Browning M1917A1 machine gun crew of US 96th Division on the top of Yaeju-Dake Hill, Okinawa, Japan, 18 Jun 1945; note yellow cloth front lines marker on right

Caption   Browning M1917A1 machine gun crew of US 96th Division on the top of Yaeju-Dake Hill, Okinawa, Japan, 18 Jun 1945; note yellow cloth front lines marker on right
Source   United States Army
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Added By C. Peter Chen
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  1. Anonymous says:
    4 Oct 2010 11:12:09 PM

    My Dad's military papers say he returned to USA from Australia. He was in 96th Division. He spoke of a battlefield of soldiers that left code messages. Any info? Janvier
  2. jeff says:
    5 Dec 2011 11:30:58 PM

    indian code talkers from the usa.native indians.

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