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CV-6 USS Enterprise

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The USS Enterprise (CV-6), nicknamed “The Big E,” “Lucky E,” and “Grey Ghost,” was ordered for the U.S. Navy on August 3, 1933. Her keel was laid down by the Newport News Shipbuilding and Dry Dock Company in Virginia on July 16, 1934. She was launched on October 3, 1936 and commissioned on May 12, 1938 under the command of Captain Newton H. White.

USS Enterprise operated first off the East Coast and in the Caribbean before being ordered to the Pacific in April 1939. While based in San Diego, California, she was used during the filming of Dive Bomber, a movie that starred Errol Flynn and Fred MacMurray. She was later based at Pearl Harbor, where she was stationed when the United States entered World War II.
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