1. HMS Argus (I49) in habour in 1918, painted in dazzle camouflage, with a Renown class battlecruiser in the distance

    HMS Argus was a British aircraft carrier that served in the Royal Navy from 1918-1944. She was the world’s first example of what is now the standard pattern of aircraft carrier, with a “flush deck” enabling wheeled aircraft to take-off and land. Argus had the nickname “Ditty Box” due to its similarity to the article of a sailor’s kit.

     
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    I was once a carrier, then I decided to become a zebra, a Zebra Carrier, a carrier of zebras. See that dolt cruiser over...
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    oh man i love dazzle so much
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