American flamethrower tank attacking a Japanese-held cave, Okinawa, Japan, circa Apr-Jun 1945

Caption   American flamethrower tank attacking a Japanese-held cave, Okinawa, Japan, circa Apr-Jun 1945 ww2dbase
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Added Date 4 Oct 2008
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1. robert l. nelson says:
2 Mar 2012 01:42:02 PM

i was a member of the 713 tank bn. on okinawa .company b .tom hogans crew. this could have been our tank . we ere ther from start to finish.
2. Anonymous says:
31 Oct 2013 06:48:44 AM

Thank you for your service Robert. Glad you made it home.
3. Anonymous says:
18 Mar 2014 06:50:18 AM

My father, Al Goldberg was in A company of the 713th, from the time they started modifying the 75mm into flame throwers . He lives in Michigan. John Jenks, another survivor of Okinawa, lives in California. I also worked with the grandson of 713th veteran, Larry Hoover.

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