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Sinking a Carrier: Proof of Concept

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USS Yorktown (CV-5). heavily damaged during the battle of Coral Sea and limped back to Pearl Harbor for repairs. Crews swarmed her decks in dry dock and had her seaworthy in 72 hours. She joined Enterprise and Hornet northeast of Midway.

[Photo] Carrier USS Yorktown anchored at Hampton Roads, Virginia, United States, 30 Oct 1937

USS Yorktown (CV-5)  American aircraft carrier Yorktown (USS Yorktown (CV-5), damaged by Japanese bombers during the battle of Midway 0n 4th June 1942.  Photo taken from American heavy cruiser Astoria (USS Astoria (CA-34).

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USS Yorktown (CV-5) prepares to get under way in June 1940. Yorktown was lost to Japanese attack during the Battle of Midway (June 1942). In 1998, her wreck was discovered at a depth of 3,000 fathoms (5,500 m). The remains were surprisingly intact, with much paint and equipment still visible.

(‪ On this day in after dawn, USS Yorktown (CV sinks after being torpedoed the previous day by Japanese submarine (I during the Battle of Midway. Navy ‪ ‪ (Photos: US National Archives/Public Domain)

USS YORKTOWN   (CV-5) Aircraft Carrier  in 1937

USS YORKTOWN (CV-5) Aircraft Carrier in 1937

USS Yorktown (CV-5) sank on June 7, 1942 in the battle of Midway as a result of battle damage and Japanese torpedo hits.

The almost perfectly preserved USS Yorktown ship wreck more than three miles down.

World War II: USS Yorktown (CV-5): USS Yorktown (CV-5), April 1942

World War II: USS Yorktown (CV-5)

USS Yorktown was an aircraft carrier during World War II that fought at the Battle of the Coral Sea and was lost after the Battle of Midway.

USS Yorktown (CV-5) underway at Midway on the morning of 4 June 1942.

USS Yorktown underway at Midway on the morning of 4 June

Aircraft Carrier Photo Index: USS YORKTOWN (CV-5)

Two Type 97 shipboard attack aircraft from the Japanese carrier Hiryu fly past USS Yorktown after dropping their torpedoes during the mid-afternoon attack of the Battle of Midway

World War II: USS Yorktown (CV-5): USS Yorktown, April 1942

World War II: USS Yorktown (CV-5)

USS Yorktown was an aircraft carrier during World War II that fought at the Battle of the Coral Sea and was lost after the Battle of Midway.

A two-ship Yorktown-class: The USS Yorktown (CV-5) and the USS Enterprise ( CV-6), seen at Newport News, Virginia - February 1937.

A two-ship Yorktown-class: The USS Yorktown (CV-5) and the USS Enterprise ( CV-6), seen at Newport News, Virginia - February 1937.

G13065 USS Yorktown in drydock after Battle of Coral Sea at Pearl Harbor May 1942 - USS Yorktown (CV-5) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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.

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