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Wisconsin during her initial sea trials in mid 1944.

Wisconsin during her initial sea trials in mid 1944.

Two enlisted men of the ill-fated U.S. Navy aircraft carrier LISCOME BAY, torpedoed by a Japanese are buried at sea

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Two enlisted men of the ill-fated U.S. Navy aircraft carrier LISCOME BAY, torpedoed by a Japanese are buried at sea

NH 60576: USS Wyoming (BB-32). Steaming at high speed, possibly during her trials, circa 1912-13. Naval History and Heritage Command Photograph.

NH 60576: USS Wyoming (BB-32). Steaming at high speed, possibly during her trials, circa 1912-13. Naval History and Heritage Command Photograph.

80-G-268173: USS Yorktown (CV 10), Flag Plot showing portside. Photographed by PHOM Smitty and PHOM3/C D.M. Evans, November 27, 1944.

80-G-268173: USS Yorktown (CV 10), Flag Plot showing portside. Photographed by PHOM Smitty and PHOM3/C D.M. Evans, November 27, 1944.

80-G-298094: USS Bennington (CV 20), December 13, 1944. Vertical aerial view at 1,200 feet. U.S. Navy Photograph, now in the collections of the National Archives.

80-G-298094: USS Bennington (CV 20), December 13, 1944. Vertical aerial view at 1,200 feet. U.S. Navy Photograph, now in the collections of the National Archives.

80-G-268175: USS Yorktown (CV 10), Flag Plot showing forward starboard corner. Photographed by PHOM Smitty and PHOM3/C D.M. Evans, November 27, 1944.

80-G-268175: USS Yorktown (CV 10), Flag Plot showing forward starboard corner. Photographed by PHOM Smitty and PHOM3/C D.M. Evans, November 27, 1944.

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