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Today in World War II History—April 3, 1942

Carrier USS Wasp and battleship USS Washington of TF 39 at Scapa Flow, Scotland, 4 April 1942 (US Navy National Museum of Naval Aviation: 1967.038.031)

Carrier USS Wasp and battleship USS Washington of TF 39 at Scapa Flow, Scotland, 4 April 1942 (US Navy National Museum of Naval Aviation: 1967.038.031)

80 Years Ago—Apr. 3, 1942: Japanese begin final push for the Bataan Peninsula.

US Navy Task Force 39 arrives at Scapa Flow in Britain to cover the Arctic and Mediterranean runs, the first unit of the US Atlantic Fleet in British waters.

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