombers, 1931Aerial view of Puget Sound Naval Shipyard, Bremerton, Washington, United States, 1932; note USS Lexington, two battleships, three destroyers, and one auxiliary ship also in view
LexingtonUSS Lexington off Lahaina, Maui, US Territory of Hawaii, 16 Feb 1932
Lexington's crew and air personnel on her flight deck, 1930sUSS Lexington off Lahaina, Maui, US Territory of Hawaii, 16 Feb 1932
USS Lexington off Honolulu, Oahu, US Territory of Hawaii, with Diamond Head in the background, 2 Feb 1933USS Saratoga (foreground) and USS Lexington (background) off Honolulu, Oahu, US Territory of Hawaii, with Diamond Head in the background, 2 Feb 1933
USS Lexington off Honolulu, Oahu, US Territory of Hawaii, with Diamond Head in the background, 2 Feb 1933USS Saratoga (foreground) and USS Lexington (background) off Honolulu, Oahu, US Territory of Hawaii, with Diamond Head in the background, 2 Feb 1933
USS Saratoga (left) and USS Lexington (Lexington-class) at anchor off Honolulu, Hawaii, 2 Feb 1933. Note Royal Hawaiian Hotel on Waikiki beach and Diamond Head at right.All three of the United States Navy’s aircraft carriers at the time, Langley, Saratoga, and Lexington, along with battleships and cruisers at anchor in Colon, Panama Canal Zone, roughly 1935.
USS Saratoga (left) and USS Lexington (Lexington-class) at anchor off Honolulu, Hawaii, 2 Feb 1933. Note Royal Hawaiian Hotel on Waikiki beach and Diamond Head at right.All three of the United States Navy’s aircraft carriers at the time, Langley, Saratoga, and Lexington, along with battleships and cruisers at anchor in Colon, Panama Canal Zone, roughly 1935.
USS Lexington underway, circa early 1930s; note one aircraft having just taken offUSS Saratoga (foreground), USS Langley (center), USS Lexington (background) and other warships off San Pedro, California, United States, 1930s
USS Lexington underway, circa early 1930s; note one aircraft having just taken offUSS Saratoga (foreground), USS Langley (center), USS Lexington (background) and other warships off San Pedro, California, United States, 1930s

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