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General view of Naval Air Station (NAS) Dutch Harbor before the attack. Hangar and tarmac for amphibious patrol aircraft is under construction in center top

General view of Naval Air Station (NAS) Dutch Harbor before the attack. Hangar and tarmac for amphibious patrol aircraft is under construction in center top

Damage to Shokaku's flight deck and hangar after the Battle of Santa Cruz Islands, late-Oct or Nov 1942

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

Damage to Shokaku's flight deck and hangar after the Battle of Santa Cruz Islands, late-Oct or Nov 1942

The Japanese attack on Darwin, Australia – February 19, 1942

Pacific War - The explosion of an oil storage tank and clouds of smoke from other tanks, hit during the first Japanese air raid on Australia's mainland, at Darwin on 19 February In the foreground is HMAS Deloraine, which escaped damage.

Battle of Midway, June 1942  Scene in the hangar of USS Yorktown (CV-5) during salvage operations on 6 June 1942. A Douglas TBD-1 "Devastator" torpedo plane is being prepared for jettisoning, as part of efforts to lighten the listing ship. Photographed by Photographer 2nd Class William G. Roy. This view looks to port, out the forward hangar bay opening, with the sea visible beyond.

Battle of Midway, June 1942 Scene in the hangar of USS Yorktown (CV-5) during salvage operations on 6 June 1942. A Douglas TBD-1 "Devastator" torpedo plane is being prepared for jettisoning, as part of efforts to lighten the listing ship. Photographed by Photographer 2nd Class William G. Roy. This view looks to port, out the forward hangar bay opening, with the sea visible beyond.

Midway,  Japanese aircraft carrier Hiryu burning, shortly after sunrise on 5 June 1942, a few hours before she sank. Photographed by a plane from the carrier Hosho. Note collapsed flight deck at right. Part of the forward elevator is standing upright just in front of the island, where it had been thrown by an explosion in the hangar

Midway, Japanese aircraft carrier Hiryu burning, shortly after sunrise on 5 June 1942, a few hours before she sank. Photographed by a plane from the carrier Hosho. Note collapsed flight deck at right. Part of the forward elevator is standing upright just in front of the island, where it had been thrown by an explosion in the hangar

1 February 1942: an Enterprise Dauntless dive bomber prepares for launch during the Marshall Islands raid.-The bombers pummeled the airfield - destroying an ammunition dump, two hangars, and a radio station - and swung back around to strafe the base and parked planes on the ground. Enemy fighters and anti-aircraft fire claimed three more SBDs, but Enterprise's airmen put on a spirited defense and claimed three "Claudes" in exchange.

Navy raid of the Pacific War: Marshall Islands, 1 February 1942

In one of the most famous images of the Dauntless from World War II, two SBD-3 dive-bombers from USS Hornet approach the burning Japanese heavy cruiser Mikuma during the early afternoon of June 6, 1942, near the conclusion of the Battle of Midway. Mikuma had been hit earlier by strikes from Hornet and Enterprise, leaving her fatally damaged and dead in the water. This photo was enlarged from a 16mm color motion picture film.

Battle of Midway, June 1942 The burning Japanese aircraft carrier Hiryu, photographed by a plane from the carrier Hosho shortly after sunrise on 5 June Hiryu sank a few hours later. Note collapsed flight deck over the forward hangar.

Untitled (Here II) by Amanda Maciuba. 2015. Intaglio and monotype.

Untitled (Here II) by Amanda Maciuba. Intaglio and monotype.

Albergan/Leppävaaran asema vuonna 1910.

Albergan/Leppävaaran asema vuonna 1910.

Women's Seattle Skyline

Women's Seattle Skyline

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