Did the pilots during World War 2 that flew off the navy carriers fall under the army air corp or where they navy?

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The Navy has always flown its own aircraft on aircraft carriers, since the first carrier was commissioned March 20th, 1922. There have been other types of aircraft flown on/off carriers by the army, but none of them were ever considered to be stationed on a carrier.
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