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CVB-43 Coral Sea and CV-32 Leyte

CVB-43 Coral Sea and CV-32 Leyte

CVB-43 Coral Sea and CV-32 Leyte

CVB-43 Coral Sea and CV-32 Leyte

CVB-43 Coral Sea and CV-32 Leyte

CVB-43 Coral Sea and CV-32 Leyte

CVB-43 Coral Sea and CV-32 Leyte

CVB-43 Coral Sea and CV-32 Leyte

CVB-43 Coral Sea and CV-32 Leyte

CAPT. Charles T. Booth II, USN (covered) CO, USS RANGER (CV-61) 1957-1958

CAPT. Paul D. Buie, USN (covered) CO, USS RANGER (CV-61) 1958-1959

CAPT. N.A.M. Gayler, USN (covered) CO, USS RANGER (CV-61) 1960-1961

CAPT. Don Gay, USN (covered) CO, USS RANGER (CV-61), 1960-1961

CAPT. William N. Leonard, USN (covered) CO, USS RANGER (CV-61), 1961-1962

CAPT. George C. Duncan, USN (covered) CO, USS RANGER (CV-61), 1962-1963

CAPT. William E. Lemos, USN (covered) CO, USS RANGER (CV-61), 1963-1964

CAPT. Alton B. Grimes, USN (covered) CO, USS RANGER (CV-61), 1964-1965

CAPT. Leo B. McCuddin, USN (covered) CO, USS RANGER (CV-61), 1965-1966

CAPT. William M. Harnish, USN (covered) CO, USS RANGER (CV-61), 1966

CAPT. William E. Donnelly Jr., USN (covered) CO, USS RANGER (CV-61), 1966-1968

CAPT. William H. Livingston, USN (covered) CO, USS RANGER (CV-61), 1968-1969

Pilot Bob Innis in cockpit of CV-990 ARC-1968-AC-40789-1

Pilots in cockpit of CV-990 ARC-1968-AC-40789-7

Pilot Fred Drinkwater in cockpit of CV-990 ARC-1968-AC-40789-3

A starboard view of the attack aircraft carrier USS AMERICA (CV-66) underway

CAPT. John P. Moorer, USN (covered) CO, USS RANGER (CV-61), 1969-1970

A Helicopter Combat Support Squadron 4 (HC-4) CH-53E Super Stallion helicopter lifts a partially dismantled Helicopter Anti-submarine Squadron 9 (HS-9) SH-3H Sea King helicopter from the deck of the nuclear-powered aircraft carrier USS THEODORE ROOSEVELT (CVN-71) to carry it to the aircraft carrier USS JOHN F. KENNEDY (CV-67)

CAPT. Joseph L. Coleman, USN (covered) CO, USS RANGER (CV-61), 1970-1971

A harbor tug sprays water to welcome the aircraft carrier USS CORAL SEA (CV-43) as other small craft escort the vessel into port

Coast Guard patrol boats escort the aircraft carrier USS CORAL SEA (CV-43) as the vessel enters San Francisco Bay following its return from Puget Sound Navy Yard in Bremerton, Washington

A harbor tug sprays water to welcome the aircraft carrier USS CORAL SEA (CV-43) as other small craft escort the vessel past the Golden Gate Bridge following its arrival in San Francisco Bay

A close-up view of the bow of the aircraft carrier USS CORAL SEA (CV-43) as the dry dock in which it is contained is flooded with water in preparation for the vessel's departure from Puget Sound Navy Yard following overhaul

Distant view of the aircraft carrier USS INDEPENDENCE (CV-62) underway, as seen from the guided missile cruiser USS COLUMBUS (CG-12)

Wallops Island camera equipment installed on board the Ames CV-990 (NASA 711) Galileo Airborne platform for the 1971 Barium Ion Cloud Airborne expedition (experimenters racks) ARC-1970-AC70-5719-2-8

CAPT. Hank P. Glindeman Jr., USN (covered) CO, USS RANGER (CV-61), 1971-1973

Guidance and Navaigation: CV-990 Shuttle simulation - descent at Edwards Airforce Base, Dryden Flight Research Center, CA ARC-1972-AC72-2696

Guidance and Navaigation: CV-990 Shuttle simulation - descent at Edwards Airforce Base, Dryden Flight Research Center, CA (Shuttle un-powered descent and landing diagram) ARC-1972-AC72-2695

CAPT. Arthur E. Hill, USN (covered) CO, USS RANGER (CV-61), 1973-1974

CAPT. John L. Nicholson Jr., USN (covered) CO, USS RANGER (CV-61), 1974-1976

CV-990 EQUIPMENT RACKS IN THE INSTRUMENT RESEARCH LABORATORY IRL

CV-990 EQUIPMENT RACKS IN THE INSTRUMENT RESEARCH LABORATORY IRL

CV-990 EQUIPMENT RACKS IN THE INSTRUMENT RESEARCH LABORATORY IRL

CV-990 EQUIPMENT RACKS IN THE INSTRUMENT RESEARCH LABORATORY IRL

CV-990 EQUIPMENT RACKS IN THE INSTRUMENT RESEARCH LABORATORY IRL

CV-990 EQUIPMENT RACKS IN THE INSTRUMENT RESEARCH LABORATORY IRL

CV-990 EQUIPMENT RACKS IN THE INSTRUMENT RESEARCH LABORATORY IRL

CV-990 EQUIPMENT RACKS IN THE INSTRUMENT RESEARCH LABORATORY IRL

CV-990 EQUIPMENT RACKS IN THE INSTRUMENT RESEARCH LABORATORY IRL

CV-990 (NASA 711) on Ames ramp at sunrise ARC-1974-AC74-0550

CV-990 Galileo II arrival at Ames after first expedition - decending ramp are from top Don Anderson, Mike Bader, Dean Chapman (?), Hans Mark and unknown ARC-1974-A74-3982-12

CV-990 Galileo II arrival at Ames after first expedition - decending ramp are from top Don Anderson, Mike Bader, Hans Mark ARC-1974-A74-3982-11

CV-990 Galileo II arrival at Ames after first expedition ARC-1974-A74-3982-4

U.S. Marines from Co. G and Co. E, 2nd Bn., 9th Marines, prepare to depart the aircraft carrier USS CORAL SEA (CV-43) following the rescue operation of the merchant vessel SS MAYAGUEZ and the Kon Tang Island Operation

U.S. Marines from Co. G and Co. E, 2nd Bn., 9th Marines, depart the aircraft carrier USS CORAL SEA (CV-43) following the rescue operation of the merchant vessel SS MAYAGUEZ and the Kon Tang Island Operation

Firefighters aboard the guided missile destroyer USS CLAUDE V. RICKETTS (DDG-5) direct spray from their hoses onto a fire aboard the guided missile cruiser USS BELKNAP (CG-26). The BELKNAP was heavily damaged and caught fire when it collided with the aircraft carrier USS JOHN F. KENNEDY (CV-67) during night operations

Firefighters aboard the guided missile destroyer USS CLAUDE V. RICKETTS (DDG-5) direct spray from their hoses onto a fire aboard the guided missile cruiser USS BELKNAP (CG-26). The Belknap was heavily damaged and caught fire when it collided with the aircraft carrier USS JOHN F. KENNEDY (CV-67) during night operations

A firefighting team moves a hose into position to fight a fire near the bridge of the guided missile cruiser USS BELKNAP (CG-26). The Belknap was heavily damaged and caught fire when it collided with the aircraft carrier USS JOHN F. KENNEDY (CV-67) during night operations

A view of damage sustained by the aircraft carrier USS JOHN F. KENNEDY (CV-67) when it collided with the guided missile cruiser USS BELKNAP (CG-26) during night operations on Nov. 22, 1975

A view of damage sustained by the aircraft carrier USS JOHN F. KENNEDY (CV-67) when it collided with the guided missile cruiser USS BELKNAP (CG-26) during night operations on Nov. 22, 1975

A view of damage sustained by the aircraft carrier USS JOHN F. KENNEDY (CV-67) when it collided with the guided missile cruiser USS BELKNAP (CG-26) during night operations on Nov. 22, 1975

A view of damage sustained by the aircraft carrier USS JOHN F. KENNEDY (CV-67) when it collided with the guided missile cruiser USS BELKNAP (CG-26) during night operations on Nov. 22, 1975

CV-990 (NASA-712) Galileo II aircraft in flight over the San Francisco's Golden Gate Bridge. A digital navigation, guidance and autopilot system tested on Galileo 1 and Galileo II in 1975 looked at the feasibility of energy-management approach concepts for an unpowered vehicle. Flight tests carried out by pilot Fred Drinkwater with technical direction by Fred Edwards and John D Foster along with significant input from Gordon Hardy on the pilot's system interface. Note: Used in publication in Flight Research at Ames; 57 Years of Development and Validation of Aeronautical Technology NASA SP-1998-3300 fig 95 ref 99 ARC-1969-AC76-0060-43

CAPT. Douglas R. McCrimmon, USN (covered) CO, USS RANGER (CV-61), 1976-1977

CV-990 GASP GLOBAL AIR SAMPLING PROJECT INSTALLATION AEP PHASE I

CV-990 GASP GLOBAL AIR SAMPLING PROJECT INSTALLATION AEP PHASE I

CV-990 GASP GLOBAL AIR SAMPLING PROJECT INSTALLATION AEP PHASE I

CV-990 GASP GLOBAL AIR SAMPLING PROJECT INSTALLATION AEP PHASE I

CV-990 GASP GLOBAL AIR SAMPLING PROJECT INSTALLATION AEP PHASE I

CV-990 GASP GLOBAL AIR SAMPLING PROJECT INSTALLATION AEP PHASE I

CV-990 GASP GLOBAL AIR SAMPLING PROJECT INSTALLATION AEP PHASE I

CV-990 GASP GLOBAL AIR SAMPLING PROJECT INSTALLATION AEP PHASE I

CV-990 GASP GLOBAL AIR SAMPLING PROJECT INSTALLATION AEP PHASE I

First Lady Betty Ford, Princess Grace and Prince Rainier III of Monaco at the Operation Sail Event aboard the USS Forrestal (CV-59)

CAPT. Thomas G. Moore, USN (covered) CO, USS RANGER (CV-61), 1978-1979

Right side view of a Marine A-6E Intruder aircraft landing on the aircraft carrier USS AMERICA (CV-66) during carrier requalifications. The A-6E from Marine All-Weather Medium Attack Squadron 533 (VMAWF-533)

CAPT. Roger E. Box, USN (covered) CO, USS RANGER (CV-61), 1979-1980

A view of an E-2 Hawkeye aircraft, and F-14 Tomcat aircraft, an F-4 Phantom II aircraft, and several SH-3 King helicopters on the flight deck of the USS INDEPENDENCE (CV-62) as the aircraft carrier encounters a dense sea mist

A starboard view of the aircraft carrier USS INDEPENDENCE (CV-62) underway

A port bow view of the aircraft carrier USS INDEPENDENCE (CV-62) underway

A port bow view of the nuclear-powered aircraft carrier USS NIMITZ (CVN-68) underway off the starboard side of the aircraft carrier USS JOHN F. KENNEDY (CV-67). The ships are operating with Carrier Battle Group Eight off the coast of Lebanon

Rear Adm. Grant Sharp, Commander, Battle Group Two, left, talks with Captain Jack A. Moriarty, Commanding Officer of the aircraft carrier USS JOHN F. KENNEDY (CV-67), seated right, during operations with Carrier Battle Group Eight off the coast of Lebanon

A bow view of aircraft carrier USS JOHN F. KENNEDY (CV-67), guided missile destroyer USS RICHARD E. BYRD (DDG-23) and the frigate USS W. S. SIMS (FF-1059) operating with Carrier Battle Group Eight off the coast of Lebanon

F-14A Tomcat and other aircraft parked on the flight deck of the aircraft carrier USS JOHN F. KENNEDY (CV-67). The frigate USS W. S. SIMS (FF-1059) and the guided missile destroyer USS RICHARD E. BYRD (DDG-23) are in the background

Escorts follow the aircraft carrier USS JOHN F. KENNEDY (CV-67) during operations with Carrier Battle Group Eight off the coast of Lebanon. They are the frigate USS W. S. SIMS (FF-1059) and the guided missile destroyer USS RICHARD E. BYRD (DDG-23)

Undersecretary of the Navy Robert Baldwin, center, a member of his party, left, and a pilot from the Air Anti-submarine Squadron 28 (VS-28) in flight gear during Baldwin's visit aboard the aircraft carrier USS INDEPENDENCE (CV-62)

Undersecretary of the Navy Robert Baldwin, left, a member of his party, center, and a pilot from the Air Anti-submarine Squadron 28 (VS-28) in flight gear during Baldwin's visit aboard the aircraft carrier USS INDEPENDENCE (CV-62)

Undersecretary of the Navy Robert Baldwin, left rear, and members of his party are given a tour of the combat information center (CIC) during their visit aboard the aircraft carrier USS INDEPENDENCE (CV-62)

West German Defense Minister Hans Apel with distinguished guests, officers and crewmen on the bridge during his visit aboard the aircraft carrier USS INDEPENDENCE (CV-62)

A Navy pilot talks to Charles Snodgrass, right, a distinguished visitor, as they stand on the flight deck of the aircraft carrier USS INDEPENDENCE (CV-62)

Captain Thomas C. Watson Jr., right, commanding officer, welcomes Rear Adm. Frederick C. Johnson for a visit aboard the aircraft carrier USS INDEPENDENCE (CV-62)

CAPT Thomas C. Watson Jr., right, commanding officer, welcomes Charles Snodgrass, a distinguished guest arriving for a visit aboard the aircraft carrier USS INDEPENDENCE (CV-62)

CDR John Calhoun, executive officer of the aircraft carrier USS INDEPENDENCE (CV-62), talks with one of two civilians just rescued at sea by Helicopter Squadron 15 (HS-15)

A hospital corpsman aboard the aircraft carrier USS INDEPENDENCE (CV-62) checks one of two civilians just rescued at sea by Helicopter Squadron 15 (HS-15)

A port bow view of the aircraft carrier USS AMERICA (CV-66) being escorted out to sea

A port beam view of the aircraft carrier USS AMERICA (CV-66) being escorted out to sea

LT. CMDR. George E. Dobes, Chaplain Corps, conducts a memorial service on the flight deck of the aircraft carrier USS INDEPENDENCE (CV-62). The service is being held for an INDEPENDENCE crew

An overhead view of a memorial service on the flight deck of the aircraft carrier USS INDEPENDENCE (CV-62)

Crewmen participate in a memorial service on the flight deck of the aircraft carrier USS INDEPENDENCE (CV-62). The service is being held for one of their fellow crewmen

A U.S. Marine Corps color guard stands at attention during a memorial service on the flight deck of the aircraft carrier USS INDEPENDENCE (CV-62)

CAPT Thomas C. Watson Jr., commanding officer, delivers the eulogy at a memorial service on the flight deck of the aircraft carrier USS INDEPENDENCE (CV-62). The service is being held for an INDEPENDENCE crewman