Belcher, Nancy Hoyt
June 2002
Military History;Jun2002, Vol. 19 Issue 2, Special section p12
Provides information on the USS Hornet Museum located in Alameda, California. Historical account on the utilization of the aircraft carrier USS Hornet during World War II; Features and capacity of the aircraft carrier; Travel information on Alameda, California.


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