|Naval Air Station, Atlantic City|
Images of Aviation
Porcelli. Commissioned in 1943, NAS Atlantic City has played a key role in the defense of the nation. Now, in this photo-history, you'll see its years as a training base during World War II, as a test site for new aircraft and new air combat capabilities after the war, and as home to the FAA's premier research center, New Jersey Air National Guard jet fighters, a U.S. Coast Guard air station, and Atlantic City International Airport after the Navy left in 1958. 128 pages, approximately 200 B&W photographs, 6½"x 9¼", softcover.
|USS Kidd on Deck |
Doyle. Commissioned in April, 1943, the USS Kidd (DD-661), a Fletcher-class destroyer named in honor of Admiral Isaac C. Kidd (the first U.S. Navy flag officer to die in combat during World War II), saw action in nearly every naval campaign in World War II's Pacific Theater as well as the Korean War. This heavily illustrated volume examines the USS Kidd - the sole surviving Fletcher-class destroyer - in fascinating detail, showing you color close-up photos of the exterior as well as the beautifully restored interior spaces where sailors lived and fought. 80 pages, 234 color and B&W photographs, 11"x 8¼", softcover.
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