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B-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 1945B-24L Liberator ‘Round Trip Ticket’ of the 33rd Bomb Squadron between missions at Clark Field, Luzon, Philippines, Mar-Jul 1945.
B-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 1945B-24L Liberator ‘Round Trip Ticket’ of the 33rd Bomb Squadron between missions at Clark Field, Luzon, Philippines, Mar-Jul 1945.
USS Randolph at anchor, San Pedro Bay, Leyte Gulf, Philippines, Jun 1945.PT-490, an 80-foot Elco motor torpedo boat with MTB Squadron 33, transporting Gen Douglas MacArthur, LGen Robert Eichelberger, and staff from Iloilo on Panay to Bacolod on Negros in the Philippines, 7 Jun 1945.Smoke rising from the forward flight deck of the USS Randolph, San Pedro Bay, Leyte Gulf, Philippines, 7 Jun 1945 after a USAAF P-38 Lightning accidentally crashed into a group of parked airplanes.Damage from Typhoon Connie to the forward flight deck of USS Bennington as seen after the ship’s arrival in San Pedro Bay, Leyte, Philippines, 12 Jun 1945. Photo 1 of 3.
USS Randolph at anchor, San Pedro Bay, Leyte Gulf, Philippines, Jun 1945.PT-490, an 80-foot Elco motor torpedo boat with MTB Squadron 33, transporting Gen Douglas MacArthur, LGen Robert Eichelberger, and staff from Iloilo on Panay to Bacolod on Negros in the Philippines, 7 Jun 1945.Smoke rising from the forward flight deck of the USS Randolph, San Pedro Bay, Leyte Gulf, Philippines, 7 Jun 1945 after a USAAF P-38 Lightning accidentally crashed into a group of parked airplanes.Damage from Typhoon Connie to the forward flight deck of USS Bennington as seen after the ship’s arrival in San Pedro Bay, Leyte, Philippines, 12 Jun 1945. Photo 1 of 3.
Damage from Typhoon Connie to the forward flight deck of USS Bennington as seen after the ship’s arrival in San Pedro Bay, Leyte, Philippines, 12 Jun 1945. Photo 2 of 3.Damage from Typhoon Connie to the forward flight deck of USS Bennington as seen after the ship’s arrival in San Pedro Bay, Leyte, Philippines, 12 Jun 1945. Photo 3 of 3.As seen from the repair ship USS Ajax, repairs underway to the forward flight deck of USS Bennington following damage during Typhoon Connie, San Pedro Bay, Leyte, Philippines, mid-Jul 1945.B-32 Dominator bomber of the 312th Bomber Group, US 386th Bomber Squadron at Clark Field, Manila, Philippine Islands, Jul 1945
Damage from Typhoon Connie to the forward flight deck of USS Bennington as seen after the ship’s arrival in San Pedro Bay, Leyte, Philippines, 12 Jun 1945. Photo 2 of 3.Damage from Typhoon Connie to the forward flight deck of USS Bennington as seen after the ship’s arrival in San Pedro Bay, Leyte, Philippines, 12 Jun 1945. Photo 3 of 3.As seen from the repair ship USS Ajax, repairs underway to the forward flight deck of USS Bennington following damage during Typhoon Connie, San Pedro Bay, Leyte, Philippines, mid-Jul 1945.B-32 Dominator bomber of the 312th Bomber Group, US 386th Bomber Squadron at Clark Field, Manila, Philippine Islands, Jul 1945
LtCol LF Maybach, with pen, completing paperwork relating to Japanese POW 2Lt Minoru Wada, seated, Aug 7, 1945, Libby Field, Davao, Mindanao, Philippines.USMC PBJ Mitchell pilot Maj Sidney Groff, right, adds the name of Japanese POW 2Lt Minoru Wada to the flight manifest at Libby Field in Davao, Mindanao for transfer to Moret Field, Zamboanga, Philippines, Aug 7, 1945Certainly with mixed feelings, Japanese POW 2Lt Minoru Wada watches bombs fall on the Japanese 100th Infantry Division headquarters that he had just led the bombers to, Aug 9, 1945, Mindanao, PhilippinesFrom the radio operator’s position in a USMC PBJ Mitchell, Japanese POW 2Lt Minoru Wada looks for landmarks to find the Japanese 100th Infantry Division headquarters complex, Aug 9, 1945, Mindanao, Philippines
LtCol LF Maybach, with pen, completing paperwork relating to Japanese POW 2Lt Minoru Wada, seated, Aug 7, 1945, Libby Field, Davao, Mindanao, Philippines.USMC PBJ Mitchell pilot Maj Sidney Groff, right, adds the name of Japanese POW 2Lt Minoru Wada to the flight manifest at Libby Field in Davao, Mindanao for transfer to Moret Field, Zamboanga, Philippines, Aug 7, 1945Certainly with mixed feelings, Japanese POW 2Lt Minoru Wada watches bombs fall on the Japanese 100th Infantry Division headquarters that he had just led the bombers to, Aug 9, 1945, Mindanao, PhilippinesFrom the radio operator’s position in a USMC PBJ Mitchell, Japanese POW 2Lt Minoru Wada looks for landmarks to find the Japanese 100th Infantry Division headquarters complex, Aug 9, 1945, Mindanao, Philippines
Japanese POW 2Lt Minoru Wada using the intercom aboard a USMC PBJ Mitchell bomber to relay instructions to his interpreter about the location of the Japanese 100th Infantry Division headquarters, Aug 9, 1945US Army Ground Liaison Officer Maj Mortimer H Jordan, headphones, relays information from Japanese POW 2Lt Minoru Wada to guide the bombing strike to the target area, Aug 9, 1945, Mindanao, PhilippinesUS Army Ground Liaison Officer Maj Mortimer H Jordan, left, Japanese POW 2Lt Minoru Wada, center, and interpreter Sgt Charles T Imai provide a briefing for the 1st Marine Air Wing fighter and bomber pilots, Aug 9, 1945US Army Ground Liaison Officer Maj Mortimer Jordan, left, Japanese POW 2Lt Minoru Wada, center, and interpreter Sgt Charles Imai provide a briefing for fighter and bomber pilots of the 1st Marine Air Wing, Aug 9, 1945
Japanese POW 2Lt Minoru Wada using the intercom aboard a USMC PBJ Mitchell bomber to relay instructions to his interpreter about the location of the Japanese 100th Infantry Division headquarters, Aug 9, 1945US Army Ground Liaison Officer Maj Mortimer H Jordan, headphones, relays information from Japanese POW 2Lt Minoru Wada to guide the bombing strike to the target area, Aug 9, 1945, Mindanao, PhilippinesUS Army Ground Liaison Officer Maj Mortimer H Jordan, left, Japanese POW 2Lt Minoru Wada, center, and interpreter Sgt Charles T Imai provide a briefing for the 1st Marine Air Wing fighter and bomber pilots, Aug 9, 1945US Army Ground Liaison Officer Maj Mortimer Jordan, left, Japanese POW 2Lt Minoru Wada, center, and interpreter Sgt Charles Imai provide a briefing for fighter and bomber pilots of the 1st Marine Air Wing, Aug 9, 1945

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