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Navy pilot William A. Dean, sitting in his fighter plane emblazoned w.

Palau | Date: April 1944 | Photographer: J. R. Eyerman | LIFE archive - Hosted by Google

Palau | Date: April 1944 | Photographer: J. R. Eyerman | LIFE archive - Hosted by Google

Vice Admiral Mare Mitscher, riding aboard a carrier. | Date: October 1944 | Photographer: J. R. Eyerman | LIFE archive - Hosted by Google

Vice Admiral Mare Mitscher, riding aboard a carrier.

B-24 Waist-Gunners, England 1943

B-24 Waist-Gunners, England 1943

Admiral J. J. Clark writing in his log book on the carrier. Date taken: 1945 Photographer: J. R. Eyerman © Time Inc.

Admiral J. Clark writing in his log book on the carrier.

Admiral John S. McCain, sitting aboard a US Navy Carrier. Location:	US Date taken: October 1944 Photographer:	J. R. Eyerman © Time Inc.

Admiral John S. McCain, sitting aboard a US Navy Carrier.

Palau | Date: April 1944 | Photographer: J. R. Eyerman | LIFE archive - Hosted by Google

Palau | Date: April 1944 | Photographer: J. R. Eyerman | LIFE archive - Hosted by Google

US Airmen congratulating each other on arriving safely back after a raid

US Airmen congratulating each other on arriving safely back after a raid

A Navy officer riding aboard the aircraft carrier. Date taken: October 1944 Photographer:	J. R. Eyerman © Time Inc.

A Navy officer riding aboard the aircraft carrier.

Palau | Date: April 1944 | Photographer: J. R. Eyerman | LIFE archive - Hosted by Google

Palau | Date: April 1944 | Photographer: J. R. Eyerman | LIFE archive - Hosted by Google

Palau | Date: April 1944 | Photographer: J. R. Eyerman | LIFE archive - Hosted by Google

Palau | Date: April 1944 | Photographer: J. R. Eyerman | LIFE archive - Hosted by Google

Vice Admiral Mare Mitscher, riding aboard a carrier. Date taken: October 1944 Photographer:	J. R. Eyerman © Time Inc.

Vice Admiral Mare Mitscher, riding aboard a carrier.

B-17 Pilots ~Strapped into metal behemoths - men lost their youth and often their lives while dealing with mechanical death thousands of feet above the earth.

World War II _______ Pilots ~Strapped into metal behemoths - men lost their youth and often their lives while dealing with mechanical death thousands of feet above the earth.

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