War Diary and/or Deck Logs for USS Midway in 1945

Have the War Diaries and/or Deck Logs for USS Midway in 1945 been digitized?  If so, can you please point me to the correct URL?

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    Thank you for posting your question on History Hub!

    This is in response to your inquiry to the National Archives regarding your request for information related to the USS Midway (CV-41) during the World War 2 era.

    The Deck Log digitization, processing, and redaction project is an ongoing project, however, we are unable to provide specific details, estimations, or time tables on when any particular ship's logs will be made available on our online catalog. Logs are made available on a month by month basis, however, these months may not be consecutive or complete a ship’s duration of service. If a month for a particular ship is not posted we cannot make any determination of when that month will be made digitally available. 

    Records in our custody contain a number of files that include information on your topic. We regret that we are not staffed to conduct the extensive research necessary to identify all pertinent records relating to your request within the suggested record groups and their record series.  We would be happy to make them available to you or your representative in our research room.  

    Should you be unable to come to the National Archives you may wish to hire a professional researcher.  We are attaching a link to a list of some of these researchers. https://www.archives.gov/research/hire-help

    To make an appointment to visit the National Archives, please visit the Textual Research Room Appointments page if you are interested in accessing textual records. 

    All researchers must register for a NARA Researcher Card. Researchers are further encouraged to pre-register in advance of a visit. This process consists of two parts, including completing the Online Researcher Orientation and Online Kiosk Registration.

    If you have a follow up request please send your request to archives2reference@nara.gov. We hope you find this information useful in conducting your research.

    Thank you for your email to the National Archives.

    Sincerely,

    Textual Reference Archives II Branch (RR2RR)

    RR2RR 24-41702-EJT

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    Thank you for posting your question on History Hub!

    This is in response to your inquiry to the National Archives regarding your request for information related to the USS Midway (CV-41) during the World War 2 era.

    The Deck Log digitization, processing, and redaction project is an ongoing project, however, we are unable to provide specific details, estimations, or time tables on when any particular ship's logs will be made available on our online catalog. Logs are made available on a month by month basis, however, these months may not be consecutive or complete a ship’s duration of service. If a month for a particular ship is not posted we cannot make any determination of when that month will be made digitally available. 

    Records in our custody contain a number of files that include information on your topic. We regret that we are not staffed to conduct the extensive research necessary to identify all pertinent records relating to your request within the suggested record groups and their record series.  We would be happy to make them available to you or your representative in our research room.  

    Should you be unable to come to the National Archives you may wish to hire a professional researcher.  We are attaching a link to a list of some of these researchers. https://www.archives.gov/research/hire-help

    To make an appointment to visit the National Archives, please visit the Textual Research Room Appointments page if you are interested in accessing textual records. 

    All researchers must register for a NARA Researcher Card. Researchers are further encouraged to pre-register in advance of a visit. This process consists of two parts, including completing the Online Researcher Orientation and Online Kiosk Registration.

    If you have a follow up request please send your request to archives2reference@nara.gov. We hope you find this information useful in conducting your research.

    Thank you for your email to the National Archives.

    Sincerely,

    Textual Reference Archives II Branch (RR2RR)

    RR2RR 24-41702-EJT

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