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redjeep:

On March 19, 1945… the USS Franklin CV-13 and nicknamed Big Ben, is seen here heavily listing to starboard after a lone dive bomber equipped with armor piercing bombs attacked prior to the Franklin launching her fully armed aircraft that were warming up on deck. She (the USS Franklin) is credited as the most heavily damage Carrier to survive WW II. 

redjeep:

On March 19, 1945… the USS Franklin CV-13 and nicknamed Big Ben, is seen here heavily listing to starboard after a lone dive bomber equipped with armor piercing bombs attacked prior to the Franklin launching her fully armed aircraft that were warming up on deck. She (the USS Franklin) is credited as the most heavily damage Carrier to survive WW II. 

(via warisstupid)

vintageads:

Benson & Hedges / Debs 1940

vintageads:

Benson & Hedges / Debs 1940

greatclassiccars:

Plymouth
rogerwilkerson:

The hell with it… though it’s still technically Thursday for another half hour I wanted to take the opportunity to celebrate a little early!

rogerwilkerson:

The hell with it… though it’s still technically Thursday for another half hour I wanted to take the opportunity to celebrate a little early!

(via jeanfivintage)

lylaandblu:

Unloading a ship.. Beirut, Lebanon. 1900s
locationscotland:

Glenfiddich Shoot

locationscotland:

Glenfiddich Shoot

(via lifeofawhiskeydrinker)

cryptofwrestling:

The Lowdown (Jan. 1967)
Batman?

cryptofwrestling:

The Lowdown (Jan. 1967)

Batman?

(via arcaneimages)

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