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Men of US 101st Infantry Regiment running past a burning fuel trailer in square of Kronach, Bayreuth, Germany, 14 Apr 1945US Marine Corporal Harold Flagg and his war dog Boy posing with a Japanese flag, Okinawa, Japan, Apr 1945. Note the battle dressing on the dogUS Marine Private First Class Fred Muscard cleaning himself while his war dog Lux stood on guard, Okinawa, Japan, Apr 1945Ulm Münster standing amongst devastation, Ulm, Germany, 25 Apr 1945
Men of US 101st Infantry Regiment running past a burning fuel trailer in square of Kronach, Bayreuth, Germany, 14 Apr 1945US Marine Corporal Harold Flagg and his war dog Boy posing with a Japanese flag, Okinawa, Japan, Apr 1945. Note the battle dressing on the dog's fore leg.US Marine Private First Class Fred Muscard cleaning himself while his war dog Lux stood on guard, Okinawa, Japan, Apr 1945Ulm Münster standing amongst devastation, Ulm, Germany, 25 Apr 1945
Americans walking through the ruins of Naha, Okinawa, Japan, May 1945US Marines unloading Japanese prisoner of war from a submarine, May 1945US Navy corpsman tending to a wounded US Marine, Okinawa, Japan, May 1945; note rifle as makeshift plasma holderUS Marine Private First Class Paul E. Ison running through Japanese fire at
Americans walking through the ruins of Naha, Okinawa, Japan, May 1945US Marines unloading Japanese prisoner of war from a submarine, May 1945US Navy corpsman tending to a wounded US Marine, Okinawa, Japan, May 1945; note rifle as makeshift plasma holderUS Marine Private First Class Paul E. Ison running through Japanese fire at 'Death Valley', Okinawa, Japan, 10 May 1945
Men of US 6th Marine Division resting in Naha, Okinawa, Japan, 29 May 1945A US command post on Okinawa, Japan in ruins of a tomb, 1945Phosphorous grenade exploding on a Japanese position, Okinawa, Japan, 1945US Marines aiming at a church suspected of being a Japanese position, Okinawa, Japan, 1945
Men of US 6th Marine Division resting in Naha, Okinawa, Japan, 29 May 1945A US command post on Okinawa, Japan in ruins of a tomb, 1945Phosphorous grenade exploding on a Japanese position, Okinawa, Japan, 1945US Marines aiming at a church suspected of being a Japanese position, Okinawa, Japan, 1945
US Marines on Okinawa, Japan, 1945US Marines PFC Lester Walker, Corporal Francis Penrodk, and PFC Frank Bondelk patrolling southern Okinawa, Japan with war dogs Zingo, Jack, and Major, Jun 1945OUS Marines inspecting captured Soviet-made North Korean weapons, near Naktong River, Korea, 15 sep 1950
US Marines on Okinawa, Japan, 1945US Marines PFC Lester Walker, Corporal Francis Penrodk, and PFC Frank Bondelk patrolling southern Okinawa, Japan with war dogs Zingo, Jack, and Major, Jun 1945O'Callahan at military mass at the high altar of Candaleria Cathedral, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil during carrier Franklin D. Roosevelt's shakedown cruise, Feb 1946; note US Marine with M1 rifle on leftUS Marines inspecting captured Soviet-made North Korean weapons, near Naktong River, Korea, 15 sep 1950
US Marines guarding 2 North Korean prisoners aboard a transport ship which was probably traveling from Hungnam to Busan, Korea, late Dec 1950; note M1 Garand rifle with safety at Lewis Puller inspecting a groop of Marines, 26 Jan 1951Soldiers of the Ethiopian Battalion of the US 7th Infantry Division, Korea, 1953; note M1 Garand and M1 Carbine weaponsUS Marines fighting in Korea, 1 Jan 1953; note Corsair in flight overhead
US Marines guarding 2 North Korean prisoners aboard a transport ship which was probably traveling from Hungnam to Busan, Korea, late Dec 1950; note M1 Garand rifle with safety at 'off' positionLewis Puller inspecting a groop of Marines, 26 Jan 1951Soldiers of the Ethiopian Battalion of the US 7th Infantry Division, Korea, 1953; note M1 Garand and M1 Carbine weaponsUS Marines fighting in Korea, 1 Jan 1953; note Corsair in flight overhead

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