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ªUSS Antietam (CVS-36). Lockheed T2V-1 "SeaStar" makes its first carrier landing, during carrier suitability tests on board Antietam off the U.S. east coast, circa 7 October 1957. This photograph was originally released by the Lockheed Newsbureau on 9 October 1957, with the caption: "SeaStar Flexes Sea-Legs -- U.S. Navy's Lockheed T2V-1 SeaStar skims in for its first 'sea duty' landing aboard the U.S.S. Antietam. The new ship-or-shore duty trainer recently completed primary carrier suitability tests during operations held off the East Coast. Designed to combine top performance and safety in a two-place school-plane, the SeaStar is in quantity production at Lockheed's California Division. Lockheed Photograph, from the collections of the Naval Historical Center. Image courtesy of HyperWar.

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