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Men of the US Army 77th Infantry Division at Okinawa, Japan listening to radio reports for the German surrender, 8 May 1945Damage aboard HMS Formidable after being struck by Japanese special attack aircraft, Pacific Ocean, 4 May 1945HMS Victorious on fire after being struck by Japanese special attack aircraft, off Sakishima Gunto (Islands), Japan, 9 May 1945US Marine Private First Class Paul E. Ison running through Japanese fire at
Men of the US Army 77th Infantry Division at Okinawa, Japan listening to radio reports for the German surrender, 8 May 1945Damage aboard HMS Formidable after being struck by Japanese special attack aircraft, Pacific Ocean, 4 May 1945HMS Victorious on fire after being struck by Japanese special attack aircraft, off Sakishima Gunto (Islands), Japan, 9 May 1945US Marine Private First Class Paul E. Ison running through Japanese fire at 'Death Valley', Okinawa, Japan, 10 May 1945
The USS Bunker Hill, already burning from one special attack aircraft, is struck by another off Okinawa, 11 May 1945. Note cruiser USS Wilkes-Barre at left.The USS Bunker Hill, burning from two special attack aircraft crashing through the flight deck off Okinawa, 11 May 1945. Note cruiser Wilkes-Barre at extreme left and carrier Randolph at right.The USS Bunker Hill, burning from two special attack aircraft crashing through the flight deck off Okinawa, is assisted by cruiser Pasadena, 11 May 1945.The USS Bunker Hill, burning from two special attack aircraft crashing through the flight deck off Okinawa, is assisted by destroyer Charles S Perry and cruiser Wilkes-Barre, 11 May 1945.
The USS Bunker Hill, already burning from one special attack aircraft, is struck by another off Okinawa, 11 May 1945. Note cruiser USS Wilkes-Barre at left.The USS Bunker Hill, burning from two special attack aircraft crashing through the flight deck off Okinawa, 11 May 1945. Note cruiser Wilkes-Barre at extreme left and carrier Randolph at right.The USS Bunker Hill, burning from two special attack aircraft crashing through the flight deck off Okinawa, is assisted by cruiser Pasadena, 11 May 1945.The USS Bunker Hill, burning from two special attack aircraft crashing through the flight deck off Okinawa, is assisted by destroyer Charles S Perry and cruiser Wilkes-Barre, 11 May 1945.
Transfer of wounded from USS Bunker Hill to USS Wilkes Barre, who were injured during fire following suicide dive bombing attack off Okinawa, 11 May 1945US Marine flamethrower and rifle squad attacking a Japanese position on Okinawa, Japan, 11 May 1945USS New Mexico hit by a special attack aircraft at dusk off Okinawa, Japan, 12 May 1945; photo taken from cruiser USS WichitaAn A6M Zero special attack aircraft crashed through the flight deck of USS Enterprise and lodged in the forward elevator pit. 250kg bomb exploded and propelled the elevator several hundred feet in the air, 14 May 1945
Transfer of wounded from USS Bunker Hill to USS Wilkes Barre, who were injured during fire following suicide dive bombing attack off Okinawa, 11 May 1945US Marine flamethrower and rifle squad attacking a Japanese position on Okinawa, Japan, 11 May 1945USS New Mexico hit by a special attack aircraft at dusk off Okinawa, Japan, 12 May 1945; photo taken from cruiser USS WichitaAn A6M Zero special attack aircraft crashed through the flight deck of USS Enterprise and lodged in the forward elevator pit. 250kg bomb exploded and propelled the elevator several hundred feet in the air, 14 May 1945
As seen from the USS Essex, the USS Enterprise burns furiously after a Japanese Special Attack aircraft struck the carrier at the forward elevator off Kyushu, Japan, 14 May 1945Crews aboard USS Enterprise controlling fires from a Japanese bomb that blew the forward elevator completely out of the ship, off Kyushu, Japan, 14 May 1945.Crews aboard USS Enterprise controlling fires from a Japanese bomb that blew the forward elevator completely out of the ship, shearing off the tail of an F6F Hellcat as it exited, off Kyushu, Japan, 14 May 1945.Men of US Marine Corps 6th Division entering Naha, Okinawa, 17 May 1945
As seen from the USS Essex, the USS Enterprise burns furiously after a Japanese Special Attack aircraft struck the carrier at the forward elevator off Kyushu, Japan, 14 May 1945Crews aboard USS Enterprise controlling fires from a Japanese bomb that blew the forward elevator completely out of the ship, off Kyushu, Japan, 14 May 1945.Crews aboard USS Enterprise controlling fires from a Japanese bomb that blew the forward elevator completely out of the ship, shearing off the tail of an F6F Hellcat as it exited, off Kyushu, Japan, 14 May 1945.Men of US Marine Corps 6th Division entering Naha, Okinawa, 17 May 1945
Essex underway at sea during the Okinawa Campaign, 20 May 1945; note the F4U and F6F aircraft on the flight deckMen of US Marine Corps 6th Division at Naha, Okinawa, Japan, May 1945US Marine sniper, Naha, Okinawa, Japan, 1945US Marines surveying a suspected Japanese position, Shuri, Okinawa, Japan, May 1945
Essex underway at sea during the Okinawa Campaign, 20 May 1945; note the F4U and F6F aircraft on the flight deckMen of US Marine Corps 6th Division at Naha, Okinawa, Japan, May 1945US Marine sniper, Naha, Okinawa, Japan, 1945US Marines surveying a suspected Japanese position, Shuri, Okinawa, Japan, May 1945

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