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Peace Memorial Park, Okinawa, Japan, Jan 2009; photo 1 of 6Peace Memorial Park, Okinawa, Japan, Jan 2009; photo 2 of 6Peace Memorial Park, Okinawa, Japan, Jan 2009; photo 3 of 6Peace Memorial Park, Okinawa, Japan, Jan 2009; photo 4 of 6
Peace Memorial Park, Okinawa, Japan, Jan 2009; photo 1 of 6Peace Memorial Park, Okinawa, Japan, Jan 2009; photo 2 of 6Peace Memorial Park, Okinawa, Japan, Jan 2009; photo 3 of 6Peace Memorial Park, Okinawa, Japan, Jan 2009; photo 4 of 6
Peace Memorial Park, Okinawa, Japan, Jan 2009; photo 5 of 6Peace Memorial Park, Okinawa, Japan, Jan 2009; photo 6 of 6Petty Officer 2nd Class Blake Soller and Military Working Dog Rico at the War Dog Cemetery at Naval Base Guam, Santa Rita, US Territory of Guam, 24 May 2009US President Barack Obama placing a wreath at the USS Arizona Memorial, Hawaii, United States, 29 Dec 2011
Peace Memorial Park, Okinawa, Japan, Jan 2009; photo 5 of 6Peace Memorial Park, Okinawa, Japan, Jan 2009; photo 6 of 6Petty Officer 2nd Class Blake Soller and Military Working Dog Rico at the War Dog Cemetery at Naval Base Guam, Santa Rita, US Territory of Guam, 24 May 2009US President Barack Obama placing a wreath at the USS Arizona Memorial, Hawaii, United States, 29 Dec 2011
Beach used by the US invasion, Iwo Jima, Japan, 21 Mar 2015Battle of the Coral Sea map and infographic, published 3 May 2017Chronometer from the German U-505 at the National Museum of the United States Navy in Washington DC, 20 Dec 2018.Bow section of the USS Johnston discovered in 21,180 feet of water off Samar in late Mar 2021 and is believed to be the world’s deepest known shipwreck. The wreck was originally discovered in 2019 by the late Paul Allen’s team.
Beach used by the US invasion, Iwo Jima, Japan, 21 Mar 2015Battle of the Coral Sea map and infographic, published 3 May 2017Chronometer from the German U-505 at the National Museum of the United States Navy in Washington DC, 20 Dec 2018.Bow section of the USS Johnston discovered in 21,180 feet of water off Samar in late Mar 2021 and is believed to be the world’s deepest known shipwreck. The wreck was originally discovered in 2019 by the late Paul Allen’s team.

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