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Not a plane survived this magnificent devotion to purpose. Member feedback about VT Note midships elevator, torpedo elevator, arresting gear and flight deck barriers in the lower portion of the photo, and 1. I am especially interested in the early phases of the Pacific War from September or a year sooner through the end of when his "Battle of Midway" was created and "December 7th" too. The TBDs, "flying freight cars bearing the white star,"' could only go low and slow. It is believed that this engagement showed clearly the vulnerability of TBD's, for out of 12 TBD's sent into attack, only two are known to have left the vicinity of the battle.