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Speaking of Antennas…

Detailed breakdown of the communication and radar antennas mounted on the USS Yorktown from the Feb. 1945 issue of C.I.C. (Combat Information Center) published by the U.S. Office of the Chief of Naval Operations.

Speaking of Antennas…

USS Yorktown, one of the Fleet’s mighty flattops, goes forth to track the Japs with this forest of radar antennas. Air and Surface search, GCI for night interceptions, fire control, beacons, interrogators, intercept receivers (not shown)—the array is complete, the ship ready to detect the enemy despite all his desperate efforts to evade, deceive, or jam.

USS Yorktown Aircraft Carrier Flattop Radar Antennas