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The second Gerald R. Ford-class aircraft carrier John F. Kennedy (CVN-79) sits in Dry Dock 12, Newport News Shipbuilding. Kennedy is approximately 75 percent structurally erected and more than 40 percent complete in this photo. April 2018. Huntington Ingalls photo. [1000 x 667]

The second Gerald R. Ford-class aircraft carrier John F. Kennedy (CVN-79) sits in Dry Dock 12, Newport News Shipbuilding. Kennedy is approximately 75 percent structurally erected and more than 40 percent complete in this photo. April 2018. Huntington Ingalls photo. [1000 x 667]

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“Interior of the fuselage of Handley Page Halifax B Mark II, JP321 ‘V’, of No. 614 Squadron RAF, showing some of the many holes caused by splinters from an anti-aircraft rocket which hit the aircraft during an early pathfinding operation over central Europe.” c. 1944-1945. [1698×2480]

“Interior of the fuselage of Handley Page Halifax B Mark II, JP321 ‘V’, of No. 614 Squadron RAF, showing some of the many holes caused by splinters from an anti-aircraft rocket which hit the aircraft during an early pathfinding operation over central Europe.” c. 1944-1945. [1698×2480]

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The wreck of the WWII US Navy aircraft carrier USS Hornet, sunk on Oct. 26, 1942 during the Battle of the Santa Cruz Islands and lost for 76 years, has been found in the South Pacific 17,000 feet below the surface, near the Solomon Islands. It carried 2,200 crew, 140 of whom were lost that day.

The wreck of the WWII US Navy aircraft carrier USS Hornet, sunk on Oct. 26, 1942 during the Battle of the Santa Cruz Islands and lost for 76 years, has been found in the South Pacific 17,000 feet below the surface, near the Solomon Islands. It carried 2,200 crew, 140 of whom were lost that …

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USS Panay (PG-45), launching, forward end ways, photographed by K.D.&E.W., Shanghai, China, November 10, 1927. Reclassified in 1928 as River Gunboat, USS Panay (PR-5). Panay was sunk by Japanese aircraft on December 12, 1937. [2876 x 2364]

USS Panay (PG-45), launching, forward end ways, photographed by K.D.&E.W., Shanghai, China, November 10, 1927. Reclassified in 1928 as River Gunboat, USS Panay (PR-5). Panay was sunk by Japanese aircraft on December 12, 1937. [2876 x 2364]