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Battle damage IJN Shokaku Battleship Flight deck and History

Battle damage IJN Shokaku Battleship Flight deck and History

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Battle damage IJN Shokaku | by umbry101

The IJN Akagi flight deck during March 1942

Essex Class USS Randolph alongside repair ship USS Jason at Ulithi Atoll, Caroline Islands, 13 Mar showing damage to her aft flight deck resulting from a ...

(The Shokaku in 1944, as depicted by Takeshi Yuki, "Color Paintings of Japanese Warships")

IJN Taiho at Tawitawi, Borneo, May 15-16, 1944. A tent

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Akagi on trials off the coast of Iyo, 17 June 1927, with all three

Yorktown in drydock at Pearl Harbor on 29 May 1942, shortly before departing for Midway

HMAS Hobart, already a veteran of the Mediterranean campaign served with distinction throughout the Pacific war.

... Akagi shortly after leaving Port Stirling, Celebes for the Indian Ocean, 26 Mar 1942; note B5N torpedo bombers on flight deck | World War II Database

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... Damage to Shokaku's flight deck and hangar after the Battle of Santa Cruz Islands, late-Oct or Nov 1942 | Flight deck, Aircraft carrier and Battleship

Zuikaku (瑞鶴) was a Shōkaku-class aircraft carrier of the Imperial Japanese

[Photo] Damage to Shokaku's flight deck after the Battle of Santa Cruz Islands, late-Oct or Nov 1942 | Flight deck

USS Belleau Wood - Independence class Aircraft Carrier

IJN Taiho

IJN taiho with the battleship Nagato at anchor while at Tawitawi, Borneo, in May

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USS Lexington (CV-2) leaving San Diego on 14 October 1941 (80

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Splendid aerial photo of IJN Kaga clearly showing her early three deck flying arrangements | by

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It had been at flight deck level, but its cables slackened and part of a pulley broke so it partially collapsed.

Artwork showing the Shokaku 1944 by Takeshi Yuki in Color Paintings of Japanese Warships 0A

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IJN Shinano by Hiroshi Arakawa

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(Sister YAMATO in 1941 - colorized by Irootoko, Jr). IJN Battleship MUSASHI:

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We start with the only colorized picture so far of the first of the infamous Shōkaku-class, the Soaring Crane, Shōkaku. We see her at Yokosuka on August 23, ...

Picture of USS Lexington (CV-2) Conventionally-Powered Aircraft Carrier

Akagi underway in 1929 with aircraft on the upper flight deck and two gun turrets on the middle flight deck

Picture of IJN Shokaku Conventionally-Powered Fleet Aircraft Carrier ...

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Her 17ft3in hangar and timber flight deck didn't save her from the consideration that she had been “hard worn” from her battle damage and long active ...

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Taiho was completed with one deck less than what was considered the ideal template – the Shokaku class.

(Shokaku sinking, from John Hamilton's "War at Sea.")

hangar sides in order to allow about 18 aircraft to warm up their engines while waiting to be lifted to the flight deck for launch.

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Hobart under attack in the Coral Sea.

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IJN Taiho

This is why the flight deck around the fore and aft lifts was rated as 1.5in armour – for strength reasons, not as protection.

Imperial Japanese Aircraft Carrier Shōkaku 1941

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... Picture of IJN Shokaku Conventionally-Powered Fleet Aircraft Carrier

Few ...

FLIGHT DECK VIEW OF LAUNCHING VAL

IJN Kaga

The Auspicious Crane, Zuikaku, seen here conducting flight ops at Bungo-channel in October, 1941. Zuikaku was the last of the Pearl Harbor strike force to ...

Its deck painted in a bizarre camouflage scheme and already buckled from the impact of a torpedo hit, a Japanese aircraft carrier maneuvers violently to ...

Picture of the USS Yorktown (CV-5) Conventionally-Powered Aircraft Carrier

These caused enough damage to start cooking off other explosives in her, and her abandoned and fire damaged hulk was eventually torpedoed by an escort to ...

Shōkaku crewmembers fight fires on the flight deck after being hit by American bombs during the

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Flight deck of HMS Formidable with battleship HMS Warspite in background (right), operations

... Asisbiz Japanese Carrier Shokaku under attack during the Battle of Coral Sea 8th May 1942 USN ...

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The island with its Type 21 radar aboard Zuikaku, 1942–43

The Taiho had the distinction of being Japan's first carrier to be fitted with a redundant damage control system that would had enable the flatbed to ...

In many ways, these diagrams are still too clean. By this time, Musashi was heavily smoking, putting out a number of fires, and the superstructure was ...

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Picture of the USS Lexington (CV-2) Conventionally-Powered Aircraft Carrier