35 items in this album on 2 pages.

B-25 Mitchell bombers of the 42nd Bomb Group on the ramp at Munda, New Georgia, Solomons, 1943. Note B-24 Liberator nose turrets at left.Ambulance and medical personnel, New Georgia, 1943F4U-1 Corsair of Marine Squadron VMF-215 at the Munda Airstrip, New Georgia, Solomons, 1943Overturned F4U-1 Corsair of Marine Squadron VMF-215 at the Munda Airstrip, New Georgia, Solomons, 1943
B-25 Mitchell bombers of the 42nd Bomb Group on the ramp at Munda, New Georgia, Solomons, 1943. Note B-24 Liberator nose turrets at left.Ambulance and medical personnel, New Georgia, 1943F4U-1 Corsair of Marine Squadron VMF-215 at the Munda Airstrip, New Georgia, Solomons, 1943Overturned F4U-1 Corsair of Marine Squadron VMF-215 at the Munda Airstrip, New Georgia, Solomons, 1943
US Army Private Lloyd Culuck of A Company, 1st Battalion, US 172nd Infantry Regiment eating a can of Ration B, using the lid as spoon while wearing 12-day-old dirty clothes, New Georgia, Solomon Islands, Jul 1943US Marines wading across a stream, New Georgia, 1943Destroyed Japanese field gun, New Georgia, 1943US construction troops on New Georgia, 1943
US Army Private Lloyd Culuck of A Company, 1st Battalion, US 172nd Infantry Regiment eating a can of Ration B, using the lid as spoon while wearing 12-day-old dirty clothes, New Georgia, Solomon Islands, Jul 1943US Marines wading across a stream, New Georgia, 1943Destroyed Japanese field gun, New Georgia, 1943US construction troops on New Georgia, 1943
US Marine supply dump, New Georgia, 1943US Marines in New Georgia, 1943US Marines with field gun, New Georgia, 1943US Marines, New Georgia, 1943
US Marine supply dump, New Georgia, 1943US Marines in New Georgia, 1943US Marines with field gun, New Georgia, 1943US Marines, New Georgia, 1943
US Marines, New Georgia, 19432Lt Harry S Huidekoper, USMCR of VMF-213 poses aboard the hulk of F4U-1 Corsair “George,” Munda Airstrip, New Georgia, Solomon Islands, Sept 1943. This aircraft previously flew with VMF-122.American field hospital, New Georgia, 1943Barren landscape, New Georgia, 1943
US Marines, New Georgia, 19432Lt Harry S Huidekoper, USMCR of VMF-213 poses aboard the hulk of F4U-1 Corsair “George,” Munda Airstrip, New Georgia, Solomon Islands, Sept 1943. This aircraft previously flew with VMF-122.American field hospital, New Georgia, 1943Barren landscape, New Georgia, 1943
Marine TBM-1C Avengers lined up along the airstrip at Munda, New Georgia, Solomon Islands in late 1943. Note open bomb bays, improvised wheel chocks, flame dampener on the exhaust port of the nearest plane, and different versions of the National InsigniaNavy TBF-1 Avengers at the Munda Airstrip, New Georgia, Solomons, Sep 1943. Note the crews are in the process of applying the newly updated National Insignia with white bars and a blue border.Navy TBF-1 Avengers at the Munda Airstrip, New Georgia, Solomons, Sept 1943.Navy TBF-1 Avengers at the Munda Airstrip, New Georgia, Solomons, Sept 1943. Note the crews are in the process of applying the newly updated National Insignia with white bars and a blue border.
Marine TBM-1C Avengers lined up along the airstrip at Munda, New Georgia, Solomon Islands in late 1943. Note open bomb bays, improvised wheel chocks, flame dampener on the exhaust port of the nearest plane, and different versions of the National InsigniaNavy TBF-1 Avengers at the Munda Airstrip, New Georgia, Solomons, Sep 1943. Note the crews are in the process of applying the newly updated National Insignia with white bars and a blue border.Navy TBF-1 Avengers at the Munda Airstrip, New Georgia, Solomons, Sept 1943.Navy TBF-1 Avengers at the Munda Airstrip, New Georgia, Solomons, Sept 1943. Note the crews are in the process of applying the newly updated National Insignia with white bars and a blue border.

35 items in this album on 2 pages.



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