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Tarawa artwork on display at the National Museum of the Marine Corps, Quantico, Virginia, United States, 15 Jan 2007Tarawa display in the Leatherneck Gallery at the National Museum of the Marine Corps, Quantico, Virginia, United States, 15 Jan 2007, photo 1 of 2Tarawa display in the Leatherneck Gallery at the National Museum of the Marine Corps, Quantico, Virginia, United States, 15 Jan 2007, photo 2 of 2The Wake Island exhibit at the National Museum of the Marine Corps, Quantico, Virginia, United States, 15 Jan 2007
Tarawa artwork on display at the National Museum of the Marine Corps, Quantico, Virginia, United States, 15 Jan 2007Tarawa display in the Leatherneck Gallery at the National Museum of the Marine Corps, Quantico, Virginia, United States, 15 Jan 2007, photo 1 of 2Tarawa display in the Leatherneck Gallery at the National Museum of the Marine Corps, Quantico, Virginia, United States, 15 Jan 2007, photo 2 of 2The Wake Island exhibit at the National Museum of the Marine Corps, Quantico, Virginia, United States, 15 Jan 2007
Model of the atomic bomb Replica of the Japanese instrument of surrender on display at the West Point Museum, United States Military Academy, West Point, New York, United States, 22 Sep 2007Japanese copy of the Instrument of Surrender signed aboard USS Missouri in Tokyo Bay on 2 Sep 1945. Note General Sutherland’s handwritten corrections after Col Lawrence Cosgrave of Canada signed on the wrong lineFormer Navy Underground Headquarters, Okinawa, Japan, Jan 2009; photo 1 of 15; the memorial for those who sacrificed their lives in the defense
Model of the atomic bomb 'Fat Man' on display at the West Point Museum, United States Military Academy, West Point, New York, United States, 22 Sep 2007Replica of the Japanese instrument of surrender on display at the West Point Museum, United States Military Academy, West Point, New York, United States, 22 Sep 2007Japanese copy of the Instrument of Surrender signed aboard USS Missouri in Tokyo Bay on 2 Sep 1945. Note General Sutherland’s handwritten corrections after Col Lawrence Cosgrave of Canada signed on the wrong lineFormer Navy Underground Headquarters, Okinawa, Japan, Jan 2009; photo 1 of 15; the memorial for those who sacrificed their lives in the defense
Former Navy Underground Headquarters, Okinawa, Japan, Jan 2009; photo 10 of 15; flag officerFormer Navy Underground Headquarters, Okinawa, Japan, Jan 2009; photo 11 of 15; petty officersFormer Navy Underground Headquarters, Okinawa, Japan, Jan 2009; photo 12 of 15; petty officersFormer Navy Underground Headquarters, Okinawa, Japan, Jan 2009; photo 13 of 15; flag officer
Former Navy Underground Headquarters, Okinawa, Japan, Jan 2009; photo 10 of 15; flag officer's roomFormer Navy Underground Headquarters, Okinawa, Japan, Jan 2009; photo 11 of 15; petty officers' quartersFormer Navy Underground Headquarters, Okinawa, Japan, Jan 2009; photo 12 of 15; petty officers' quartersFormer Navy Underground Headquarters, Okinawa, Japan, Jan 2009; photo 13 of 15; flag officer's room
Former Navy Underground Headquarters, Okinawa, Japan, Jan 2009; photo 14 of 15; commanding officerFormer Navy Underground Headquarters, Okinawa, Japan, Jan 2009; photo 15 of 15; map of US operationsFormer Navy Underground Headquarters, Okinawa, Japan, Jan 2009; photo 2 of 15; the entrance of the underground tunnelsFormer Navy Underground Headquarters, Okinawa, Japan, Jan 2009; photo 3 of 15; tunnel
Former Navy Underground Headquarters, Okinawa, Japan, Jan 2009; photo 14 of 15; commanding officer's roomFormer Navy Underground Headquarters, Okinawa, Japan, Jan 2009; photo 15 of 15; map of US operationsFormer Navy Underground Headquarters, Okinawa, Japan, Jan 2009; photo 2 of 15; the entrance of the underground tunnelsFormer Navy Underground Headquarters, Okinawa, Japan, Jan 2009; photo 3 of 15; tunnel
Former Navy Underground Headquarters, Okinawa, Japan, Jan 2009; photo 4 of 15; map of underground structureFormer Navy Underground Headquarters, Okinawa, Japan, Jan 2009; photo 5 of 15; some Japanese committed suicide with grenades in this operations room, leaving walls damaged with fragmentsFormer Navy Underground Headquarters, Okinawa, Japan, Jan 2009; photo 6 of 15; some Japanese committed suicide with grenades in this operations room, leaving walls damaged with fragmentsFormer Navy Underground Headquarters, Okinawa, Japan, Jan 2009; photo 7 of 15; some Japanese committed suicide with grenades in this operations room, leaving walls damaged with fragments
Former Navy Underground Headquarters, Okinawa, Japan, Jan 2009; photo 4 of 15; map of underground structureFormer Navy Underground Headquarters, Okinawa, Japan, Jan 2009; photo 5 of 15; some Japanese committed suicide with grenades in this operations room, leaving walls damaged with fragmentsFormer Navy Underground Headquarters, Okinawa, Japan, Jan 2009; photo 6 of 15; some Japanese committed suicide with grenades in this operations room, leaving walls damaged with fragmentsFormer Navy Underground Headquarters, Okinawa, Japan, Jan 2009; photo 7 of 15; some Japanese committed suicide with grenades in this operations room, leaving walls damaged with fragments

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