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    "Another one with distorted facts, unless you regard Port Morseby as an aircraft carrier. The Australian bombers that were involved came from land bases. Midway is regarded as the first real naval battle fought by aircraft carriers.๐Ÿค” "

    Actually, the same applies to Midway. Many attacks against the Japanese flew from there...that is why the Japanese wanted it so badly.๐Ÿ˜€
    The correct answer should be: None, they all involoved land based aircraft.
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    The Battle of the Coral Sea was fought with Aircraft Carriers and Planes in MAY 1942 one month before the Battle of Midway June 1942. Both of these battle with Aircraft Carriers only lasted a few days. Once again I only know a few navy facts due to my late dear old navy dad. He should never have got into the Navy as he was colour blind. He never did tell us how he done it all I know is that him and his best mate and what became my Uncle both went together when they went to sign up.
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    Rudy-M, Schrodinger would know!
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    I knew the right answer but gambled on the AI being wrong so got caught out! After losing carrier Lexington the US navy withdrew.
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    In my hand I have a butterfly. Is it dead or alive?
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    I went for Midway as well due to the fact it was the only answer I knew that involved aircraft carriers on both sides.
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    Another one with distorted facts, unless you regard Port Morseby as an aircraft carrier. The Australian bombers that were involved came from land bases. Midway is regarded as the first real naval battle fought by aircraft carriers.๐Ÿค”
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    I see Titanic has moved to warmer climates, must have been getting a bit chilly ๐Ÿ˜
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    Aye, u be right there Sar!
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