Ján Fekiač

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vinegarjoe: “ A security guard standing among Kingfishers staged for delivery to the US Navy, Stratford, Connecticut, United States, early 1942 USN ”

View of USS Saratoga's superstructure from a descended elevator, Nov 1943

View of USS Saratoga's superstructure from a descended elevator, Nov 1943

1000lb. bombs loading on USS Essex. San Diego. May 1951.

bombs awaiting loading onto USS Essex, Naval Air Station San Diego, California, United States, May 1951

IJN Yamato's place of death is marked with a mushroom cloud that was reportedly visible from the Japanese mainland. April 7, 1945 [4,505 x 4,325]

A massive mushroom cloud kilometres high) erupts from the exploding magazine of the Japanese battleship Yamato, sealing the ships fate, after coming under attack from American carrier aircraft. The Yamato and her sister ship Musashi were the.

Yorktown Crew Members Meet and Greet, 02 October! - Patriots Point ...

April 1945 - The Japanese battleship Yamato, the largest battleship ever constructed, is sunk by American planes 200 miles north of Okinawa while en route to a suicide mission in Operation Ten-Go.

The largest battleships ever built, 72000 ton 18in super-battleships Musashi (furthest) and Yamato at Truk in 1943.  Both succumbed to air attack in 1944 and 1945 respectively, confirming the end of the big gun era.  Musashi was a few tons heavier.

The largest battleships ever built, 72000 ton super-battleships Musashi (furthest) and Yamato at Truk in Both succumbed to air attack in 1944 and 1945 respectively, confirming the end of the big gun era. Musashi was a few tons heavier.