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Lexington leaving San Diego, California, 14 Oct 1941, with F2A-1 fighters parked forward, SBD scout-bombers amidships, and TBD-1 torpedo bombers aft

[Photo] Lexington leaving San Diego, California, 14 Oct 1941, with F2A-1 fighters parked forward, SBD scout-bombers amidships, and TBD-1 torpedo bombers aft | World War II Database

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Ron Eisele on Twitter: "Douglas SBD Dauntless (nearest) & TBD Devastators from USN Scouting Sqn. No.2 on the USS Lexington (CV2) hangar deck (near Hawaii in 1941) https://t.co/NVHVwiR4Yi"

“Douglas SBD Dauntless (nearest) & TBD Devastators from USN Scouting Sqn. No.2 on the USS Lexington (CV2) hangar deck (near Hawaii in 1941)”

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USS Lexington, a 33,000-ton aircraft carrier, was converted while under construction from the battle cruiser of the same name. Built at Quincy, Massachusetts, and commissioned in December 1927, Lexington was one of the U.S. Navy's first two aircraft carriers that were large and fast enough to be capable of serious fleet operations. During the late 1920s, through the 1930s and into the early 1940s, she took an active part in the development of carrier techniques, fleet doctrine and in the…