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US 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 1945Machinato Inlet immediately after combat, Okinawa, Japan, 19 Apr 1945; note wrecked M29 Weasel vehicles on the roadUS Army 8-in Howitzer M1 firing on Japanese position, Okinawa, Japan, 19 Apr 1945
US 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 1945Machinato Inlet immediately after combat, Okinawa, Japan, 19 Apr 1945; note wrecked M29 Weasel vehicles on the roadUS Army 8-in Howitzer M1 firing on Japanese position, Okinawa, Japan, 19 Apr 1945
US Army soldiers crossing the Machinato Inlet on foot bridge, Okinawa, Japan, morning of 19 Apr 1945US Marine Private Grady Hogue on a horse, Okinawa, Japan, Apr 1945Two wrecked M4 Sherman tanks at Bloody Ridge, destroyed by Japanese artillery, Okinawa, Japan, 20 Apr 1945Essex received provisions via highline from USS Mercury (AK-42), off Okinawa, 27 Apr 1945
US Army soldiers crossing the Machinato Inlet on foot bridge, Okinawa, Japan, morning of 19 Apr 1945US Marine Private Grady Hogue on a horse, Okinawa, Japan, Apr 1945Two wrecked M4 Sherman tanks at Bloody Ridge, destroyed by Japanese artillery, Okinawa, Japan, 20 Apr 1945Essex received provisions via highline from USS Mercury (AK-42), off Okinawa, 27 Apr 1945
Anti-aircraft tracers in the night sky above Yontan Airfield, Okinawa, Japan, 28 Apr 1945; note US Marine Corps Corsair fighters in foregroundUSS San Diego assisting USS Haggard after the latter was hit by Japanese special attack, off Okinawa, Japan, 29 Apr 1945A Marine of the US 1st Marines Division pointed his Thompson submachine gun at a Japanese sniper, Okinawa, Japan, Apr-Jun 1945A salvo from USS North Carolina hitting a land target at Okinawa, Japan, 1945
Anti-aircraft tracers in the night sky above Yontan Airfield, Okinawa, Japan, 28 Apr 1945; note US Marine Corps Corsair fighters in foregroundUSS San Diego assisting USS Haggard after the latter was hit by Japanese special attack, off Okinawa, Japan, 29 Apr 1945A Marine of the US 1st Marines Division pointed his Thompson submachine gun at a Japanese sniper, Okinawa, Japan, Apr-Jun 1945A salvo from USS North Carolina hitting a land target at Okinawa, Japan, 1945
Aerial photo of the town of Ie on Ie Jima, Japan, circa 1945American flamethrower tank attacking a Japanese-held cave, Okinawa, Japan, circa Apr-Jun 1945American leaders at Okinawa, Japan: Spruance, Nimitz, and Buckner, circa May 1945Americans walking through the ruins of Naha, Okinawa, Japan, May 1945
Aerial photo of the town of Ie on Ie Jima, Japan, circa 1945American flamethrower tank attacking a Japanese-held cave, Okinawa, Japan, circa Apr-Jun 1945American leaders at Okinawa, Japan: Spruance, Nimitz, and Buckner, circa May 1945Americans walking through the ruins of Naha, Okinawa, Japan, May 1945
FG-1D Corsair fighter in flight over Okinawa, mid-1945; seen in Mar 1953 issue of US Navy publication Naval Aviation NewsMan of US 1st Marine Division comforting a fellow Marine who had just witnessed the death of a friend, Okinawa, Japan, May 1945Men and M4 Sherman tank of the 382nd Infantry Regiment, US 96th Division on the Ginowan Road, Okinawa, Japan, circa Apr-Jun 1945Men of the US 1st Marine Division fording a muddy jungle stream at Okinawa, Japan, circa Apr-Jun 1945
FG-1D Corsair fighter in flight over Okinawa, mid-1945; seen in Mar 1953 issue of US Navy publication Naval Aviation NewsMan of US 1st Marine Division comforting a fellow Marine who had just witnessed the death of a friend, Okinawa, Japan, May 1945Men and M4 Sherman tank of the 382nd Infantry Regiment, US 96th Division on the Ginowan Road, Okinawa, Japan, circa Apr-Jun 1945Men of the US 1st Marine Division fording a muddy jungle stream at Okinawa, Japan, circa Apr-Jun 1945

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