USS Lexington (CV/CVA-16): From World War II To Present-Day Museum Ship

USS Lexington (CV/CVA-16): From World War II To Present-Day Museum Ship by David Doyle


ISBN
9780764359255
Published
Binding
Hardcover
Pages
128
Dimensions
228 x 228mm

USS Lexington (CV-16), a member of the famed Essex class of carriers that made up the backbone of the US Navy's carrier force in WWII, served its nation from WWII into the 1990s. With almost a half-million arrested landings recorded, arguably more naval aviators have landed on its decks than on any other aircraft carrier in the world. Scarred in battle during WWII, the Lexington earned considerable distinction in that war, participating in the sinking of over a million tons of enemy ships and downing hundreds of Japanese aircraft. The history of this famed vessel is presented through over 200 photographs and accompanying narrative. These photos, coupled with descriptive and informative captions, put the reader on the deck of this historic warship throughout its history.
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