Here’s a photo I found from the “Hampton Roads Naval Museum” website. ON their website you can significantly enlarge the photo. It’s of Torpedo 8 when they were at Norfolk during Feb. ’42. This picture shows “8-T-7” when it still wore the red / white rudder stripes and red center in the national insignia.
The planes were off loaded when the B-25’s for Doolittle’s raid were taken aboard in April 1942. They were then reloaded once the carrier returned from the mission.
The picture is also in the Squadron Signal book TBD Devastator in Action. It looks like Torpedo 8 lost 15 TBD’s on June 4th. A few days before the Midway battle, LCDR Waldron ordered that two .030 caliber rear firing weapons be installed in place of the single weapon.
Hope this helps.
2 attached images. Click to enlarge.