US Marines PFC. J. L. Hudson, Pvt. K. L. Lofter, PFC. Paul V. Parces, Pvt. Fred Sizemore, PFC. Henrey Noviech, and Pvt. Richard N. Pearson posing with a captured Japanese flag, Iwo Jima, Feb 1945

Caption   US Marines PFC. J. L. Hudson, Pvt. K. L. Lofter, PFC. Paul V. Parces, Pvt. Fred Sizemore, PFC. Henrey Noviech, and Pvt. Richard N. Pearson posing with a captured Japanese flag, Iwo Jima, Feb 1945
Source   United States Marine Corps
Identification Code   112350
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Added By C. Peter Chen
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