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General Douglas MacArthur in an LCVP getting ready to go ashore on Lingayen Gulf Blue 1 landing beach, Luzon, Philippines, 9 Jan 1945. Note Chief of Staff Lt General R.K. Sutherland beside him.LSTs and LCVPs unloading men, equipment, and provisions on White Beach Two in Lingayen Gulf, Luzon, Philippine Islands, 9 Jan 1945.US Coast Guard LCVP landing craft carried invasion troops toward Luzon in Lingayen Gulf, 9 Jan 1945Aboard the seaplane tender USS Tangier in San Pedro Bay, Leyte, Philippines 10 Jan 1945 are five downed United States Navy airmen rescued the day before by a PBY Catalina near Subic Bay, Luzon, Philippines.
General Douglas MacArthur in an LCVP getting ready to go ashore on Lingayen Gulf Blue 1 landing beach, Luzon, Philippines, 9 Jan 1945. Note Chief of Staff Lt General R.K. Sutherland beside him.LSTs and LCVPs unloading men, equipment, and provisions on White Beach Two in Lingayen Gulf, Luzon, Philippine Islands, 9 Jan 1945.US Coast Guard LCVP landing craft carried invasion troops toward Luzon in Lingayen Gulf, 9 Jan 1945Aboard the seaplane tender USS Tangier in San Pedro Bay, Leyte, Philippines 10 Jan 1945 are five downed United States Navy airmen rescued the day before by a PBY Catalina near Subic Bay, Luzon, Philippines.
After the recapture of Clark Field, Luzon, Philippines, American intelligence officers examine a Japanese Mitsubishi G4M-2 bomber, Feb 1945PT-245, a Higgins 78-footer of Motor Torpedo Boat Squadron 20 (MTBRon 20), southwest Pacific, circa 1945.PT-330, an Elco 80-footer of Motor Torpedo Boat Squadron 21 (MTBRon 21), underway in the Philippines, circa 1945. Note the smoke generator canister on the stern.PT-331, an Elco 80-footer of Motor Torpedo Boat Squadron 21 (MTBRon 21), in Leyte Gulf, 1945. Note shell splashes in the distance.
After the recapture of Clark Field, Luzon, Philippines, American intelligence officers examine a Japanese Mitsubishi G4M-2 bomber, Feb 1945PT-245, a Higgins 78-footer of Motor Torpedo Boat Squadron 20 (MTBRon 20), southwest Pacific, circa 1945.PT-330, an Elco 80-footer of Motor Torpedo Boat Squadron 21 (MTBRon 21), underway in the Philippines, circa 1945. Note the smoke generator canister on the stern.PT-331, an Elco 80-footer of Motor Torpedo Boat Squadron 21 (MTBRon 21), in Leyte Gulf, 1945. Note shell splashes in the distance.
General Douglas MacArthur and Colonel James Corbett at the ruins of the Manila Hotel, Manila, Philippine Islands, 23 Feb 1945F4U Corsairs of Marine Squadron VMF-222, Guiuan Airfield, Samar, Philippines, 1945. Note the oversized squadron decals on the cowls.General Douglas MacArthur and Philippine President Sergio Osmeña aboard US Navy PT-373 for transportation to Corregidor, 2 Mar 1945.British aircraft carriers Victorious, Formidable, Unicorn, Indefatigable, and Indomitable, comprising the carrier component of Task Force 57, at anchor in Leyte Gulf, Philippines, Apr 1945.
General Douglas MacArthur and Colonel James Corbett at the ruins of the Manila Hotel, Manila, Philippine Islands, 23 Feb 1945F4U Corsairs of Marine Squadron VMF-222, Guiuan Airfield, Samar, Philippines, 1945. Note the oversized squadron decals on the cowls.General Douglas MacArthur and Philippine President Sergio Osmeña aboard US Navy PT-373 for transportation to Corregidor, 2 Mar 1945.British aircraft carriers Victorious, Formidable, Unicorn, Indefatigable, and Indomitable, comprising the carrier component of Task Force 57, at anchor in Leyte Gulf, Philippines, Apr 1945.
Maintenance area servicing P-51 Mustangs and one P-47 Thunderbolt of the 35th Fighter Group, Lingayen Airfield, Luzon, Philippines, Apr 1945Member of the 894th Chemical Company inserting the fuse into a tank of napalm slung under the wing of a P-38J Lightning of the 8th Fighter Group at Elmore Airfield, Mindoro, Philippines, Apr 1945.Members of the 894th Chemical Company mixing napalm and pumping it into a tank slung under the wing of a P-38J Lightning of the 8th Fighter Group at Elmore Airfield, Mindoro, Philippines, Apr 1945.United States Army Engineers construct a “Bailey Bridge” while a WC54 ambulance and a Jeep ford the Mag-Ampon River, San Pablo, Luzon, Philippines, 3 Apr 1945. Note the machine gun mounted in the Jeep.
Maintenance area servicing P-51 Mustangs and one P-47 Thunderbolt of the 35th Fighter Group, Lingayen Airfield, Luzon, Philippines, Apr 1945Member of the 894th Chemical Company inserting the fuse into a tank of napalm slung under the wing of a P-38J Lightning of the 8th Fighter Group at Elmore Airfield, Mindoro, Philippines, Apr 1945.Members of the 894th Chemical Company mixing napalm and pumping it into a tank slung under the wing of a P-38J Lightning of the 8th Fighter Group at Elmore Airfield, Mindoro, Philippines, Apr 1945.United States Army Engineers construct a “Bailey Bridge” while a WC54 ambulance and a Jeep ford the Mag-Ampon River, San Pablo, Luzon, Philippines, 3 Apr 1945. Note the machine gun mounted in the Jeep.
B-25 Mitchell of the 17th Reconnaissance Squadron (Bombardment) at Lingayen Field, Luzon, Philippines, Apr-May 1945B-32 Dominator bomber F4U Corsair fighters being offloaded from escort carrier USS Altamaha onto a barge at Guiuan Harbor, Samar, Philippines, 1 May 1945Captured Japanese L2D2-3 transport with US markings, Clark Field, Philippine Islands, 3 May 1945
B-25 Mitchell of the 17th Reconnaissance Squadron (Bombardment) at Lingayen Field, Luzon, Philippines, Apr-May 1945B-32 Dominator bomber 'Hobo Queen II' shortly after her arrival at Clark Field, Manila, Philippine Islands, May 1945F4U Corsair fighters being offloaded from escort carrier USS Altamaha onto a barge at Guiuan Harbor, Samar, Philippines, 1 May 1945Captured Japanese L2D2-3 transport with US markings, Clark Field, Philippine Islands, 3 May 1945

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