Battle of Midway Photos

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Battle of Midway Information

The first air attack
June 19, 1942 — Evans family notified that Ensign Bill Evans listed as missing in action
USS Yorktown CV-10 – On June 4 during the Battle of Midway, Japanese aircraft crippled Yorktown. She lost all power and developed a 23-degree list to port. The ship sank and was later found, on June 4, 1998
Japanese ShipDestroyed
Japanese Kamikaze Plane
Midway – While under attack
June 7, 1942: Battle of Midway Ends in Allied Victory

Today, Midway is Wildlife Refuge and a Battle of Midway National Memorial. The Battle of Midway National Memorial is managed by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service. They have made several promises to host visitors to the island – but the island remains closed to public visitation, with no plan to reopen, despite a Legal Mandate to keep it open for visitors.

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