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USS Lexington CV-2 leaving San Diego California 14 October 1941

USS Lexington (CV-2) leaving San Diego, California, 14 October 1941.

Planes parked on her flight deck include F2A-1 fighters (parked forward), SBD scout-bombers (amidships) and TBD-1 torpedo planes (aft). Note the false bow wave painted on her hull, forward, and badly chalked condition of the hull's camouflage paint.

Source: US Navy Photo # 80-G-416362

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