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Carol Hebble in a Jeep, Page Field, Florida, United States, 1945Street scene in Chongqing, China shortly after Allied victory, Aug-Sep 1945An Australian soldier driving Japanese Lieutenant General Hatazo Adachi to the Wom Airstrip, New Guinea for the formal New Guinea surrender ceremony, 13 Sep 1945A sailor from USS Chenango in Sasebo, Japan, Sep-Oct 1945
Carol Hebble in a Jeep, Page Field, Florida, United States, 1945Street scene in Chongqing, China shortly after Allied victory, Aug-Sep 1945An Australian soldier driving Japanese Lieutenant General Hatazo Adachi to the Wom Airstrip, New Guinea for the formal New Guinea surrender ceremony, 13 Sep 1945A sailor from USS Chenango in Sasebo, Japan, Sep-Oct 1945
Ensign Dix (far left) and others at New Imperial Hotel, Tokyo, Japan, fall 1945Harumi-dori street, Ginza district, Tokyo, Japan, fall 1945New Imperial Hotel, Tokyo, Japan, fall 1945Chiang Kaishek, date unknown
Ensign Dix (far left) and others at New Imperial Hotel, Tokyo, Japan, fall 1945Harumi-dori street, Ginza district, Tokyo, Japan, fall 1945New Imperial Hotel, Tokyo, Japan, fall 1945Chiang Kaishek, date unknown
Jeep and GPA vehicles awaiting scrapping, Germany, post-warUS Marines inspecting captured Soviet-made North Korean weapons, near Naktong River, Korea, 15 sep 1950Douglas MacArthur on a jeep tour of the port facilities at Inchon, South Korea, 16 Sep 1950. Behind him are Marine Major General Oliver P Smith and Navy Vice Admiral Arthur D Struble.Marine Col Chesty Puller (standing) visited by Army General Douglas MacArthur (seated) as Puller pushed toward Seoul, South Korea, Sep 20 1950. Driving is Army MGen Ned Almond and in the rear are Marine Generals MGen OP Smith & LGen Lem Shepherd.
Jeep and GPA vehicles awaiting scrapping, Germany, post-warUS Marines inspecting captured Soviet-made North Korean weapons, near Naktong River, Korea, 15 sep 1950Douglas MacArthur on a jeep tour of the port facilities at Inchon, South Korea, 16 Sep 1950. Behind him are Marine Major General Oliver P Smith and Navy Vice Admiral Arthur D Struble.Marine Col Chesty Puller (standing) visited by Army General Douglas MacArthur (seated) as Puller pushed toward Seoul, South Korea, Sep 20 1950. Driving is Army MGen Ned Almond and in the rear are Marine Generals MGen OP Smith & LGen Lem Shepherd.
Douglas MacArthur with other US officers, Korea, 1950s; note Charles Palmer in background, partially obscured by MacArthurTractor of 196th Field Artillery of US 8th Army towing a 155 mm Howitzer M1 at Tari-Gol, Korea, 8 Apr 1951F4U-4 Corsair fighter of US Navy squadron VF-713 taking off from USS Antietam, off Korea, Sep 1951-May 1952; note jeeps in foregroundJeeps in the National Day parade, Taipei, Taiwan, Republic of China, 10 Oct 1961, photo 1 of 2
Douglas MacArthur with other US officers, Korea, 1950s; note Charles Palmer in background, partially obscured by MacArthurTractor of 196th Field Artillery of US 8th Army towing a 155 mm Howitzer M1 at Tari-Gol, Korea, 8 Apr 1951F4U-4 Corsair fighter of US Navy squadron VF-713 taking off from USS Antietam, off Korea, Sep 1951-May 1952; note jeeps in foregroundJeeps in the National Day parade, Taipei, Taiwan, Republic of China, 10 Oct 1961, photo 1 of 2
Jeeps in the National Day parade, Taipei, Taiwan, Republic of China, 10 Oct 1961, photo 2 of 2US Marine Sergeants Asato and Carlson with a Jeep in the village of An Ton, Vietnam, 1966A Jeep and other vehicles of Headquarters Company, US 4th Marine Regiment at Chu Lai, Vietnam, Jan 1966Re-enactors in a Jeep, Reading Regional Airport, Pennsylvania, United States, 3 Jun 2018
Jeeps in the National Day parade, Taipei, Taiwan, Republic of China, 10 Oct 1961, photo 2 of 2US Marine Sergeants Asato and Carlson with a Jeep in the village of An Ton, Vietnam, 1966A Jeep and other vehicles of Headquarters Company, US 4th Marine Regiment at Chu Lai, Vietnam, Jan 1966Re-enactors in a Jeep, Reading Regional Airport, Pennsylvania, United States, 3 Jun 2018

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