[Photo] Carrier USS Yorktown anchored at Hampton Roads, Virginia, United States, 30 Oct 1937
lex-for-lexington: ““USS Yorktown (CV-10). “Bull’s-eye” is scored by a bomber pilot, on a target sled towed astern of the carrier, during bombing practice, circa mid-1943. Note lowered elevator, 5"/38 and 40mm guns, and crewmen watching.” (NHHC:...
The USS Yorktown (CV at the Pearl Harbor on May After Coral Sea, the Japanese thought they would never see her again and with only 48 hours of repairs she put out to sea again heading to Midway to join the fight.
USS Yorktown is hit on the port side, amidships, by a Japanese Type 91 aerial torpedo during the mid-afternoon attack by planes from the carrier Hiryu, in the Battle of Midway, on June 1942 -Pin it by GUSTAVO BUESO-JACQUIER
USS Yorktown (aircraft carrier) National Monumument in Mount Pleasant, South Carolina. I even spent the weekend on this aircraft carrier with my BFF, Terre Cline and Dyan Richardson and a whole troop of Girl Scouts.