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The USS Enterprise CV-6 at Pearl Harbor in the late afternoon under a threatening sky. Sailor in the foreground is Robert D. Anderson PhoM 2/C  - [back of item]
September 24, 1945
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USS Enterprise CV-6: one of our planes missed the wires on landing and crashed up forward among parked planes, damaging several  - [back of item]
April 11, 1945
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Undetonated Japanese bomb on deck of USS Enterprise CV-6  - [back of item]
March 18, 1945
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USS Enterprise CV-6 hit by Kamikaze off Kyushu, Japan  - [back of item]
May 14, 1945
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USS Enterprise CV-6 men at Mog Mog (Ulithi Islands)  - [back of item]
October 1944
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USS Enterprise CV-6 crewmen at the beach on the island of Mog Mog  - [back of item]
Circa 1945
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USS Enterprise CV-6 Pollywog ceremony  - [back of item]
September 19, 1944
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USS Enterprise CV-6 Pollywog ceremony; Pollywogs are forced to "walk the plank"  - [back of item]
September 19, 1944
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1149 liberated American POW's fill hanger deck of the USS Enterprise CV-6 during return to USA  - [back of item]
September 24, 1945
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Big E. going through the Panama Canal, BB 56 USS Washington beside us. En route to New York City for Navy Day, October 27, 1945  - [back of item]
October 4, 1945
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