Authentic Piece Of Wreckage From The Uss Yorktown Wwii Aircraft Carrier Ship


Authentic Piece Of Wreckage From The Uss Yorktown Wwii Aircraft Carrier Ship

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Authentic Piece Of Wreckage From The Uss Yorktown Wwii Aircraft Carrier Ship:
$33


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This listing is for an Authentic Piece of the USS Yorktown!

The third USS Yorktown (CV-5), lead ship of her class of aircraft carriers of WWII, was sunk at the battle of Midway. The Yorktown was hit on the port side, amidships, by a Japanese Type 91 aerial torpedo during the mid-afternoon attack by planes from the carrier Hiryu. It earned three battle stars for her WWII service, two of them for the significant part she had played in stopping Japanese expansion and turning the tide of the war at Coral Sea and at Midway.

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Authentic Piece Of Wreckage From The Uss Yorktown Wwii Aircraft Carrier Ship:
$33

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